Restaurant | American
The Leary Traveler
For a small, neighborhood joint, The Leary Traveler boasts a surprisingly sizable menu featuring fancy pub grub from around the world. Steak frites, poutine, corned-beef on rye, cauliflower and spinach curry, seasonal beggars purses made of stuffed phyllo pastry and the falafel highlight the lunch/dinner menu. Brunch features corned-beef hash, eggs Benedict, and Belgian waffles. It has a delightfully disorienting approach to food and drink that is only accentuated by its location along a non¬descript stretch of road between the Fremont and Ballard neighborhoods known as "Frellard."
4354 Leary Way N.W.
Seattle, WA 98109
Hours: 11 a.m.-2 a.m. Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-2 a.m. Saturday-Sunday
Average price of a dinner entrée:
$10 - $15
$15 - $25
$25 and over
Note: Price reflects average breakfast or lunch
entrée if that is restaurant's primary meal.
Meals available: Lunch, Dinner
Alcohol: Wine, Beer, Liquor
Payment forms: All major credit cards
Parking: Street parking
Disabled access: Yes
From The Times
Globe-trotting cuisine at funky little Leary Traveler (July 12, 2013)
By Tyrone Beason
The Leary Traveler pub in the nondescript stretch of road between Seattle’s Fremont and Ballard neighborhoods known as “Frellard” features fancy pub grub from around the world.
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