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Belltown Pub Opens in Belltown, Today!

Wings!!!! Belltown Pub's tasting photos gave me a glimpse of these diamond dandies.

Back in June, I did a short article about the return of the Belltown Pub. Back at that time, there was some hope that the Pub would be up and running by July.

Well, that didn’t happen, but each and every day I noticed people working on it. From painting the outside, to replacing furniture, to installing 6 or 7 large LCD TVs, to completing the bar and its 8 or so taps, to finally this week – putting up the new brass-styled “Belltown Pub” sign.

I walked by the new Pub yesterday afternoon to notice a locked door and an “OPEN” sign in the off position. But, inside was a full staff setting tables, TVs blazing and 8 beautiful tap handles ready to pour. It appears that the Belltown Pub has finally arrived.

I still cannot locate a website for the new Pub, but they do sport a fine Facebook page. The pages describes the bar as follows:

Welcome to the Belltown Pub, A Northwest inspired restaurant and bar situated in the heart of Belltown! Come check us out for our great food, signature cocktails and local craft beer selection!

Open for Lunch and Dinner 7 Days a week!

Then they posted this little nugget:

Belltown Pub Belltown Pub will be open to the public this Friday 8/20/2010! Come help us celebrate our opening by trying one of our signature cocktails, local draft beers, or some amazing “Pub Grub”

So, it appears they are open for business. The Pub will serve you from 11:00 AM-12:00 AM each day, staying open to 2 AM on Thursday-Saturday.

When I walked past yesterday, I noticed tap handles for Bridgeport’s Hop Czar and Georgetown’s Chopper Red. Cannot wait to check it out. Let us know if you do!

  1. August 20, 2010 at 1:22 pm

    Hey there. We were able to check it out yesterday. We didn’t get a list of the beers on tap, but it looked like a pretty decent selection for 8 taps. Hopefully they rotate them out frequently. Here’s our write-up.


    • August 20, 2010 at 2:23 pm

      Thanks Jesse –

      i just put a small comment on your write up as well. Im hoping for heavy rotation as well. You can do a lot with 8 taps as long as people drink the beer.

      Thanks again.

  1. August 20, 2010 at 12:29 pm

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