serving dinner sun - wed 3pm -11pm & thur - sat 3pm - midnight. desserts: please see our special sheet for our daily homemade desserts. check with your server about our nightly specials!
all time comfort favorites.
Chips & Salsa$5.00
house made yellow corn tortilla chips & salsa roja.
House Cut Fries$6.00
hand cut russets with house seasoning and chipotle ketchup.
Sweet Potato Fries$6.00
with house seasoning and jalapeno-red pepper aioli.
served with warm pita, tomato, cucumber & kalamata olives.
deep fried and tossed with house hot sauce with bleu cheese dressing, celery and carrot sticks.
Roasted Corn & Chicken Quesadilla$7.00
marinated roasted chicken breast, sauteed roasted red peppers, caramelized onion roasted corn, feta and pepper jack cheese, in a flour tortilla.
Sweet Potato Quesadilla$7.00
roasted sweet potato, kale, house pickled onion, cheddar and jack cheese in a flour tortilla with house salsa and cumin crema.
Carne Asada Tacos$9.00
grilled, marinated beef, roasted red pepper, with citrus coleslaw, and salsa on soft, white corn tortillas.
Blackened Salmon Tacos$11.00
spice blackened wild salmon with citrus coleslaw, on home-style flour tortillas with mango salsa and cumin crema.
Black Bean Nachos
house made yellow corn tortilla chips topped with black beans, cheddar and peper jack cheese, diced tomatoes, red onion, cilantro, sour cream and salsa.
- Add Grilled Chicken Or Ground Beef $2.00
Pepper Bacon Mac N' Cheese$10.00
penne pasta, sharp cheddar and swiss cheese with pepper bacon, topped with bread crumbs and baked.
organic mixed greens, toasted pepitas & cotija cheese tossed with sweet chili-cilantro vinaigrette.
Cyclops Caesar Salad$7.00
romaine lettuce tossed in our house made caesar dressing, toasted pepitas &shaved parmesan.
Soup Du Jour
prepared fresh daily.
- Cup $4.00
- Bowl $6.00
roasted chicken breast wtih pepper jack and feta, caramelized onions and roasted red peppers in a chipotle cream sauce. served with black beans.
Chile Verde Burrito$11.00
pulled pork, black beans,rice, roasted pepper and caramelized onion.
Black And Bleu Steak Frites$15.00
grilled 8 oz. rib eye with spice rub, topped with chipotle butter. served with garlic mashed potatoes and sauteed veggies.
served with house cut fries.
One Eye Burger$12.00
washington beef, sharp cheddar, grilled red onion and sliced tomato topped with an egg sunny side up, with roasted poblano aioli on a toasted brioche bun.
Super Bueno Burger$12.00
washington beef topped with sharp cheddar & pepper bacon and roasted poblano aioli, on a toasted brioche bun.
Blue Cheese Burger$12.00
washington beef topped with bleu cheese, caramelized onions and roasted garlic aioli, served on toasted brioche bun.
Happy Hippy Burger$11.00
field roast sunflower breaded veggie cutlet with sharp cheddar, caramelized onions & roasted polbano aioli, on a toasted brioche bun.
roasted pulled pork, sliced pit ham, swiss cheese, thin sliced pickle, dijon mustard and poblano aioli on a grilled ciabatta.
Chicken Cha Cha$12.00
marinated chicken breast, with sundried tomato-ancho chili pesto, & pepper jack cheese, topped with mango salsa, on a toasted ciabatta.
Carne Asada Steak Sandwich$12.00
grilled marinated steak, red peppers, caramelized onion, swiss cheese, pickled jalapeno, sliced avocado and poblano aioli on a grilled ciabatta.
sharp cheddar and swiss cheese, on grilled sourdough batard bread.
- Add Ham $2.00
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2421 1st Ave
Seattle, WA 98121
The Cylcops' Cafe has quite a past. We've been around for __ years and moved locations. Cyclops now resides in the Hotel Latona building, which used to be the Peniel Mission (now known as City Team Ministries). The following history is written by Cynthia Rose of the Seattle Times. It's unlikely many remember the Hotel Latona. But the bohemian Cyclops gained a national reputation. It grew out of a Western Avenue cafe, the Free Mars, which was established in 1985. The restaurant was housed in another vintage building, the Niles, a 1909 rooming house later used as artist hous- ing. In 1992, the building became notable when artist Diane Sukovathy covered its walls with Jell-O molds. By then, the Mars had become the Cyclops Cafe - run by artists Gina Kaukola and John Hawkley. The couple made it into a Belltown landmark, a hangout favored by grunge stars, painters, writers, actors and visitors. The Cyclops had a three-dimensional eye above its door, which - along with Sukovathy's Jell-O molds - started appearing in films, on television and on the Internet.