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Calamity Jane's

Recommended

Bar, Restaurant
5701 Airport Way S

Claire Price

Calamity Jane’s sort-of-vintage chandeliers, cowgirl logo, etc., approximate the Georgetown historic aesthetic, and the building’s the genuine article (a 1909 hotel). The antique oak bar came from the defunct Georgetown Tavern. The scene’s neighborly (“Billy bought your first beer,” says the barkeep to a guy sitting alone). And what comes out of the kitchen—which, through its door and window, seems lit by its own close-range fluorescent sun—is unpretentious and satisfying good ol’ American food. Get soup, the ribs if they have them, and definitely dessert, made by Janice with love.

This place is closed.

Calamity Jane's

5701 Airport Way S, Seattle, WA 98108
206-763-3040
Hours: Mon-Wed 11 am-10 pm, Thurs-Sat 11 am-2 am
Restaurant Details
  • Features Bar/Happy Hour, Breakfast/Brunch, Outdoor Seating, Free Wi-Fi
  • Cuisine Burgers, Pub Grub
Bar Details
  • Features Full Menu, Happy Hour, Snacks Available
  • Scene Themed
Read Reviews (19)

Good food, art and service

Had great service, food & the art was very interesting to look at! Try it, you'll like it!
Posted by Mandy L. on June 17, 2011 at 2:17 PM · Report this

I live in Gtown

So yes they are not open on Sunday. Other then that it's a great place to eat. The bbq sliders are the best. I've had everything on the menu at least once. It's really all good. The service is the best you will get in Gtown...Trust me I know since I've wait 2 hours for a pizza at Stellar and was totally forgotten about at Smarty Pants. The only other place that has great food is Juls Mae's and the Hanger Cafe. CJ's is one of the best in Gtown.
Posted by I live in Gtown on August 21, 2008 at 3:42 PM · Report this

Go There

I have never done a food review before, but Calamity Jane's compels me. Every time I've gone there the food has been wonderful and the service competent and friendly. I do notice it seems kind of empty, overall, and I am writing this message because I hope things improve. Just go there, and you will want to come back. And these people who deserve to do a good deal of business will, and their will be harmony in our universe. (And order their Shepard's Pie. It just might change your life).
Posted by Dave Felker on January 14, 2008 at 1:33 PM · Report this

Veggie Cottage Pie!

This is the best vegetarian shep pie (Cottage Pie) I have ever had! Amazing, I would totally go back for it.
Posted by Geofre on January 7, 2008 at 12:53 PM · Report this

Basic doesn't mean average

Four of us went on a Friday at about 6:30. My date had crab/shrimp sandwich, I had angel hair pasta with clam sauce, and the other folks had grilled ahi salad. Everything was way above average, and the crab/shrimp melt was wonderful, although it cost 14 bucks, which is an expensive sandwich. The service was fast and friendly. It's a pretty large place for Georgetwon, with about 15 tables, and the parking could be better ( we had to walk a block to get there ), but all in all, worth the trip.
Posted by Libby_O on December 15, 2007 at 11:52 AM · Report this

Best food in G-Town

If you're looking for a bar that can't be reached for the crowding or a half-hour wait for a table, this isn't the place. I eat out at least four days a week, and lately CJ's gets three of them. I've never had a bad item on the menu, and the crowwd seems normal when I stop in, usually 7:30 or 8:00 PM. Maybe the food tastes different from the street, but it's pretty damn good at the table. Tonight's special was a crab and shrimp sandwich, and baby, it was good.
Posted by flannelback on December 14, 2007 at 8:40 PM · Report this

Uh ...

Does it seem to anyone else like the employees of the restaurant are writing the reviews of this place? I actually agree with the reviewers who comment about the lack of patrons. Hey, it IS Georgetown, after all. Nice, but usually empty. (I saw no one licking their plates, by the way.)
Posted by VW BUG on December 2, 2007 at 7:20 PM · Report this

Take Out or Go In

The food is refereshingly different, and the sauce on the burgers is world class. I'm a picky eater, and I've got no complaints about any of it. The Happy Hour is greata, and the folks are fast and friendly. What's not to like?
Posted by JamesO on November 29, 2007 at 3:03 PM · Report this

The Brunch of Heaven

Sunday brunch has become a habit in a few short weeks. They've only been serving on Sunday mornings for a little while, but everything I've tried is perfect. From Steak and Eggs to Benedicts and back - it's perfect. The happy hour gives you a place to actually talk, and people you'd actually like to talk to. For a new joint in Georgetown, it's off to a good start.
Posted by b_edward on November 29, 2007 at 2:01 PM · Report this

As Good as G-Town gets

Unlike VAL, I actually eat in a place before I review it... I went in on a slow night, and the staff treated me like I was family, or at least a welcome guest. No too-hip-for-you stuff. The food was 'way better than I expected for such reasonable prices - are these gourmet chefs slumming, or talented youngsters? Worth a trip out of the way.
Posted by Volupticat on November 29, 2007 at 1:26 PM · Report this
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