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Tucked away on Main Street in Bothell, a walkable neighborhood teaming with local art, culture and food, the artfully handcrafted krō bär has been reclaimed from the bones of Bothell’s historic hardware store in the Mohn building. The 16-foot-high tin ceilings, a hanging catwalk and the original wood floors were uncovered and restored.
Please note we are 21 and older only.
Due to the size of our location, we are unable to seat parties of more than 4 guests.
PLEASE NOTE: Homecoming reservations will have minimum requirements (1 entree per person) and gratuity will be added to check regardless of party size.
Beardslee Public House’s restaurant menu features a wide variety of comfort cuisine made from scratch each day with high quality, seasonal and fresh ingredients. Whatever the craving, dietary restriction or preference, there is something delicious for everyone at Beardslee!
You'll see seasonal offerings, fresh fish and local produce on the menus here, ranging from Seared King Salmon to Filet Mignon.
Dining options pair well with our handcrafted coffee, ales, cider, wine and spirits-offering upscale classics and modern inventions.
Fresh, inventive offerings make this Tavern an inviting space any time of day or night.
- JPJenniferPSeattle / Eastern Washington •7 reviews5.0Dined 4 days agoWe had a great time. We sat at the bar. The Bartender Cameron always makes the experience fun. The cocktails are delicious and the food is good also.More infoKro BarPrice: Expensive• Dining Bar• Bothell•4.8
- MCMichelleC1 review5.0Dined 5 days agoOur server, Zack was outstanding. Great personality, and created a great vibe. Food was great too. Second time eating here and will continue to come back.More infoAmaro BistroPrice: Moderate• Italian• Bothell•4.7
- OTOpenTable DinervipSeattle / Eastern Washington •4 reviews5.0Dined 6 days agoGreat experience with good friends. We enjoyed our little corner and service was great. Even when one of our meals was wrong they fixed it asap. Thanks for the great night!More infoMcMenamins North Shore Lagoon at Anderson SchoolPrice: Moderate• Caribbean• Bothell•4.6
- TRTraciRvipSeattle / Eastern Washington •5 reviews5.0Dined on Aug 25, 2023Service was prompt, friendly, and responsive. Food is always great but flan dessert was horrible. Hard, flavorless, bland and thin. Even the whip cream, while fresh seemed to be missing sweetener/vanilla or otherwise. Served with fruit which we ate, but sent the rest back. Server was great and removed it from bill. Maybe new recipe? Otherwise always love poquitos!More infoPoquitos - BothellPrice: Moderate• Mexican• Bothell•4.4
- OTOpenTable DinerExclusive •1 review5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Great food and great atmosphere. Small brunch menu and cocktail menu with enough classics. I only wish there was hot water in the bathroom to wash my hands with.More infoMcMenamins Tavern on the SquarePrice: Expensive• Northwest• Bothell•3.9
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Proud of its logging and farming roots, Bothell is an eastern Washington city that has grown up in recent years while remaining focused on preserving its history. One of the popular restaurants in the area was the mayor's house in the early 1900s. In addition to exploring Bothell Landing’s many shops, spas, and parks, visitors can splurge at great local bakeries or satisfy hearty appetites at old-fashioned drive-in burger joints. You can definitely work up a good appetite on the Sammamish River Trail, a local ten-mile biking and jogging path. Afterward, you can join the local community in enjoying the ethnic eatery scene at fabulous sushi, French, and Mexican restaurants. If you're in the mood for a traditional steak or down-home comfort food, however, Bothell has that as well.
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The best reviewed restaurant in Bothell is China City
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