Vittles Neighborhood Bistro & Bar
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Address: 2330 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 (Cross street: Battery St)
Neighborhood: Belltown
Specifics: Brunch, Cocktails, Comfort Food, Desserts, Food, Happy Hour, Late-Night, Lounge, New American, NFT Pick
Phone: 206-448-3348
Cost: $$$
Website: www.vittlesseattle.com
Nightlife Decadent happy hour menu served twice nightly.
Restaurants Comfort food for grownups.

    
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Posted by:  Jessica Baxter

This up-and-coming bistro in Belltown is poised for stardom. The soft brown décor makes it ideal for dates and parents alike. The classed-up comfort food and thoughtfully crafted cocktails have something for everyone. For me, the star attraction is the generously portioned Crispy Green Beans with Broccoli, tempura breaded with a truffle aioli drizzle for dipping. Make a meal out of one or two apps or share the love. Also notable: Crab and Corn Beignets and the House Poutine, which uses a cheesy sauce in lieu of traditional toppings. For even heartier fare, venture into the surf and turf laden entrees. The service is just how I like it--attentively laid-back. Things get even cheaper at happy hour.

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Average Rating: 4   (5=Amazing, 1=Just Horrible)
Submitted: 2/25/2015 2:25 PM                  
Posted By: Jessica Baxter
Comment: This up-and-coming bistro in Belltown is poised for stardom. The soft brown décor makes it ideal for dates and parents alike. The classed-up comfort food and thoughtfully crafted cocktails have something for everyone. For me, the star attraction is the generously portioned Crispy Green Beans with Broccoli, tempura breaded with a truffle aioli drizzle for dipping. Make a meal out of one or two apps or share the love. Also notable: Crab and Corn Beignets and the House Poutine, which uses a cheesy sauce in lieu of traditional toppings. For even heartier fare, venture into the surf and turf laden entrees. The service is just how I like it – attentively laid-back. Things get even cheaper at happy hour.
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