Dept of It's About Time

Twirl opens on Queen Anne

A healthy cafe for kids and their servants. I mean parents.

By Kathryn Robinson September 29, 2010

Seattle entrepreneur and young mom Rebecca Pelletier is getting ready to birth her latest creation: Twirl Cafe. A week from Saturday, October 9, Pelletier opens the Queen Anne Hill cafe and play space she sees as a meeting place for families, a play place for kids—in short, a spot you can really get your kid a happy meal.

In the food department, look for baked goods, breakfast sandwiches, and almighty espresso by morning; local and sustainable salads, soups, and sandwiches for lunch. And all day, that parental perennial: snacks.

But food is just the beginning, for the space will also have a play gym and an indoor play structure (hellooo dead of winter) along with parent-child movement classes, parenting support groups, and yoga for adults. Short-term childcare. Hosted birthday parties. You get the idea.

For parents of little kidlets…can October 9 come fast enough?

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