"Informative, witty, and wonderfully atmospheric, Seely's
thirsty travelogue should leave even the most pious Washingtonians
praying that there'll be honky tonks in heaven."-Tom Robbins
"Seely, managing editor of the Seattle Weekly, is a genuinely funny
writer who doesn't need to get snarky to get laughs...A fair amount
of Seattle's heritage resides on pages of 'Seattle's Best Dive
Bars, ' or at least reminders of a pre-pretense city...He's penned
a neat little book. Raise your cups and do something for the town's
culture."-Joel Connelly, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"It has some seriously funny moments. It also has the lowdown on an
impressively large number of watering holes the likes of which I've
never even heard, let alone experienced firsthand."-Jessica
Voelker, Seattle Metropolitan
"Is this the greatest book ever written? As a native Seattlite, and
long time connoisseur of dive bars, I would have to say yes. Mike
Seely, who is managing editor of the Seattle Weekly, really gets it
right about these places."-Greg Barbick, Blog Critics.org
"Seattle's Best Dive Bars" offers opinionated reviews of one
hundred of the grittiest and grungiest drinking establishments in
the Emerald City. If you want to avoid the tourist traps listed in
those "other" bar guides and find out where the anti-globalization,
anti-Starbucks, anti-Microsoft crowd goes to get wasted, then
"Seattle's Best Dive Bars," like its predecessors from New York,
San Francisco, and Chicago, is your guide to the delightfully
filthy underside of Seattle bar life.
A native Seattleite, Mike Seely is the managing editor of
"Seattle Weekly," for which he writes a food column called
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