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(Green Restaurant)

3416 Fremont Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 453-5232
Our goal at Homegrown is not only to create sandwiches out of sustainable ingredients but also to make sandwich creation sustainable itself.
This goes beyond using fresh, sustainable ingredients in our gourmet sandwiches, salads and soups. Homegrown strives for sustainability as a local bus
Hours: Mon-Sat: 11am - 8pm Sun: 11am-4pm
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Last verified: 10/4/2009

12 Comments about Homegrown
"Bland bland bland! Both the veggie and "spicy" cod sandwhiches had no flavor what -so-ever (unless you consider salty to be flavorful). Not " -
"Fantastic job on delicious sustainable food.  It's refreshing to be able to get a great sandwich that you know is made of real food. I went with" -
"Had the Crab cake, avocado and bacon sandwich. Thought it was.Just OK. Too much bun, not enough crab in the cake. Like eating a lot of, well bread. Th" -
"Homegrown is definitely great for a once in a while splurge for sustainable creative sandwiches. This location is a bit slow at times since they're on" -
"Homegrown is the ideal neighborhood lunch spot- bright, cheery and of course delicious food. Their mission: to serve locally sourced food (zoes meats," -
"I absolutely adore sandwiches and deli food, but Homegrown leaves a lot to be desired. The sandwiches themselves are just OK and horribly overpriced. " -
"I am Deciding that Homegrown should change their name to "Touristgrown". Overpriced ok sandwiches.  Went in last week to the Capitol Hi" -
"My wife ate here a few times and enjoyed it, so I decided to try it out too,,,along with my wife and daughter.   The food was ordered and took a" -
"Sandwiches are too frequently built for function (quick to eat, easy on the wallet) rather than flavor; not so at this Fremont shop. Here, flavor come" -
"So I finally ATE at Homegrown. The food is very good. The fries are awesome and you get a lot- definitely for sharing with a group. I had the small be" -
"The sustainable/environmental ethos is obvious and ever-present in this Fremont sandwich shop. The decor is sparse, modern-meets-rustic, with a little" -
"This place is extremely close to where I work, so naturally I had to try it.  As a "sustainable" sandwich shop, it is definitely locate" -
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