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    Black Bottle

    5 reviews

    Really enjoyed my food, but thought it was a tad bit on the more expensive side. Had a good time with friends, though the wait was long so be sure to make a reservation in advance!

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    Tractor Tavern

    3 reviews

    Square dancing every other Monday is the main reason I come here. They walk you through each dance beforehand so no experience is required, and it's always packed and lots of fun.

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    Elysian Brewing Company

    2 reviews

    Good beer, and your typical Northwest brewery/restaurant. The bar area is small, so not your best option if you're coming with a large group and you don't want a table.

  • 4

    King's Hardware

    2 reviews

    There are only 2 important things you need to know about King's Hardware - 1. They have skee ball and you'll have tons of fun here. 2. They have a great jukebox of songs that are chosen by the bartenders and staff. It's definitely packed on weekend evenings, but they have lots of long tables for seating space. It's not ...

  • 5


    2 reviews

    THE Friday and Saturday nightlife destination for nearly all of Seattle's brigade of gays. Leather bar in the front, Top 40 dance party and patio bar in the back, this staple of Capitol Hill nightlife is all things to all people. You may begin your evening at other bars on the Hill, but chances are, you'll always end up here.

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    Murphy's Pub

    2 reviews

    Neighborhood Pub

  • 7

    Gordon Biersch Brewing Co

    1 review

    Located at the very top of the Pacific Place in Downtown Seattle. They have good food here. If you are ordering their beer and wanted to see which one you wanted to order than you can ask for a sample and they will bring it to you free of charge! I am not a beer drinker but my husband says ...

  • 8

    Jules Maes Saloon

    1 review

    One of the many eateries in Georgetown....and a fave among the locals.

  • 9

    Beveridge Place Pub

    1 review

    My favorite bar in Seattle - laid back atmosphere with lots of comfy but non-matching furniture, great beer list, and you can bring your dogs (if well behaved like mine is most of the time). Doesn't serve food, but you can bring yours in or have it delivered from places nearby like Zeek's Pizza.

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    Sunset Tavern

    2 reviews

    I was not impressed with The Sunset Tavern (other than the very friendly and attentive staff). Drinks were good, but the pizza was nothing to write home about.

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    Hopvine Pub

    Great neighborhood pub!

  • 13

    Fremont Brewing Co.

    1 review

    Fremont Brewing has good beer, and is a laid back place to grab a pint (or a few) with friends, or bring your growler. Lots of outside seating at long, common tables. Didn't see food served, but I did watch as one group had pizza delivered to them in the beer garden, and others with sandwiches from Paseos.

  • 14

    Jazz Alley

    If you dig jazz, this is your spot in the NW...and what little is left of Seattle's surprisingly rich jazz history. Good dim vibe, and tip-top class acts.

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    The Park Pub

    1 review

    Good beer, and a good place to catch up with friends. There's some outside seating along the sidewalk, offering good people watching on warm evenings.

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