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Harlow's Saloon

Map & Directions 5200 Ballard Ave. NW
Seattle, WA 98107
  • Bar Food
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Snacks
  • Full bar
  • Not Accepted
  • No Parking


Seattle Weekly's Description

Harlow's is a new shot-and-a-beer bar that opened late last year and fills the niche of a dirt-cheap place to booze on the old Ballard Ave strip. Its most prominent feature is a cooler stocked with cans of Milwaukee's Best, Schmidt's, and Icehouse - the Holy Trinity of low-end brews. The walls are dark crimson with black trim, and there's a little mezzanine level with seating for about 20 people. Two tabletop arcade consoles (Ms. Pacman and Galaga) and a stack of board games are kept behind the bar. If you want some more interactive entertainment, go Wednesday night for karaoke.

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  • Matthew H. on 12/03/10

    5200 Ballard Avenue. It will be the best new dive bar in Ballard, opening December 8th....

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