Seattle >Moe Bar
Good happy hour!. My friend and I each had 2 drinks and shared an appetizer together. Our bill was less than $20!! We sat comfortably in a booth and the music was great! How can anyone not want to come back??
best local hangout, great staff, great tunes. i've been to this place a few times over the "summer" and i'll definitely put it up there in my top five. first off, the place is beautiful--dark reddish stained wood with darker lighting, beautiful silver leaf wallpaper, and a perfectly fitting three piece art installation above the bar make the aesthetic of this place super appealing. not to mention the show posters of yore framed and hung throughout. but what makes this place what it is is the bar staff. they are all so knowledgeable, suggestive, and not to mention good looking (!) in a way that makes you feel right at home. their summer specialty cocktail list is amazing--i suggest the house sangria or the cucumber gin drink if you're in for something to refresh yourself after a long day at work or play. just the other day i was able to make it in for happy hour which was a pleasant treat. before eight you can grab a ridiculously cheap well drink or beer, and the fact that i was off to a show not a few minutes later made it that much more awesome! as for the first comment, yes, they offer $2 BEERS for happy hour, which made sense because they offered one tap and two bottles for said $2. all microbrews were $3 which was still a bargain! more than that, all well drinks were $2 so i had a few vodka tonics before going into neumos for $10 after tip--best in the neighborhood! all in all, one of my favorite places to visit when on capitol hill and i will for sure be back!
Bait and Switch. I went to the Moe bar for happy hour, they advertise $2 drafts but when you get there they charge $3. Only the PBR is $2. I hate bait and switch, I won't be back.
Editorial Review. Latest bar connected to Neumo's (formerly Bad Juju Lounge) brings back the venue's past with vintage rock posters and memorabilia.