Washington, United States Food Guide: 6 Pub food Must-Eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Seattle

August 30, 2019 Janette Largent

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6. Alibi Room

85 Pike St Ste 410, Seattle, WA 98101-2001 American, Bar, Pizza, Pub Lunch, Dinner, Late Night, Drinks Takeout, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service, Seating, Live Music +1 206-623-3180 http://www.seattlealibi.com/
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4 based on 218 reviews

Alibi Room

Reviewed By garyj696

We ate here after reading TA reviews and weren't disappointed. It's very dark in the bar but it's obviously popular as it was pretty busy. We had the spicy Mac n Cheese which was delicious.

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5. Needle and Thread

1406 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122-3906 Bar, Pub Dinner Serves Alcohol, Reservations, Seating +1 206-322-9734 http://www.tavernlaw.com
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4 based on 29 reviews

Needle and Thread

Reviewed By JoyW302

We made reservations and were excited to try this out as first time visitors from Chicago. The whole concept is awesome, especially arriving! Daniel did an excellent job taking our food and drink order and Carly made us delicious drinks that we loved and explained them very well. We thought both made our evening even more special with their kindness and attention to detail! We made reservations for 1 hour but loved our drinks so much we stayed for 2 hours, they just moved us over to the bar. We didn't intend on eating here but had the baby beet salad, Sockeye Salmon Crostini, Tavern Burger and fries all of which were delicious! Our whole experience was so awesome that wanted to return another night just ran out of time and the prices were quite high, didn't want to pay that much a second night. Overall would definitely recommend a visit despite the high drink prices.

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4. The Red Door

3401 Evanston Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103-8677 American, Bar, Pub, Gastropub Lunch, Dinner, Late Night, Drinks Takeout, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Discover, Outdoor Seating, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service [email protected] +1 206-547-7521 http://reddoorseattle.com/
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3 based on 55 reviews

The Red Door

The Red Door – located in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle – has been a local favorite since 1988. We were one of the first craft beer bars in the country – and today we rotate our twenty-two taps frequently. Our food menu is sure to have something to

Reviewed By Q8152FAdanielm

The place is somewhat spacious. Lots of wood decor, a high ceiling, long bar and outdoor patio seating available. Adequate # of tables.I came in for a late late lunch or early dinner on a Thursday around 530pm. I initially sat at bar waiting for 2 more people drinking a beer, which they have a decent selection of along with an array of creative cocktail drinks.Only the patio looked busy and inside were about 4 tables sat.I ordered from the happy hour menu which ends at 6pm and the basic menu. From the HH menu, i got Korean wings lightly sprinkled with sesame seeds, Quite tasty. Came with a side of Ranch which i'm not a fan of; waitress didn't ask what side I wanted. I asked for Blu Cheese.The side of Blu Cheese was the worst I've ever tasted in all establishments I visited in usa. Literally watery with 3 tiny crumbs of blu cheese they threw in on top - floating there. What a joke.I told waitress and she said they make it fresh there. So kudos for that, but man they really need to vastly improve the quality. Luckily the Korean wings were yummy and I passed on the blu cheese.I also ordered the Arugula Fennel Salad. Slices of apple, crumbled goat cheese, and slivers of red onions. It was decent. Not the best yet not that bad. That dish was from the regular menu and the serving portion was basically large. I probably would order it again if I had to come back to the place.Friends ordered the Cod & Chips and the Red, White, Blu Burger. She said burger was overcooked as well as the fries. Cod looked fair with nice coating, though i didn't hear anything from friend about the dish.The staff were nice and outgoing. Food delivery came promptly. Overall energy was comfortable.I would attempt one more time to try other dishes to see if there is anything good, but it probably will be a hit or miss as the dishes we ordered were a flop except the Korean Wings.That being said I wouldn't have any problems going back, solely to just have drinks.Hi Daniel -Thanks for taking the time to write a review, and for your compliments on our space, service and beer and cocktail selection. We're sorry you and your guests weren't more wowed by our food. We do make all of our dressings in house, and the blue cheese has blended crumbles of cheese in the recipe as well as the crumbs that topped off your dressing. In any case, sorry it didn't meet your fancy! We hope you'll give us another try. If you do return, and still feel our food is hit or miss, please letone of our team members know - or ask for us by name so we can make it right for you during your visit. Thanks again! Emily & Pete

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3. Mecca Cafe

526 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109-4520 American, Diner, Bar, Cafe, Pub Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Late Night, Drinks Takeout, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service, Street Parking, Wine and Beer, Accepts Credit Cards, Non-smoking restaurants, Sports bars +1 206-285-9728 http://mecca-cafe.com
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4 based on 331 reviews

Mecca Cafe

TheMecca Cafe opened in 1930, a year after our sister restaurant The 5 Point Café on Lower Queen Anne. They are the longest run family eateries in Seattle, and The Mecca is oldest bar & restaurant still in existence in Queen Anne. We started serving booze

Reviewed By 57Lulu

We ate breakfast here twice while we were in town. Got there right after it opened. The decaf coffee was great - strong as I like it. Typical diner fare and the breakfasts were hearty. The waitstaff was attentive. Seems like a local place based on the conversations around us. Would recommend.

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2. Fremont Brewing

3409 Woodland Park Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103-8925 Pub, Brew Pub Drinks Outdoor Seating, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Wheelchair Accessible +1 206-420-2407 http://www.fremontbrewing.com
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4 based on 182 reviews

Fremont Brewing

Reviewed By pdrey

We spent the weekend of July 4th in Seattle. Had this brewery saved because of its proximity to geocaching HQ. Staff was so friendly and welcoming. We enjoyed their stout and their hoppiest beer (cannot remember the name). They offer water and pretzels and a well organized list of food options for pickup, delivery, or Uber Eats. If you like beer and a comfortable, relaxing atmosphere, I would give this brewery a try.

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1. Mecca Cafe

526 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109-4520 American, Diner, Bar, Cafe, Pub Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Late Night, Drinks Takeout, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service, Street Parking, Wine and Beer, Accepts Credit Cards, Non-smoking restaurants, Sports bars +1 206-285-9728 http://mecca-cafe.com
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4 based on 331 reviews

Mecca Cafe

TheMecca Cafe opened in 1930, a year after our sister restaurant The 5 Point Café on Lower Queen Anne. They are the longest run family eateries in Seattle, and The Mecca is oldest bar & restaurant still in existence in Queen Anne. We started serving booze

Reviewed By 57Lulu

We ate breakfast here twice while we were in town. Got there right after it opened. The decaf coffee was great - strong as I like it. Typical diner fare and the breakfasts were hearty. The waitstaff was attentive. Seems like a local place based on the conversations around us. Would recommend.

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