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Bad Monkey Bistro

Map & Directions 400 Boren Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98109
  • Bar Food
  • Daily 10am-2am
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout, Private Party, Wheelchair Accessible, Business Dining, Fireplace, ATM, Free Wifi
  • Brunch, Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Accepted
  • Street


Seattle Weekly's Description

Without any neon booze signage to light up the windows, bystanders must peer in-between blinds to see if the doors are open for business. But for anyone wanting to escape to a more intimate environment, the bistro has a private dining space shut off by glass doors and furnished with plush leather sofas and an Amish-style fireplace. Bad Monkey serves up some serious concoctions, from its food (90-percent made from scratch), down to its hand-crafted drinks. Try the Fuji Apple, a homemade mix of citrus, 7 Up, gin, tequila, vodka, rum and midori.

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  • Thrillist on 07/01/10

    This spot's got a little bit of everything: a piano lounge, a sports bar, and a resto serving-up a wide-ranging menu of steakhouse-style fare.

  • Nick on 08/24/10

    Get the "root chips" they are epic.

  • Chisung L. on 09/15/11

    They close exactly at ten

  • Rick T. on 08/24/11

    Get the bad monkey burger. They will cook it to order. The staff are friendly and seem to care.

  • Joel S. on 08/08/11

    Go there after the Amazon lunch crowd clears out (at about 1:30) you'll be served right away. Can't go wrong with a Mac & Jacks and root chip nachos!

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