Endolyne Joe's joined the Fauntleroy community of West Seattle by opening in 2004. Since that time, Joe’s has been a West Seattle fixture in the community for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week.
Named after a ne’er do well conductor on the trolley line that was built in 1907 to connect downtown Seattle to the oldest and biggest neighborhood of West Seattle, Joe was known as a lady’s man with a penchant for the curve of a leg and a shot or three of a potent spirit. The last stop or end-of-the-line of this streetcar service from downtown was just one block south of the restaurant and this community was as a result, coined “Endolyne”.
We have been offering “rotating” menus focused on the “Foods of the Americas” since opening with our emphasis on North, Central and South American regions. One quarter, we may be offering a menu featuring the foods and beverages of Brazil which may be followed up with a New Orleans or perhaps a Costa Rican menu. These quarterly menu changes include new regional food & beverage offerings as well as an artwork and music program of the regions we explore. These rotating menus are accompanied by our seasonal base menu that offers an assortment of American comfort food selections for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
With our collective health related issues of the past several months, we have had to temporarily cancel our rotating menu program and have made a few changes to our business model to adapt as best we can to today’s reality.
We are at this time offering a truncated breakfast, lunch and dinner menu of our customers favorite items with curbside pickup now offered from 11am-8pm on weekdays and 8am-8pm on weekends. And, do not forget that we are able to also sell for pickup and delivery an assortment of cocktails, beer and wine to round out your meal.
Furthermore, for your convenience and in an attempt to limit contact, we have added a walkup order and pickup window on the south end of our storefront.
Also, please note that we do not work with any of the third-party delivery companies such as uber eats or grub hub. We notice however, that we are getting orders from those companies, but we are unaware when they place their order for pick up that the order is emanating from their system. In the event that there is an error in your order, the customer should contact their third-party delivery company to make the order right as we are unable to take responsibility for their actions and errors.
As a final disclaimer, we are brand new to delivery and will make every effort not to screw it up as our delivery system to date has only required kitchen to table delivery. New frontiers indeed.
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.