Seattle's Greatest Classic Decks

Seattle's Greatest Classic Decks

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If you haven't checked them out or don't even know they exist, you are missing out.

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    They don't do a wedge salad anymore, but during happy hour—3 to 6 p.m. and again from 9 p.m. to close—you can get a cheeseburger and fries for $6.75.
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    When the sun is out, the inside of the Twilight Exit seems like a dark cave. Thankfully, it's a dark cave that's attached to a patio so sun-drenched, the bar sells cheap sunglasses ($2!).
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    Having narrowly eluded closure and certain gentrification a few years back, the ivy-covered Roanoke remains exactly the same as it's always been: dim and unfancy and friendly and mellow.
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    Opening up wide behind the bar's slender interior, Loretta's backyard is a spacious playground outfitted with various tables (a half dozen or so metal four-tops, one ping-pong).
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    The waterfront seating is on the pier—directly upon the glinting Sound—with grazillion-dollar unimpeded views of Mount Rainier to the south, the Olympics to the west, and, around the other side, the sculpture park for a little culture.
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    Surrounded by friendly plants, enjoying Saint John's unstoppably great mac and cheese plus a few happy hour sangrias, you could definitely find yourself back there for hours without ever realizing it.
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    Let's talk about the view. Not the view of the canal connecting Lake Washington to Lake Union, or the sunshine twinkling on the cyan waves of Portage Bay.
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