etg looks almost like a permanent food stand with only a bar-height round table. But what they lack in size they make up with their fresh baked goods and delicious coffee/espressos
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My son and I were wandering around Fremont and decided to stop at ETG to grab a latte. We couldn't help ordering a cookie to share too :) Everything was DELISH. Highly recommend if you are nearby!
This place reminds me why I love the PacNW - delicious coffee, fresh baked goods, and great service. This is more of a take-away with only one little table (and three chairs on the sidewalk) but the views of the canal are just a couple...More
Lattes are kind of inconsistent - some days they're amazing and other days they taste kind of Meh. But I love this place. It's in a good location (some days I just don't feel like going all the way down to Ladro). Even the tiny-ness...More
Sure, the coffee is great, but who can resist the pastries? Walnut chocolate-chip cookies are intensely YUM. Same with their truffle brownies and their occasional Aussie-style cakes (Lamingtons) - in fact, just about everything. Prices are reasonable, considering the quality. And much more reasonable than...More
We have been to ETG a number of times since moving to Seattle. They make my favorite mocha in Seattle. It's the perfect balance of great espresso and mocha. Plus, it's topped with a delicious house-made marshmallow!
As the name alludes to, you grab your coffee and go. There is one table so your chances of nabbing it are next to nothing. I find the small mom & pop shops just as good, if not better, than their behemoth multinational competition. ETG...More
This tiny little shop is tucked in the lovely Fremont neighborhood, so we walked here after visiting the Fremont Troll. Great, vintage atmosphere; wonderfully friendly staff; and quality espresso made this coffee shop one of my favorites ever. I got an iced caramel latte made...More
The best coffee in all of Seattle, possibly the best coffee I have ever had! I love coffee, have traveled all over the United States, Australia, New Zealand and parts of Europe tasting coffee. When on the East Coast of the United States, Starbucks is...More