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A thriving music scene exists here, with local and national acts playing in small clubs and major event venues. Seattle also hosts national sports teams, including football, baseball, soccer and women’s basketball.

The city offers an array of annual events that are locally and nationally appealing, drawing huge crowds year after year. The Boat Show, Bite of Seattle, Seafair Festival, Pride Parade, Bumbershoot music festival, Northwest Folklife Festival and numerous film festivals are a tribute to Seattle’s cultural diversity.

Foodies and casual diners alike will delight in Seattle’s culinary offerings. Waterfront dining, informal bistros, historic restaurants, stall vendors at Pike Place Market and the mobile truck trend have all contributed to a city known for excellent cuisine and memorable dining experiences. Award-winning chefs and restaurants abound in each of the city’s distinctive neighborhoods.

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Guide - Nightlife - Pub

74th Street Ale House

7401 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103 206-784-2955

Description: NORTH METRO. Billed as a great place for folks to gather, this friendly pub is just that. Long and narrow, the place compels patrons to meet and greet, capturing the true spirit of the traditional public house. Added to the mix is the fantastic food, which departs from the usual "wings and things" mentality to include specials like salmon nicoise, chicken enchiladas, and Big Easy-style gumbo. Of course, the true draw is the wide beer selection, which includes Mac & Jacks African Amber, Diamond Knot IPA, and Rogue Dead Guy Ale.
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Attic Alehouse and Eatery

4226 E Madison St, Seattle, WA 98112 206-323-3131

Description: MADISON PARK. This friendly, local place is a favorite with folks in the neighborhood, who often relax in the cozy surroundings and chat with whoever's around. You'll find a good selection of beers, including about a dozen drafts, and there's also pub food for added energy (burgers and sandwiches, along with a variety of hot dinner specials). TVs scattered throughout the space ensure that you won't miss big games, and since the pub is open late, you know that you'll be in good company, especially on busy weekend nights. On mild days, try to score a sidewalk seat to scope out passersby and enjoy the sun.
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Circa Neighborhood Grill & Ale House

2605 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116 206-923-1102

Description: WEST SEATTLE. Decorated with wrought iron fixtures and painted tangerine and aubergine hues, this sleek neighborhood pub perfectly mirrors the upstart attitude of its West Seattle environs. In the evenings, area professionals stop in to enjoy a microbrew or glass of wine at the refreshingly subdued bar. The menu offers a unique take on the concept of pub grub, winning patrons with dishes like Spanish-style fried calamari with lemon-garlic aioli, chicken jambalaya with andouille sausage, and enchiladas. Innovative egg dishes (served at weekend brunches) have become somewhat of a local legend.
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Conor Byrne Pub

5140 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107 206-784-3640

Description: FREMONT. An authentic Irish pub in the Ballard area, Conor Byrne offers patrons a cozy setting in which to enjoy a pint of stout and a bit of live music, be it traditional Irish, jazz, folk, or bluegrass. While elegant chandeliers softly light the beautiful mahogany bar, the pub's exposed brick walls are adorned with various pieces of local artwork and several pieces of Irish-related memorabilia.
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Fadó Irish Pub

801 1st Ave, Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA 98104 206-264-2700

Description: DOWNTOWN. This character-laden hotspot offers authentic Irish pub atmosphere with food, drink, and entertainment to match. Inside, you'll find quintessential dark-wood bar areas, cozy nooks, and plenty of "pub" ambiance. The place tends to get packed quickly after the sun goes down, and many nights, Fadó features live music ­ dancing is always encouraged ­ as well as special events to celebrate soccer (football!) matches. To mark your visit, stop by the gift shop and pick up a few things Irish. And remember to arrive early to snag a table and avoid a cover charge (which is cash-only).
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George & Dragon Pub

206 N 36th St, Seattle, WA 98103 206-545-6864

Description: FREMONT. Located between Palentine and Greenwood, many regard the George & Dragon Pub as the UK's Seattle embassy, and it does attract its share of expats. Indeed, when "football's on the telly," you can expect to see this authentic English pub packed to the hilt with folks clamoring to see Arsenal, Man-United, and the like. All the usual suspects are present and accounted for at the taps, whether it's John Courage, Bass, or Newcastle you crave. In addition, the menu features classic pub fare like bangers & mash and shepherd's pie.
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Hilltop Ale House

