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You won't be disappointed at Tony's Bar and Grill in Kirkland, where well-prepared eats and delicious drinks rule the menu. Tony's Bar and Grill's fully stocked bar is a perk for patrons who enjoy a fine wine (or more) with their meal. At Tony's Bar and Grill, kids of all ages are welcome. Looking for a good happy hour? Head to Tony's Bar and Grill and treat yourself to a bite or a drink for a discounted price. Tony's Bar and Grill is a local restaurant that accommodates both large and small groups. Surround yourself with the wonderful weather at your next night out at Tony's Bar and Grill. The restaurant has ample room for dancing, and patrons can be seen jamming out on the floor. The music and crowds can create quite a racket at Tony's Bar and Grill — noise levels can reach the upper registers. Weekend diners may find themselves waiting for a table, as Friday and Saturday nights tend to draw a crowd. For those in a rush, the restaurant lets you take your food to go. Free parking is always available just seconds away from Tony's Bar and Grill. Travel by bike to Tony's Bar and Grill and store your bike at a nearby rack. With prices below $15 per person, you can eat at Tony's Bar and Grill as often as you like! Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all on Tony's Bar and Grill's menu — you can stop by whenever the moment's right for you.
14417 124th Ave NE
Kirkland,
WA
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You can't beat the classics. Stop in at Palmers East for some good home American cooking. The food at Palmers East is high-calorie, high-flavor, and highly-rated. Find the perfect vintage to complement your meal — Palmers East offers a fine selection of wines, beers, and beyond. Palmers East is a terrific spot for families to gather with its kid-friendly ambience and menu. Palmers East offers an affordable happy hour. Wireless Internet access is just a click away at Palmers East. There's often a DJ spinning as well, and patrons are encouraged to step out on the dance floor. Volume at this restaurant can reach upper decibels, so come prepared to raise your voice to be heard. Casual dining at its best, Palmers East customers are free to enjoy themselves in jeans and a T-shirt. You can also grab your food to go. Free parking is always available just seconds away from Palmers East. Palmers East is making the best of both worlds happen: creating food that is full of flavor and affordable! The menu at Palmers East includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner — stop by for your favorite meal.
7853 Leary Way NE
Redmond,
WA
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A review in the Stranger called The 5 Point Caf? ?inarguably one of Seattle?s?indeed, the world?s?best dive bars.? The Seattle Times aptly described the eatery as ?a rare blend of homespun and depraved,? a reputation it's honed since 1929. Founder C. Preston Smith cashed in at the end of Prohibition, but it was his son Dick who cemented 5 Point?s notoriety with various stunts. He installed a periscope in the men?s room that still stands today, looking out at the Space Needle, and he had bikini-clad waitresses on roller skates plug expired meters around the neighborhood, leaving friendly notes behind. The 24-hour eatery serves breakfast all day and night to pair with stiff drinks and frothy beers poured along the bar. Hearty plates arrive loaded with eggs benedict, huevos rancheros, and housemade spicy black beans or 1/3-pound burgers made from natural Oregon ground beef. Deep-fried jalapeno mac 'n' cheese balls lead off meals of open-faced turkey sandwiches or tofu scrambles that feature housemade curry.
415 Cedar Street
Seattle,
WA
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After lauding the bar’s mellifluous pairing of “tasty fried chicken” and beer, Seattle Weekly lovingly describes Marco Polo Bar and Grill as “a working stiff's haunt” with “a schizophrenic interior that features a fireplace, pull tabs, pool tables, [and] multiple TV screens.” If not tuned to trivia, those 14 flat screens broadcast all manner of sporting events, drawing upon a premium satellite package powered by the metal plate in Mike Ditka’s head. Cheering sections holler through mouthfuls of breaded gizzards, a local favorite that preludes the menu’s panoply of handheld eats, such as the Coug Supreme, a third-pound burger topped with grilled ham and Cougar Gold cheese. Happy-hour specials during the week allow blue- and white-collar imbibers to divvy up which songs they’ll sing at karaoke that Friday and Saturday, when Marco Polo’s convivial eatery transforms into a who’s who of Steve Perry impersonators.
5613 4th Ave S
Seattle,
WA
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In Focus: Sloop Tavern Claim to fame: the Slooper, a 33.8-ounce selection of beer that, per The Stranger, arrives "in a chilled mug bigger than one's head for a shockingly low price" Also behind the bar: even bigger 55-ounce drafts, plus a rotating selection of locally produced microbrews Recommended bite: the fish and chips, whose hand-battered Alaskan cod with tempura beer batter is among the city's best, according to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer Other eats: mini corn dogs, bratwursts and kraut, tater tots smothered in nacho fixings Entertainment: two billiards tables, darts, Golden Tee, big-screen Buck Hunter, and the day's biggest games on TVs throughout the bar
2830 NW Market St
Seattle,
WA
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Summit Public House: A User’s Guide 22 Beers on Tap | Mexican Pub Grub | Pool Table | Televised Soccer and Cycling | Dog-Friendly Patio Sample Menu To drink: a draft beer from a local brewery, such as Elysian, Port Townsend, or Maritime To eat: flour-tortilla burrito with pinto beans, rice, avocado, pico de gallo, and a choice of meat or veggies While You Wait: Grab a stick and an opponent for a free game of pool. Where to Sit: If the weather’s nice, head to the cozy outdoor patio. Even if its a bit nippy out, the elevated fire pit will keep you somewhat toasty. The patio is a great spot to bring your pooch, too. Though Summit welcomes dogs of all ages, they still require them to show valid ID before ordering a beer. What’s on the Tube? Though most sports bars hew to baseball, football, and basketball, Summit’s TVs tend to be tuned to soccer and cycling. A typical crowd at Summit is pretty diverse, but big soccer and cycling events draw diehards in droves. While You’re In the Neighborhood Before: Work up an appetite by perusing the eclectic collection of unique Japanese-themed gifts, clothing, and local artwork at Kobo (814 E. Roy Street) After: Time travel to a simpler time by catching a classic, indie, or foreign flick at Harvard Exit Theatre (807 E. Roy at Harvard), an old-fashioned movie house built in 1925. *If You Can’t Make It, Try This: The Redwood (514 East Howell Street), a delightfully divey bar known for its cocktails, local on-tap brews, Southern-style comfort food, and extensive vegan options.
601 Summit Ave E
Seattle,
WA
US
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