josh (joshc) wrote in solstice_cafe,
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solstice in the weekly

The air is thick with passionate dialogue and emotive hands; learners young and old expound on the principles of biochemistry or Nietzsche over generous slices of lemon-poppyseed bread ($2) and equally generous quantities of caffeine; rustic tomato-basil soup ($3.50) and crispy grilled-cheese sandwiches on sourdough ($3.95) provide sustenance for conversational exertion; and graduate students wind down from the intensity of academia with a glass of Kiona cabernet/merlot or Fat Bastard chardonnay ($5/glass).

http://www.seattleweekly.com/features/0529/050720_food_coffeeand.php

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