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Mustard Seed Too

Map & Directions 1428 156th Ave. N.E.
Bellevue, WA 98007


Seattle Weekly's Description

If Jillian's drew in a mostly older, blue-collar clientele, it would resemble Bellevue's Mustard Seed Too. There are bright neon beer signs everywhere and nearly as many pool tables. On the ground level of a drab office park, Mustard Seed Too's billiards, darts, pull tabs, video games, and pinball offer enough variety to distract from the dull location. Beer and liquor they've got in spades, along with a simple yet decent bar menu.

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  • Camille on 10/19/10

    As long as chi chi is cooking, it's all gooooood!!!

  • Arul on 12/29/10

    There is a new bartender and she is smoking hot! :)

  • Dwight L. on 01/05/14

    Nice place for football

  • Eric V. on 02/08/13

    Good burger dip: 4 of 5. Added havarti cheese. Enjoyed it and a decent aside salad.

  • Liz T. on 10/16/12

    Lisa and Sarah are great Tuesday night waitresses.

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