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Barking Dog Alehouse

Map & Directions 705 N.W. 70th St.
Seattle, WA 98117
  • Breakfast, Pacific Northwest
  • Sun, Sat 11am-11pm, Mon-Fri 11am-10pm
  • All Major Credit Cards, cash, ATM/Debit
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
  • Full bar, Pitchers
  • Not Accepted
  • Street


Seattle Weekly's Description

With pints from Mac & Jack's, Hale's, Elysian, Snoqualmie, Diamond Knot, Georgetown, and Maritime breweries on its $3.50 happy-hour draft list, the Barking Dog Alehouse is the perfect place to get intimately acquainted with Seattle's local breweries. The Barking Dog also offers an extensive single-malt Scotch menu and a large selection of hard ciders. And with an outdoor seating area-simple wooden picnic benches and a stand-up bar looking out at its residential neighbors-the Barking Dog serves as an obvious place to tie up Fido, should you find yourself developing a bit of a thirst as you walk by.

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  • The Seattle Times on 06/02/10

    32 revolving taps and 150 single-malt scotches. The menu is eclectic and ambitious. On it you'll find lobster bisque, wonton-wrapped pork shumai, Thai seafood cakes, tofu fries and black-bean nachos.

  • Jubal H. on 11/20/09

    Great IPA. Otherwise known as the Ballard Office

  • Danny S. on 08/18/11

    Watch out for the bar flys!

  • Travis W. on 09/10/10

    I love this place! The ever changing beer selection is top notch and the food is stellar. Have always had excellent service.

  • Kevin F. on 06/09/10

    Sadly, that review from the Seattle times is well over 4 years old. :D

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