Jules Maes Saloon

Bar in Georgetown & West Seattle

You could almost absorb the beer off the wallpaper in Seattle's oldest surviving pub: it's been serving since 1888, when the city was a youthful 37 years old. Once a speakeasy and allegedly haunted, it's a well-worn, comfortable, old-fashioned saloon with just the right contemporary touches: tattooed youth at the bar, better-than-average food, a killer tap list of local microbrews.

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