Seattle >Tin Hat Bar & Grill
So fricking loud its just plain stupid. Everytime I have been here it has been bad music so loud that you have to YELL at the person right across from you for them to hear you. I will never go back until someone steals the speakers.
Great loud dive bar. Its a good last stop before walking home. Dark and loud, strong drinks, and pretty good food. Not trying to be anything that its not.
Higgly Town HotWings. Yup, this place hit the spot. It was a cold and windy night when I decided to pull off the road and find a nice place to vocabulate with the locals. Ah, they were nice, nice indeed. and the food to go with company. It was all very good.
Halfway between Phinney and Ballard. Thats where this small bar is. Its got a decent jukebox good beer selection and some really cool staff. Come here to rock out and you'll have a good time. Come here with an attitude and thats what you'll get from the take no sh*t staff.
Little-known outside the neighborhood, this laid-back tavern has become a haven for Ballard's cool kids..
Ballard Avenue's triumvirate of Hattie's Hat, the Sunset and the Tractor may anchor the neighborhood's nightlife, but this slightly out-of-the-way institution is no secret to Ballard tipplers. Once a rough-and-tumble outpost, the Tin Hat has transformed itself into a friendly watering hole, where the rowdies have been largely consigned to the beloved jukebox (featuring the likes of the Cramps, Stooges, Gories and Devo). Twenty and thirty-somethings predominate, especially on Friday and Saturday nights, yet a healthy after-work business draws a more diverse crowd.
This isn't a place to play "stump the bartender." Simple cocktails and the occasional shot are acceptable, but beer reigns supreme. A strong lineup of mostly Northwest microbrews is available, though standbys like Budweiser and Pabst flow just as freely. The menu is comprised of standard bar fare (with some vegetarian-friendly choices), but the preparation is often surprisingly strong.
best bar west of the Mississippi. Love this place - good food, good people and best of all, good booze. Who can turn down free pinball on Monday night accompanied by a refreshing pitcher of Pabst Blue Ribbon?!
chillin' night spot. New owners are cool and friendly at the Tin Hat, a chillin' night spot in Ballard. Have a burger and a beer and enjoy good company and good music.
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