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Seattle recommendation needed

Discussion in 'Northwest' started by cosco, Dec 3, 2012.

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  1. cosco

    cosco Dec 5, 2007 Michigan

    I am going to be in Seattle for just one night (Tuesday). I will be staying at the Marriott Waterfront. Are there any worthwhile breweries or beer bars within walking distance? Looks like Pike Pub & Brewery may be the closest.
     
  2. distantmantra

    distantmantra May 23, 2011 Washington
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    Not much within walking distance of downtown compared to the neighborhoods. Pike, Elysian Fields and Collins Pub for sure.

    If you're feeling adventurous, walk up Capitol Hill to The Pine Box, or find a way to Fremont Brewing and get yourself some B-Bomb before hitting up Brouwers.
     
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  3. beefandbean22

    beefandbean22 Oct 15, 2008 Washington
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    Yes, find a way to Fremont Brewing. B-bomb comes out tomorrow, you won't regret it.
     
  4. NWer

    NWer Mar 10, 2009 Washington
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  5. BuckeyeOne

    BuckeyeOne Mar 9, 2008 Washington

    I have been there and this is a good recommendation. Great taplist and wonderful pizza and Caesar salad.
     
  6. Aleforme

    Aleforme Nov 26, 2008 Washington
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    Bambinos looks pretty cool. Haven't been there yet though.

    If you can do a quick cab ride, I'd also suggest Pine Box. They have a really great taplist and the food is pretty good. If trying to walk it, getting there would pretty much be all up hill. Cab ride would probably be less than $10.
     
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  7. slinkie

    slinkie Mar 4, 2011 Washington

    Echoing recommendations for Pine Box. They have the tap list online, so you can check before you go. Elysian's also reasonably close.
     
  8. BuckeyeOne

    BuckeyeOne Mar 9, 2008 Washington

    If the OP really wants/needs to walk, then let me just be clear that Pine Box and Elysian Capitol Hill are a haul from the Marriott Waterfront and all uphill.
     
  9. slinkie

    slinkie Mar 4, 2011 Washington

    Pine Box isn't too bad of a walk from downtown. A little over a mile, and not a terrible hill. Elysian Fields is closer than the Capitol Hill Elysian. "Within walking distance" is relative though.
     
  10. podunkparte

    podunkparte Nov 14, 2009 Washington

    Get to Fremont for b-bomb and you can even grab a bottle or 2.
     
  11. cosco

    cosco Dec 5, 2007 Michigan

    Made it to Seattle. Thanks for the advice guys. Given the shortness of time and what will probably be an extended dinner at Metropolitan Grill, I think I will probably just stop by Pike Brewery.
     
  12. dirtylou

    dirtylou May 12, 2005 Washington
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    If you are eating at the Met, definitely walk about 3 blocks to Collins Pub!! Way better option IMO
     
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  13. BuckeyeOne

    BuckeyeOne Mar 9, 2008 Washington

    +1. Listen to the man. Pike is just meh. Collins Pub is fantastic.
     
  14. mv945

    mv945 Jan 26, 2011 Washington
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    No question, Collins all day over Pike. If I didn't have to get home, I'd meet you there, I walk by every day.
     
  15. Aleforme

    Aleforme Nov 26, 2008 Washington
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    4th'd (sp?) on Collins Pub over Pike. Not sure why I didn't think of that earlier.
     
  16. slinkie

    slinkie Mar 4, 2011 Washington

    Am I the only one who is bugged by Collins? Although, I'd take it over Pike any day.
     
  17. BuckeyeOne

    BuckeyeOne Mar 9, 2008 Washington

    I could see that. I've had my ire up at each of his places --- Collins, Hudson, and Mutiny Hall (especially the latter --- the effing music always seems to be too loud).
     
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