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Bar Food in Seattle

  • Spur Gastropub
    113 Blanchard St. | Belltown

    The problem with so many of today's flailing attempts at modernist cuisine and molecular gastronomy is that, in their breathless fascination with all the goop, gear, and gadgetry involved in... More on Spur Gastropub »

  • LloydMartin
    1525 Queen Anne Ave. N. | Queen Anne

    LloydMartin, a thoroughly manly joint named for owner Sam Crannell's grandfathers, is a kind of haute-cuisine hangout, where folks can repair for a glass of wine or plate of pasta without first... More on LloydMartin »

  • Quinn's Pub
    1001 E. Pike St. | Capitol Hill

    Quinn's Pub has some of the best bar food in Seattle - the frites with fontina fondue and demi-glace (read: poutine) are particularly savory. It should also be a destination for any whiskey lover... More on Quinn's Pub »

  • Dante's
    3 reviews
    5300 Roosevelt Way N.E. | University District

    Those people who claim the University of Washington lacks a consistently great bar within walking distance of campus-and there are many-have never been to Dante's. A self-proclaimed "U-District... More on Dante's »

  • Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub
    10 reviews
    1916 Post Alley | Pike Place Market

    Ireland meets the Pacific Northwest in this Pike Place Market back-alley pub, whose dim wooden rooms seem like they should smell like peat smoke and potato farmers (but don't) and where even... More on Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub »

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  • Can Can
    7 reviews
    94 Pike St. | Pike Place Market

    Entering Can Can is like walking into Moulin Rouge-not the Parisian tourist trap, the Baz Luhrmann movie. The surreal dinner club serves up cocktails, dinner, and two burlesque shows a night, with... More on Can Can »

  • Shorty's Coney Island
    7 reviews
    2222 2nd Ave. | Belltown

    Where else can you have your pick of cheap beer - from Hamm's to PBR - and play arcade games like Big Buck Game Hunter, all under the watchful gaze of velvet clown portraits and carnival-themed... More on Shorty's Coney Island »

  • Honey Hole
    7 reviews
    703 E. Pike St. | Capitol Hill

    Once your settled Honeyhole is a godsend, delivering tasty meats and veggies on an enticing array of freshly baked breads. Hot sandwiches-like the Buford T. Justice, with tangy pulled pork,... More on Honey Hole »

  • Zig Zag Cafe
    6 reviews
    1501 Western Ave. | Pike Place Market

    The Zig Zag, on the Western steps, has the look of a sexy lounge and the vibe of a seedier joint in a much seedier town. The lounge seating is stylized, with semicircular, emerald mohair and... More on Zig Zag Cafe »

  • The Alibi Room
    5 reviews
    85 Pike St. | Pike Place Market

    For the only ironclad alibi that actually contains the word alibi, go to the Alibi Room. This is definitely a local bar, mainly because it's so easy to miss. Especially because the yards and yards... More on The Alibi Room »

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