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Both Ways Cafe & Catering

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4922 S Genesee St, Seattle, WA 98118

(206) 722-5799

Today: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm
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Seward Park

Both Ways Cafe and Catering

American Restaurants, Caterers, Health Food Restaurants, Restaurants, Sandwich Shops, Take Out Restaurants, Vegan Restaurants, Vegetarian Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: No

Take Out: Yes

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Cuisines: Caterers, American, Sandwiches, Take Out, Healthy, Vegetarian, Vegan

Cuisine: American, Sandwiches, Healthy, Vegetarian, Vegan, Salads

Price Range : Average

Good For Groups: Yes

Good for Kids: Yes


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Provided by Citysearch - 
small little cafe exellent food

the cook is a very good cook and friend of mine. the waiters waitresses are very friendly and polite to there customers. i ordered he ham and swiss sandwich with the pasta salad for my side the sandwich was excellent and so was the pasta salad. i went back the next day and ordered a biscuit one of the best biscuits i have ever had in my life. he home fries are also an excellent choice. i oved the food and go back all the time.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Nice little cafe

Both Ways is a small cafe (seemed like less than 10 tables) located in the Genesse neighborhood of south Seattle. The lunchtime offerings consisted of typical cafe fare: sandwiches, soup, and breakfast items were still offered. Served at the table, my order consisted of an average sized turkey sandwich on their own baked honey wheat bread with a side of pasta salad and a latte. The turkey was quite good; nice thick slices of seemingly real turkey as opposed to the typical thin slices of turkey mass found most everywhere else. The bread was OK; 6/10. Tasted fine, but a little dry and crumbly. Pasta salad was mediocre. Service was above average. Quick, pleasant. Not too much, not too little. Coffee was great; it really *blanked* the spot. (Blank rhymes with git, why the word is inappropriate is beyond me.) Everyone else at the table seemed to enjoy their meal.

Ambiance: Small. Local art/posters on the wall. A very large odd, but kind of cool, wooden mantle (?) on one wall. A bit strange, but it worked.

The sandwich and pasta was about $8, the coffee around $3.

I liked this place. I would return if I was in the neighborhood.