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The Highliner Pub

September 1st, 2008 · 16 Comments


The Highliner Pub at Fisherman’s Terminal (Tavern)
3909 18th Ave W
Seattle, WA 98119
(206) 283-2233

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  • Charlie

    Fond memories of this place, Orville Johnson and Scott Law almost every week. Oh the good old days.

  • ChipO

    Charlie i miss thoes days also and remember it is now Scott Law.

  • John

    I have tried on numerous occasions to go in and have a burger and a beer…but the lack of servers present tip me off that either they don’t hire enough staff, or that they’re all on a break. But the big reason is that there are way too many flies buzzing around the kitchen and the dining room…..that is way too creepy for me.

  • Val

    According to http://www.decadeonline.com/main.phtml?agency=skc, at last surprise health inspection this restaurant got 7 points, with 1 high risk violation.

  • tootie12

    The place has really gone downhill from years ago. Service was mediocre at best. We had cheese stix and fried mushrooms – only appetizers between lunch & dinner. Both were burned, obviously – and still served to us. I wouldn't go back again.

  • Miss_Stereo

    This place is horrid.

  • Dick

    The latest inspection was 2/1/2010. They had 13 points, including 1 high-risk violation: http://www.decadeonline.com/insp.phtml?agency=s

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  • tootie12

    Is there a re-opening date yet?

  • tootie12

    It has reopened people!

  • John

    Great place.  New owners.  Completely remodeled with a fantastic menu.  Not just the standard burgers you usually see in a pub but great seafood also.  15 or so beers on tap plus great wine.  A good selection of bottled beer also.  I had the salmon burger and it rocked.  My friend had the chowder and a salad.  Both were great.  Great atmosphere, lots of tvs for sports.  I will be back

  • Trapper

    The place has been completely reinvented. It’s clean and bright, the beer selection is extensive and the food is excellent. I had the grilled salmon and chips, with a salad substituted for the chips, and the husband had a pulled pork sandwich. Very good, and the service was good as well. 

    If I had any complaints at all, it would be that since they took the fabric hangings down, it’s very loud in the room. It IS a metal box, after all. Perhaps a bit of sound deadening and this place will absolutely rock. We’ll be going back.

  • Barb25

    The revamped Highliner is a delightful surprise.  Better than pub food, excellent wings, halibut, and crab cakes.  Great chefs, lots of flat screen TVs, and a super bartender, Alan – knows his beers and ball teams.  Give it a try!