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Owl 'N' Thistle is a casual little Irish pub tucked away on narrow Post Avenue, on the fringe of Pioneer Square, and it clearly encourages its slightly clandestine atmosphere. It serves pub fare consisting of burgers and such, with nothing too Irish except the Guinness beef stew. The good beer selection includes Guinness, which is properly hand-pumped. On any given night, one is likely to hear live Celtic music or a poetry reading. There is also a game room located just off the main bar with pool and darts.
Kells Irish Restaurant and Pub is always full of lively lads and lassies. Located just above Pike Place Market in a historic building, the pub serves a mix of authentic Irish and Northwest cuisines. You'll find dishes like steak and kidney pie, leg of lamb, pasties and ballycastle sausage roll. There is regular live entertainment and a small spot for outdoor dining.
The Pine Box is an elegant bar in town. The brainchild of Ian Roberts, its antique elements, artisan woodwork, high ceiling, huge mirrors and glass windows, create a distinct charm that just grows on you every time you visit this place. They have 30 tap beers and more than 40 varieties of whiskey from all over the country. Enjoy their happy hours and nosh on the tasty bites.
Quinn's serves a comprehensive menu of upscale pub cuisine in a casual but chic setting. It's a gastropub to the fullest, with menu items that include salads and sandwiches, beef tartare, foie gras, mussels, pork ribs, fish n' chips, burgers and more. The wild boar sloppy joe is particularly delicious. With 14 beers on tap and an impressive selection of bourbons and whiskeys, this pub is known for its drinks. Order a craft beer and relax with good friends and good food.
At George & Dragon Pub the decor is traditional with dark wood paneling and a large, impressive bar. The outside terrace is a great place to dine and drink under the stars on warm nights. Entertainment includes pool and darts. Draft beer options include many British imports like Double Diamond and Bass. Regional microbrews can be purchased in bottles. For dinner, there is traditional British fare including shepherd's and kidney pie.
Enter Mulleady's Irish Pub and immediately be greeted by blues playing in the background, dim lighting and a glowing fireplace. With an exhausting range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, Mulleady's Irish Pub serves craft beers as well as beers on tap. The food is not left behind in quality or taste either. Try the battered scallions or the macaroni and cheese with bacon. The first floor acts as a great hang-out for friends, with a pool table and dart board.
Grab a Guinness and a chair and sit back against the warm brick walls of this engaging Irish pub to enjoy the scene. There is a long, mirrored bar and the main floor is full of calm regulars and boisterous Irish-music enthusiasts. Open fiddling and dancing nights, as well as local bands including house band the Suffering Gaels, fill up the weekly schedule. Those looking for low-impact exercise can play pool or throw darts.
Beveridge Place Pub is extremely popular among locals in Seattle. It may have something to do with the wide variety of pub games available, including darts, foosball, shuffleboard, old school arcade games, and a stack of communal board games. But the main star here is most definitely their staggering selection of draught beers and bottled beers, both local and from around the world. With antique decor and a relaxed atmosphere, this cozy and casual pub is the perfect place to grab a drink and make some new friends.
Introducing Australian cuisine to Seattle, Kangaroo & Kiwi is a popular pub in the Ballard neighborhood. And just as they promise, the Australian flavor reflects in the decor, the laid-back ambiance, the classic Australian fare and unlimited flow of beer and wine. An entire day packed with entertainment is assured with the screening of sports matches, a well-equipped game room, happy hour, quiz nights and other weekly events.
St. Andrews Bar & Grill is an eatery which dishes up traditional American fare which is adorned with TVs, sports artifacts and comfortable seating. Crowds throng the place during sporting events and revel in the matches, while sipping the diverse collection of scotch, specialty cocktails or draft beers. The cuisine served here is way above standard bar-fare, wherein the chef personally picks out the freshest of veggies and meats to prepare for the day.
Just north of downtown, this wonderful little ale-house attracts customers for relaxing nights of fun. For entertainment, patrons enjoy watching sporting events and playing on several nice pool tables and darts. The alehouse features a selection of more than 20 microbrews on tap. Most beers are of Northwest origin, but the selection changes frequently. The menu of pub food includes burgers and fries and fish-and-chips, plus a selection of sandwiches, salads and lighter fare.