Started as a creperie in 1997 by owner and chef Margaret Edwins, 611 Supreme is a little taste of Paris. With traditional French bistro fare (think: salade niçoise and brined pork), as well as crepes of just about every variety, this restaurant exudes a certain je ne sais quoi. Complete your meal with a cocktail from their seasonal drink menu: all are made with top-quality ingredients and showcase bold, innovative flavors.
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611 E Pine St.
Seattle, WA 98122
- Mon 5–11; Tue–Fri 11–3, 5–11; Sat & Sun 9–3, 5–11 Cocktails until 2am
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