The 10 Best Happy Hour Bites in Seattle

Fill the gap between lunch and dinner with these 10 dishes best enjoyed with a drink
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Dungeness crab–stuffed eggs from Bar Harbor

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Pappardelle
Tavolàta
Capitol Hill and Belltown
Grab this quintessential Ethan Stowell pasta ($10) from 5 to 7 p.m. nightly.

Smoked and pickled mussels
No Anchor
Belltown
Intriguing, addictive morsels ($11) to pair with one of the bar’s unusual beers.

Bread
Brimmer & Heeltap
Ballard
Thick-cut Grand Central como loaf toasted (and buttered) to order ($3)—the gold standard for pre-dinner bread service.

Suppli al telefono
Bar del Corso
Beacon Hill
Fried balls of risotto and mozzarella ($6), as close to perfection as the pizza.

Eggplant fries
Poppy
Capitol Hill
Pre-dinner snacks ($9) so good you’ll never miss the potato.

Tuetanos
Asadero
Ballard and Kent
One long marrow bone, roasted and served with crostini ($5.99)—best with a margarita.

Auto Banh Sando
Super Six
Columbia City
A Hawaiian doughnut meets a Vietnamese sandwich, and the rest is tasty history ($5). (Only available from 3 to 5 p.m. daily.)

Pimento cheese
JuneBaby
Ravenna
The quintessential Southern classic ($9)—great with a meal, even better with a
moonshine cocktail.

Point Judith Calamari ‘Kari Out’
RockCreek
Fremont
Upscale deep-fried perfection ($16), in a tongue-in-cheek takeout box for dining in.

Dungeness crab–stuffed eggs
Bar Harbor
South Lake Union
A gilded lily to be sure, these deviled eggs ($14) are bettered by a pile of crab.

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