164 S. Washington St., Seattle Washington United States
Fulfilling its promise of “sports, eats and beats,” Fuel has live DJs and bands, an impressive menu, plasma-screen TVs galore, and a variety of delicious (and potent) shooters to satisfy the “wild thing” in all of us! Located in Pioneer Square at 164 S. Washington St.
4552 University Wy NE, Seattle Washington United States
Tommy’s Nightclub & Grill, located in the heart of the University District, is a local favorite. No matter what you are looking for, we can fulfill your dining, drinking and entertainment needs. Located on the corner of University Way and 47th Ave NE, we are surrounded by great shopping and tons of activities. This is […]
Located 2 blocks north of Pike Place Market (2132 First Ave. where it crosses Blanchard), Jai Thai Belltown offers delicious, fresh Thai cuisine and a fully stocked bar with daily specials. When the weather is permitting, this venue also has a nice outdoor patio for dining or relaxing with a drink. Happy Hour runs from […]
After having undergone a facelift, the new Frontier Room emerges as a western decor bar and restaurant. A good dive bar packed with locals and urban bbq food is what you have now. If you want to ditch the hip, chic trendiness of Belltown, then the Frontier Room is for you.
Garage pool hall, restaurant and bar opened its doors to the public Thursday, August 1st, 1996. It features 18 regulation pool tables and a full-service bar and restaurant. Garage partners Alex Rosenast, Jill Rosenast, Kelly Curtis, Peggy Curtis, and Mike McCready (Pearl Jam) collaborated to create a fun facility that would draw “true” players as […]
Toi Toi is named for the mother of owner Max Barthwick. The restaurant was inspired by the many family and friend gatherings of her home on Capitol Hill. It has always been her son’s dream to open a Thai restaurant and name it in honor of her. Voted 2002 Best New Restaurant on Evening magazine. […]
In June of 1997, the Blowfish Asian Café opened its doors to Seattle diners with rave reviews by food critics from Washington State to New York City. This “Asian bistro” delighted its fans with an eclectic assemblage of materials, objects and images combining classic Asian culture with popular entertainment and received local critic John Hintenberger’s […]
The Seattle Times says, “Paragon’s the place for food, jazz, & people.” Paragon is known for its lively bar and critically acclaimed “old world cuisine with new world fusion”. Make yourself comfortable at the 30 foot long bar or relax in a plush booth and savor seasonal specialties. The inviting decor mixes contemporary artistry with […]