Hale's Ale's


4301 Leary Way NW
Seattle, WA 98107

(206) 402-3264
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Hale's Ale's - Seattle, WA
Hale's Ale's - Seattle, WA
Hale's Ale's - Seattle, WA
Hale's Ale's - Seattle, WA
Hale's Ale's - Seattle, WA
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Beer was beyond excellent and we New Yorkers were bowled over! Thanks to a timely tip by a local pharmacist at Walgreens we got the best treat Seattle could offer. Beer at Hale...


For a lunchtime salad for $12.95 I was expecting something really great, but was very dissappointed with the Jeerk Ceasar Salad. Ceasar salads were once green and full of nutrien...

Hales Ales for Lunch 3/10/2006

I went to Hale's Ales for lunch yesterday, and I was disapointed. I found that for lunch (when I couldn't be partaking in one of their signature ales), that the prices were to high and the food was subpar. I had a salmon burger, which just didn't have any pizaz to it. I'm still game to try it for dinner sometime (when I can partake...), but won't return again for lunch. more

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Great brewpub 3/9/2006

It is unlikely you're going to walk to Hale's, which is unfortunate because their beer is very good. Set up in the new-traditional brewpub style, you're surrounded by big vats that are working on producing the beer that flows from the taps. Their food is really good as well. It ranges from traditional bar fare to more upscale dishes. In addition to being a great place to go with a small group, I've also seen large groups there (weddings, etc.). more

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Always good beer and pretty good food to boot 11/2/2005

I like getting kegs from here for any events and if I have time its always nice to get a pint and some food. They are definitely on the pub food side of things, but I have always been happy with the quality and price of things there. If you sit at the bar, get to know the bartenders, they are always pretty nice and sometimes will hook you up with a beer someone ended up not wanting, etc... more

Nice beer, decent food 8/18/2005

Hale's is in that odd stretch of Leary Way between Ballard and Fremont, interspersed with shipyards and storage units. Despite its odd location, once you enter, it's clearly a haven for good beer and good food. The big fermenters are on proud display in front, and the entryway smells like a brewery -- malt and bleach. Once inside the restaurant, the decor is a bit sterile but the bar is big and wooden and comfortable, and the booths are cozy. A dozen of Hale's own beers are on tap and are all worth a try; the house flavor is distinctive and pleasant, and the brews are generally European-inspired. The dinner menu is a mix of sandwiches, salads and very good looking pizzas. You won't find any greay culinary adventurousness here, but the food is solid and a good counterpart to the beer. On Monday nights they barbecue, and though I haven't tried it, it smells wonderful, smoky and meaty. Of note, Hale's is a restaurant, not a pub, so children under 21 are allowed; this makes it a good choice for parents who want a craft-brewed beer with dinner. more
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  • Hales brewery is a hub for creativity and a huge selection of beer. With seasonal drink offerings and the slogan think globally, drink...

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  • Hours: Monday To Thursday From 11:00 AM To 10:00 PM Friday From 11:00 AM To 11:00 PM Saturday From 09:00 AM To 11:00 PM Sunday From 09:00 AM To 10:00 PM
  • Payments: American Express, Visa, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods: Fremont, Lake Union