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Sound the alarm: local favorite Bounty Kitchen has opened up another location in the ever-popular Denny Triangle. Get excited for healthy comfort food, trendy vibes, and fresh, farm-to-table goodness at their sleek new spot.
Focused on serving a local, rotating menu full of good-for-you options, owner Meg Trainer opened Bounty Kitchen because she wanted to change the way people eat. Serving up breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the health-focused hot spot’s flagship eatery in Queen Anne quickly gained popularity for its homey vibes and deliciously healthy eats, so it’s no surprise that a second location was in order.
While their second location has a more polished, urban feel to it, owner Meg was sure to bring its signature, comfortable style to the space. Known for a welcoming atmosphere, the original Queen Anne location features cozy touches like long communal tables, indoor plants, and lots of natural wood accents — details that translated over to the new Denny Triangle restaurant as well. The restaurant boasts large windows, tall ceilings, and plenty of elbow room, with cement, gray, and silver accents to contrast the wood, creating an old-meets-new vibe that both honors the eatery’s new surroundings and pays homage to the original Bounty Kitchen.
The menu is focused on showcasing the bounty of the PNW, featuring creative salads, grain bowls, fresh juice, and all-day brunch plates, but they also serve coffee, beer, and wine as well. One standout item — the Spicy Southern “Not-Fried” Chicken Salad tossed with kale, radicchio, red onion, spicy maple roasted pecans, carrots, seasonal vegetables, and plenty more tasty goodies. But if you’re in the mood for something a little more on the sweet side, check out their Gluten-free Griddle Cakes, complete with a seasonal compote and powdered sugar — what more could you ask for?
Just a stone’s throw away from the Amazon Spheres, the restaurant offers a happy hour that is sure to make this a go-to after work joint. Just don’t linger too long at the office, the restaurant closes its doors every night at 9pm. But don’t worry — they’ll be open again at 9am the next morning, so you can grab your morning joe or juice and veggie scramble to fuel your day.
With the long tables, two-seaters, bar seating, and a patio, Denny Triangle’s Bounty Kitchen is the perfect place to grab your breakfast, catch up with a friend, or even take out the whole office.
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