Roanoke Park Place

★★★★☆
  • 2409 10th Ave E

    Seattle, WA 98102

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  • 206-324-5882

About Roanoke Park Place

Hours
Sat-Sun 12pm-2am, Mon-Fri 4pm-2am

Food

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Great location, great atmosphere, extremely laid back. This is a bar where you can go to catch a game, have a few after a game, or both. It's nice to see familiar faces in the regulars that are there. Perfect for a early evening cocktail, Wednesday night tacos, Seahawks Sunday, or happy hour.

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★★★★★

Great location, great atmosphere, extremely laid back. This is a bar where you can go to catch a game, have a few after a game, or both. It's nice to see familiar faces in the regulars that are there. Perfect for a early evening cocktail, Wednesday night tacos, Seahawks Sunday, or happy hour.

Pros: local, casual

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The Roanoke is a nice little neighborhood bar with a good selection of beer and food. Their small stage allows local artists to play live music for a classy, more romantic scene.

3
★★★☆☆

The Roanoke is a nice little neighborhood bar with a good selection of beer and food. Their small stage allows local artists to play live music for a classy, more romantic scene.

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I live across the street- probably go in once a month or so with friends, and the staff is always courteous, the beer selection is good, and the food is simple good bar food. I'd highly recommend it to anyone wanting a chill neighborhood hangout.

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★★★★★

I live across the street- probably go in once a month or so with friends, and the staff is always courteous, the beer selection is good, and the food is simple good bar food. I'd highly recommend it to anyone wanting a chill neighborhood hangout.

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I think the negative reviews here stem from a longing for bygone days. The Roanoke, under previous ownership, was more of a clubhouse for the owner and his pals. Since changing ownership, 10 years ago, the place has become more, shall we say, democratic, leaving those used to preferential treatment bent out of shape at the idea that their every wish is no longer fulfilled.

Overall, this is a homey, warm, comfortable space. I have been there many times and have always found the staff to be welcoming and friendly. They're generally smart and funny, too, which may also have rubbed some customers -- those who prefer their drinks served by zombies or attractively human-looking robots -- the wrong way. Me, I'll take some banter with my beer, thanks.

And the nachos can't be beat.

2
★★★★★

I think the negative reviews here stem from a longing for bygone days. The Roanoke, under previous ownership, was more of a clubhouse for the owner and his pals. Since changing ownership, 10 years ago, the place has become more, shall we say, democratic, leaving those used to preferential treatment bent out of shape at the idea that their every wish is no longer fulfilled.

Overall, this is a homey, warm, comfortable space. I have been there many times and have always found the staff to be welcoming and friendly. They're generally smart and funny, too, which may also have rubbed some customers -- those who prefer their drinks served by zombies or attractively human-looking robots -- the wrong way. Me, I'll take some banter with my beer, thanks.

And the nachos can't be beat.

Pros: A microcosm of Seattle. Always.

Cons: Ping pong tables usually already occupied.

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I have been to this establishment 3 times in the last 25 years. Each time I was either ignored or scowled at by the staff and given dirty looks by the regulars. This is a cliqueish room and probably a great hangout if you are a regular or nearby resident, but outsiders are made to feel quite unwelcome. For the record, my appearance and demeanor are normal for the neighborhood.

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★☆☆☆☆

I have been to this establishment 3 times in the last 25 years. Each time I was either ignored or scowled at by the staff and given dirty looks by the regulars. This is a cliqueish room and probably a great hangout if you are a regular or nearby resident, but outsiders are made to feel quite unwelcome. For the record, my appearance and demeanor are normal for the neighborhood.

Pros: none to speak of

Cons: parking, service, ambience

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If you're expecting 4-star service at this neighborhood watering hole keep on moving up 10th E. to Cassis. If you find an occasional lapse in attentive service when ordering at the bar (no table service), chalk it up to the staff (usually one bartender and one cook per shift) kabitzing with regulars and making acquaintances with new patrons...or, they're just plain busy serving up delicious drinks and inviting meals. Hang on, they'll get around to you and your needs in due time. Seek out your favorite sporting event on one of 5 picture-perfect TVs or ping pong it in the beer garden out back.

2
★★★★★

If you're expecting 4-star service at this neighborhood watering hole keep on moving up 10th E. to Cassis. If you find an occasional lapse in attentive service when ordering at the bar (no table service), chalk it up to the staff (usually one bartender and one cook per shift) kabitzing with regulars and making acquaintances with new patrons...or, they're just plain busy serving up delicious drinks and inviting meals. Hang on, they'll get around to you and your needs in due time. Seek out your favorite sporting event on one of 5 picture-perfect TVs or ping pong it in the beer garden out back.

Pros: Reliable staff, Good beer selection, Good grub

Cons: Poor reading light

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This Cheers-like neighborhood tavern has stepped up to liquor-by-the-drink but certainly lacks the care, cleanliness and class it once had. If you enjoy consistent, considerate, cheerful, polite and prompt service, then you must time your patronage to the shifts of the few staff who do a competent job. Also give special credit for taco and soup specials plus the toasty pot-bellied stove during the winter.

0
★☆☆☆☆

This Cheers-like neighborhood tavern has stepped up to liquor-by-the-drink but certainly lacks the care, cleanliness and class it once had. If you enjoy consistent, considerate, cheerful, polite and prompt service, then you must time your patronage to the shifts of the few staff who do a competent job. Also give special credit for taco and soup specials plus the toasty pot-bellied stove during the winter.

Pros: micro Mondays, taco specials, a dozen taps

Cons: ghastly service, minimal smoke venting, rundown & dowdy

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This place is a great cozy neighborhood hangout, where people don't care what you wear and everyone's comfortable. Great food, and ping pong outside. Lots of beer and cocktails to choose from. Close to the UW, so it's easy to meet pre and post-Husky games and avoid the traffic.

2
★★★★★

This place is a great cozy neighborhood hangout, where people don't care what you wear and everyone's comfortable. Great food, and ping pong outside. Lots of beer and cocktails to choose from. Close to the UW, so it's easy to meet pre and post-Husky games and avoid the traffic.

 

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