Seattle >Nine Pound Hammer Llc
This is where the locals hangout after work. Blue collar with a just a tinge of hipster, your choices of beer are expansive, including nearby Georgetown Brewing (which is responsible for the 9lb Porter) and Oly and PBR on tap. Food comes courtesy of the adjoining Square Knot Diner, which is owned by the same proprietor.
Nine Pound Hammer does it for me.. Nine Pound is a great place to hang. It's an eclectic crowd. Not to be confused with electric, which the low lighting and the open outside walls bringing in wonderful ambient light, should save some on the light bill. It's Georgetown at it's best... or worst, depending on what you are looking for. I had the best chicken mole anywhere served after 6pm till ???? Tell Megen I recommended you.
Best neighborhood bar in Seattle.. Stiff, cheap drinks in a relaxed environment. A friendly local watering hole with no pretense. Walk-up bar, free peanuts and no TV's. There's a free pool and shuffle board tables. High ceilings and old decor. Some older pinball games in the back. Great place to meet up with friends and talk. Weekend nights are a little more crowded and have a few more hipsters. Large artist community in Georgetown, so you are in a good spot to meet some interesting people. You don't need to change out of your work attire to drink at the nine pound. Most of the people are normal and friendly. This is as far from the over-priced ?hot spot? bars as you can get and still have the most of the clientele be young and attractive.
great service. great drinks, charming atmosphere, prompt and attentive service, semi-outdoor seating and interesting local patronage.
Editorial Review. Vintage memorabilia and garage-sale portraits adorn the walls of this Georgetown watering hole.
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