Excellent breakfast. Had the 1/2 smoked hash brown, very unique and flavorful. All food tasted excellent. Service was very good and friendly. Great place.
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I have eaten here several times headed for the ferry. It is not for the impatient nor the person on a budget. It cost me $23 for two pancakes, two pieces of bacon and two eggs, a cup of coffee and a very small apple juice - the juice was $4.00! Seemed expensive. The food is indeed hot and good,... More
Great locals restaurant right near the ferry terminal. There aren't a lot of restaurants in this pocket of town, so it has a bit of a monopoly. Regardless, it has a solid breakfast (prepare to wait) and a creative revolving themed menu. Very ambitious menu.
The Mac'n'Cheese was yummy however the hush puppies were ok but the dipping sauce a bit spicy.l will try to go back to try their Sunday fried chicken family dinner,
Ate here as our last meal before leaving Seattle. This place changes their menu every quarter to coincide with cuisine from around the US. When we visited, we were treated to food from Georgia. I had the roasted chicken and it hit the spot! Ic an't wait to visit them again when we return to Seattle.
Brunch is by far my favorite meal and Endolyne Joe's makes a great one! I had the Benedict and it was amazing. The best part though was the breakfast potatoes. They were to die for! Others at my table ordered sandwiches. It was nice to have the option of breakfast or lunch food. Great service too!
Endolyne Joe's is named after a womanizing trolley conductor who hung out at the "end of the line." I like a good story with my breakfast, the Forager's Omelet, which was great and lasted me till dinner. Friends had equally yummy food. I'd go back if I lived nearby.
I have eaten all three meals there multiple times. It is reliably good and sometimes better. Part of a small local chain with high standards. Variety on the menu is created by running different themes that change every two or three months.
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