If it’s not obvious, we’re pretty big on cannabis here at Have a Heart in Belltown. There’s such an incredible array of new and exciting cannabis products coming in the door literally every day; just follow our live menu and you can watch it change by the hour.
But when closing time rolls around, we like to kick back and relax just like you do. And Belltown, located right in the heart of Downtown Seattle, has so much to offer. Here’s just a sampling of our favorite Belltown bars; maybe we’ll see you at one soon!
Our Favorite Belltown Bars
Some Random Bar
2604 1st Ave
Seattle, WA 98121
Let’s be honest: This joint would be on our list even if it weren’t a great hangout, just based on its name. But fortunately, it delivers the goods and then some: Generous specials (we can’t print the name of the Monday night special, but from 10 pm to close, the food and drinks are half-price), plus way better-than-average pub grub. Try the duck confit Vietnamese banh mi sandwich or a juicy, plant-based Impossible Burger served with gooey burrata cheese. Oh, and the salty attitude? It’s free of charge.
240 2nd Ave S
Seattle, WA 98104
There’s no shortage of diversions at this Pioneer Place mainstay, from a 9-hole miniature golf course that spells out “Seattle” to Flatstick’s proprietary “Duffleboard,” a tabletop golf game using real golf balls (but fortunately not real drivers). Look for week night happy hours, a huge list of local beers and ciders, and food by well-loved Manu’s Tacos to boot.
1432 Western Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
Now here’s something out of the ordinary: A Spanish-style seafood-themed tavern plopped right in the heart of Seattle. Owner Bryan Jarr co-authored the “In the Kitchen with the Pike Place Fish Guys” book and went on to bring his love of cured seafood treats to this picturesque little bar. Look for salty specialties like traditional jamon iberico, salty cheeses, and oil-packed anchovies and cockles, plus Spanish-style cocktails, wines, and beers.
Belltown Bars: Highline Bar
210 Broadway E
Seattle, WA 98102
Classy? Not really. Sassy? Hell yeah! You’ll find no meat (or even dairy products) at this punky bar and music venue, but don’t be put off: You likely won’t miss them. Try titanic sandwiches like the “Pig Destroyer” (“pork” braised in tangy Carolina-style BBQ sauce) and (naturally, our favorite) the Weedeater: Juicy marinated and grilled portobello mushroom cutlets with specially seasoned tomatoes, zucchini, sweet caramelized onions, and white-bean spread. The fun and inventive vibe extends to house-infused vodkas, tequilas, and more. Definitely not a place you’ll forget any time soon….