Seattle, WA 98125
- Sun-Thu 8am-12am, Fri-Sat 8am-2am
Seattle Weekly's Description
Across the street from the Jackson Park public golf course sits this unassuming little corner tavern that, if not for a few neon beer signs, could be confused for a Bavarian-style private home. Caroline's has one small, carpeted room usually full of blue collar regulars. Prices are low: A draft of Georgetown Brewing's Lucille IPA and a Tanqueray and tonic are, combined, less than $10. Some beers are served in mason jars, there's a fair amount of Steely Dan on the jukebox, and the only barrier to entry are a pair of Nutcracker sentries guarding the door.
Tips from foursquare
Cute bartenders, friendly patrons, pool and food. Good place to wet your whistle.
I sit bye the pool area with back agaist the wall