Walking along Ballard Avenue is unlike any other stroll in Seattle. On the Cityac2s Historic Registry, Ballard Avenue is still home to a diverse mix ... More
The Other Coast Cafe
Walking along Ballard Avenue is unlike any other stroll in Seattle. On the Cityac2s Historic Registry, Ballard Avenue is still home to a diverse mix of design studios, clothiers, restaurants, maritime businesses, print shops, barbers, and bars. The Other Coast Cafe is tucked in amongst all of this vibrant energy and we are proud to be a long-standing Ballard original. Come in and order one of our tried and true best sellers, or tell us what you like between your bread and weac2ll make a custom sandwich just for you. With freshly sliced meats and cheeses, homemade meatballs and sauces, we think weac2ll end up being your sandwich salvation. Come see what locals and far flung fans have known for years
Waiting a million years then paying a million dollars for a crusty baguette sandwich, as good as it was, still left a bad taste in my mouth. Sorry but there's no excuse for charging $15 for meatballs on bread. And what, did you go to Italy for the marinara? Next time I go in there I want to see hats and snoods on everybody.
Food was awsome! We tried 2 different sandwiches one hot and one cold, can't rember the names of them but they were catchy, cajon something. The worker was spunky and funny, he had a great personality for working with the public. An asset to his employer. We had fun!!
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