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74th Street Ale House

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Category: Entertainment and Arts, Bars and Clubs, Restaurants, Brewpubs, Bars, Nightlife
7401 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103

206.784.2955

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23 Reviews of 74th Street Ale House

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This is one of my all... by A TripAdvisor Contributor on Mar 26, 2008

This is one of my all time favorite places! The Reuben is the best!! And so is Beau,...
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Great off hours by milolutz on Jan 9, 2006

This place has a great selection of microbrews, and it's in a decent location. It's a nice space and not too loud. The food, however, is way too hot and spicy no matter what you order. And the place can be really packed on...
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Good... by A TripAdvisor Contributor on Dec 31, 2007

Good, better-than-your-average pub food. Love the chicken sandwich and goat cheese salad. When I lived down the street, this was the...
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Best reuben ever, great beer, great service by ireland381 on Feb 20, 2005

A bit pricey ($10 for a sandwich) but well worth the great food, friendly service and laidback (if crowded) environment. Pros: Great food, great service, good beer selection Cons: slightly pricey . ...
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Always reliable for a... by A TripAdvisor Contributor on Dec 10, 2007

Always reliable for a good selection of local beer and the food's...
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Chicken sandwich pricy & overrated! by randyandy256 on Jan 6, 2005

And to add insult to injury, the damn thing cost around $11. My friend had a green salad with chicken which proved to be disappointing as well. While the portion was large, the chicken was cold and it was smothered with HUGE...
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No title by deanc4944 on Jul 21, 2007
best bar sandwiches in town. $13 for something on a bun seems a bit much but the food is prepared with care. tabouli nice alternative to fries. and of course the outstanding...
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Good food, beer, service- crowded by bangwhistle on May 9, 2003

Great place in all ways except it's always packed after 7:00 PM or so. And like most hangouts, the locals are a bit territorial. But roll with that and you've got a pleasant evening ahead. Pros: Food variety,...
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Cozy pub with good beers and pub fare (and a bit of style) by Lori S. on Sep 17, 2008

This place has a great selection of beers and a good variety of food. Everything I've had here has been fresh and good. Has a good...
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No title by Jenny K. on Jun 18, 2004

When I sent it back to have it be corrected it took forever. Really put a bad taste in my mouth when it came back and still wasn't right. I didn't send it back again since I didn't want to upset the waitstaff. Just made for...
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