Need a cup of sugar for that baking project or did you run out of milk for your coffee? Don't fret, the following corner stores in town have got you covered on this front and so much more. From Wallingford to Phinney Ridge, here are our five favorite Seattle corner stores.
Maybe it's locally sourced sweets you're looking for or just a roll of toilet paper-- regardless, Seven has got your back. Come for your household staples, stay for the damn fine coffee and homemade pop tarts sourced from Sodhouse Bakery just down the way. On any given day, you'll see a number of people pecking away at their laptops or reconnecting with old friends inside, but the real trick is to come on a sunny day when you can take full advantage of their cute outdoor patio. Hot tip: the curry bowls here are super cheap and extra tasty.
2007 NE Ravenna Blvd.
Seattle, WA 98105
This north Seattle hidden gem purveys an impressive variety of ice cold beverages, sandwiches and scrumptious deli items that are well worth a stroll down the block (or even drive across town) for. The grilled cheese and tomato bisque are the thing of Seattle daydreams. Whether you're looking for a nice bottle of table wine for your evening or a bell pepper or two, Take 5 is the perfect neighborhood spot to check off your shortlist of groceries and grab a light snack or lunch.
6757 8th Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98117
Whether you need to fill up on brain food (the poke here is excellent) or pick up some toothpaste because you just realized you ran out, this little corner store is the perfect stop right off 45th. Its proximity to I5 makes it the perfect pit stop before a trip out of town (poke is the perfect snack after a hike if you're able to keep it cool) and an ice cold Coca Cola in the drink holder is the perfect pick me up through rush hour traffic. Resplendent with snacks galore and all kinds of Asian candy staples, this well stocked corner store most likely offers whatever snack it is your insatiable appetite craves.
2323 N 45th St
Seattle, WA 98103
Trinity touts a large selection of specialty beer and wine, so if you're looking to get the party started, Trinity is the best spot in the neighborhood to pick up a thing or two for the pre-funk. Also in the mix here: a long list of New York style deli sandwiches both hot and cold, coffee, a selection of fresh produce and more. Trinity has long hours, so even in the dead of the night when that Snickers craving hits, rest assured you can satisfy your sweet tooth here.
4301 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105
Located on the corner of Pike and Boren, it may appear unassuming on the outside, but Pike Grocery might just serve one of the best turkey sandwiches in town. From basic groceries to craft beer, this convenient bodega is a godsend in the neighborhood, especially with all its surrounding bars and nightlife.
1023 Pike St
Seattle, WA 98101