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Roanoke Park Place Tavern

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2409 10th Ave E
Seattle, WA 98102
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(206) 324-5882
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Roanoke Park Place Tavern - Seattle, WA

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Best

Great location, great atmosphere, extremely laid back. This is a bar where you can go to catch a game, have a few after a game, or both. It's nice to see familiar faces in the reg...

Worst

I have been to this establishment 3 times in the last 25 years. Each time I was either ignored or scowled at by the staff and given dirty looks by the regulars. This is a cliqueis...

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The Roanoke Tavern. So Friendly it Stings. 4/5/2006

Here ye, here ye: I’m a sucker for neighborhood institutions; 50% because my parents met at a post-work local pub, 40% because I watched too much 'Cheers', and 10% because I’m lazy. Ok, 90% because I’m lazy. But there’s something to be said about a standard, friendly neighborhood bar…which I believe describes the Roanoke to a T. From the welcoming Ivy covering the outside entrance to the sweet stench of regulars inside; it’s comfort and coziness from start to finish. They’ve got decent bar food made with love and a friendly staff. Typical beer selection and prices, but most importantly they've got heart. Plus, you can call it ‘The Noke’. Because ‘The Roanoke’ takes too long to say. more

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Like drinking beer at homel, but away 3/14/2006

The thing about the Roanoke is that it feels as if you're at a pub that you built in your backyard and a bunch of people are there hanging out with you. The bartenders treat you as if you're a regular no matter if you've been there once or every night for a month. Always a great selection on tap and Rainier if you're indecisive like me. Not too big, great seating, and, in the summer, take your beer and head out back where there is table tennis. Seriously! You can drink a beer and play some pong. They'll even open it for you on a abnormally sunny Saturday now and then in the winter/spring. Always a good crowd, always a good time. more

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humble sports bar with outdoor patio 7/22/2005

This ivy-covered, brick establishment is a cozy option for catching the game on TV. most of the viewing is in the front half of the bar which has several TVs, a decent menu and a wide range of drinks. the back half is more boothy seating, frequently filled with a post-game soccer or softball team. on a big game night this place gets pretty full and if we're talking huskies then it's full of 22 year old guys peering out through the tunnel of their tightly curled baseball hats. the back patio is great when it's open and there are usually some hot ping pong (or beer pong) matches in progress. out of respect for the neighbors, the patio does have a curfew when everyone gets shooed back inside. i want to say 10pm...? more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    Neighborhood sports bars don't get much more authentic than the Roanoke. From the local T-ball team trophies on the wall to the mounted deer head and requisite...

  • 3/14/2005 Provided by Citysearch

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    Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Broadway, Capitol Hill, Montlake, Northeast, Northeast Seattle

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