9 perfect bars in Seattle to grab a tasty mid-week drink

Jan 15 2020, 4:36 pm

Rough day at work? we get it. Need a celebratory drink? Congrats!

Here are nine spots in Seattle to grab a tasty mid-week libation.

Little Tin Goods

 

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Little Tin is known for its beautifully simple yet extensive cocktail menu. We prefer the spot during the daytime, when there’s enough light to see the plants hanging about.

Hours: Wednesday and Thursday, 5 to 11 pm; Friday, 5 pm to 12 am; Saturday, 12 pm to 12 am; Sunday, 5 pm to 10 pm
Location: 5335 Ballard Avenue NW, Seattle
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The Noble Fir

 

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The Noble Fir successfully brings the feelings of the great outdoors, indoors. Don’t feel bad about bringing along a book, ordering a beer, and cozying up to the comforting chatter taking place around you.

Hours: Wednesday to Thursday, 4 to 11 pm; Friday, 4 pm to 12 am; Sunday, 1 to 6:30 pm
Location: 5316 Ballard Avenue NW, Seattle
Phone: 206-420-7425
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College Inn Pub

 

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The College Inn Pub is a perfect spot if you’re looking for somewhere divey, yet fun. This hotspot is filled with senior college kids and graduates, thanks to its pool tables and convenient location next to the university.

Hours: Monday to Friday, 11:30 am to 2 am; Saturday, 2 pm to 2 am; Sunday, 2 pm to 1 am
Location: 4006 University Way NE, Seattle
Phone: 206-634-2307
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The Shambles

 

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Don’t be too concerned when walking into The Shambles — it’s both a bar and butcher. Strange combination, but it works. With the ever-updating cocktail and food menus, you won’t get sick of the reasonably priced offerings.

Hours: Monday to Friday, 12 pm to 9 pm; Saturday and Sunday, 10 am to 9 pm
Location: 7777 15th Avenue NE, Seattle
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The Mountaineering Club

 

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If you’re looking for great drinks and a better view, The Mountaineering Club is the best spot for you. Located atop Graduate Seattle Hotel in the U-District, you may be able to make new friends with those visiting the city.

Hours: Monday to Thursday, 3 pm to 2 am; Saturday 12 pm to 2 am; Sunday 12 to 10 pm
Location: 4507 Brooklyn Ave East, Seattle
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Montana

 

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Montana is Capitol Hill’s designated western-themed bar. It’s exactly what you’d expect from your favourite hole-in-the-wall saloon. It’s dark and cozy, with stickers, graffiti and photos of past patrons covering the walls. The bar serves cocktails on tap (the Moscow Mule is particularly delicious) and if you get hungry, the bar allows you to bring food in from the Malaysian take-out restaurant next door.

Hours: 4 to 2 am
Location: 
1506 East Olive Way
Phone: +1-206-327-9362
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Tavern Law

 

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When it comes to imaginative cocktails, Tavern Law is the place to be. The bartenders are next-level talented – simply tell them what type of drink you’re in the mood for, and they’ll mix you a unique concoction that perfectly fits your preference. If their sophisticated, old-school vibe isn’t cool enough for you, they also have a secret speakeasy upstairs called Needle & Thread.

Hours: Sunday to Thursday, 5 pm to 12 am; Friday and Saturday, 5 pm to 2 am
Location: 
1406 12th Avenue
Phone: 206-322-9734
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Roanoke Park Place

 

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One of the oldest bars in Seattle, the Roanoke, is a great spot for meeting new people and catching sports games. The bar offers daily specials such as $1 tacos on Wednesdays and $10 pitchers on Tuesdays.

Hours: Weekdays from 4 pm to 2 am; Saturday and Sunday from noon until 2 am
Location: 2409 10th AVE E, Seattle
Phone: 206-324-5882
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9 Pound Hammer

 

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The divey spot is perfect for lazy days. Try a gin and tonic and give their pinball machines a whirl. Chill out with a bowl of free peanuts and enjoy the relaxed vibes of the place.

Hours: 11 am to 2 am
Location: 6009 Airport Way S Seattle
Phone: 206-762-3373
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