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Seattle's Historic Triangle Pub in Seattle, WA

553 1st Ave S. Seattle, WA 98104
The Triangle Pub is a historic building located in Seattle, Washington. It was built in 1910 and has been occupied by several different businesses. Now a pub, it is a great location to grab a beer and relax.

The building itself is architecturally unique. It is classified as a flatiron style building, which means it is a wedged-shaped steel framed building. This historic pub is located in the southern end of the downtown Pioneer Square district. The pub is opened seven days a week. This pub is a great location to take in some history of the city while having a beer and a bite to eat. The pub host various watch parties to many different sporting events.

The original building only cost $22,000 to build in 1910. The building was originally built for a hotel and then became a brothel.The National Park Service granted this site landmark status in 1976. It was shut down during the time of prohibition. In 1981, it became a cozy neighborhood bar. Now it is considered a favorite watering hole to grab a beer and catch a game.

The Triangle Pub is both a historic site while being a relaxing neighborhood bar. The building itself has a cheeky history that is worth exploring.It is the best of both worlds. It is a must see location if you are in the downtown Seattle area.


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