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Montlake Ale House - 6 Reviews - 23rd, near Montlake Bike Shop, Seattle, WA - Food & Dining Reviews - Phone

Montlake Ale House

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23rd, near Montlake Bike Shop
Seattle, WA 98101
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Montlake Ale House is great for families with kids. It's not exactly kid-focused but it's extremely family friendly and a great place to go if you've got kids in tow.

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Montlake Ale House is Kid Friendly 3/14/2006

Montlake Ale House is great for families with kids. It's not exactly kid-focused but it's extremely family friendly and a great place to go if you've got kids in tow. more

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Montlake Ale House 2/2/2006

I wrote this (http://members.judysbook.com/posts/content/review.aspx?ci=254880) earlier this week. Might be a good place for you. Go early. more

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Family Friendly "Sports Bar" 1/31/2006

Not exactly a sports bar, though they have a nice big screen TV front and center. The Montlake Ale House is a nice change from the standard offerings. It's a family friendly joint until 9 pm, when it becomes a true ale house. Lots of good beers on tap. Food is better than average bar fare - try the humus plate appetizer, the BBQ pork sandwich, and of course nachos. Service could be quicker, but it's always friendly. more

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Great place with enthusiastic people.. 1/23/2006

Well, I don't know how they will be for SuperBowl XL, but I can tell you that every Huskie game, the place is just packed. As I've said in other reviews, the food is just so, so, but to me watching a game is more about who hangs out there. It is a great neighborhood place and there are probably better, 97 flat screens everywhere places, but I do like this as a place to hang for the new "Big Game. more

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Food is OK, but at least it is close 1/20/2006

The food is just OK. The former Grady's actually had terrific prime rib sandwiches, but the new owners have spiffed up the place, but it just seems to me that it lacks that special something. The french fries for instance are plentiful, but they are often limp and greasy or they are burned. The sandwiches and burgers are what is good, but the real reason to hang out here is to watch the game on the big TV. It is owned by the same folks who own the Madrona Ale House and the food is about the same. more

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Great pub, even has toys and play area for your kids! 9/8/2005

The Montlake Ale House opened several months ago at the spot of the former Grady's Pub in Montlake. During renovation, they discovered this old "firepit" in the back where a pool table used to be, and they converted into a play area for toddlers. My husband calls it the Gladiator Pit - since it's a circle surrounded by barstools for the adults to sit and watch their kids play. The pit is carpeted and they even supply some toys and books. But I digress.... the food is pretty good, typical pub fare, lots of good microbrews on tap. I think kids have to leave after 9p or so, but they should be in bed by then anyway..... What a great idea for us parents who can't always get a sitter but still want a nice cold beer or place to watch a sporting event once in a while. more
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