Oddfellows Cafe + Bar

ALL-DAY, ALL-NIGHT NEIGHBORHOOD CAFÉ
1525 10th Ave. Seattle, WA, 98122

Oddfellows is an all-day, all-night cafe and bar that serves simple, fresh food influenced by peasant French and Italian dishes without pretense. We have great coffee from Stumptown and elevated cocktails. Oddfellows is a large welcoming space that has kindly been referred to as “the Pike/Pine corridor’s living room.” The beauty of Oddfellows is many things to many people. Just as it is a great place to drink coffee while working on your computer, it is also the perfect setting for a hot date, dinner with your parents, or a cocktail and dessert.

Oddfellows is located at 1525 10th Ave. We are open from 8AM until late seven days a week serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a late night libations. Satisfying your daily needs, from homemade baked goods and market salads to roast chicken and a classic cocktail since 2008.


 
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Little Oddfellows

BOOKSTORE CAFÉ SERVING FOOD, COFFEE AND CAKE
1521 10th Ave. (inside of Elliott Bay Book Co.) Seattle, WA, 98122

Little Oddfellows, the sister cafe of Oddfellow's, opened in August of 2015 and is located inside of Elliott Bay Book Company.  We open every day at 10am and stay open until 10pm Monday through Thursday, 11pm Friday and Saturday, and 9pm on Sunday.  We serve coffee from Caffe Vita, baked goods and desserts, grain salads and sandwiches, and beer and wine.


 
 

Linda's Tavern

CAPITOL HILL'S ICONIC DIVE BAR SINCE 1994
707 E. Pine St. Seattle, WA, 98122

Linda’s Tavern is a dive bar co-founded in 1994 with the owners of Sub Pop records. Since it opened, it has been a defining landmark in the Capitol Hill bar scene known for its distinct atmosphere where everyone is welcome to hang out with friends, throw a few quarters in the juke box, drink an ice cold Rainier tallboy (or five) and lose track of the evening.

Linda’s is located at 707 E Pine St in the great city of Seattle, Washington. Linda’s regular hours are Monday through Friday from 4PM to 2AM, and from 10AM to 2AM Saturday and Sunday. Our meat is drug free, so you don’t have to be.


 
 

SMITH

COZY CAPITOL HILL PUB WITH A SEASONAL MENU
332 15th Ave. E. Seattle, WA, 98112

Smith is a neighborhood restaurant and pub that serves simple and hearty food and sophisticated cocktails. Old portraits, unique taxidermy and communal seating give the interior of Smith a very unique feel. Our kitchen prides itself on seasonal menus, sustainable practices and sourcing as much local and organic product as possible. From the taxidermy, to the booths, to the back bar, Smith is almost entirely made of used, salvaged, repurposed or recycled materials.

Smith is located at 332 15th Ave E. We are open from 4pm until 2 am Monday-Friday and from 10am to 2am Saturday and Sunday.


 
 

Tallulah's

VEGETABLE-DRIVEN NEIGHBORHOOD CAFÉ
550 19th Ave. E. Seattle, WA, 98112

Tallulah’s is a casual neighborhood café and bar serving simple, seasonal food. The design of our café is inspired by mid-century elements and a bit of Big Sur in the 70’s. The restaurant has an airy feel, opening up on to a summer patio when the Seattle sunshine permits. The menu is vegetable-driven without being vegetarian and our drinks program features cocktails, wine and kombucha on tap.  Tallulah’s reminds you to eat your vegetables. 

Tallulah’s is located on 550 19th Avenue East.  We are open for dinner from 4pm until late every night (a little later on the weekends). Brunch is served from 9am to 3pm on Saturday and Sunday.


 
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King's Hardware

BALLARD AVENUE BAR WITH BEER, BOURBON AND BURGERS
5225 Ballard Ave. NW. Seattle, WA, 98107

King’s Hardware is Linda’s Tavern’s cousin who resides over in Ballard. Like Linda’s, she shares an affinity for whiskey shots, rad music, tasty burgers and late-night pitchers of Olympia. Built in an old hardware store on Ballard Avenue, the general vibe of King’s is strongly reflective of the distinctly “Northwest” neighborhood from which it was born. King’s Hardware has been serving beer, bourbon, and burgers since 2006. All of our hand-formed burgers come from Oregon cattle and are hormone and antibiotic free. We use local produce whenever possible, and our eggs come from freerange hens, so that After School Special (peanut butter + bacon) is 100% guilt free!

King’s is located at 5225 Ballard Ave NW. We are open from 4 pm-2 am Monday through Friday and noon-2 am Saturday and Sunday.