Boxcar Ale House
Cuisine(s): Bar Food
Hours: Sun 10am-11pm, Mon-Thu 11am-1:30am, Fri-Sat 11am-2am
Payment Type(s): MasterCard, Visa, cash
Features: Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Vegetarian Friendly, Wheelchair Accessible
Serving: Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
Alcohol: Full bar
Reservations: Not Necessary
Parking: No Parking
Seattle Weekly's Description
Interbay's blue-collar Boxcar Ale House was inspired by the Burlington Northern rail yard across the street. At the bar, regulars down PBRs and go nuts over football games. In the back room, though, is where Boxcar's most popular activity goes down: karaoke, every Thursday and Saturday night. There's an elevated stage, a popular KJ named Easton, an extensive catalog that spans Springsteen to the Stone Temple Pilots, and a crowd of loyal enthusiasts who consider Boxcar's the best karaoke in the city.
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