We found some great smoked fish at this grocery store/ restaurant. Buy your food and check out to the dinning area, a fun place and good selection.
Ordered a vegetarian Burger that was so much fun to eat. Many different consistencies and Flavors, in fact needed no extra seasoning. The restaurant is very eclectic. The only suggestion is please clean your trash can. It is dirty and diminishes from the great food you serve!
I had been told to come to this restaurant from a staff member at (the much better restaurant) Birchwood Cafe. The system is quite different, you go up and order get your own coffee and condiments... It was quite confusing for a first timer there and they were really busy as it was Sunday bunch. Staff was as helpful as... More
This is the place go for brunch with your twenty-something son, to enjoy a bottomless mug of fresh-brewed coffee, and to experience the multi-faceted Seward neighborhood including Milwaukee Avenue, a street of workingman's houses faithfully restored and colorfully decorated. There are walks on Franklin Avenue and nearby Minnehaha Avenue, but the best walking is in the neighborhood behind the cafe.... More
Very nice sandwiches - most are vegetarian, some vegan - I very much like the vegie rueben, but also like the vegan burrito. Excellant fuit smoothies. Very good salad bar. The hot bar of food is also good. Looking throughout the store one finds a great array of healthy food and other products. The dining area tends to be overun... More
The Seward Cafe is a neighborhood institution. It's an eccentric, employee-run collective, and probably not for everybody. But if you want good, solid, healthy food (and lots of it) at a very reasonable price, this is your place. Service is simple: walk in, read the menu, write your order on the form (provided), give it to the cashier and pay... More
I had heard a lot about the seward cafe over the years, and was pleased to finally have the chance to dine there. the menu was extensive but inviting and not overwhelming, with many vegetarian options and a high proportion of actual vegetables! the courtyard outside was my favorite place to sit, under trees and near their community garden. the... More
No meat on the menu but super solid earth and body friendly food. I keep hearing people mentioning hippies but it seems more like a punk rock joint to me. Good tea and coffee!
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