After creating a successful, microbrew pub empire in Portland, the McMenamin brothers brought their techniques to Seattle. They've opened three consciously cozy pubs here, this one on lower Queen Anne Hill, Six Arms Brew Pub and Dad Watson's. The long, dark room has high-backed booths and tables. Order the soup of the day with a sandwich and a pint and you're set for the afternoon. The wait staff won't hurry you out. Also try the daily cake and pie specials.
200 Roy Street No. 105, Seattle, WA
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