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Magnolia Village Pub

3221 W McGraw St, Seattle, WA 98199
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Monday, January 19, 2009
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Village pub by Jared K. at InsiderPages
Your typical village sports bar. They have a ton of tvs so you can watch any game your heart desires for. I like the hummus plate a lot here and they have good beer specials.

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pcraigdaniels

pcraigdaniels

Monday, December 1, 2008
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Hidden Hideout
The Magnolia Pub has changed a lot from the old days, when it was located
across the street, but it is still a great place to hang out.
Nice and mellow vibe, no pretense, and good food and beer.

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Recommended: Yes
dbarten

dbarten

Sunday, October 26, 2008
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the best sports bar around
i've been going tp the village pub since i've moved here a couple years ago. it has vastly improved since kevin and su-jin have taken over in may, and they are very accomodating to their customers. they have just put out an amazing new menu with a wide range of items that will fill any appetite. its the only sports bar i know of where you can order dumplings and thai flavored prawns with still maintaining that neighborhood feel. new booths, tables and chairs have been added giving the place a clean stylish atmosphere that most sports bars don't have. they have 35 cent wings on monday nights to go along with a great beer selection of 16 on tap, and their happy hour menu is equally as delectable. i had the caribean-jerk berger, and it was amazing, and their onion rings are highly recommended. there is also a tasty breakfast menu that is available on the weekend before your game kicks off. i am a huge football fan and am there every sunday, and they accommodate any game any of their customers want to see on one of their 28 tvs. which makes it easy to follow your team along with any others, for you fantasy footballers out there. there is also free wi-fi availble. the service is amazing, being very prompt and friendly. they remember your name and treat you well. the pub has also just added a new pool table with new sticks as well. and its nice that it is only 50 cents a game. this place has a great atmosphere on gameday, and the great staff only enhances the experience.

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Friday, September 5, 2008
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Pub Food Not Great by Matthew B. at InsiderPages
Like most pubs, you don't come here for the food but to get a few drinks. The Magnolia has a wide variety of ale and beer on tap and some decent bar food.

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t0adman

t0adman

Tuesday, March 25, 2008
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All the potential in the world doesn't make it good
Read through the reviews on this first page. Check out the ones that are five star ratings and rave about how it's just the best place and the new ownership and management is just incredible. Click on the reviewer's username and see how many reviews they've written. Yep, that's right. One. Know what that means? It's a plant. Friends of ownership ask others (or just create more than one account) to go post five star ratings to falsely pump up their score. What a farce!

It's bad enough this place stinks without them trying to fool you into thinking it's decent. The food is marginal but not bad for a sports bar. They pretend to care about having all the games on in HD. They clearly have no idea how to plan for a crowd (running out of certain famous menu items multiple days in a row, running out of Miller Lite, etc). They also nickel and dime customers to death. Things are expensive to begin with and now they charge extra for everything. I've tried Magnolia Pub several times since the new management/ownership and I'm done. I've even taken in groups of 15 or more to drink and eat for hours and still don't get a single shred of appreciation from the management. The staff is friendly but they're just trying to make tips. The management simply wants your money. You are an annoying obstacle to them getting your money. Suffice to say I'm done with VP. I'll congregate my group of friends at a place that cares about its customers.

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Pros: Tons of HD ready TVs, decent fare, good location
Cons: Inept management, lack of focus on sports bar element
Recommended: Yes
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