Seattle, WA 98117
- All Major Credit Cards
- Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Wheelchair Accessible
- Dinner, Lunch
- Full bar
- Not Accepted
- No Parking
Seattle Weekly's Description
Crown Hill's Thirsty Fish, which recently replaced the Acorn Eatery in 2010, has all the makings of a successful sports bar. For starters, it's clean, bright, and uncluttered, with a shining stainless steel horseshoe bar with a gaping plastic salmon hovering above. Most customers come in to watch football - there are a number of plasma TVs hanging on the walls - but if it's not a game day, plenty of entertainment is still available by way of pool tables, arcade games, pull tabs, and shuffleball. Make sure you behave and play nice; otherwise your photo might end up on the Thirsty Fish's Wall of Shame.
Tips from foursquare
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I'm a big fan of sports bars, so i'll have to try this place.