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Honeyhole Sandwiches


Capitol Hill

$$$$Perfect For:Casual Weeknight DinnerSerious Take-Out Operation
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After recent tumultuous ownership changes and a closure, this decades-old sandwich favorite on the Hill has returned—but the quality hasn’t. The Fast Eddie is made with very thin and dry tri-tip. The Waverider has barely any pesto, and the sad fries are starchy and floppy. About the only things we recognize here are the red walls, random assortment of trinkets hanging from the ceiling, and framed Marlon Brando photo. You could use Honeyhole 2.0 (or 3.0 at this point) for lunch in a pinch, but Seattle has so many better sandwich shops to choose from, we’d rather go elsewhere.

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