Ballard has been called “the most soulful” neighborhood in Seattle. We think of it as the 21st arrondissement of Paris: the Farmers Market, the boutiques, the little coffee bars and boîtes. And now, Bastille—a neighborhood café that transports you to the City of Light.
Everywhere your eye falls in Bastille, there’s a visual feast: 19th century sconces from a church in the French countryside; pendants from a school in Seattle; a cozy “hearth” around which to gather on cool evenings; a host stand that once serviced a small hotel. It’s all about reinvention, rediscovery, restoration. In fact, that’s our aim—and the source of the word “restaurant”—to restore our guests to a condition of comfort and pleasure amidst the hubbub of urban life.
Happy Hour: Everyday 4:30pm-6pm
Dinner Hours: Monday - Thursday 5-10pm
Friday & Saturday 5-11pm
Sunday Brunch: 10am - 3pm
Late Night Dining: Friday & Saturday 'til 12am
Valentine's Day Dinner 4:30pm - 10pm
(no prix-fixe, reservations recommended)
Bastille will be closed for dinner on Sunday, Feb. 5th & Closed Monday, Feb. 6th for our staff appreciation party