Seattle >Food & Dining > Smarty Pants
6017 Airport Way S, Seattle, WA | Directions 9810847.548814 -122.316673
Monday-Friday 11 a.m.-midnight/2 a.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-midnight/2 a.m.; Sunday 10 a.m.- 3 p.m.
Neighborhoods: Greater Duwamish, South Beacon Hill
Big messy sandwiches and beer will cure what ails you. Partial to The Troublemaker and Miss Piggy.
Worth the trip to Georgetown for the atmosphere alone. Their signature sandwiches require more than one napkin, a gage of quality in my book! Don't miss the split pea soup if it's on the fresh board. More bacon than split peas, you're belly will thank you!
It's all about the sandwich! – Smarty Pants makes great sandwiches! They are huge and come with a side. There are always some local brews on tap and the bar is very well stocked. They have a brunch on the weekends, but I really think the lunch menu is where it's at. Try the Miss Piggy, my personal fave!
The staff has always been friendly and attentive. They can get really busy, so there can be a short wait at times. The crowd is very diverse as well. Expect a lot of GT locals and motorcyclist.
This is also a great venue when it's warm as they have a great patio. It's the full on Georgetown experience with planes flying right over your head, and huge trucks driving by.
Best brunch and late night food! – I love Smarty Pants for brunch on the weekends. Vegetarian biscuits and gravy! Tasty bloody mary's too!
I also go to Smarty Pants for late night food in the south end. They serve till midnight, the latest I have found in Georgetown. They have a great selection of sandwiches and most can be made to order using field roast. Veggie reuben is a favorite of mine.
Cool atmosphere with a motorbike theme. One night a week (wed I think) they show Motorbike races. Just look for the bikes lined up out front.
best frito pie! – Great food and atmosphere - one of my favorite places!
Going downhill? – Last weekend was the first time in 3 years I've had a bad sandwich: the 'Lil Brat. The corned beef was difficult to chew and the bread was not rye. No sauce and just a few shreds of kraut. The other people in my group had no complaints, however, and the beer, as usual, was great (from Georgetown Brewery). I'll give the place another try, though.
BAD, WORST, DON'T EVEN TRY IT – Stopped in for their new brunch and had some sort of a mess they called a "pile up" well it was a pile of grease, boiled chicken and oil! let me start with the top of the dish. it started with two pieces of dry stale cardboard-like toast then moved on to way too much cheese topping red onions, copius amounts of boiled chicken that tasted like grill oil and gym socks. then finished with browned scrambled eggs. on the side was a flat patty of oily slimy hashbrowns and the entire pile was nestled on a thin slice of cantaloupe.
WHAT A SHAME! whoever came up with this menu should really go into the petroleum business with the amount of grease and oil on their plates.
blecchh – I was hungry and thought that it would be a good idea to sit on their patio as i was hungry and needed some food in the worst way. and that's what i got. food in the worst way. i asked for a frito pie and was served what appeared to be a dish full of left over alpo dog food. and it tasted horrible. the service was ok but the food ruined everything. good thing i was on the patio so i could take some cleansing breaths after that solo bite of trash or i would have been sick. Sorry Smarty pants but you need to smarten up and serve some better food
Street bikers make good – This is the place to be on Wednesdays, if you miss the bike races of the old days, or you want to feel like a British cafe racer. Good sandwiches and honest drinks.
Georgetown scruff meets urban ease at this comfortable cafe and bar. – In Short
It's a casual scene inside this tucked-away bar on Georgetown's main drag, with handsome brick walls, crowded tables and a motley crew of regulars perched on stools along the well-stocked bar. The crowd includes everyone from new transplants enjoying post-work cocktails to die-hard Georgetown denizens calling waitresses by name. Food-wise, there's a no-nonsense roster of hearty sandwiches like the Ms. Piggy--a French roll piled high with slow-simmered pork, coleslaw and house barbecue sauce.
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