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A fun little place in the area of Pike place market. This bar is open late in the area which nothing much stays open, serves food, has some big TV's if you want to watch a game. Live music I think is everyday starting around...More
Looking for a Michelob Ultra? They have regular beer too! We went to this pub as a convention event and WOW! There were no less than 100 firefighters and some like us with a +1 that filled one or two rooms of this place in...More
We went to Kell's to take a break from walking around the market and enjoy a refreshing beverage. They've got all the usual Irish beer options plus a few they brew themselves and all are excellent. A side by side comparison of Guinness and their...More
We went here for dinner before a baseball game and it’s near Pikes Market in Post Alley. It’s got a traditional Irish pub kinda look and we could seat ourselves. The waitress was friendly enough, nothing over the top. I thought the Shepard’s pie was...More
I’m here on business from NJ and found this spot in the cut! Absolutely loved the atmosphere and authentic food!! I had the corn beef and cabbage! It was great! Service was great! If your looking for an Irish pub and in the cut, this...More
Okay food but super expensive for the small portions. I am Irish and I wasn’t blown away by the food choices to be honest. I did however enjoy the pear cider. It’s not often you find it in pubs.
The pub decor itself looks like...More
We had drinks here after dinner, and had a most fun and fabulous time. Bought a t-shirt!. :-) Guinness pour = Perfect Pint! Bartender took excellent care of us. Highly recommend, right in the heart of Pikes Market in a cool alley, great Seattle feel.
It's in an alley, so the patio is pretty good for people watching but it's not like being in the market. You're on plastic chairs, nothing fancy. I was there for lunch, and it was a sunny day and a pleasant stop for a pasty...More