Bottoms Up!

Walk through the doors at the corner of Greenwood Avenue and 74th St, and you will be delighted to be in one of Phinney/Greenwood’s favorite pubs, the 74th Street Ale House. Manager Charlie Hutchinson and his friendly staff will welcome you and offer you a great time in dining, or enjoying your choice from their wide selection of local brews.

The food at the 74th St. is anything but ordinary “Pub Grub”. You will find homemade soups, fresh salads and some of their most popular dishes: Rueben and Chicken Breast sandwiches, and authentic New Orleans Gumbo (secret recipe, of course) concocted in their own kitchen by a chef sworn to secrecy!.

Every Wednesday is “Cask Wednesday” at the Ale House.  At 5:00, a cask of naturally fermented local beer is placed on the counter where customers can enjoy a special brew. Bottoms Up!  

The 74th St. is a big favorite with locals, and more and more people are discovering it all the time. Charlie is a resident of Phinney Ridge, and has successfully managed the Pub since 1991. The owners, Jeff Eagen and Jeff Reich have backgrounds in England and originally fashioned the Ale House in English Pub style.  Many of those features still exist today, at 7401-Greenwood Ave N., Tel: 206-784-2955
 

Posted on December 6, 2012 at 1:36 am
Dan Fresonke | Category: Greenwood, Local Businesses, Phinney Ridge | Tagged , , , , ,

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