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The Garage was once indeed an auto repair shop, and renovations left its industrial interior intact while updating and upping the appeal by incorporating chrome and vinyl accents. The voluminous... Read More
The Garage was once indeed an auto repair shop, and renovations left its industrial interior intact while updating and upping the appeal by incorporating chrome and vinyl accents. The voluminous space is home to a bar, a restaurant, a pool hall, and a bowling alley, all of which are frequented by a youngish crowd and fledgling musicians. It's far from your average pool-hall dive, and prices reflect that – and they're worth it. The atmosphere and vibe are excellent, and the globally influenced food menu is available daily beginning at 3 p.m. when the place opens, so afternoon imbibers don't have to rely on bar snacks while waiting for a full meal. Early happy hour, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. daily, means excellent prices on draft beer, well drinks, pool, and bowling.
- Daily 3pm-2am
- Pool $5 - $14
Bowling $5 - $25
Shoe Rental $3
- Bars: "The Garage offers excellent late-night happy hour deals on food, bowling and pool. Plus, grunge god and Pearl Jam lead guitarist Mike McCready is one of the investor/owners of the Garage, so in one of those six-degrees-of-separation moments, a trip to this spot is almost like hanging with rock royalty."
- Best for Bars Because: As a Seattle institution, The Garage boasts a bar, restaurant, pool hall and bowling alley--all in one expansive Capitol Hill space.