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Kells Irish Restaurant And Pub Dec29 - 33 Reviews - 1916 Post Aly, Seattle, WA - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (206) 728-1916

Kells Irish Restaurant And Pub Dec29

1916 Post Aly
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 728-1916
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Kells Irish Restaurant And Pub Dec29 - Seattle, WA
Kells Irish Restaurant And Pub Dec29 - Seattle, WA
Kells Irish Restaurant And Pub Dec29 - Seattle, WA


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Kells is a great place for socializing. Good beer, good food, love the pasties(I think chicken's the best). The staff are usually friendly. You can have a lot of fun here, peop...


The service at this restaurant is absolutly horrible. I went in with my boyfriend and we approached the bar and asked if we could sit outside since the weather was nice. The barte...

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Too Crowded but still worth it. 9/5/2006

If you still want to chat up college women and meet 30 people who all claim to be "Irish" through their great-great-great grandfathers birth, then this is the spot. I've had tons of fun here in the past and pretty much everytime I've been lately. You're guaranteed to see a bachelorette party on the weekends and, in general, loads of people ready to have a good time. My only problem is that you can ring up a pretty large tab for one person if you're not careful, so not for the budget minded. It's a fun spot to go to that I think everyone can agree on in your group as there is always something for someone there. more

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Kell's-where Ireland is whole again 6/30/2006

I was eating lunch and watching a world cup match at Kells when I realized that the map of Ireland on the menu did not have a line dividing Ireland from Northern Ireland. This feeling of Irish nationalism and unity pervades throughout Kell's. Kell's is located by Pike Place Market and is open for all meals including happy hour. The liquor selection has depth and the food, while somewhat expensive, tastes like Ireland. Happy hour here is a real bargain with oyster shooters and Irish Stew on the menu. There is live entertainment many nights of the week and a congenial European like atmosphere that makes Kell's one of my favorites bars in the area. more

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Good times at Kells! 5/12/2006

I don't have an Irish bone in my body - but that doesn't stop me from loving Kells. You can't help but be swept away with the Celtic spirit here, and it helps if you order a Guiness and sing along with the Irish folk tunes, if you're so inclined. If you're feeling peckish, the menu is full of acceptable pub grub, including such things as bangers and mash (yum!) and shephard's pie. The atmosphere is fun and in the summer you can sit outside. more

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Good Irish spirit 3/9/2006

Having spent some years in Chicago, I am less than overwhelmed by the number of Irish patrons in relation to Irish-Americans and the other general Seatteites at Kells, but I am impressed by how the Celtic spirit and pride are still strong. I've seen people break out in song--well, sing along to the more popular Irish folk music that they play--and I've seen some pretty adorable older people dance on the limited floor space. I've also been there on weekends when music wasn't playing and the place seemed just like two rooms full of dark decor and endless rows of tables. On the less lively nights, Kells turns into a pretty standard Irish pub with less-than-comfortable seating, which I guess is standard Irish pub. The pasties and sausage roll are buttery and delicious, although small (that may be the intended size, but I found it a little expensive for what it was). The beer list has some recognizable Irish and English drinks, but it's not particularly long. When the weather is better, there is limited patio seating available. Located in Post Alley, Kells is nearby a lot of the downtown action. Parking is, thus, at a premium. more

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Kells is a good time 3/9/2006

OK. Full disclosure is it's been years since I've been to Kells. The last time I think I was there was 2001 or so. Years. Given that major caveat, I still feel compelled to write a great review of the place. On a good night, the whiskey, wine, and stout flow and the patrons sing songs from the old country. I recall a song about a long necked goose or something but I digress. It's a fun place to stop for a drink or three on a dark and dreary winter night in Seattle. The spirit and Spirits will lift your, er, spirit. more
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  • In Short
    Various Pike Place Market visitors and regulars settle in to drink, eat and talk. On weekends, the bar scene is overwhelmingly young. There's an outdoor patio for sipping and...

  • 9/29/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Daily 11:30am-2am
  • Payments:

    Master Card, American Express, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Downtown, Pike Place Market