Bars in Seattle You Definitely Need to Hit This Summer

Seattle is never short of local bars that will make everyone, even tourists, feel at home. For those who prefer long exciting nights rather than getting a tan on the beach during peak summer season, Seattle has lots to offer. Bars in Seattle have a plethora of offerings for nocturnal fun-seekers, suiting various preferences and tastes. One can go dancing the night away with friends or opt for some quiet drinks in a cozy Jazz club meeting strangers. However you want your escapade to be, you don’t need to hop to another city to fulfill your wish.

For “live music” lovers, places as Paragon Restaurant & Bar, The Triple Door, Howl at the Moon, and the Bad Juju Lounge can be your sanctuary. While those who want to show off the moves on the dance floor can head to Contour, Alibi Room, Foundation Nightclub, and Mercury. Other places like the Crocodile Café, Seattle Jazz and Blues Music Nightclub, Last Supper Club and Tractor Tavern also have different sets of offerings that may satisfy other, more particular preferences.

Amidst all these various bars in Seattle to hit this summer, another outstanding hub can be found. Located at 1416 1st Avenue, The Blarney Stone Pub and Restaurant is another place you must definitely visit. In this place found in the heart of downtown Seattle, one can have a taste of Ireland and an absolute fun and exciting experience. Many patrons particularly prefer the place because of its laid-back, homey and accommodating ambiance.

The Blarney Stone Pub and Restaurant offers amazing conveniences on top of their interesting offerings. Free wireless internet access, wide screen TVs and an internet connected jukebox provide various fun alternatives for people. The pub also has daily specials that anyone can take advantage of. Different types of wines, beers, spirits and other drinks are always available to be served to customers of different tastes.

Among the many bars in Seattle, the Blarney Stone is preferred by group of friends and colleagues due to its simplicity and accommodating atmosphere. Karaoke nights during the weekends are especially jam packed with people. Apart from the wide range of drinks selection, the restaurant also offers sumptuous food that will sure to satisfy your palette.

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  • review rating 5  Love this place. Ain't nothing fancy but they have good food and beer and a perfect location. I apologize for stealing a pint glass from them.

    thumb Susan B
    1/09/2019
  • review rating 5  This is hands down my favorite bar in Seattle. I am from the midwest where friendliness is an absolute expectation. Every time I have come here, the bartenders are so nice I forget I'm in Seattle. The drinks are affordble and they are fast even when busy. This is where I go when I want to feel "at home".

    thumb Anna Rodke
    9/29/2018
  • review rating 5  This place was great flight felt like home being there. Good times I'll remember this one next time I'm in town

    thumb robert abeyta
    12/02/2018
  • review rating 4  If you live or work in Downtown Seattle you already know this is your local watering hole. Full of regulars and interesting conversation at all hours of the day. Chey and Ben are among the GOATS of hospitable bartenders in this city. If you want to chat with software developers or janitors cleaning apartments, this place accepts all creeds and income values. Occasionally smells like vomit but other than that I can't think of a single fault.

    thumb bb Hood
    4/13/2018
  • review rating 4  Was there on St Patrick's Day, they had an Irish band and a lot of people. Beer was by the glass, no pitchers, but I wasn't particularly surprised by that since it was the holiday of drinking beer and they are a business. Overall I had fun while I was there, the bathrooms were down a long hallway and felt like you were going through a maze, but there was no line even though it was super busy in the bar.

    thumb Kasi Andrade
    3/22/2018

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