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About Brunswick & Hunt
Brunswick & Hunt offers a fresh seasonal approach to Pacific Northwest cuisine in a beautifully crafted intimate setting. A magnificent 1890's Brunswick Bar and impressive early 1900's original northwest landscape painting by RJ Bocense (The Hunt), as well as a completely open exhibition kitchen provide a visual counterpoint to our rustic take on the bounty of the Northwest. A classically inspired cocktail menu, impressive wine offerings (glass and bottle), and house made desserts offered with warmth by a professional staff, invite a leisurely approach to dining. Breakfast is served Saturdays and Sundays, 9am - 3pm. Please visit our website for menu.
Seattle, WA 98107
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday through Saturday, 5-10pm
Brunch: Saturday and Sunday, 9am -2pm
Happy Hour: Tuesday through Friday, 4-6pm
15th Avenue NW
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, Visa
Non-metered on street parking.
We are close to the transit stop located at the intersection of 15th Avenue and NW 70th Street in Ballard.
Bar Dining, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Brunswick & Hunt Ratings and Reviews
Don't tell anyone about this place lest they fill up all of the remaining tables! Great and interesting food, and service that made us feel like we were old friends. It's hard to be one of the best in Seattle. These guys made it look easy. ...and did I mention the bar. 5 wows.
It was loud for only a 40 seat restaurant. The menu is very limited and portions were small for the price. The beet salad was perfect, the fava beans were good, but it is not true that you can eat the shells - VERY stringy! Our waiter Avery was attentive and amusing, service was not rushed but not exactly prompt either. There doesn't seem to be a very prominent theme, it says Farm to Table, but there was no emphasis on what farm anything came from, and the offerings were pretty jumbled, so overall, worth it for a special occasion but I am not planning another trip in quite a while.
The waiter was fabulous. The menu is quite limited and there wasn't an entree that interested me. The appetizer (charcuterie) wasn't that great and was served with crackers because they don't have bread. We had several sides instead of entrees. The carrots were terrific but the fava beans were served in the pods which we were told were edible but that doesn't mean they were pleasant to chew. I would go back for happy hour but not for dinner.
Another great meal! The food is great but the service from Avery and Tommy is amazing; perhaps some of the best I have experienced. The table next to us was equally impressed. I have visited several times and both the food and service are consistently at a high level. Looking forward to returning.
Brunswick & Hunt is an exceptional restaurant! It has excellent food and wonderful service and just a great vibe. The menu changes and I've never had anything that wasn't fabulous. I highly recommend the fried chicken and they also do spectacular vegetable side dishes. Also very good for brunch. Go! Just make sure you leave a table or a seat at the bar for me.....
I LOVE B and H so much!! We were there for brunch on a Sunday. Loved being able to make reservations through Open Table. That stretch of 70th street gets pretty breakfast/brunch crazy on weekends.
All four in our party had different entrees - all of the scrambles and a biscuit. I had bites of each - 'cause my friends are awesome - and every dish was wonderful! The service is always delightful: attentive but not over bearing. We're so grateful to have B and H in the 'hood!
We devoured the charcuterie and cheese plate--so good we almost ordered another. But better we didn't. Kudos for the succulent and delicious fried chicken, and a solid thumbs up for the halibut. A very pleasant evening. We'll be back to sample some of the enticing farm to table vegetable offerings.
Wow, what a great dinner. Food was fantastic, and the pricing was a bargain. Would for sure go back again and again. Does not look like much from outside, but was pretty good vibe inside. Our server was super excellent at what he does. But, every thing we ordered was a home run, we were a party of four. Presentation and imagination of the dishes was outstanding. Did I mention the value? This is now in the rotation!!! (and I drove from the Bellevue area...)
This place has quickly become my favorite brunch spot in Seattle. The environment is awesome, fun, but not so loud you can't hear conversations. All the servers and bartenders I've interacted with there are amazing and very accommodating. Last but certainly not least, all the food is phenomenal. Even the James and hot sauces are memorably great.
The food and cocktails were fantastic, everything was unique and delicious.
The real standout was the service. We ended up changing some of our order based on suggestions from our waiter, he was friendly and super knowledgeable about the menu.
Our server was knowledgeable and service was great. Be aware that the menu is seasonal - items listed on the sample menu online might not be available. We were disappointed by the limited options for vegetables, salads, and fish, but that's what you get when you are eating locally-sourced food this time of year! The burger was very good!
Fantastic as always. This was probably our 5th visit, and an early Saturday dinner. Each visit is met with friendly staff who offer well pointed suggestions and pairings. Ask Avery for wine pairing or let him expertly put together an exquisite selection of cheeses to start. Kyler is a magician with any whiskey cocktail, try them all. The menu changes slightly seasonally but any of the vegetable dishes like the brussel sprouts or the artichoke are must haves. My go to is the steak and frites. Generous in portion and could be shared. (Though I rarely share!) every dish we've tried is flavorful and expertly prepared. End with the blood orange cheesecake or a signature cocktail, I suggest the watchmaker. The decor, friendly service and fantastic food will make this place your new favorite haunt.
Our first visit to Brunswick and Hunt was splendid. Everyone at the table (7) enjoyed their brunch entree, and because this restaurant was not blasting background music, we could all enjoy each other's conversations. We drove an hour to make our reservation and it was worth every minute.
To begin with, there is a great story behind the name. You'll have to read about it on the main menu. It is a little off the beaten path. There is a huge front window letting in plenty of light. It is very spacious and comfortable... kind of a rustic chic. They have excellent cocktails along with an extensive bourbon list. The menu is small yet there is a lot to choose from. My wife had the fried chicken... excellent if a little herbaceous. I had the smoked pork short rib with pork belly, creamy polenta and a jalapeño relish/gremolata. Each component was excellent and together it was unbelievable!!! Excellent service from very knowledgeable and passionate staff.
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