Seven Beef Features Locally Sourced, Grass-Fed Beef

SEATTLE, WASH. - Nestled into the up and coming Central District, Seven Beef brings a modern twist to Seattle's steakhouse scene.

Owners Eric and Sophie Banh, the same brother-sister duo who also brought you Monsoon and Ba Bar, say it's unlike any venture they've started thus far. That's because an enormous amount of time and energy goes into their in-house butchering operation. Whole grass-fed cows, sourced from a beef cattle farm Curtis, Wash., are brought to the restaurant. From there the in-house butcher cuts and dry ages the meat. Eric says the end result of all the extra work is more satisfying than anything he's done before.  

The restaurant is named after the traditional Vietnamese dish Bò 7 Món, or Beef Seven Ways, which is one of the featured dishes. Most dishes are prepared over a wood-fired grill in the open air kitchen. Modern, industrial finishes are elegantly juxtaposed against white table cloths, soft twinkle lights and vintage mismatched plates. A full bar, outdoor patio and a private dining area capped with a chandelier complete the space.

Seven Beef is located at 1305 E Jefferson St. in Seattle. Happy Hour is every day from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.. Dinner service runs Sunday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., and on Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. 

 

 

 

 

 

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