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Sunset Tavern, The

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5433 Ballard Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98107
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(206) 784-4880
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Sunset Tavern, The - Seattle, WA

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Great music scene, this bar is fast on the heels of the Tractor and attracts really great shows. Crowds can be sardine-can like or suprisingly sparce. I once had an awesome Crack ...

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What can I say after living in Ballard for over 20 years. I never thought a place like this would open here. Good live music and you can do your best rock star moment with a li...

PUNK ROCK? 10/28/2002

What can I say after living in Ballard for over 20 years. I never thought a place like this would open here. Good live music and you can do your best rock star moment with a live band behind you. But be very very careful when ordering as the bartenders can be very vindictive. Pros: MUSIC, ROCKEROKE, CHICKS Cons: BAD ATTITUDES, SLOW SERVICE, TOO MUCH RED more

Great ambiance, music, fun! 9/25/2002

Great music scene, this bar is fast on the heels of the Tractor and attracts really great shows. Crowds can be sardine-can like or suprisingly sparce. I once had an awesome Crack Sabbath experience here on a Sunday evening with almost now crowd. (Good for me, bad for them!) The stage view totally dissapears if you're not up front. Asian decor is awesome, I think Chop Suey copied them. Many of my female friends have commented about negative vibes from the girls who work there, as mentioned by others. Pros: Great decor, Great music Cons: No Food, Smokey, Sometimes Rude more
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  • The Scene
    In decor and clientele, the Sunset perfectly reflects its changing Ballard neighborhood. Within a space both faux Asian sexy and working-class casual, young hipsters shoot pool and sip pints with older blue-collar regulars and downtown escapees. New ownership rejuvenated this former Chinese restaurant and dive bar in 2000, but its throwback poster ads, hissing dragon fixtures, lanterns, red-velvet wall coverings and weathered interior pay homage to the bar's past.

    The Draw
    The Sunset keeps it simple with reliably strong, rock-heavy show bookings and popular weekly events, such as Movie Mondays and Rockaraoke. With an intimate, laid-back setting that looks and feels like a Shanghai bordello for longshoremen, it's a casual, cool alternative to the usual Seattle club scenes.

  • 9/1/2004 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Payments:

    Visa, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Ballard, Adams

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