Village Pub

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2 Reviews
Reviews: 2
Visits: 3
rAvg: 3.51
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3221 W McGraw St
Seattle, Washington, 98199
United States
phone: (206) 285-9756

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Reviews by czechsaaz:
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3.83/5  rDev n/a
vibe: 5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

The atmosphere is primarily a sports bar. If you're looking for a quiet place to drink great beer, this isn't the one. But if you want to watch a game and have a descent beer selection then this is perfect. There are 10-12 large flatscreens around the room and each table has a small (12" maybe) flatscreen so if everybody else wants to watch the Seahawks or WSU and you want to watch NASCAR Truck Series or Bowling there's no problem. (I love this concept in a sports bar.)

Food is what you'd expect from a sports bar. Several variations on burgers ranging from $7-10 depending on your extras. They also have a pretty large range of other sandwiches too. Good wings and your usual assortment of appetizers that go through the fryer. Nothing is really spectacular but everything is pretty good.

Beer selection is not huge (16 taps) but it's a nice balance. PBR and Miller Lite are there for the sports watching, throwing a few down crowd. Local standards Maritime Pacific, Manny's and Mac & Jack are here. I've always found a tap that works for me (they had 60 Min IPA the last time I was there.)

I'd pick this place anytime there's a sporting event that's not on local cable that I have to see (UCLA basketball, Giant's Baseball, etc...) over any of the other gimmicky "satellite" sports bars around here. (1,315 characters)

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2.5/5  rDev n/a

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3.2/5  rDev n/a
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | food: 2.5

Stopped in here yesterday during a snowy afternoon for happy hour. Large place, lots of flat screens, tons of sports memorabilia for local teams. Kinda dirty looking though. Took forever to get a bartender's attention to order the first beer. Served in plastic cups, kinda ghetto. When we finally got the attention of a female bartender, we got better service at a side table. Next two rounds came in proper pint glasses. The only redeeming quality of this bar in my opinion would be the beer selection, which was surprisingly good. Highlights include:
Alaskan Pale Ale
Stone IPA
Fat Tire
Deschutes Porter
Elysian Bi Frost
Manny's Pale Ale
Maritime Jolly Roger Xmas Ale and Maritime Hefe
Scuttlebutt 10 Below Ale
Mac & Jack
Kona Brewing Porter
Happy hour apps were not that great. We got the shrimp poppers which were definitely frozen Long John Silvers, and the onion rings were soggy and greasy.
Since there's not much else in downtown Magnolia, this place stands out. Service and food could be better, but the beer selection is excellent. (1,041 characters)

Village Pub in Seattle, WA
- out of 100 based on 2 ratings.