Seattle, WA 98122
Seattle Weekly's Description
Captain Black's is like a Ballard bar stuck in the middle of Capitol Hill. There aren't any salty sea captains hanging around, but anchors and oil paintings of ships line the walls, and the wood paneling and friendly barkeeps give Black's an easy, laidback feel. Manny's and Peroni are on tap, Old Chub and Tecate are available by the bottle, and the food offerings - fried chicken and waffles, mac and cheese, etc.-are a comfort lover's dream. But the best thing about Captain Black's is the outdoor seating, perfect for sprawling out with some greasy food, some good friends, and lots of beer.
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