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Oddfellows Cafe & Bar

Oddfellows Cafe & Bar

Café, American Restaurant, and Bar$$$$
Capitol Hill, Seattle
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  • Grace P.
    "Baked eggs - perfectly cooked eggs, ham and spinach"(5 Tips)
    Bria K.
    "Bullseye biscuit or a biscuit and jam - both are the best ever."(3 Tips)
    Kaitlin M.
    "The avocado and tomato eggs Benedict is mouth wateringly delicious!"(7 Tips)
    Ricardo H.
    "Pretentious, like all hipster places."(7 Tips)
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  • Maria N.
    Maria Nichol1 week ago
    Super loud in the dining hall. Waiter seemed preoccupied though restaurant was very busy. Food was pretty good, small portions. Most specialty drinks involve grapefruit/some bitter fruity taste.
  • Saya
    SayaJuly 1
    The foods not that great and quite expensive but the people are always so nice and the decor is aesthetically pleasing to say the least. Servers dress nice too.
  • Roz T.
    Roz ThomasJune 28
    Lovely environment and great food. Baked eggs with warm baguette!
  • Kaitlin M.
    The avocado and tomato eggs Benedict is mouth wateringly delicious! Also, a perfect latte
  • Judy Z.
    Judy ZhengApril 26
    Capitol Hill. Fun and chill cafe and bar for working or just hanging out.
  • Jeff B.
    Jeff BowlinFebruary 28
    Great breakfast! If there are only one or two of you, and you can usually skip the line by sitting at the bar.
  • Bommy C.
    Bommy ChaJanuary 5
    Packed but bar seating is a free-for-all so linger around. Egg & cheese biscuit sandwich is delish. Beignets with jam are worth a try.
  • Jessica P.
    Jessica PaulDecember 19, 2015
    Happy hour cocktails and food is a great option. The ode to st. Anne is also pretty tasty
  • Steven T.
    Steven TricanowiczOctober 22, 2015
    Cocktails are great and half off their wine list on Sunday's!
  • Logan K.
    Logan KerrSeptember 24, 2015
    Check out the secret back patio area if you need a little more privacy (it can get loud). Fact: in order to be considered a true Cap Hill hipster, you need to spend an entire day inside OF.
    Upvoted Jun 8
  • Hande A.
    Hande AksoySeptember 5, 2015
    Great ambience, super cool crowd.. Eggs Benedict and French toast to die for.. Brunch starts at 9 am, better to go early and start with a cup of coffee..
  • Kaiden A.
    Kaiden AksamaAugust 31, 2015
    Porchetta sandwich was excellent, really great bread. Also their house sodas are delicious.
  • Ilias
    IliasAugust 7, 2015
    Bacon egg and cheese is pretty good. Service is terrible. Fruit salad is whack.
  • Eleonora Z.
    Eleonora ZorziJuly 14, 2015
    Beautiful space, great for groups and to take a break in your Capitol Hill stroll.
  • Jules R.
    Jules R.June 29, 2015
    Great breakfast, cool location, friendly waiters.
  • Toby L.
    Toby LorencJune 20, 2015
    Brunch is amazing on the weekends, but stops at 11 when I'm still in bed. No worries, you can get the cheesy biscuits all day long
  • John P.
    John PalmucciJune 13, 2015
    Avocado toast is great, as well as the eggs Benedict. Nice, unpretentious vibe
  • Sarah F.
    Sarah FoleyApril 30, 2015
    Weekend brunches are best at Oddfellows. Save some room for a beignet dessert with berry jam, too!
  • Katie W.
    Katie WalperMarch 6, 2015
    Porchetta and mimosa! Great cocktails and sandwiches. Very healthy too!
  • S. Z.
    S. ZornJanuary 28, 2015
    Great happy hour options, wonderful brunch, and the mac and cheese is my favorite in town.
  • Andrew C.
    Andrew ChoiJanuary 8, 2015
    Solid spot for brunch! Get the porchetta sandwich and don't forget a cocktail. Or four.
  • Alexa Jane D.
    Alexa Jane DennerDecember 30, 2014
    Avocado toast! The kale salad is insanely tasty and unique. Plus try the oddflowers tea.
    Upvoted Jun 26
  • John K.
    John KhuuOctober 29, 2014
    I could hang out in here all day. This is the kind of place you wanna go with a group of friends or a date to enjoy brunch and coffee. Drinks are fantastic too.
  • Rebecca M.
    Rebecca MaldonadoOctober 13, 2014
    I'm still drooling over their brioche french toast and their biscuit egg & bacon sandwich. Such, a beautiful place.
  • Anne Marie S.
    Anne Marie SuchanekOctober 4, 2014
    Really loud and food is just okay. Sit in the back patio if you choose to come here
  • Ricardo H.
