Bars in Seattle


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  • The Blarney Stone Pub and Restaurant
    Every Monday night, The Blarney Stone opens its doors to a very special group of people—the geeks. Their weekly hosted trivia night, lovingly called "Geeks Who Drink," allows eggheads and trivia buffs of all walks of life to come together and test their wits as they feast on Irish classics such as the shepherd’s pie and halibut and chips. Meanwhile, cozied up to the bar or tucked behind a table, those who hide their geekiness under a bushel basket can mutter the answers under their breath while nursing an expertly poured pint of Guinness or tearing into one of the pub’s many flavorful burgers. In addition to the trivia night, patrons can satisfy their need for competition with NFL broadcasts and an accompanying football breakfast, a big-screen hookup to a Nintendo Wii, and paired pool tables and dart boards.
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    1416 1st Ave.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Bit Saloon
    Live music rocks the floor at 2 Bit Saloon, where friendly bartenders slake thirst with strong drinks and local bands take the stage at least four nights a week. Whether it's Cemetery Lust or Blood & Thunder jamming on Metal Mondays or alternative and punk bands, such as The Rams Rams or Cadillac Radio, on the weekend, 2 Bit Saloon sticks to its simple mission to have the best time every time. Though dim lighting overtakes the tavern, bartenders have no problem overfilling cups with PBR and Bud Light or mixing up margaritas and Bloody marys. The kitchen churns out hearty bar eats, including chili dogs and nachos, and on Sunday mornings, the saloon doors fly open at 10 a.m. for breakfast burritos and mimosas amid the glow of Seahawks games or Buns of Steel infomercials.
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    4818 17th Ave NW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Kangaroo and Kiwi Pub
    A local pub from Down Under featuring Australian and New Zealand beers, sporting events, and legendary parties.
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    7305 Aurora Ave N
    Seattle, WA US
  • King's Hardware
    King’s Hardware: A User's Guide American Bar Food | Craft Beers on Tap | Skeeball and Games | Natural and Locally Sourced Ingredients Sample Menu Appetizer: Irish nachos—hand-cut fries topped with cheddar, chopped bacon, green onions, and sour cream Burger: After School Special—burger with peanut butter and bacon Cocktail: Midtown Mule—gin, ginger beer, cucumber, lime, and cardamom bitters About the Ingredients: King’s Hardware makes its burgers with antibiotic- and hormone-free beef raised in the Pacific Northwest. Its eggs come from free-range hens and its produce is sourced locally when possible. Where to Sit: If it’s crowded inside, seek respite on the spacious patio in the back. About the Name: It’s leftover from the space’s previous tenant, an actual hardware shop that may or may not have belonged to an actual king. When to Go: For chicken-wing fans, it’s hard to top Monday night’s 27-cent wing special. Though the special is generally unadvertised, the bar still serves about 1,000 wings each Monday night, according to The Seattle Times. While You're Waiting: Challenge a friend to a game on the bar’s two skeeball machines. Admire the taxidermy mounted along the walls, which ranges from deer and rams to the pelt of a full-grown cougar. Dogs Welcome: Most nights, servers accommodate visiting pups with bowls of water served on the heated, semi-covered patio. However, on Friday and Saturday nights the bar gets too crowded to allow dogs. If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Owner Linda Derschang’s culinary empire includes the eponymous Linda’s Tavern (707 E. Pine Street) and part-café, part-bar Oddfellows (1525 10th Avenue), among others.
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    5225 Ballard Ave NW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Ray's Boathouse and Café
    Ray's Boathouse and Café: A User’s Guide Award-Winning Seafood | Fresh, Local Ingredients | Specialty Cocktails | Breathtaking Waterfront Views | Boathouse or Café Dining Sample Menu From the boathouse: Puget Sound mediterranean mussels and almond-crusted, gluten-free wild Northwest Pacific halibut served with quinoa and spinach From the café: cup of Ray’s clam chowder and the wild Northwest salmon sandwich Where to Sit: The sophisticated boathouse serves upscale seafood and steak, and the more casual café, located on the restaurant's top deck, also plates sandwiches and pasta. But breathtaking views can be found in both locations. For views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains, sit at the boathouse's 30-foot bar or the open-air café. When to Go: Daily happy hour takes place from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at both the boathouse and the café, and again at the café from 9 p.m. until closing. Whenever you go, don't worry about parking—it's free, and there's even complimentary valet during peak hours. The Cocktails: In the boathouse you might order a Honey Bee—gin, St. Germain, honey, bitters, and an edible blossom, whereas the café serves straight up and frozen specialties, like the Lemon Refresher—Limoncello, Cointreau, house sours, and lemonade. High Praise "The luxurious Pacific Northwest chowder rightly puts strips of tempura-fried razor clams on a pedestal constructed of potatoes, celery, fennel and smoked salmon." — Seattle Times The smoked sablefish is "so moist and tender that juice ran free as I nudged it with a fork . . . This was the clear winner on our table." — Seattle Magazine
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    6049 Seaview Avenue Northwest
    Seattle, WA US
  • St Andrews Bar and Grill
    St. Andrews Bar and Grill: A User’s Guide Euro-Style Pub | Fish and Chips | 80 Single Malt Scotches | Live Soccer Broadcasts Sample Menu Appetizer: Rod Steward Onion Rings Salad: spinach salad with mushrooms, bacon, onion, parmesan cheese, and balsamic vinaigrette Sandwich: Robert the Bruce burger with cheddar, grilled onions, bacon, and guacamole What to Drink: Single malt scotch. More than 80 distilleries can be found on the scotch menu, and they’re even grouped by the region of Scotland from which they hail. Come for the Scotch, Stay for the Soccer: The bar broadcasts international and local soccer matches (as well as other sports) on its collection of 11 high-definition flat screen televisions and one 130-foot projection screen. Fans of European football and the Seattle Sounders can gather here to watch their matches, even when they start at odd times. Be sure and check out the viewing schedule to see when your team plays next. While You’re Waiting: Try to accurately pronounce all the scotch distilleries listed on the blackboard behind the bar. You may have difficulty with a few of them—particularly Caol Ila, Bruichladdich, Auchentoshan, and Bunnahabhain. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Work up an appetite with a jaunty walk around Green Lake Trail After: Keep the beer flowing with a trip to Naked City Brewery and Tap House, and see if you can’t catch some live jazz or a classic flick in the screening room (8564 Greenwood Ave. N.) If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Check out the revolving lineup of 27 craft beers on tap at Duck Island Ale House (7317 Aurora Ave. N.)
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    7406 Aurora Ave N
    Seattle, WA US

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