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95 Slide
The Pink Door
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The Walrus and the Carpenter
Bottlehouse Seattle
Little Water Cantina
Linda’s Tavern
The Lookout
Courtesy of Frolik
Westward
Terra Plata
Captain Blacks
Ray's Boathouse & Cafe
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1. King's Hardware 5225 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107 (Ballard)

King's Hardware is decked out with taxidermy and stocked with regional brews, but the rustic pub's main attraction is its tasty and creative burger options, like the peanut butter and bacon-based After School Special. Aside from classic and specialty burgers, there are hot wings, onion rings, and similar greased-up "sidekicks" on the menu. You can bring your beer and burger outside and chill on the patio, or stay inside and challenge your friends to a round of skee-ball.

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2. Uneeda Burger 4302 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103 (Fremont)

This Fremont burger joint serves up everything from the fancy to the messy, and if a burger doesn’t suit your fancy (why are you even here?), Uneeda Burger also has a hefty selection of sandwiches, soups, and salads. Equipped with a patio out front, you can chow down and tan at the same time.

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3. 95 Slide 722 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122 (Capitol Hill)

95 Slide's a Cap Hill sports bar boasting memorabilia/flatscreens, a sweet rooftop lounge, and a menu featuring bites like chicken wings, poppers, and steak sandwiches.

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4. The Pink Door 1919 Post Alley, Seattle, WA 98101 (Downtown)

This super-romantic Italian resto Downtown boasts a gorgeous patio, in addition to regular acrobatic & burlesque shows.

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5. Marination Ma Kai 1660 Harbor Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116 (West Seattle)

"Ma Kai" means "by the sea," and that's exactly where this waterfront establishment is located. Serving up tasty tacos made from fresh ingredients, this Hawaiian-Korean fusion restaurant is all about finding the best of both worlds and melting them together. There's also a killer beer selection, and you can purchase "Nunya", the secret sauce used by the restaurant on many of its dishes, receiving a free slider or taco with each jar purchase.

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6. The Walrus and the Carpenter 4743 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107 (Ballard)

This chic oyster bar serves neither walrus nor houses carpenters (that we know of) but it does dish out mounds of delicious shellfish in a comfortable atmosphere. Additionally, this cozy, neighborhood spot -- which has been recognized by The New York Times also serves incredible desserts, with highlights being maple bread pudding and roasted Medjool dates.

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7. Bottlehouse 1416 34th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122 (Central District)

In a cozy, converted house in the Central District, Bottlehouse is a wine bar, tasting room, and event space featuring regional wine and microbrews. Wine and beer selections are rotating, highlighting producers from the PNW, and can be enjoyed on tap, in a tasting flight, by the bottle, or in the comfort of your own home. Cork a bottle of your favorite local wine, (pick up some wine-wares from the shop so you can drink it at home), and sip the local juice you never knew you loved. Bottlehouse offers a taste of the Pacific Northwest, with cheesemonger-approved cheeses and cured meats to pair in a living room-reminiscent environment, or on the back patio.

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8. Little Water Cantina 2865 Eastlake Ave E, Seattle, WA 98102 (Eastlake)

A wall constructed with 800 tequila bottles reclaimed from "dumpsters of a lot of Mexican restaurants" isn't the only reason to check out this 150-seater. The kitchen is headed up by a French-trained chef whose resume includes Brooklyn's Henry Public &producing on Top Chef, and is sous'd by a Rick Bayless vet, and the two of them have invented some delicious Northwestern spins on traditional comida. Plus, that whole crazy tequila wall thing.

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9. The Innkeeper 2510 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 (Belltown)

It's a Don Quixote themed bar with spicy Spanish inspired food and drink to match. After you've tried the green chile burger, grab yourself a cocktail and cool down on the back patio.

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10. Linda's Tavern 707 E Pine St, Seattle, WA 98122 (Capitol Hill)

A classic pub in Seattle, Linda's prides itself on being "a nice place for nice people".

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11. The Lookout 757 Bellevue Ave E, Seattle, WA 98102 (Capitol Hill)

The Lookout is a casual neighborhood bar with a tree-lined back patio that feels like a garden oasis with trees and greenery creating a low-key experience that would almost make you forget you were in the city -- if it weren't for that killer view. They offer a great selection of rotating beers, classic pub fare, and creative cocktails.

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12. Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails 1415 5th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 (Downtown)

Frolik's a rooftop bar downtown featuring tasty bites, a swanky setting, and PING PONG!

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13. Westward 2501 N Northlake Way, Seattle, WA 98103 (Wallingford)

Opened by the crew behind Skillet, Westward is a waterfront nautical spot with rustic decor. A wood-burning oven stands in the center of the room, the bar is boat-shaped, and the patio/beach boasts stunning views of Lake Union and Downtown. This spacious restaurant serves low-alcohol cocktails and small seafood plates that extend dinner beyond the usual starter, entrée, and dessert. Start with oysters at the adjoining Little Gull, finish with cocktails around the outdoor fire pit.

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14. Terra Plata 1501 Melrose Ave, Seattle, WA 98122 (Capitol Hill)

Terra Plata is the Captain Planet of organic eateries, highlighting choices from air, land, and sea. They've also got a rooftop garden.

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15. Captain Blacks 129 Belmont Ave E, Seattle, WA 98102 (Capitol Hill)

This bar and restaurant has not one but TWO large patios for you to lounge around on while enjoying a hot summer's day and sipping on a killer Captain's Tea.

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16. Ray's Boathouse 6049 Seaview Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98117 (Ballard)

After a four-month hiatus, this waterfront seafoodery is back with a swanked new dining room bathed in red light, lower-slung furniture, and a new shared plate-heavy menu, and it's about time since everybody loves Raymon... er, Ray's.

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17. Fremont Brewing Company 3409 Woodland Park Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103 (Fremont)

With all these beers on tap, you’re going to need something to keep you going. Luckily, Fremont Brewing offers complimentary pretzels with their potent draughts.