These past weekends we’ve had brunch at different places in Georgetown, Capitol Hill, and Wallingford.
One of them is Oddfellows Cafe & Bar in Capitol Hill.
The ambiance of Oddfellows is very casual (but what isn’t casual in Seattle?). I like the lively atmosphere of this cool restaurant, perfect for a brunch with the family or friends.
I like the vintage style details in the décor, as well as the flowers in vases on raw wood tables.
The Food we ordered was very tasty comfort food.
– Home made Biscuits with scrambled eggs. Biscuits were fresh and fluffy
– Eggs Benedict with avocado and tomato.
– Breakfast Panini eggs, bacon, provolone, tomato.
– I had the Veggie Hash skillet with lemon ricotta and fried egg that I highly recommend.
Don’t go there for an intimate lunch, it is loud and you can be close to people.
If there is a wait, you can always go to Elliott Bay Book Company next door, or the music store that sells vinyls across the street.