    Ricardo HernandezSeptember 13, 2014
    Pretentious, like all hipster places. Food is bad and overpriced. They have Stumptown but don't know how to pull it. Worst coffee I've tried in Seattle.
  • jennifer h.
    jennifer hanSeptember 12, 2014
    great baked goods -- the bullseye biscuit (there's an eggy surprise inside!) and biscuit with jam are my picks. i love coming in the early mornings to lounge around when it's not as busy.
  • Bommy C.
    Bommy ChaSeptember 4, 2014
    Beautiful space. Biscuit & eggs with bacon is so satisfying, it's a must order. Brioche french toast is a really thick slice and super filling. They serve stumptown coffee.
  • Andre W.
    Andre WyattAugust 18, 2014
    The baked eggs are fluffy and delicious. The brunch punch is especially boozy
  • Nicholas B.
    Nicholas BaldwinAugust 16, 2014
    Great grapefruit cooler, even better French toast! The orange zested butter and maple syrup make it amazing!
  • Kyle B.
    Kyle BunchAugust 7, 2014
    Great brunch. The Biscuit & Eggs are fantastic.
  • Paull Y.
    Paull YoungAugust 4, 2014
    Cool place. Grab a table outside if the weather is nice. Salmon salad & a glass of rose works nicely.
  • Ben C.
    Ben ChevallereauJuly 9, 2014
    This place is really awesome! The team is friendly, the food is good, the decoration is cool! Maybe a little bit noisy if you have a hangover :)
  • Kirill
    KirillAugust 31, 2013
    Try their eggs Benedict - very good. As for the drink, order London Fog. It's an earl grey latte.
  • Mike C.
    Mike CalcagnoJuly 20, 2013
    Refreshed drink menu and excellent daily specials, salads.
  • Joe L.
    Joe LongSeptember 24, 2012
    Great ambience here. Half price wine on sundays. Meatballs were good, I didn't think the mac and cheese was as good as everyone else says on here.
  • Emily B.
    Emily BeaupreyJuly 10, 2012
    The brioche French toast is sometimes soggy, served with an outlandish ice-cream scoop of butter, but always toothsome. Don't be shy about getting your syrup needs met.
  • Tessa A.
    Tessa ArcherJune 21, 2012
    This place is gorgeous with gorgeous employees spilling over onto mostly gorgeous clientele.
  • Kristin T.
    Kristin ThompsonMarch 31, 2012
    Absolutely the BEST mac n cheese I've ever had! And the pork sandwich wasn't too bad either.
  • TOMS
    TOMSFebruary 10, 2012
    The hours are “8am until late” & if that isn’t enough, they are committed to environmentally sustainable practices. Saunter in for a late night experience & try some of the local, seasonal fair.
  • TOMS
    TOMSJanuary 30, 2012
    This cafe is committed to sustainable practices - the interior furnishings are 90% salvaged/recycled/repurposed materials! Stop in to try some of the local, seasonal fair. Open "8a until late"
  • Simon & Schuster M.
    Simon & Schuster ManagerNovember 8, 2011
    Seattle native Duff McKagan recommends this eatery, situated right next-door to the illustrious Elliott Bay Bookstore. Oddfellows features Stumptown coffee. http://bit.ly/phhnN0
  • Simon N.
    Simon NattressJuly 16, 2011
    Ask for the St James cocktail. Not on the menu anymore but they'll still make it.
  • Luis A.
    Luis AntezanaMay 20, 2011
    Funny: I asked why the biscuit with jam was $3 and the fruit scone was $2. Cashier dude said "I dont know the cost of ingredients but I do know the price of the items, so…" Don't annoy the hipsters :)
  • jason G.
    jason GingoldMarch 28, 2011
    Oddfellows is doing Meatless Mondays in which the specials are vegetarian-only. Pretty cool, even if thats not your bag.
  • Castle H.
    Castle HardingOctober 17, 2010
    Oddfellows Cafe is definitely the Hipster Hangout on the Hill. Be sure to check out Arabica Cafe on E Olive as an awesome coffee alt. Read more
  • Katie D.
    Katie D'AmatoAugust 27, 2010
    A favorite spot for morning, noon and night. The polenta and meatballs is my go-to when I'm here for dinner. Any other time? It's coffee or cocktails!
  • Eric L.
    Eric LarkinApril 26, 2010
    Best non-coffee drink on the menu that's not really on the menu - London fog.
  • Kimo H.
    Kimo HunterApril 8, 2010
    Great place! Try the PB&J cupcake. Relly worth the trip.
  • James G.
    James GuzmanFebruary 19, 2010
    Don't ask for substitutions. They don't do them! Can't get fries during the day. They don't sell PBR anymore. Good luck hipster joint.
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