Two Bells

★★★★☆
Spirts, Ales, Wine, Art, Music...And Famous Burgers.
  • 2313 4th Ave

    Seattle, WA 98121

    Cross street: Bell Street

    Map & Directions
  • 206-441-3050

About Two Bells

Hours
Sun-Fri 11:30am-2am Sat 1pm-2am

Food

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Forget red mill and all the other junk. This is by far the best burger I have ever had. And they don't even need the fries. It is carnivore heaven!

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★★★★★

Forget red mill and all the other junk. This is by far the best burger I have ever had. And they don't even need the fries. It is carnivore heaven!

Pros: food

Cons: none

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Great Place to start or end a night in Belltown. Get there before 10 and enjoy the awesome food. There is a shelf in the back with games and books and a small patio too.

2
★★★★☆

Great Place to start or end a night in Belltown. Get there before 10 and enjoy the awesome food. There is a shelf in the back with games and books and a small patio too.

Pros: Food, Atmoshphere, Location

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Once you find this place it becomes yours. Small, intimate, comfortable, great food and drinks at a price that surprises you given their downtown location. If it's comfort food you're after like amazing hamburgers, don't miss this place.

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★★★★☆

Once you find this place it becomes yours. Small, intimate, comfortable, great food and drinks at a price that surprises you given their downtown location. If it's comfort food you're after like amazing hamburgers, don't miss this place.

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My favorite local bar to hang out in - strong drinks, great selection of beer, super delicious food that's more healthy than the usual dive bar fare, friendly staff, and they even have lots of board games you can play while you hang out if you'd like!

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★★★★★

My favorite local bar to hang out in - strong drinks, great selection of beer, super delicious food that's more healthy than the usual dive bar fare, friendly staff, and they even have lots of board games you can play while you hang out if you'd like!

Pros: Stiff Drinks, Yummy Food, Fun board games if you're into that sort of thing...

Cons: Perhaps parking? I walk there so I'm not sure...

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So i came here with my friend for lunch because we heard the bugers were good. the service was okay, u got to get their attention and when we ordered, u can't get fries with your burger... yeah... wtf?? and we both bit into the burger and the grease would just drip down your arm, it was tasty and moist because there's so much fat in it.

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★★★☆☆

So i came here with my friend for lunch because we heard the bugers were good. the service was okay, u got to get their attention and when we ordered, u can't get fries with your burger... yeah... wtf?? and we both bit into the burger and the grease would just drip down your arm, it was tasty and moist because there's so much fat in it.

Pros: there's barely anyone there so no waiting

Cons: Service, Expensive

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Have you ever had a burger that serve on a baguette? If not, you must visit this place. Not because I was hungry when I showed up here but indeed it is one of the tastiest burgers I have acquired. The service is so-so and definitely need a beer to go with the burger. If only if, there's french fries with the burger it would be perfect or better yet... how about tater tots?

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★★★★☆

Have you ever had a burger that serve on a baguette? If not, you must visit this place. Not because I was hungry when I showed up here but indeed it is one of the tastiest burgers I have acquired. The service is so-so and definitely need a beer to go with the burger. If only if, there's french fries with the burger it would be perfect or better yet... how about tater tots?

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I no longer live in Seattle but I never come home without a stop at Two Bells. This is a funky little place with loads of character from both the staff as well as the setting. They have a great assortment of beer (man do I miss being able to get my hands on Mac & Jacks African Amber) and the best chicken sandwich I've ever tasted. The burgers are great too. My husband and I moved away almost 5 years ago and we still talk about how much we miss this place and wish we had something like it down in MS. Oh, and if you're there in the summer, check out the outdoor seating in the back - it's hidden but worth looking for.

2
★★★★★

I no longer live in Seattle but I never come home without a stop at Two Bells. This is a funky little place with loads of character from both the staff as well as the setting. They have a great assortment of beer (man do I miss being able to get my hands on Mac & Jacks African Amber) and the best chicken sandwich I've ever tasted. The burgers are great too. My husband and I moved away almost 5 years ago and we still talk about how much we miss this place and wish we had something like it down in MS. Oh, and if you're there in the summer, check out the outdoor seating in the back - it's hidden but worth looking for.

Pros: Great Food, Great Atmosphere, Outdoor Patio

Cons: None

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On the one hand you have a really cozy neighborhood atmosphere, great food (no deep fryer!) and a nice beer selection. On the other hand, atmosphere has a lot to do with whose working on any particular night. I always look in the window before going in - if one of the three friendly bartenders are behind the counter, I go in for a guaranteed pleasant evening. If not, I go somewhere else - if the wrong person is behind the counter, there's a good chance I was better off staying home - especially true on Monday nights. The cooks are great - the soup at 2 Bells is the best anywhere, consistently delicious and adventurous. Although they are known for their burgers on sourdough, everything is great - including a perfect steak. The sides of potato salad, baked beans and coleslaw are among the best examples of each you will ever taste.

