Food & Drink Finn MacCool’s Happy Hour At first glance, Finn’s might

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Finn MacCool’s Happy Hour At first glance, Finn’s might appear to be your run-of-the-mill Americanized “Irish” pub, complete with trivia night, karaoke and an official happy hour menu that only reinforces the thought: $3 drinks and $4 apps materialize both early (4-6 p.m.) and late (10 p.m.-midnight). But the bar’s magic is in its nightly rotation of 8 p.m-to-close specials. During Tuesday’s weekly beer pong tourney you can cash in on $5 High Life pitchers even if you don’t have a paddle in your hand, or drown your losses in $3 Jack Daniel’s and Jameson shots. Thursday nights-the alternate bane and fortune of college students-offers the allure of $1 Millers and $3 Jager shots that do their best to keep you from sobering up. And Sunday, for those dedicated enough to keep the streak alive, means half off everything. That’s right, everything. NICK FELDMAN Finn MacCool’s, 4217 University Way N.E., Seattle, WA 98105 FREE Wednesday, February 25, 2015, 4 – 7pm

Finn MacCool’s Happy Hour At first glance, Finn’s might appear to be your run-of-the-mill Americanized “Irish” pub, complete with trivia night, karaoke and an official happy hour menu that only reinforces the thought: $3 drinks and $4 apps materialize both early (4-6 p.m.) and late (10 p.m.-midnight). But the bar’s magic is in its nightly rotation of 8 p.m-to-close specials. During Tuesday’s weekly beer pong tourney you can cash in on $5 High Life pitchers even if you don’t have a paddle in your hand, or drown your losses in $3 Jack Daniel’s and Jameson shots. Thursday nights-the alternate bane and fortune of college students-offers the allure of $1 Millers and $3 Jager shots that do their best to keep you from sobering up. And Sunday, for those dedicated enough to keep the streak alive, means half off everything. That’s right, everything. NICK FELDMAN Finn MacCool’s, 4217 University Way N.E., Seattle, WA 98105 FREE Thursday, February 26, 2015, 4 – 7pm

Finn MacCool’s Happy Hour At first glance, Finn’s might appear to be your run-of-the-mill Americanized “Irish” pub, complete with trivia night, karaoke and an official happy hour menu that only reinforces the thought: $3 drinks and $4 apps materialize both early (4-6 p.m.) and late (10 p.m.-midnight). But the bar’s magic is in its nightly rotation of 8 p.m-to-close specials. During Tuesday’s weekly beer pong tourney you can cash in on $5 High Life pitchers even if you don’t have a paddle in your hand, or drown your losses in $3 Jack Daniel’s and Jameson shots. Thursday nights-the alternate bane and fortune of college students-offers the allure of $1 Millers and $3 Jager shots that do their best to keep you from sobering up. And Sunday, for those dedicated enough to keep the streak alive, means half off everything. That’s right, everything. NICK FELDMAN Finn MacCool’s, 4217 University Way N.E., Seattle, WA 98105 FREE Friday, February 27, 2015, 4 – 7pm

Improv Happy Hour Improv Happy Hour is a sampler of several styles of improv all packed into one show, from movie, literature, or play genres to experimental and risky comical improv forms! All content is based on audience suggestions so expect unexpected fun! Unexpected Productions’ Market Theater, 1428 Post Alley, Seattle $5 Friday, February 27, 2015, 7pm

Improv Happy Hour Improv Happy Hour is a sampler of several styles of improv all packed into one show, from movie, literature, or play genres to experimental and risky comical improv forms! All content is based on audience suggestions so expect unexpected fun! Unexpected Productions’ Market Theater, 1428 Post Alley, Seattle $5 Saturday, February 28, 2015, 7pm

Jazzy Bluesy Sunday Brunch Enjoy brunch and live music with a different featured musical act each month. Artists include Eugenie Jones, Kareem Kandi Band, Ann Reynolds, Charles Mack, and more. See website for complete details.  Maxim’s, 5608 Rainier Ave SSeattle, WA 98118 $15 Sunday, March 1, 2015, 1pm

