Bars in Bremerton

50% Off Irish Pub Fare and Drinks at Sully's Lounge

Sully's Lounge

Top of Queen Anne Hill

$10 $5

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Staple food and drink from the Emerald Isle such as fish and chips, shepherd's pie, and pints of Harp and Guinness

Up to 43% Off at The Lodge Sports Grille

The Lodge Sports Grille

Multiple Locations

$30 $17

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Half-pound handcrafted burgers, fish and chips, and aged steaks accompany more than 70 draught beers–all served in a rustic lodge setting

Up to 50% Off Small Plates and Drinks at Mix Martini Lounge

Mix Martini Lounge

Seattle

$35 $19

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Small plates such as beef tenderloin sliders and crab cakes paired with craft cocktails

47% Off at SPORT Restaurant & Bar – A John Howie Restaurant

SPORT Restaurant & Bar – A John Howie Restaurant

Seattle Center South Lake Union

$51 $27

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Chef John Howie's sports bar serves up hand-tossed flatbread pizzas alongside a shareable Ceasar salad and locally crafted brews

52% Off Food and Drinks at The Haven Pub

The Haven Pub

Parkland

$25 $12

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Classic pub food, such as pizza and burgers, served at bar with cold brews, karaoke, and music

Up to 52% Off Wine Tasting from Tres Hombres Wine Group

Tres Hombres Wine Group

Woodinville

$30 $15

Taste a dozen or more red or white wines from three area wineries in one sitting

Up to 58% Off Wine Totes and Tasting

Piccola Wine Company

Warehouse Winery District

$48 $20

Easy-to-transport totes hold the equivalent of two bottles of wine

50% Off Red Wines from Madsen Family Cellars

Madsen Family Cellars

Marvin Road

$114 $57

Award-winning vintages including merlot, cabernet franc, and cabernet sauvignon with free shipping

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Not content to conquer only the realm of family-style breakfast eats, Family Pancake House owner Robert Mathwig decided to try his hand at creating a classic sports bar with delicious eats and a variety of drinks. To that end, he helped his chefs assemble a menu of bar fare gussied up with fine ingredients, from asiago, parmesan, and romano mac 'n' cheese to beer-battered Alaskan cod served with chips.

The standard-with-a-twist dishes arrive at tables awash in the electronic glow of 15 flat-screen TVs and a jumbo projector screen broadcasting stimulating sports action or congressional-subcommittee meetings. Contests of skill play out on two pool tables, and outdoors, a patio with heated seating fends off Jack Frost's touch.

4111 Wheaton Way
Bremerton,
Washington
US

Located near the Bremerton Ferry Terminal, Bremerton Bar & Grill serves up fresh American cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a casual and family-friendly atmosphere. The menu includes entrees hot off the grill, including burgers and steaks as well as 18 draft beers, wine, and specialty cocktails. If the weather’s nice, diners can relax on the outdoor patio and heckle slow-moving seagulls.

190 Pacific Ave
Bremerton,
WA
US

Mulleady’s Irish Pub: A User’s Guide

Gourmet Irish Pub Cuisine | Irish Whiskey Flights | Craft Cocktails | Stone Fireplace

A Taste

  • Small plate: Mac & Blue with orecchiette and fourme d’ambert cheese sauce
  • Sandwich: The Plan B burger with a fried egg, Beecher’s Flagship cheddar, bacon, and garlic aioli
  • Entree: The Traditional with ham, bacon, black pudding, Irish knocker, scone, grilled tomato, two eggs, grilled potatoes, and baked beans

To Drink: Alongside local draught beers from Washington and Oregon brewers such as Odin’s Gift, tenders pour out spirit flights, including the Cooley Distillery Collection with Greenore 8 year, Connemara 12 year, and Tyroconnel single-malt Irish whiskey. In the mixology department, artisans whip up potions such as Liam's Libation: Jameson, banana, spiced syrup, lemon, and bitters.

When to Go: * Saturday and Sunday during brunch, when they serve up boxty, a pancake of potatoes and scallions popular in the north Midlands.

Where to Sit: Grab a sturdy wooden table near the towering stacked-stone fireplace, or belly up to the bar on a cherry-stained stool to admire the dozens of Irish whiskeys and scotches.

While You Wait

  • Play a game of darts.
  • Explore both levels of the cavernous pub.

Inside Tip

  • Don’t be disappointed if your favorite dish from last time isn’t available on the menu when you visit next. Both the food menu and the drink menu change regularly to incorporate fresh ingredients and to give local psychics some business.

If You Can’t Make It, Try This:

If you don’t mind forgoing the food and hopping right into the revelry, head to Conor Byrne Pub (5140 Ballard Avenue NW), an Irish-style watering hole that marries exposed brick walls, chandeliers, and live music.

3055 21st Ave W
Seattle,
WA
US

Barking Dog Alehouse: A User’s Guide

Craft Beers | Classic American Eats | Family-Friendly Atmosphere | Daily Happy Hour | 30+ Scotches

Sample Menu

  • Appetizer: black bean nachos with housemade pico de gallo
  • Entree: fish and chips with waffle fries and housemade tartar sauce
  • Dessert: chocolate-walnut brownie served à la mode

What to Drink: The bar’s 19 rotating taps feature beers from local favorites and microbrewers around the country. Bartenders also pour selections from an impressive collection of more than 30 scotches.

When to Go

  • Stop by from 3–6 p.m or 8–10 p.m. any day of the week for happy hour, which features discounts on imperial pints, house wines, well drinks, and appetizers.
  • To keep your brain nimble, swing by on Tuesday nights at 7:30 p.m. for pub trivia.

Inside Tip: Barking Dog Alehouse takes its family-friendly vibe seriously, offering a special kids’ menu packed with chicken tenders, burgers, and miniature ice cream sundaes.

705 NW 70th St
Seattle,
WA
US

Hidden in plain site, Knee High Stocking Co is a speakeasy for the Great Recession, inspired by cocktail and culinary techniques of our great grandparent's generation.

1356 E Olive Way
Seattle,
WA
US

Crab spring rolls. Thai curry penne. Grilled beef tenderloin. At the heart of this cuisine is executive chef Alvin Binuya, a man who has been profiled in and whose recipes have been featured in Seattle Dining!.

Binuya has been immersed in the world of food since he was just a boy, when he would use his parents' kitchen as a culinary laboratory to forge new flavors and antidotes for stale gingerbread men. He went on to hone his skills in culinary school and numerous restaurants before settling at Ponti Seafood Grill. Drawing from this expertise and using locally sourced ingredients, the chef fuses pan-Asian, European, and Pacific Northwest influences to create signature dishes such as grilled wild king salmon.

Ponti's dining spaces echo the villas of Tuscany. Warm colors and window-lined walls surround the restaurant's visitors as they sip selections from an award-winning wine list. Elsewhere, four private dining rooms give scenic views of the giant tarter-sauce bottles that float through Seattle's Ship Canal.

3014 3rd Ave N
Seattle,
WA
US