Georgetown, Seattle Bars

Part of our Seattle restaurant guide; our list of the best bars in Georgetown. Our top picks: Pig Iron Bar-B-Q, 9 LB Hammer and Marco Polo Bar & Grill.
  • The best bar in Georgetown Seattle: Pig Iron Bar-B-Q

    Pig Iron Bar-B-Q

    5602 1st Ave S
    The Pig Iron Bar-B-Q is a down home barbecue joint located South of downtown Seattle offering meat of the finest quality, rubbed with our signature Pig Iron rub and slow smoked with a blend of hardwoods.
  • 9 LB Hammer

    9 LB Hammer

    6009 Airport Way S
    An unpretentious, laid back bar. Nobody has tapped into the Georgetown vibe more. Dimly lit and cavernous, it's a good place to hangout with friends. While it's quiet early in the week, weekends can get very busy.
    Beacon Hill
  • Marco Polo Bar & Grill

    Marco Polo Bar & Grill

    5613 4th Ave S
  • Slim's Last Chance

    Slim's Last Chance

    5606 1st Ave S
    M-F 11AM-2AM, Sa noon-2AM. Slim's has cultivated a roadhouse decor and feel. Featured on an episode of Guy Fieri's Diner's, Drive-ins and Dives on Food Network. Chili is the star attraction and they offer several varieties; Texas red, brisket and bean, chili verde and turkey white bean. Just as with their counterparts at the Pig Iron next door, don't ignore the sides (jalapeno mac & cheese, white cheddar grits, oh my!). They also feature live music. 21 and older only.
  • Pig Iron Bar-B-Q

    5602 1st Ave S
    Tu-F 11AM-8PM, Sa noon-8PM. A busy lunch spot on weekdays. The Pig offers up some great 'Que', the brisket is especially good, with your choice of sauce on the side. Don't overlook the sides including jalapeno/spinach casserole and cornbread stuffing, as well as the more traditional slaw, potato salad and some seriously good beans. Full bar.
  • Fonte Coffee Roaster

    5412 6th Ave S
  • Smarty Pants

    Smarty Pants

    6017 Airport Way S
    M-Th 11AM-2AM, F-Sa 10AM-2AM, Su 10AM-3PM. While their slogan Beer, Booze and Grub just about says it all, it's the sandwiches that are the main attraction. From a list of fifteen there are many choices to tempt you. The Rueben is very good, indeed and their grilled cheese is a solid rendition on a classic. They are quick to make substitutions for vegetarians. Full bar and brunch available F-Su.
    Beacon Hill
  • Stellar Pizza & Ale

    Stellar Pizza & Ale

    5513 Airport Way S
    M 11AM-11PM, Tu-F 11AM-midnight, Sa 3PM-midnight, Su 3PM-11PM. A hip, fun and boisterous pizza joint that produces some seriously good pies. Don't overlook the appetizers, the hummus platter is particularly good. They have some decent sandwiches and salads, too. Has a full bar with several beers on tap and a reasonable wine list.
    Beacon Hill
  • Jules Maes Saloon

    Jules Maes Saloon

    5919 Airport Way S
  • The Mix

    The Mix

    6006 12th Ave S
  • Loretta's Northwesterner

    Loretta's Northwesterner

    8617 14th Ave S
  • Georgetown Liquor Company

    Georgetown Liquor Company

    5501 Airport Way S
  • Calamity Jane's

    Calamity Jane's

    5701 Airport Way SSte A
  • Calamity Jane's

    Calamity Jane's

    5701 Airport Way S Ste A
  • The Mix

    The Mix

    6006 12th Ave S
    Sometimes referred to as the CBGB of Seattle, the Mix hosts local, regional and touring bands and is open 7 days a week from 2pm to 2am. We have a full bar, amazing beers on tap, pinball, video games, foosball and food menu till 1am nightly! We are located in the emerging business district of Georgetown, just south of the West Seattle Bridge, off I-5. Booking
    Beacon Hill
  • Daimonji Sushi & Grill Japanese Restaurant

    Daimonji Sushi & Grill Japanese Restaurant

    5963 Corson Ave S
    Beacon Hill
  • Blu Grouse

    Blu Grouse

    412 S Orcas St.
    Opening May 12, 201211am-2am Serving delicious food & strong tasty beverages seven nights a week
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