Brave Horse Tavern has a great beer selection and makes good cocktails and the food can be easily shared with friends thanks to the large communal tables. Fun menu items include the tots and Jell-O shots, the fried cheese curds, and the dessert pretzel chips with a marshmallow-Nutella concoction. Patrons also love playing on the shuffle board table and throwing darts. Folks who live in the area know Brave Horse as one of the best places for brunch as well, and especially popular is the Bloody Scotsman, a version of the Bloody Mary with scotch.
Address & telephone number: 310 Terry Ave N, Seattle, WA, USA, +1 206 971 0717
The Wurst Place has 23 craft, local, and European beers on draft, and sours and more in bottles. Gourmet traditional and game sausages, ranging from German brats to Nurnberger style to smoked elk with cheddar and jalapeños to veggie brats, make for the perfect meals. With gluten free bread, sausage, frites, dips, beer, and cider available, The Wurst Place has something for everyone to fall in love with.
Address & telephone number: 510 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, WA, USA, +1 206 623 3548