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Don't skip the 9lb on your Georgetown pub crawl. A unique watering hole with old school arcade games, a diverse beer selection and full bar.
The gritty side of Georgetown can be seen here...its a bar with a restaurant called square knot on the other side. bartenders got attitude but hey its our original bar...don't be offended they are sassy to everyone..just enjoy the beer and shut up
Great dive. The bartender was awesome. Must try the shot-ski. Also pretty decent food. The alcohol may have helped enhance the flavor, but any place that serves crinkle cut fries is ok by me.
9lb Hammer is the "living room" of Georgetown. It's where many of the locals go to drink, eat, and converse with neighbors, friends, and strangers alike. On the weekends more people from outside Georgetown seem to converge on it. The bar is dark and gritty, the drinks are strong, and the bartenders…
“This lounge / restaurant is in our building downstairs. A little swank but still down to earth. Great drinks, excellent food ratings and nice staff. The beer and a burger happy hour special is my fave”
“Great food in one of the oldest bars in Seattle in walking distance. Possibly our favorite brunch spot.”
“A laid-back pizzeria using organic ingredients, with local beer and ice cream. Great atmosphere, friendly staff, great food and drinks. ”
“Smarty Pants is another favorite of mine for breakfast or lunch. They have a great menu (specializing in sandwiches) and also offer outdoor, patio seating when the weather is nice. The interior is decked out with a motorcycle theme, featuring vintage bikes above the entry. ”
“Neighborhood Secret. Stellar was originally called Stella until they were sued by another restaurant named Stella in the city. That other restaurant has long since shut down but Stellar lives on, with all its grungy Georgetown aesthetic. ”