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Red Door

Map & Directions 3401 Evanston Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98103
  • Bar Food
  • Daily 11am-2am
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Private Party, Banquet Facilities, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Recommended for Large Parties, Accepted
  • Street


Seattle Weekly's Description

They've dropped "Alehouse" from the name and added hard liquor, a lounge, and a kid-friendly dining area. Centrally located in lower Fremont, it has huge, open windows that look out onto the canal, vaulted ceilings, and yes, a big red door. It also serves stiff drinks and is generally packed night after night-that includes the two bars and the giant outdoor patio. The Red Door has better-than-average pub food including good burgers, plus standards like a corned-beef Reuben, French dip, and fish and chips. The ahi tuna sandwich with lemon-dill spread exceeds pub expectations, and beer-steamed clams with a garlicky, buttery sauce are nice for sharing.

Member Reviews

  • colvig wrote a review for Red Door
    on 07/16/09

    Not digging this spot whatsoever. Too crowded. Pretentious patrons and the bartenders aren't very friendly

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Tips from foursquare

  • The Seattle Times on 06/04/10

    Menu of modestly-priced, good, pub fare: fresh, generous salads, a respectable clam chowder, good burgers, well-built sandwiches, hand-cut fries, excellent fish and chips and their famous mussels.

  • Jacob S. on 03/19/09

    have the beer of the month

  • Akvile on 01/18/11

    Their classic hot turkey sandwich is awesome-tastic! Great for lunch or dinner!

  • Jeremy L. on 01/12/11

    Spicy Black Bean Burger: delicious and SPICY!!!

  • Jonathan P. on 02/05/12

    The waitresses are rude. Tipped $2 on a $5 tab a they were mad but Rick the bartender is awesome!

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