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Satellite brews Stumptown coffee, which many consider the holy grail of legal addictive stimulants.
Not only is it delicious, Stumptown also practices direct trade, ensuring that their bean farmers earn a true living wage. If you’re not down with dairy, this place offers soy, almond, rice and coconut milk.
Open Mon-Sat: 7 am – 4 pm, Sun: 8 am – 4 pm Over the Moon Café () Okay, I have to admit, there is nothing particularly queer about this place.
You’re more likely to run into your mom here than your future girlfriend. Their Seasonal “Moon Style” Mac & Cheese is delish.
Tucked between the big queer paradise known as Seattle and the little queer paradise known as Olympia you’ll find a resplendent medium-sized queer paradise: Tacoma, Washington. In lieu of a gayborhood (as gay as it is, Tacoma doesn’t have one), take a gander at these three neighborhoods.
Equally damp and flannel-friendly as its neighboring cities, it’s pretty much raining lesbians in Tacoma. 6th Avenue () Not all, but many of Tacoma’s worthwhile bars and restaurants can be found along 6th Avenue.
Actually, that probably applies to every region of the world.
In the tiny Satellite Coffee seating is at premium, but if you can find a spot to post up, it’s the perfect place for an afternoon of reading/studying/tabbed browsing (there’s free wifi, of course).
Make your experience authentic, and go for the Tacoma hot dog and a pint of Old Tacoma Lager. Open Mon-Thu, Sun: 11 am – 11 pm, Fri-Sat: 11 am – 12 am Puget Sound Pizza () Puget Sound Pizza is a popular spot among Tacoma’s hipster elite.Open Mon-Fri: am – 8 pm, Sat-Sun: 7 am – 8 pm Bluebeard Coffee Roasters () Bluebeard serves great coffee in a really cool space. Located on the hip and happenin’ 6th Ave, this relatively new coffee shop is a great place to hang with friends, work on homework, sit around and look cute, whatever.During the three months of warmth we get in Tacoma, come here and enjoy the afternoon—their big garage door window allows for maximum summer breeze enjoyment.Seriously, tell the bartender what you’re in the mood for, and he/she will whip something up just for you. It is, however, popular among hip 20somethings, so it’s one of the more gay friendly spots in town.