- Family Restaurant
Billy's is named for a Billy who did, in fact exist in Aberdeen's colorful past. These were times when opportunists flourished and flamboyant operators often controlled the growing towns. In an area teaming with lumbering, fishing and sailing activity around the early part of our century, baby-faced Billy stands out as a figure of considerable notoriety. A man of dashing savoir-faire, Billy was, at first, admired and respected as secretary of the local sailor's union headquartered above the Grand Saloon. Soon, however, Billy began to make up his own rules, directed by a spirit of melodrama and self-serving adventure.
Eventually, mysterious arsons, murders, robberies and shootings were traced to Billy and his overly enthusiastic methods of operation. After a sensational trial, Billy was sent to prison where, we're happy to report, he was a model prisoner. Well, non of us is perfect, folks, and Billy, in his brief but spectacular career, at least gave it his best shot.
Billy G., who occasionally likes to engage in a little social gambling (the money was passed under the table), was very superstitious about the way he ran his business and never varied from his ''Lucky 7'' house rules. We kind of like them and have adopted them for use today:
1. Always serve high quality food and beverages.
2. Be generous with the portions.
3. Give the fastest, friendliest service in town.
4. Operate a lively, but orderly establishment.
5. Have a rip-roarin time every St. Patricks Day and New Years Eve.
6. Always sell the house liq
- 12 Beers on tap including Northwest Micro-brews
- Happy Hour 8:30pm - closing Monday - Friday
- Full Bar
- YAK Burgers
- Breakfast served 7:00am - 11:30am Daily
Whom to Contact
- Gary Running