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Pacific Inn Pub

The Pac Inn is an endangered dive bar in Fremont Stone Way, a street that acts as the vestigial industrial barrier between breakneck condo growth and the dry docks and metal fabricators…

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The 9lb Hammer

This working-class Georgetown bar is the kind of place that a sitcom might use in an episode that seeks to illustrate how the dad is still a badass or a reality show wherein college kids…

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The People’s Pub

The People's Pub specializes in traditional Swabian pub food (think spätzle, maultasche and pork 15 ways) and board games. It has long been an old Ballard destination for its selection of…

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Fort St. George

Fort St. George is a curious Japanese restaurant hidden above a vintage video game store in a multi-use building. The food is cheap, and not necessarily Japanese (unreasonable portions of spaghetti…

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Montana

Montana is a nouveau dive bar, meaning that it did not fall from grace to become a dive—it was born this way. Birthed by Rachel's Ginger Beer—Seattle’s farmers market ginger…

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Boat Street Café

Boat Street Café is the original outpost of Seattle’s most exciting homegrown chef and restaurateur, Renee Erickson (of The Walrus and the Carpenter and The Whale Wins). There’s a full menu…

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Sitka + Spruce

Housed in a charming former industrial building in the hip Capitol Hill neighborhood, Sitka & Spruce presents the egalitarian Northwest aesthetic in restaurant form. Using (mostly) local ingredients with an…