Seattle had some of the most beautiful weather when we arrived. Slightly cloudy yet sunny and comfortable. From Pier 69 the city skyline was magnificent. Bright, colorful, and inviting. Add to that the fact that people actually walk or bicycle to get from one place to another and that’s an invitation to stay. Unfortunately, it was but a brief moment for a quick bite to eat at theBell St. Deli. Probably the best French Dip sandwich I’ve ever eaten. Needless to say, we made time for a return visit on our way back home. This time around it was probably the best Club sandwich I’ve ever eaten. Not at all what I was expecting for a deli/convenience mart.
Our first meal at the Bell St. Deli was on our way to Victoria on a Saturday when the cruise ships were boarding. This provided for some entertainment while enjoying our sandwiches as we watched people walk one direction then for no apparent reason turn around and go back the way they came. Gave us something to do while waiting our boarding time on the Victoria Clipper to get across the water to Victoria.