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The Angry Beaver

8412 Greenwood Ave N (Greenwood)
Seattle, WA 98103
The Angry Beaver is the perfect place for Seattle's hockey heads. A collection of old jerseys is hung up on the wall—Montreal Canadiens, Vancouver Canucks, Toronto Maple Leafs—with their sleeves stretched out like Jesus's arms on the cross. There's a giant mural of the words to "Oh, Canada," the anthem sung before the puck drops at every Canadian game. Half a dozen flatscreen TVs, all with pretty good sight lines, hang on the walls and above the bar. The beer selection includes Canadian favorites like Kokanee and Molson. And the menu is your usual pub fare, but with a northern flair, including three different kinds (!) of belly-filling poutine, the Canadian delicacy comprising fries, gravy, and cheese curds. If you're really hungry, you can get poutine on your burger. A poutine burger! It's the kind of neighborhood bar that you could walk into on a game night, alone, and suddenly have a bunch of new best friends to share an order of fried cheese curds and scream at the TV with.
Daily noon-2 am