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Breaking the Rules: Breakfast for Dinner

Breaking the Rules: Breakfast for Dinner

Everyone has the itch to rebel. For some, this manifests as dramatic acts of defiance. For others, such as naturally risk-averse attorneys, this means more subtle acts of rebellion. In this vein, we explored defiance in dining, specifically, breakfast for dinner.

One combination that has taken dinners by storm is the infamous fried chicken and waffles. We know what you’re thinking — we recently reviewed fried chicken in the March issue, but we counter with this: Can you ever have too much fried chicken? We think not.

For this dish, we visited Witness (410 Broadway E., Seattle; 329-0248; witnessbar.com/). Located in Capitol Hill, Witness is a southern-influenced, craft-cocktail bar. We arrived around 7...

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