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Did we mention the patio? It seats more than 30.
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Bell+Whete, by the owners of Local 360, is at the ground floor of the 206 Bell Apartments, near the corner of 2nd and Bell.
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Inspired by the Anglo-Normans, the space is tricked out with roomy leather booths and various Old World-style trappings.
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Heads up! You'll want to grab the booths next to the large garage-door windows (thankfully there are plenty of those).
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The drink selection is gin- and beer-heavy, with 63 beers, Stumptown coffee, Marley's tonic and a rotating house cocktail all on tap.
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The black-on-white paintings about the kitchen service window were done by a local artisit and inspired from illustrations in the first cookbook ever printed in German, circa 1485.
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Tour de Viande is the thing to order if you want to sample what's best at Bell + Whete — it's a charcuterie board with housemade sausages, house-cured hams, foie gras torchon and smoked trout.
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The Tour de Viande comes with three house-cured hams - Lomo, Speck and Lardo
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The boar bratwurst, spicy saucisson garlic sausage, venison juniper porcini sausage and duck and foie gras sausage are made in-house and are a must try.
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