|Address:||703 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122, USA|
|Working:||11AM–12AM 11AM–12AM 11AM–12AM 11AM–12AM 11AM–1AM 11AM–1AM 11AM–12AM|
Solid place for a heart-stopping sandwich. My local Seattle friends touted HoneyHole as one of their go-to places for reliable lunches and dinners, so I was pretty eager to try it. We came following a Thursday evening NFL game (as an East-Coaster, eating dinner after Thursday Night Football was super strange to me), and our group of 6 were seated right away. The place doesnt have that much seating, but it never felt too crowded or too cramped. I split the Dude and the Fast Eddie with one of my buddies. The Dude consisted of flank steak, provolone, peppers, lettuce, mustard and mayo, which was good, but I actually didnt much care for the warmed lettuce in the sandwich. In the end, I preferred the Fast Eddie, which was thinly-sliced tri-tip steak, sautéed onions, pepper jack, sweet hot peppers, and aioli on a baguette. Its about $12 for a sandwich, but they do come with a whole mess of fries or a large side salad, so its well worth it, in my opinion. They have a small microbrew draft and wine selection, but given that theyre only about $4.50 for a pint/glass, you cant really complain. The cocktails are also only about $6 each, and while they arent high-end by any means, they are delicious and really get the job done. Service was pretty attentive and friendly, although it did take us an inordinately long time to get our check in the end. Nonetheless, it was fine, because we were mostly catching up after having not seen other for awhile. They have a Sunday night special, which is $8 burger and fries, which aint a bad deal. Also, apparently during the day, HoneyHole is more of a grab-and-go-type sandwich place for lunch hours, and then at night, they cover the menu board at night with a large black curtain, to make the place have more of a sit-down vibe. Not a bad idea. Ill definitely be back for a good sandwich and a brew next time Im looking for something quick in the Cap Hill area.
My little sister has been proclaiming that this is a must-visit sando shop in the Seattle! Tonight we agreed to end the hold-out and post up. The ambiance is eclectic right ahead with the wild wall decorations, and lightly lit dining area. The other patrons didnt seem bothered by any of this. The overhead music was goth-like, dare I say, loud and obnoxious. However, it didnt distract or diminish the experience. I ordered a hot sandwich (unlike the cold sando I ordered at Which Wich) - The Waverider, and to wash it down was a pint of Everybodys Brewing A Common Ale. The Mama Lil peppers were suspect so I requested it on the side, only to eventually adding to the sando. The Waverider was magically delicious!! I even was offered a bite of my sisters Fast Eddie. Overall, the experience was well worth the drive to Capital Hill!
First time eating here. Nice comfortable counter order style place. Atmosphere has a cool vibe. Not very extensive on seating so can get packed quick. Love the small full bar and if at night I could see how that would be packed. We all loved our sandwiches and mine, The Dude, was probably the best sandwich I have had in years. The flavors melted great with the meat that was well cooked and the spicy mustard added just the right amount of spice. I was also impressed with the staff. We ordered "to go" as no tables were open but while waiting a table came available and we sat down. The kitchen server came over and asked if we wanted to change to dine in which I thought was wonderfully observant. Try this place. Doubt you will be disappointed.
Wow. I now understand why Tony Soprano would order his sandwiches with extra peppers. The Fast Eddie sandwich, with the sweet peppers, is EXCELLENT. Bread had a perfect crunchy exterior and a soft interior, meat was tasty and great quality, fries were great. Also had the Steak Salad, the small seemed pretty reasonable, and it was GRADE A. This isnt a whimpy salad. This is a heafty mutha, and they were liberal with the tasty blue cheese. Water tasted a little off, which I could also taste in the fountain drink ($2.75). Music was REALLY loud, Im not usually one to complain. Overall, kick-ass. Gotta come here and order a hot sandwich.
My girlfriend and I ate here and were pretty impressed! The waitress wasnt terribly outgoing, but she wasnt rude. I had a gluten free baguette with my sandwich, and was impressed with the crispy texture of it. She had a tasty vegetarian sandwich with red onion and ranch on it. Very tasty. Unfortunately this place doesnt allow you to order BBQ alacarte, which isnt customer-centric. They flat out told me no. I have food sensitivities and would prefer to eat the BBQ without any extras. I would definitely visit again, but the service could use a little improvement.
Sandwiches are easily my second favorite genre of food. First being pie, third being soup noodles, if you really must know. This place is a hole-in-the-wall with a bar shoved in the back corner. Its lit with red filtered lightbulbs and covered with tiki paraphernalia. The service is bohemian and apathetic. The sandwiches are solid. If I want a sandwich, they hit the spot (particularly any incarnation of bbq or pesto). If Im making a late-night food run, desperate--nay blind!--with hunger, they are the best gut bombs on the planet.
Awesome atmosphere, better sandwiches. Had The Gooch, split it with the girlfriend and we were both satisfied. Tackling a whole one is possible but could result in being overstuffed. The flavors were on point, the horseradish mayo could have been overpowering but blended the sandwich together perfectly. Only regret was that I didnt get fries ☹️ The red light made my picture look weird. Should have used flash but I am still slightly embarrassed that I take pictures of my food.
When you go there order two sandwiches: the one that you want to eat and the Corleone. Eat the sandwich that you ordered for lunch and take the Corleone home. Throw it in the fridge. Youll find that it is much more delicious when eaten cold than warm and the smoked pastrami flavor is very much dominant in the sandwich whereas that smoky flavor is minimally detectable when eating hot. So by all means go to the honey hole and get the Corleone as your second sandwich.
We stopped by here after a recommendation from the financing guy at the dealership when we bought our car. When we went the place was packed and we waited about 20 mins to get a table. The service was great and they kept us up to date on the timing and when a table would be ready. As soon as we sat down we had someone asking us what we wanted to drink. Thats rare for a busy place! The sandwich menu is diverse and the food is great!! We will be back again!
This neighborhood gem serves generous sandwiches in a lively setting. On a recent visit, when I ordered a pulled pork sandwich, french fries, and two servings of cole slaw, the order-taker asked me if we were going to share the sandwich. I said yes, and when our order arrived it was equally divided on two plates. We appreciated this thoughtfulness and we enjoyed the food, which was delicious, generous, and reasonably priced.
Found this as a suggestion from local coffee bar. Honeyhole was more like bar food. Had a steak sandwich with aujus and was ok. not enough meat for the breas. steak was rubbery, fries just ok. nothing special. Friend has pulled pork with coleslaw. Seemed like slaw came out of a bag and mixes with mayo. neither of us finished our sandwiches. That was ok since we now had room for pie at Pie bar down the street.