What to eat in and around Seattle today: 9th and Hennepin

Sep 16 2020, 1:25 pm

9th and Hennepin was a drunk thought from 20 years ago that’s come to life.

What began as a small booth serving hot, fried-to-order doughnuts at the Capitol Hill Farmer’s Market every Sunday has since blossomed into a regular pop-up shop on Delridge Way.

Each tasty doughnut is always served piping hot and fresh out of the fryer.

Flavors change weekly and include local ingredients. Last week’s doughnuts included the huckleberry cake doughnut, honey cake donut, a filled brioche, raspberry pudding, and vanilla bean glaze doughnut, as well as fig fritter with Bartlett pear glaze.

 

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The doughnuts are currently available for pickup Friday to Sunday, from 8 am to 12 pm.

All orders must be placed online and picked up at the Kitchen Window at 5604 Delridge Way SW.

9th and Hennepin

Location: Kitchen Window — 5604 Delridge Way SW Seattle

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