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The Other Coast Cafe (CLOSED) - 5 Reviews - 601 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101-4077, Seattle, WA - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (206) 299-9346

The Other Coast Cafe (CLOSED)

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601 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101-4077 (at Sixth Avenue)
Seattle, WA 98101
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(206) 299-9346
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Quality ingredients and a great variety of sandwiches. Downside is the service was a little slow, and a little pricey.

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I am sad to write this review, because Other Coast has been one of my favorites for sandwiches in Seattle for years. I love sandwiches. At Other Coast I got hooked on the vegan ru...

I want my $9.03 back 3/14/2009

I am sad to write this review, because Other Coast has been one of my favorites for sandwiches in Seattle for years. I love sandwiches. At Other Coast I got hooked on the vegan rueban. (I'm not vegan, it's just a really good sandwich). It had been a few months since I'd been there, so yesterday I called in an order, made a trip to the ATM, drove to Ballard, and picked up my sandwich. I was a little surprised to find that it was $9.00 for a HALF sandwich (on regular-sized sandwich bread), I can't recall if that's how much it's always been. Even for a really good sandwich, that's pretty steep. But sadly it was not the really good sandwich I used to love, it was terrible! I took a bite of my measly little sandwich, and the bread was so dry that it was like biting into a crouton. And all of the seitan and sauerkraut were so dried out and crunchy that it sounded like I was eating potato chips. I thought maybe it would get better once I got past the dried-out edge of the sandwich. Nope. The whole sandwich had the consistency jerky between old stale bread with a smear of spicy mustard. Horrible. If I wasn't in a hurry and starving I would have gone back in to see if they could try again. I will not be back. I'm incredibly irritated that I wasted $9 and the calories on something so inedible it didn't qualify as lunch. **this is for the Ballard location. I posted it then realized it's in the wrong spot but can't erase it.** more

Quality ingredients and a great variety of... 3/23/2008

edwinw Provided by Partner
Quality ingredients and a great variety of sandwiches. Downside is the service was a little slow, and a little pricey. more

This is the real sandwhich shop! 10/12/2007

Seattle has some good food, but deli's are so missing. I don't understand how people get excited for Quizno's and Subway-- it boggles the mind of everyone who has ever lived on the right coast. Enter Other Coast Cafe... Delicious Boar's Head meats and sandwich's that are piled high with meat, cheese (real cheese!!!) and delicious veggies. I am not going to recommend a particular sandwhich, but the hot ones are always awesome on these crappy Seattle days that we keep having. Just go there and give it a shot--and I think you'll kiss those Subway Meatball subs goodbye. (I hope!) Pros: Real deli meats and cheeses, great selection Cons: Long lines, somewhat irrelevant customer service. more

HUGE, good too 9/4/2007

shaomai Provided by Partner
Like the previous review said, these sandwiches are huge. I ordered the 6" sandwich, but I have a ruler at my desk and I just measured it, and it i... more

Delicious and HUGE sandwiches 1/10/2007

Nicholas Provided by Partner
The Other Coast's sandwiches are so large, you'll probably find yourself hard-pressed to finish a half-size one, let alone a whole enchilada. The ... more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    The subs speak for themselves: Loaded with premium Boar's Head meats and homemade marinara, pesto and salsa mayo, their New York influence is in every bite. The menu includes piles of ham, turkey, roast beef and a few specialties such as the "Other Coaster," made with three layers of rye, Russian dressing, coleslaw, Swiss and choice of turkey or roast beef. A hearty mouthful, the cafe provides a satisfying lunch--to say the least.

  • 7/16/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon-Fri 7am-4pm
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Discover, Visa, American Express
  • Neighborhoods:

    Downtown, Central Business District
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