EntreMundos Jam Sessions Check out “the most diverse and groovy series of jam sessions” hosted by some of the top talented local musicians like pianist Eric Verlinde, bassist Dean Schmidt, master percussionists Jeff Busch, Ernesto Pediangco & Tor Dietrichson and Brazilian vocalist Adriana Giordano. Whatever your favorite flavor: Jazz, Blues, Soul, Latin, Brazilian, Funk or other genres, we’d love to hear you or accompany you if you’d like. Capitol Cider, 818 E Pike St, Seattle Free Monday, March 2, 2015, 9:15pm

Finn MacCool’s Happy Hour At first glance, Finn’s might appear to be your run-of-the-mill Americanized “Irish” pub, complete with trivia night, karaoke and an official happy hour menu that only reinforces the thought: $3 drinks and $4 apps materialize both early (4-6 p.m.) and late (10 p.m.-midnight). But the bar’s magic is in its nightly rotation of 8 p.m-to-close specials. During Tuesday’s weekly beer pong tourney you can cash in on $5 High Life pitchers even if you don’t have a paddle in your hand, or drown your losses in $3 Jack Daniel’s and Jameson shots. Thursday nights-the alternate bane and fortune of college students-offers the allure of $1 Millers and $3 Jager shots that do their best to keep you from sobering up. And Sunday, for those dedicated enough to keep the streak alive, means half off everything. That’s right, everything. NICK FELDMAN Finn MacCool’s, 4217 University Way N.E., Seattle, WA 98105 FREE Tuesday, March 3, 2015, 4 – 7pm

Drink and Think Do smarter people drink cider? Or is it that drinking cider makes people smarter? Come on down to Drink & Think Quiz Nights in the downstairs Ballast Bar and find out! Drink & Think is hosted by GeeksWhoDrink and it’s free to play! There are 8 rounds of quiz, 3 of which are bonus rounds! Win a bonus round and win a drink ticket! Win the whole thing and you get a gift certificate. The only thing you have to lose: your honor! Capitol Cider, 818 E Pike St, Seattle Free Tuesday, March 3, 2015, 8pm

Finn MacCool’s Happy Hour At first glance, Finn’s might appear to be your run-of-the-mill Americanized “Irish” pub, complete with trivia night, karaoke and an official happy hour menu that only reinforces the thought: $3 drinks and $4 apps materialize both early (4-6 p.m.) and late (10 p.m.-midnight). But the bar’s magic is in its nightly rotation of 8 p.m-to-close specials. During Tuesday’s weekly beer pong tourney you can cash in on $5 High Life pitchers even if you don’t have a paddle in your hand, or drown your losses in $3 Jack Daniel’s and Jameson shots. Thursday nights-the alternate bane and fortune of college students-offers the allure of $1 Millers and $3 Jager shots that do their best to keep you from sobering up. And Sunday, for those dedicated enough to keep the streak alive, means half off everything. That’s right, everything. NICK FELDMAN Finn MacCool’s, 4217 University Way N.E., Seattle, WA 98105 FREE Wednesday, March 4, 2015, 4 – 7pm

Finn MacCool’s Happy Hour At first glance, Finn’s might appear to be your run-of-the-mill Americanized “Irish” pub, complete with trivia night, karaoke and an official happy hour menu that only reinforces the thought: $3 drinks and $4 apps materialize both early (4-6 p.m.) and late (10 p.m.-midnight). But the bar’s magic is in its nightly rotation of 8 p.m-to-close specials. During Tuesday’s weekly beer pong tourney you can cash in on $5 High Life pitchers even if you don’t have a paddle in your hand, or drown your losses in $3 Jack Daniel’s and Jameson shots. Thursday nights-the alternate bane and fortune of college students-offers the allure of $1 Millers and $3 Jager shots that do their best to keep you from sobering up. And Sunday, for those dedicated enough to keep the streak alive, means half off everything. That’s right, everything. NICK FELDMAN Finn MacCool’s, 4217 University Way N.E., Seattle, WA 98105 FREE Thursday, March 5, 2015, 4 – 7pm

