Bramling Cross is a cozy restaurant on Ballard Avenue offering apple wood fired meats and seafood alongside craft cocktails, bottled beers and 8 draught selections that are always local—many just down the street. The menu includes favorites like caramelized cauliflower, dungeness crab dip, wood grilled steak, The Bramling Burger with cheese, and Dynamite Fried Chicken (not actually cooked with dynamite).  Menu

Telephone

(206) 420.8192

Hours

Sun - Thu 4PM to 10PM
Fri & Sat 4PM to 11PM

Happy Hour

Restaurant:  4 - 6pm Daily

Menus

See below

LOCATION

5205 Ballard Ave NW
Seattle, Washington

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PARKING

Street Parking

DYNAMITE MONDAYS!

Join us every Monday for our $40 Dynamite Chicken special!

Whole Dynamite Chicken 
w/Honey Butter Biscuits & Collard Greens

Plus a bucket of Tallboys or a Bottle of Wine. 

PICKUP ORDERING

Order Bramling Cross for pickup online during business hours or give us a call: (206) 420.8192
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NEED DELIVERY?

Have Bramling Cross delivered straight to your home or office via Caviar.
Bramling Cross Delivery

We're Social

group dining 

Bramling Cross offers a semi-private dining space in the back that can seat up to 20 people at a large communal table in a lively Ballard gastropub with a great selection of local beer, wine and craft cocktails. Book here.

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Press

“If you are a beer lover, the restaurant, which is named after a hop varietal, will be your favorite Stowell outpost to date, because the focus is on wood-fired, shareable dishes that pair with eight micro-local brews (made in Ballard or Fremont) and another 50 international beers.”

New Ballard Outpost Celebrates Beer-Friendly Bites
Seattle Magazine

“The food is as polished and smart as the room. It’s rich, robustly seasoned fare, well-matched to beer — or booze in general.”

Bramling Cross Does Gastropub Right
Seattle Times

“This menu is starting to sound a bit southern...until you factor in the wood-burning grill and some very Northwest plates like roasted heirloom pumpkin or whole Dungeness crab.”

Ethan Stowell’s Bramling Cross
Seattle Met