2129 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 206-285-3877

Description: QUEEN ANNE. Enjoying a stately location and spectacular views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains, this red-brick pub has earned a loyal following with its friendly service, good food, and terrific selection of local and imported ales, ciders, and stouts. So homey is Hilltop that it's not uncommon to come in on consecutive nights and find the same folks sitting in the same spots and enjoying the same great beers. An added draw is the gourmet menu, which features spicy gumbo, steak and Guinness pot pie, fresh zesty fish tacos, and signature, Asian-inspired halibut cakes.
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Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub

1916 Post Alley, Pike Place Market, Seattle, WA 98101 206-728-1916

Description: DOWNTOWN. If you're around Pike Place Market, you'll definitely want to ferret out Kells, whose location can seem nearly hidden. The authentic Irish pub offers traditional decor and distinct areas for dining and drinking. Draft beers include Harp and Carlsberg, and you'll also find ever-popular Guinness and a host of Seattle microbrews, plus single malt scotches. The menu boasts favorites like shepherd's pie, Irish stew, roast, and pasties, along with a few American standards. Live Irish music every night adds to the pub's appeal, and there's even an outdoor patio where you can people-watch and relax.
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Latona Pub

6423 Latona Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98115 206-525-2238

Description: NORTH METRO. Regional brews like Red Hook, Elysian, and Pike Place are given top billing at this tavern, which has made a complete turn-around from the dive it was a decade ago. Today, large windows, high ceilings, and marble-topped tables join pastel hues and live jazz, blues, and folk music to create a scene that's unquestionably upscale. Although the beer list rotates frequently, you can always count on one cask-conditioned offering. Scrumptious food choices include dishes like beef burgundy pot pie, duck confit salad, wild salmon filet, and chicken curry.
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Molly Maguire's

610 NW 65th St, Seattle, WA 98117 206-789-9643

Description: BALLARD. With a friendly clientele that includes tourists, blue collar folks, young professionals, and occasional students, Molly's may seem more like a family reunion at times than a bar full of complete strangers. Here things are as they should be: the Guinness pours rich and dark while tenors sing the praises of fair Irish women ­ and that's just on Wednesday nights! In addition to live music, Molly's sponsors pool tournaments and trivia nights. A traditional pub menu is available, and a full Irish breakfast is served every Sunday.
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Owl 'n Thistle Irish Pub

808 Post Ave, Seattle, WA 98104 206-621-7777

Description: DOWNTOWN. Unassuming and unpretentious, this Irish pub offers laid-back ambience for its cast of regulars and for first-timers who drop in. The menu makes available Emerald Isle classics like fish and chips, Guinness beef stew, and shepherd's pie; the bar offers Guinness, Harp, and local microbrews. Nightly music performances include sets by the pub's house band and by other local talents as well. The back room features a pool table and jukebox, and you'll also find a big-screen TV that broadcasts the best sports events of the day.
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People's Pub (Die Volkskneipe)

5429 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107 206-783-6521

Description: BALLARD. A quintessential German pub, this local institution places a premium on the things that matter: excellent food, drink, and cheer like you'd expect to find at an Old Country alehouse. Indeed, you won't find gaudy decor and flashing neon lights that hide shortcomings ­ simple wooden chairs and paneling are as flashy as it gets. What you will find, though, is a friendly crowd that enjoys Spaten, Hofbrauhaus, and Moose Drool draughts alongside good conversation and an order of wiener schnitzel.
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Prost!

7311 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103 206-420-7174

Description: GREENWOOD. When Northsiders are looking for a homey place to drink and chat with friends, this alehaus often springs to mind. Appropriately named after the German word for "cheers," the place has the look and feel of an Old World beer hall, from its mural of a lovely Oktoberfest mistress to ornate beer steins. After wetting your whistle with a few liters of the house hefeweizen, check out the menu, which boasts everything from brats and kraut to enormous Bavarian pretzels with spicy mustard.
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Smith

332 15th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112 206-709-1900

Description: CAPITOL HILL. Crowds pack dark wood booths and long tables at this booming English-style pub, which is adorned with mounted deer heads and vintage portraits. You'll find an excellent variety of imported brews to quaff, and tempting appetizers, burgers, steaks and other standbys are prepared with a contemporary twist.
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