Finn MacCool’s Happy Hour At first glance, Finn’s might appear to be your run-of-the-mill Americanized “Irish” pub, complete with trivia night, karaoke and an official happy hour menu that only reinforces the thought: $3 drinks and $4 apps materialize both early (4-6 p.m.) and late (10 p.m.-midnight). But the bar’s magic is in its nightly rotation of 8 p.m-to-close specials. During Tuesday’s weekly beer pong tourney you can cash in on $5 High Life pitchers even if you don’t have a paddle in your hand, or drown your losses in $3 Jack Daniel’s and Jameson shots. Thursday nights-the alternate bane and fortune of college students-offers the allure of $1 Millers and $3 Jager shots that do their best to keep you from sobering up. And Sunday, for those dedicated enough to keep the streak alive, means half off everything. That’s right, everything. NICK FELDMAN Finn MacCool’s, 4217 University Way N.E., Seattle, WA 98105 FREE Friday, March 6, 2015, 4 – 7pm

Improv Happy Hour Improv Happy Hour is a sampler of several styles of improv all packed into one show, from movie, literature, or play genres to experimental and risky comical improv forms! All content is based on audience suggestions so expect unexpected fun! Unexpected Productions’ Market Theater, 1428 Post Alley, Seattle $5 Friday, March 6, 2015, 7pm

Improv Happy Hour Improv Happy Hour is a sampler of several styles of improv all packed into one show, from movie, literature, or play genres to experimental and risky comical improv forms! All content is based on audience suggestions so expect unexpected fun! Unexpected Productions’ Market Theater, 1428 Post Alley, Seattle $5 Saturday, March 7, 2015, 7pm

Jazzy Bluesy Sunday Brunch Enjoy brunch and live music with a different featured musical act each month. Artists include Eugenie Jones, Kareem Kandi Band, Ann Reynolds, Charles Mack, and more. See website for complete details.  Maxim’s, 5608 Rainier Ave SSeattle, WA 98118 $15 Sunday, March 8, 2015, 1pm

EntreMundos Jam Sessions Check out “the most diverse and groovy series of jam sessions” hosted by some of the top talented local musicians like pianist Eric Verlinde, bassist Dean Schmidt, master percussionists Jeff Busch, Ernesto Pediangco & Tor Dietrichson and Brazilian vocalist Adriana Giordano. Whatever your favorite flavor: Jazz, Blues, Soul, Latin, Brazilian, Funk or other genres, we’d love to hear you or accompany you if you’d like. Capitol Cider, 818 E Pike St, Seattle Free Monday, March 9, 2015, 9:15pm

Finn MacCool’s Happy Hour At first glance, Finn’s might appear to be your run-of-the-mill Americanized “Irish” pub, complete with trivia night, karaoke and an official happy hour menu that only reinforces the thought: $3 drinks and $4 apps materialize both early (4-6 p.m.) and late (10 p.m.-midnight). But the bar’s magic is in its nightly rotation of 8 p.m-to-close specials. During Tuesday’s weekly beer pong tourney you can cash in on $5 High Life pitchers even if you don’t have a paddle in your hand, or drown your losses in $3 Jack Daniel’s and Jameson shots. Thursday nights-the alternate bane and fortune of college students-offers the allure of $1 Millers and $3 Jager shots that do their best to keep you from sobering up. And Sunday, for those dedicated enough to keep the streak alive, means half off everything. That’s right, everything. NICK FELDMAN Finn MacCool’s, 4217 University Way N.E., Seattle, WA 98105 FREE Tuesday, March 10, 2015, 4 – 7pm

Drink and Think Do smarter people drink cider? Or is it that drinking cider makes people smarter? Come on down to Drink & Think Quiz Nights in the downstairs Ballast Bar and find out! Drink & Think is hosted by GeeksWhoDrink and it’s free to play! There are 8 rounds of quiz, 3 of which are bonus rounds! Win a bonus round and win a drink ticket! Win the whole thing and you get a gift certificate. The only thing you have to lose: your honor! Capitol Cider, 818 E Pike St, Seattle Free Tuesday, March 10, 2015, 8pm

