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Fearless Critic restaurant review

Mon–Thu 11:00am–10:00pm
Fri 11:00am–11:00pm
Sat 10:00am–11:00am
Sun 10:00am–10:00pm

Features Veg-friendly
Bar Beer, wine, liquor
Credit cards Visa, MC
Reservations Not accepted


5501B Airport Way S.
Seattle, WA
(206) 763-6764
Georgetown Liquor Company
Maybe the healthiest bar food in town

Are you a vegetarian or vegan, but also a bad-ass? Do you like black walls, Battlestar Galactica, and Field Roast? Then come on down to Georgetown Liquor Company, a hipster-anointed hard-drinking den where the microbrews are on tap and the ham is surrounded by quotation marks. Um, but don’t come if you’re a youngster—this place is a bar and no one under 21 is allowed in.

Georgetown Liquor is very Georgetown. It looks like 10 drunk geeks pooled all of their dorm-room junk, threw in some booths and a bar, and turned out the lights. There’s a sandwich called “The Frac” and an appetizer called “Obi-Won-Ton.” (No funny names for the salads, though. Is salad not inherently funny?) There are also arcade games and old Ataris.

But seriously, folks, the food’s good. Although split pea and “vegan ham” soup is nothing special (are you surprised?), the soup of the day is often something simple but well executed, like carrot ginger. Sandwiches are excellent: the above-ridiculed “Frac” is certainly a winner, delightfully combining apricot chutney, lentil-sage Field Roast (an imitation meat), brie, arugula, and roma tomatoes on ciabatta.

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