This cozy Irish pub run by the McAleese family has been a favorite for more than three decades. The building was originally the Butterworth & Sons mortuary, and Kells is said to be haunted by several ghosts, possibly including a man who got eighty-sixed for shooting a hole in the wall. To ward off the ghosts, the bar is stocked with holy water. Find Kells and its spirits (plus live Irish music every night) tucked away in Pike Place Market's Post Alley, across from the Pink Door.
Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub
1916 Post Alley,
Hours: Daily 11:30 am-2 am
Breakfast/Brunch, Outdoor Seating
Full Menu, Live Music, Happy Hour, Good for Groups, Snacks Available, Outdoor Seating, Free Wi-Fi
Pub, Neighborhood Joint
Mon-Thu 4-7 pm ($3 appetizers, $3.50 wells, wines, $4.50 drafts); Fri-Sun 4-7 pm ($3 appetizers).