Betty Bar & Restaurant
Seattle, WA 98109
- Daily 10:30am-2pm, Sun-Thu 5pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 5pm-11pm
- All Major Credit Cards, cash, ATM/Debit
- Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
- Full bar
- Recommended, Accepted
Seattle Weekly's Description
While its older sister, Crow, near Seattle Center, is something of a "destination" restaurant, Betty, run by the same owners, is a neighborhood joint all the way. Bear in mind, however, that the neighborhood in question is the top of Queen Anne Hillâso don't come for budget dining. With your expectations properly calibrated, though, you'll find Betty the perfect spot for a low-stress, high-end meal where you can hear your companion speak low and speak love from across the table. Betty handles standards like roast beet salad, steak frites, and roasted chicken with graceful ease. And the no-fuss elegance of the atmosphere makes for a great weeknight escape.
Tips from foursquare
Offers great $4 small plates of Mediterranean fare at happy hour. Features things such as juicy, grilled homemade lamb-and-pork sausage. The best dish is charred grilled octopus. Happy hour 5-6:30
Queen Anne’s new hot spot offers simple modern decor and steak frites to die for.
If you want your face to melt off with pure delicous, then get the betty burger. Best dish on the menu. Boom, done.
have the Steak & frites
While the open kitchen trend is popular with restaurants these days. A poorly vented one leaves patrons smelling like grease. Don't sit at the kitchen bar if you don't want to smell.
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