Seattle >Food & Dining > Two Bells
2313 4th Ave, Seattle, WA | Directions 9812147.615581 -122.344544
Neighborhoods: Belltown, Downtown
Legendary for it's hot nuts, burgers and lights-on, locals only atmosphere, drink what is familiar on tap and always order the burger medium rare. Surprisingly awesome music blasts all day and night.
The quintessential neighborhood watering hole, this spot makes strangers feel as welcome as the legions of loyal regulars. Crowds go for the juicy burgers and in the warm weather months, there's an outdoor patio few know about.
The sign dangling outside the Two Bells tells you all you need to know: The place serves famous burgers. There are several on the menu, including the tavern burger (with bacon and grilled onions), the blue burger (with bleu cheese), and the mushroom burger. But the classic is where it all started, and a great reason to visit this place: five ounces of freshly ground beef charbroiled to order and served with mayo and mustard on a sourdough roll. One of the juiciest burgers around!
Cheers! – Two Bells is cozy and friendly. The service is the best you will ever find in a neighborhood pub. It is my "local" and a great spot to take friends, play cards, have a great meal. I recommend the 12.00 steak! For once something that sounds too good to be true is actually fact.
Great Pub – Great burgers, great bartenders nice atmosphere. I love this little pub. I love the patio during the summer.
Great spot – for lunch and a drink. I was there for lunch in the mid-afternoon and the place was not very busy, however, I understand it can be at other times. It is a small bar with a great atmosphere! Service is great and the drinks plentiful! Two thumbs up - I can't wait to get back!
8 – It's really smoky in there, which is bad. But the occasional celeb sighting is good, as well as the beer and the overly salty bar food.
Burgers sweet burgers – The TWO BELLS has the best burgers (and ceasars and saugae sandwiches and reubens) in Seattle and it is not your generic, crank out the food restaurant. Lots of atmosphere and fun!
Best Burger In Town – Ever since I moved up to Seattle, 1 year ago, I've been on a quest to find the best burger in town, and here was where I ended. The BBQ burger is great. Comes on a french roll, overflowing with sauce, and leaves you with little room to finish anything else. Get the Cheese Breat with Tomatoes on it for a good pre-treat
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