Taking a trip to the pub is the best way to catch up on neighborhood gossip—even better than tapping neighbors' phone lines or getting into their homes under the guise of a phone-tapping-removal specialist. Get in the know with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of ale house cuisine and drinks
- $10 for $25 worth of ale house cuisine and drinks at lunch, redeemable Monday–Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Chefs pile sautéed onions and peppers atop burgers made from organic Oregon County beef ($10); blend a New Orleans–style gumbo with shrimp, roast chicken, and andouille sausage atop dirty rice ($10); and blacken Cajun-spiced salmon before placing it atop organic french baguettes ($13). Check out the full menu.
74th Street Ale House
Jeff Eagan and Jeff Reich were enamored with the origin of the English public house as a community gathering place, often founded when a person opened his home (and beer supply) to his neighbors. In 1991, inspired by Seattle's thriving microbrew scene, the pair decided to establish their own pub—opening the doors of three locations throughout the city. Since then, the 74th Street Ale House and its two sister pubs have fostered a sense of community among guests through helpings of American ale house cuisine, traditional English ales, and regular craft-beer events.
Each day, chef Kathy Christopher crafts lean broiled burgers, Southern-style gumbo, and sandwiches using local Cascioppo Brothers sausage and beef and organic The Essential Baking Company bread. Every Wednesday, staffers tap a firkin of locally brewed, small-batch, cask-conditioned ale from a different brewery. On the first Tuesday of each month, they feature a specialty-craft-beer barrel accompanied by a brewery representative who answers questions about the craft, such as what music they play to the beer while it ferments.
95% of 1,368 customers recommend
“Nice cozy neighborhood bar. Good feelings.”
“Daily soup specials are great”
“Always great beers on tap and the Chicken sandwich is a solid go-to if you don't know what to get.”