American/New American, Southern/Creole/Cajun
Price Scale

Nashville’s signature hot chicken—brined for 48 hours, fried, then daubed in spice-saturated crimson lard—has arrived in Seattle. Moreover, it’s landed at an unassuming bar with a wide-angle view of Mount Rainier and the regular rumble of airplanes landing across the street at Boeing Field. Chicken comes naked, medium, Nashville hot, or insane; even the mild will make things tingle. The rest of the small menu has way more finesse than you’d expect at a place with video game tables and a black velvet Pegasus painting on the wall: smoked gouda mac and cheese, fried green tomatoes, a wedge salad with dressing and bacon both made in-house.

Meal Times
Brunch, Dinner, Lunch

Sisters and Brothers

1128 South Albro Place, Seattle, WA, 98108
Georgetown  •  206-762-3767
Tues–Sun 11am–12am