June 10th, 2011 by Sean Keeley
Chances are if you’ve recently attended an event at Fremont Abbey, Hale’s Auditorium or many other Seattle hotspots, you’ve used Brown Paper Tickets to buy your ticket (which may or may not be brown or even paper).
BPT is opening a new office here in Fremont, right above LTD Bar & Grill (309 North 36th Street) and they’d love to meet you and get your feedback on their service.
On June 23rd, BPT is hosting an open house at their new digs. They’d love to have a drink with you and hear how your events are going. Drop bt any time between 3 and 7pm.
It goes without saying, you can RSVP for the event through Brown Paper Tickets.
Tags: brown paper tickets, LTD
May 10th, 2011 by Sean Keeley
As a remembrance of the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens, Red Hook Brewery will hold the 16th annual “Haul Ash” Tour de Brew bicycle ride – a 42-mile, round-trip excursion between the current Red Hook Brewery (14300 NE 145th St) and Fremont, the birthplace of Red Hook, on Sunday, May 15th.
Fremont is expected to have heavier than usual bicycle traffic, especially on N 36th near LTD Bar and Grill, which is the half way stop point for the ride.
After departing Redhook riders will turn left, cross the bridge and head north on the Sammamish River Trail. Riders will meander along the Sammamish River Trail until it becomes the Burke-Gilman Trail. Views of Lake Washington, the University of Washington and Lake Union inspire riders to the midway point. Upon arriving in Fremont riders will turn right off of the Burke-Gilman trail onto Phinney Ave N. and continue North towards N. 36th Street. At the intersection of Phinney Ave and N. 36th Street,riders will take a left and continue halfway down the block to LTD Bar and Grill, the midway point, located on the left side of the street at 309 N. 36th Street.
Admission to the after-Party is included in the rider registration fee. The after-Party is also open to the public with a suggested entry donation of $5. Proceeds benefit Seattle’s Bike Works non-profit organization.
Tags: bicycling, LTD, redhook
March 10th, 2011 by Sean Keeley
Some news, notes and happenings around town…
Join Council member Mike O’Brien, Don Stark and a representative from the Mayor’s office for a panel discussion on Seattle Utility Taxes and Rates at LTD Bar & Grill on March 16th between 12 – 3pm. They’ll discuss how these taxes & rates currently affect business, where the money is spent and how these business expenses will change in the future.
If you stop by the White Rabbit, make sure you try The Looking Glass. The aqua-colored cocktail consists of blueberry Stoli, hpnotiq liqueur (a blend of fruit juices, premium vodka and cognac) and a splash of sour.
Speaking of the White Rabbit, Boise musician Marcus Eaton brings his unique blend of rock, reggae, flamenco, jazz and folk to The White Rabbit in Seattle’s Fremont District for a solo acoustic performance on Saturday, March 12th at 8 pm. For more information, visit www.marcuseaton.com.
Seattle Weekly’s Jason Sheehan scours Seattle for the best pie in town and he finds it at…Pie. “I ate well at Pie and walked away happy.”
Over at Karin Collins Studio, they’re hosting movie night on Friday (the very funny “Shaolin Soccer“) while next weekend will be the “Balancing The Heart Qijong Workshop” March 19th and 20th. Visit www.karincollins.com for more info.
Are you a bottle, sign or electrical artifact collector? Then you better head over to the Insulator/Bottle Collector’s Get Together at B.F. Day on Saturday at 10am.
Tags: karin collins, LTD, Pie, white rabbit
October 23rd, 2009 by Heidi
After several months of watching it come together, LTD Bar + Grill (309 N. 36th St) is finally opening it’s doors to the public on Saturday. Co-owner Brian Parks describes it as the “only ‘true’ sports bar in Fremont”.
The menu is “high-quality pub fare”, with prices ranging from around $3.25 for a pretzel to $11.25 for steak and fries or meatloaf. There’s also lots of comfort food staples in between, like Tator Tots, Fried Pickles, Mac & Cheese Wedges and Pigs in a Blanket (all $4.95-$5.95).
Eleven flat screen TVs line the walls around the bar and are viewable from virtually any spot inside. There’s also a pool table, air hockey and 12 beers on tap. That giant iPhone looking thing hanging on the wall (above) is a digital jukebox. Gone are the days of discreet song selections here!
LTD will be open for lunch during the week at 11:30 a.m. and 10 a.m. on the weekend. Happy Hour is from 3:00-6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday when several food items will be 4 to 5 bucks. On Sundays, you can catch a game on TV and enjoy the Sunday Special – a burger and beer for $6.95.
Tags: bars, LTD