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Steelheads Alley


1201 1st Ave S, Seattle
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Steelheads Alley is a pub within a pub. Think of it like a fishbowl inside Hatback Bar & Grille, only with beer instead of water, and the fish are on the menu. And while Hatback is bigger, prioritize Steelheads for your pre-game eating and drinking. It doubles as a Métier Brewing microbrewery, and the memorabilia-filled space pays homage to the Seattle Steelheads —a.k.a. the city’s Negro Baseball League team that played during the 1940s. If you came for beer, Métier brews their beer onsite, like the chocolatey Sherwood stout named after the Steeheads legend. And even though the kitchen is helmed by Hatback, there are a few (much better) food items exclusive to Métier, like a delicious smoked oyster dip, and onion rings fried in an IPA batter.

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