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SEA: Sully's Tavern on Queen Anne


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SEA: Sully's Tavern on Queen Anne

skyla | Jul 20, 2007 11:53 PM

Sully's Tavern (Tavern?) is a new bar/restaurant up in the old Sapphire/Q spot on Queen Anne Hill (1625 Queen Anne Ave. N) Sorry to the owners if the name is wrong. I tried it and I like it a lot. It's a fun, neighborhood bar -- not the Paragon-type thankfully, not the Betty-type, but a place to kick back, have a burger and watch the game. We had the fried chicken, the pork chop and a couple of mojitos. It was delicious (better fried chicken than the 5-spot down the street) though I thought the sweet potato fries were just ok. The staff was really nice and attentive. We sat at the sidewalk tables because for me the music is too loud for dining, but to each their own. We also found out that Sully is 2 years old. Definitely too short to see over the bar.

Their kitchen is open until 11 -- which is truly great speaking as someone often left only with the 5-spot or Jai Thai as an option past 10. I encourage people to check it out, try other things on their menu and report back.

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