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★★★☆☆

On the one hand you have a really cozy neighborhood atmosphere, great food (no deep fryer!) and a nice beer selection. On the other hand, atmosphere has a lot to do with whose working on any particular night. I always look in the window before going in - if one of the three friendly bartenders are behind the counter, I go in for a guaranteed pleasant evening. If not, I go somewhere else - if the wrong person is behind the counter, there's a good chance I was better off staying home - especially true on Monday nights. The cooks are great - the soup at 2 Bells is the best anywhere, consistently delicious and adventurous. Although they are known for their burgers on sourdough, everything is great - including a perfect steak. The sides of potato salad, baked beans and coleslaw are among the best examples of each you will ever taste.

Pros: Burgers, steaks, sides, soup, the good bartenders are the best

Cons: the bad bartenders are really unpleasant

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From a Seattle ex-pat:

There are many reasons that I rue the day I left Seattle, and 2 Bells is high on the list.

Best burgers in Seattle (and the world?), hands down. There ain't no denyin. And if you say no, you lyin.

Why has nobody praised their hummus? Yum.

Nice selection of local micros. Delish.

Perfect for low key, no pretense, chillin with friends and eating good food, in contrast to the increasingly awful Belltown. (What's goin on Seattle? You're loosing your vibe.) If you are a Californian who now lives in Seattle, you probably won't understand what I just wrote, so talk to a Seattle old timer (pre 1990s) and figure out how what you can do to help restore the Emerald City to its previous level of coolness. Anyhow, the 2 Bells is one way of getting in touch with it. JUST SAY NO TO YUPPY CORPORATE CULTURE.

OK, if I *have* to say one negative thing about the place, the service can be a little...uneven. That shouldn't stop you cuz the place is all that and a bag of chips.

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★★★★★

From a Seattle ex-pat:

There are many reasons that I rue the day I left Seattle, and 2 Bells is high on the list.

Best burgers in Seattle (and the world?), hands down. There ain't no denyin. And if you say no, you lyin.

Why has nobody praised their hummus? Yum.

Nice selection of local micros. Delish.

Perfect for low key, no pretense, chillin with friends and eating good food, in contrast to the increasingly awful Belltown. (What's goin on Seattle? You're loosing your vibe.) If you are a Californian who now lives in Seattle, you probably won't understand what I just wrote, so talk to a Seattle old timer (pre 1990s) and figure out how what you can do to help restore the Emerald City to its previous level of coolness. Anyhow, the 2 Bells is one way of getting in touch with it. JUST SAY NO TO YUPPY CORPORATE CULTURE.

OK, if I *have* to say one negative thing about the place, the service can be a little...uneven. That shouldn't stop you cuz the place is all that and a bag of chips.

Pros: Burgers, hummus, atmposphere

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I love two bells! It is a welcome down home type of place in Belltown, which is usually overpriced and yuppiefied. They have great beer, delicious burgers and a yummy gardenburger. Meet your friends here and you'll stay all night - or just get started here and then go on to the next stop. You can do it all here. I have even gone to study and have a dinner by myself. A great place all around.

4
★★★★☆

I love two bells! It is a welcome down home type of place in Belltown, which is usually overpriced and yuppiefied. They have great beer, delicious burgers and a yummy gardenburger. Meet your friends here and you'll stay all night - or just get started here and then go on to the next stop. You can do it all here. I have even gone to study and have a dinner by myself. A great place all around.

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The hamburger was okay..a lot of bread but good flavor. THe beer was offered in a cold glass or bottle... nice touch!.

The server should remember that she is there to be pleasant. She barely acknowledged us as being there. Never smiled and did just bare minimum to say she worked there last Sunday. I hope she knows that her tip was more reflective of the food and not of her lack of personality.

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★★★☆☆

The hamburger was okay..a lot of bread but good flavor. THe beer was offered in a cold glass or bottle... nice touch!.

The server should remember that she is there to be pleasant. She barely acknowledged us as being there. Never smiled and did just bare minimum to say she worked there last Sunday. I hope she knows that her tip was more reflective of the food and not of her lack of personality.

Pros: Hamburgers, Chef delivered entree

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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.

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★★★★★

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.

Pros: friendly, warm, location

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Great burgers, great bartenders nice atmosphere. I love this little pub. I love the patio during the summer.

2
★★★★★

Great burgers, great bartenders nice atmosphere. I love this little pub. I love the patio during the summer.

Pros: Bartenders, Great Patio, Great Burgers

Cons: Too bright

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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!

2
★★★★★

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!

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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.

2
★★★★☆

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.

Pros: location, atmosphere, attitude

Cons: smoky

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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

2
★★★★★

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

Pros: Good Beer Selection, Nice Area, Great food

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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!

2
★★★★★

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!

Pros: inexpensive, location, beer garden

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Locals from nearby artists' lofts and pricey high-rise condos go to this funky, unpretentious tavern to enjoy beer and a burger. Featuring freshly-ground beef, the juicy burgers are served on French baguettes with your choice of potato…

 

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