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Beer Star

This White Center beer hall has quickly become a neighborhood staple for parents of human and dog babies alike. With an ever-growing 50-plus tap list that touches on both wine and cider, and a friendly staff who have treats, toys, and water bowls set out for your furry friends, this is the perfect spot to grab a cold one with your pup. During happy hour, you can snag $1 off all pints, and it's also connected to Li'l Woody's and Southside Pizza, so you can grab a burger or a slice if you get hungry. Be sure to tag #dogsofbeerstar on your Instagram pics, and check their feed for some adorable regulars. Happy Hour: 2–4 pm Mon–Fri; 9801 16th Ave SW, 206-453-3088.

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Norm's Eatery & Alehouse

No Seattle dog guide would be complete without a nod to Norm's, hands down one of the most popular dog-friendly spots in the city. On any given day, you can barely pull up a seat at the bar without stepping on a tail or two. If you're in Fremont with your pup, it's a must-visit, and they take dog-friendly up a notch with a special menu featuring treats for your pup, like beer stix, cod skins, or a bacon pupcake. Most importantly, they also have a solid happy hour, featuring deals on appetizers like hummus plates ($6), nachos ($6), and jumbo wings (6 for $8/10 for $13) as well as various drink specials. Happy Hour: 4–7 pm daily and 9–11 am Sat–Sun; 460 N 36th St, 206-547-1417.


Super Six

You don't have to travel to Hawaii to get a taste of the islands. The folks behind Marination are serving up island-inspired eats in Columbia City, and your pup can join you outside on their giant patio. Super Six has an awesome daily happy hour featuring $1 off drafts, $6 wine pours, and $7 cocktails, like the floral hibiscus margarita, along with bites like Spam or pork-belly musubi ($4 and $5), hand-dipped Portuguese sausage corn dogs ($5), or Aloha fries topped with savory Kahlua pork, kimchi mayo, and a fried egg ($7). They also have a late-night happy hour, in case you and your pup just can't make it there earlier. Happy Hour: 3–6 pm daily, 9–10 pm Sun–Thurs, 10–11 pm Fri–Sat; 3714 S Hudson St, 206-420-1201.


Anju Bar and Eatery

The folks behind this White Center place are taking bar snacks to the next level with Korean fried rice, kimchi mac and cheese balls, kimchi quesadillas, and rice bowls piled high with Korean barbecue chicken and fried veggies. Their covered patio is dog-friendly and full of games like giant Jenga and a ring toss that's just a ring tied to a string that you throw around a hook on the wall. The drinks are stiff, and the drinking games are getting creative over here. Their happy hour menu includes several $6 cocktails, $2 off all wines, $1 off select draft beers, and $3 off all food items. Happy Hour: 4–6 pm and 9 pm–close daily; 9641 15th Ave SW, 206-397-4669.


Bar Ciudad

The first time I brought my dog to Bar Ciudad in Georgetown, it just so happened to be paella night, and it was full of people getting turnt on a Wednesday. The DJ was out, the oysters were on the outdoor grill, and the courtyard was full of people and their pups having a great fucking night. This Mediterranean wonderland is just as fun every other day of the week, and their courtyard is dog-friendly! During happy hour, enjoy $5 drafts, $8 glasses of wine, and delicious dips for $3, like baba ghanoush or smoked yogurt—or indulge in a full rotisserie chicken (and quietly share it with your pup?) for $14. Happy Hour: 3–6 pm Tues–Sat; 6118 12th Ave S, 206-717-2984.

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West Seattle Brewing Co. Tap Shack

It's a travesty that dogs aren't allowed on most of Seattle's beaches, and I may or may not be 100 percent guilty of letting my pit bull run rampant at many of them. Thankfully, the gracious owners of West Seattle Brewing Co. saw this as a disservice as well, and opened a second outpost on Alki complete with a sandbox your dogs can legally lounge in. You can grab $4 pints and $6 glasses of wine during happy hour. They're also keeping the ambience of its predecessor Slices alive and have continued to sell slices of pizza. Don't forget to drop a piece of crust or two for your pup! Happy Hour: 3–6 pm daily; 2536 Alki Ave SW, 206-420-4523.


Summit Public House

Been seeking someplace fun to watch the Seahawks or Sounders games with your pup? Look no further than Summit Public House on Capitol Hill, a no-fuss neighborhood sports bar where four-legged canine friends are always welcome, and they're always playing whatever game of the season is on. Bring your crew and doggies to happy hour for $2 off pitchers, $1 off drafts, and $2 off cocktails. If the stars align, you just might be able to catch them on taco night, which is obviously on Tuesdays. Happy Hour: 4–6 pm daily; 601 Summit Ave E, #102, 206-324-7611.

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