Pork Belly Dishes to Excite the Palate Around Seattle

The amazing Root Beer Glazed Pork Belly at Local 360. Photo source.

The fantastic thing about Happy Hour is the offering of delicious bites and snacks! You can try a few different plates to share, and find your favorite happy hour bites. Whether you’re dining for happy hour or doing your own tapas-style dinner, these Seattle restaurants have some seriously yummy pork belly dishes that you really must try.

Bastille Cafe & Bar | 5307 Ballard Avenue NW | 206-453-5014

Happy Hour: Daily, 4:30 - 6 p.m.

Although not on Bastille’s happy hour menu, the small plate of Crispy Pork Belly is a must when dining at this casual French eatery in Ballard. It’s served with a spiced prune jam and grilled travisio.

Local 360 | 2234 1st Avenue | 206-441-9360

Happy Hour: Daily, 3 - 6 p.m.

I heartily recommend Local 360’s Root Beer Glazed Pork Belly from their small plates selection on the dinner menu! It’s perfectly prepared and served with a juicy heirloom apple slaw, Belgian endive and nuoc cham.

Photo credit: Marketeering Group

Tin Lizzie Lounge | 600 Queen Anne Avenue N | 206-282-7407

Happy Hour: Daily, 4 - 7 p.m.

Tin Lizzie Lounge offers two dishes that feature pork belly! Get their house Sliders for happy hour as well as dinner, made with Shawarma-cured pork belly, fennel slaw and smoked white cheddar spread with roasted pear aioli on a delicious roll. Their “Bacon and Eggs” dish is also quite amazing - oven roasted pork belly with popcorn grits, tomato jam, quail egg and micro cress.

Von's 1000 Spirits | 1225 1st Avenue | 206-621-8667

Happy Hour: Daily, 4 - 6 p.m.

Order a sourdough pizza or griddled prime hamburg at Von’s 1000 Spirits for happy hour, but if you’re smart, you’ll try their acclaimed Pork Confit with handcut fries and Von’s scratch cheddar sauce. Or, dig into a hearty dish of homemade sourdough pasta with Crispy Brussels Sprouts, Pork Belly, and wild mushrooms in an aged asiago cream sauce.

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