We visited the Pacific Science Center, where we got a very educational perspective of fear in the Goosebumps exhibit...Then, during the next half-hour we spent on our scavenger hunt for a parking spot in Queen Anne, we reminisced of the past adventures we made in Seattle...And finally, after a lovely peaceful walk in the adorably crowded and chic Queen Anne, we ended up being magnetically drawn to the place where we ate our late-lunch (or rather, VERY late lunch, since it was 5pm)--at an tiny, adorable place called the Twist Cafe.
I can't say 'adorable' an enough number of times to describe this cafe--It is a place for comfort food that is honestly organic, as it has an area specially made for little kids, so they could have their playtime while their exhausted parents get the time to be grateful for the break they have in eating a delicious meal.
With my drive to try something new, I ordered a panini that had apples with dijon mustard and cheese. I never ate apple slices in a sandwich before, and to my surprise it tasted delicious! ...And it wasn't just because I didn't feel guilty from eating this healthy food, but also because the sweet tang of the apple delightfully complemented the rich texture of the cheese, all mushed into a yummy combination by the warm-as-a-winter-night, almost fluffy potato bread. I also enjoyed the green salad, with its healthy deep greens springing from the plate and decorated by the shining vinaigrette dressing.
My mom enjoyed her order as well, which you can obviously tell by the first bite gone from the sandwich. ;) ...And my brother ordered a cheese-bacon quesadilla, which I didn't take a picture of since he had eaten most of it by the time I was ready to take pictures. :)
We left Twist Cafe full, satisfied (especially because we hadn't eaten since the morning, and the closest thing we had to lunch was Top Pot Doughnuts...= Yummy, but not lunch), and already set to feast there again soon!