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Bastille Cafe & Bar, Seattle

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Cuisine: Breakfast Restaurant,Restaurant,French Restaurant
Contact: (206) 453-5014
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Opened in June of 2009 and housed in an historic 1920's building in Seattle's Old Ballard neighborhood, Bastille Cafe & Bar is a bustling homage to a Parisian brasserie. Owners Deming Maclise and James Weimann scoured Paris flea markets and local salvage stores for vintage accessories to create a truly authentic feel. From the white subway tiles, antique mirrors, and Paris Metro clock to the zinc-topped bar and stunning crystal chandelier that takes center stage in the Back Bar; they've truly hit the mark. Chef Jason Stoneburner creates French focused cuisine inspired by the abundance of seasonal product found locally---and it doesn't get any more local than the restaurants 4500-square-foot organic rooftop garden. The wine list is French focused with a smattering of NW wines and the bar offers an extensive collection of absinthe.