Oddfellows Cafe+Bar

★★★★☆
  • 1525 10th Ave

    Seattle, WA 98122

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  • 206-325-0807

About Oddfellows Cafe+Bar

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Hours
Sun.& Mon. 7 a.m. - 1 a.m.; Tues. - Sat. 7 a.m.- 2 a.m.

Food

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It seems my gripes were heard. (read my original review below)
I recently came back to try again and everything was spot on. The service was nice and smooth and the food was much better than last time. The BEST service was from the

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★★★★★

It seems my gripes were heard. (read my original review below)
I recently came back to try again and everything was spot on. The service was nice and smooth and the food was much better than last time. The BEST service was from the

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The feel of an old fraternity's cafeteria, Oddfellows can provide a great lunch option or late night drinking spot.

In a space that looks like an old warehouse, with fir floors and long communal tables this venue creates a welcoming space

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★★★★★

The feel of an old fraternity's cafeteria, Oddfellows can provide a great lunch option or late night drinking spot.

In a space that looks like an old warehouse, with fir floors and long communal tables this venue creates a welcoming space

Pros: Polite staff, fresh ingredients, interesting decor

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I recently visited Oddfellows with a friend of mine with the sole purpose of getting a bite to eat, sipping on a cold libation, and knitting. Yes, knitting. The best part about walking into this wide-open friendly restaurant is that to our

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★★★★★

I recently visited Oddfellows with a friend of mine with the sole purpose of getting a bite to eat, sipping on a cold libation, and knitting. Yes, knitting. The best part about walking into this wide-open friendly restaurant is that to our

Pros: Ample seating, playful atmosphere, unique menu

Cons: Ordering at the counter before sitting.

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Oddfellows ROCKS!!!! The space is incredible. The staff are fantastic - friendly, attentive, cool. I go there almost daily to work, eat (love the pulled pork and chicken salad sandwich), meet with people and soak in the good vibe. AND Linda and the Oddfellows crew are incredibly philanthropic. Recently they sponsored the Equalityoga event on June 27th. Linda is deeply committed to creating great establishments, creating a cool and welcome vibe in Seattle and ensuring we are a healthy and thriving community. I love all of Linda's establishments but Oddfellows is definitely my favorite. I highly recommend it.

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★★★★★

Oddfellows ROCKS!!!! The space is incredible. The staff are fantastic - friendly, attentive, cool. I go there almost daily to work, eat (love the pulled pork and chicken salad sandwich), meet with people and soak in the good vibe. AND Linda and the Oddfellows crew are incredibly philanthropic. Recently they sponsored the Equalityoga event on June 27th. Linda is deeply committed to creating great establishments, creating a cool and welcome vibe in Seattle and ensuring we are a healthy and thriving community. I love all of Linda's establishments but Oddfellows is definitely my favorite. I highly recommend it.

Pros: great pulled pork and very philanthropic

Cons: none

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I have tried the specials, such as the tuna sandwich (which had no flavor), the baked eggs were ok, but didn't even come with bread and for $8 it's over-priced - the strata is a joke! It's basically a piece of bread with some cheese on top. I would say, if you want to be on your computer, drink a coffee and have a scone, this is the right place for that- but skip the food, unless they really get it right in the near future.

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★★☆☆☆

I have tried the specials, such as the tuna sandwich (which had no flavor), the baked eggs were ok, but didn't even come with bread and for $8 it's over-priced - the strata is a joke! It's basically a piece of bread with some cheese on top. I would say, if you want to be on your computer, drink a coffee and have a scone, this is the right place for that- but skip the food, unless they really get it right in the near future.

Pros: Great place to be on your computer and drink coffee

Cons: Don't go for the food

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I was so excited for Oddfellows to open. Capitol Hill needs establishments with better food and Vol. Park cafe is great. I wasn't expecting much, it's comfort food for the love of all things holy. No matter how many chances I give Oddfellows, the food is no good. The environment, very comfortable but the grub is ghastly. The panzanella salad is always way overdressed and tomatoes are not in season. The pulled pork sandwich is on a bun from Arby's and the meat and coleslaw is bland. The strata is dry and plain and I love strata! I tried to eat it between a side of bacon and strangely enough the bacon was flavorless! How can this be?
I will say, I love the cookies and Stumptown coffee but you've got to wait in line forever to get it. Oddfellows, you've got potential, I know you can do better!

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★★★☆☆

I was so excited for Oddfellows to open. Capitol Hill needs establishments with better food and Vol. Park cafe is great. I wasn't expecting much, it's comfort food for the love of all things holy. No matter how many chances I give Oddfellows, the food is no good. The environment, very comfortable but the grub is ghastly. The panzanella salad is always way overdressed and tomatoes are not in season. The pulled pork sandwich is on a bun from Arby's and the meat and coleslaw is bland. The strata is dry and plain and I love strata! I tried to eat it between a side of bacon and strangely enough the bacon was flavorless! How can this be?
I will say, I love the cookies and Stumptown coffee but you've got to wait in line forever to get it. Oddfellows, you've got potential, I know you can do better!

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I know the owner has a bunch of bars and cafes that the poser/hipster crowd flock around . I admit I must be one of them since I found myself on a Friday night sitting at a communal table surrounded by loud and annoying strangers. The menu was limited but I chose a $10 shepherds pie. It was bland and overpriced for what it was. I could've bought some Trader Joe's shepherds pie that would've been more staisfying. For $10 they could've have included a small side salad or a freaking dinner roll. Smith , the owners other bar/cafe is guilty for being stingy with the grub as well! My friend ordered the steak. It came out on a huge platewith a tiny miniscule steak, and the side dish was a onion half with blue cheese crumbled on it! An onion half is a side dish! For that price they could afford a freaking potatoe. And what is this popularity of communal sitting tables? I hear so many people bitching about communal sitting, are these owners aware of this? The desserts were items I saw on Martha Stewarts magazine covers like 8 years ago. Things like a captain crunch bar thats like a rice krispie treat. big whoo! I love the interiors of all of the owners places but how about having a bit more substance and give more food for the price Linda?

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★☆☆☆☆

I know the owner has a bunch of bars and cafes that the poser/hipster crowd flock around . I admit I must be one of them since I found myself on a Friday night sitting at a communal table surrounded by loud and annoying strangers. The menu was limited but I chose a $10 shepherds pie. It was bland and overpriced for what it was. I could've bought some Trader Joe's shepherds pie that would've been more staisfying. For $10 they could've have included a small side salad or a freaking dinner roll. Smith , the owners other bar/cafe is guilty for being stingy with the grub as well! My friend ordered the steak. It came out on a huge platewith a tiny miniscule steak, and the side dish was a onion half with blue cheese crumbled on it! An onion half is a side dish! For that price they could afford a freaking potatoe. And what is this popularity of communal sitting tables? I hear so many people bitching about communal sitting, are these owners aware of this? The desserts were items I saw on Martha Stewarts magazine covers like 8 years ago. Things like a captain crunch bar thats like a rice krispie treat. big whoo! I love the interiors of all of the owners places but how about having a bit more substance and give more food for the price Linda?

Pros: Location, the service was ok

Cons: Small menu, Bland food, and not enough food for price

 

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