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Musos and rock geeks have found an all-purpose Shangri-la at Easy Street Records ever since the much-loved retailer's West Seattle location began doubling as an eatery in 2001. While the space originally took its concept and inspiration from Starbucks pairing with Barnes & Noble, Easy Street offers a more laid-back charm with its open-air Euro-styled cafe.A favorite of the city's rock stars and Westside hipsters, Easy Street's two-story setup is an airy space where diners, shoppers, and staff seamlessly mingle. (Appropriately, part of the store's restaurant area also doubles as its stage, a place where both local and national artists regularly ply their trade.) Although it has a few celebrity monikered items, this is no generic "themed" eatery. Less Hard Rock Cafe than hard-core diner, Easy Street's menu offers a bevy of breakfast and lunch choices that prove consistently solid grub. Add to that a wide selection of coffee/espresso choices, as well as a fully stocked beer and wine bar, and you've got the makings of a perfect time whether you're trying to salt last night's hangover with a hearty meal or just browse for hot U.K. singles. Whatever your needs, Easy Street's mix of food, booze, and rock 'n' roll will keep you entertained for hours.
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