Finn MacCool’s Happy Hour At first glance, Finn’s might appear to be your run-of-the-mill Americanized “Irish” pub, complete with trivia night, karaoke and an official happy hour menu that only reinforces the thought: $3 drinks and $4 apps materialize both early (4-6 p.m.) and late (10 p.m.-midnight). But the bar’s magic is in its nightly rotation of 8 p.m-to-close specials. During Tuesday’s weekly beer pong tourney you can cash in on $5 High Life pitchers even if you don’t have a paddle in your hand, or drown your losses in $3 Jack Daniel’s and Jameson shots. Thursday nights-the alternate bane and fortune of college students-offers the allure of $1 Millers and $3 Jager shots that do their best to keep you from sobering up. And Sunday, for those dedicated enough to keep the streak alive, means half off everything. That’s right, everything. NICK FELDMAN Finn MacCool’s, 4217 University Way N.E., Seattle, WA 98105 FREE Wednesday, March 11, 2015, 4 – 7pm

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Don Nordo del Midwest The restaurant/theater finally takes residence with a new show in the long-vacant former Elliott Bay Book Co. space in Pioneer Square. Ending date TBD. Cafe Nordo, 109 S. Main St.Seattle, Washington 98104 See website for details. Thursday, March 12, 2015

Drink and Draw with Gage Academy We’re a new venue for the Blitz Capitol Hill Art Walk. We will have a live model on stage along with a Gage drawing instructor. We’ll provide the drawing materials and you can come and draw or watch the artists at work! Capitol Cider, 818 E Pike St, Seattle Free Thursday, March 12, 2015, 4pm

Finn MacCool’s Happy Hour At first glance, Finn’s might appear to be your run-of-the-mill Americanized “Irish” pub, complete with trivia night, karaoke and an official happy hour menu that only reinforces the thought: $3 drinks and $4 apps materialize both early (4-6 p.m.) and late (10 p.m.-midnight). But the bar’s magic is in its nightly rotation of 8 p.m-to-close specials. During Tuesday’s weekly beer pong tourney you can cash in on $5 High Life pitchers even if you don’t have a paddle in your hand, or drown your losses in $3 Jack Daniel’s and Jameson shots. Thursday nights-the alternate bane and fortune of college students-offers the allure of $1 Millers and $3 Jager shots that do their best to keep you from sobering up. And Sunday, for those dedicated enough to keep the streak alive, means half off everything. That’s right, everything. NICK FELDMAN Finn MacCool’s, 4217 University Way N.E., Seattle, WA 98105 FREE Thursday, March 12, 2015, 4 – 7pm

Finn MacCool’s Happy Hour At first glance, Finn’s might appear to be your run-of-the-mill Americanized “Irish” pub, complete with trivia night, karaoke and an official happy hour menu that only reinforces the thought: $3 drinks and $4 apps materialize both early (4-6 p.m.) and late (10 p.m.-midnight). But the bar’s magic is in its nightly rotation of 8 p.m-to-close specials. During Tuesday’s weekly beer pong tourney you can cash in on $5 High Life pitchers even if you don’t have a paddle in your hand, or drown your losses in $3 Jack Daniel’s and Jameson shots. Thursday nights-the alternate bane and fortune of college students-offers the allure of $1 Millers and $3 Jager shots that do their best to keep you from sobering up. And Sunday, for those dedicated enough to keep the streak alive, means half off everything. That’s right, everything. NICK FELDMAN Finn MacCool’s, 4217 University Way N.E., Seattle, WA 98105 FREE Friday, March 13, 2015, 4 – 7pm

Improv Happy Hour Improv Happy Hour is a sampler of several styles of improv all packed into one show, from movie, literature, or play genres to experimental and risky comical improv forms! All content is based on audience suggestions so expect unexpected fun! Unexpected Productions’ Market Theater, 1428 Post Alley, Seattle $5 Friday, March 13, 2015, 7pm

Improv Happy Hour Improv Happy Hour is a sampler of several styles of improv all packed into one show, from movie, literature, or play genres to experimental and risky comical improv forms! All content is based on audience suggestions so expect unexpected fun! Unexpected Productions’ Market Theater, 1428 Post Alley, Seattle $5 Saturday, March 14, 2015, 7pm




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