Press

Recently, Darrell’s appeared in an feature legnth film (!), “DEAD WEST”:

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http://seattlerefined.com/the-show/theres-a-new-revenge-thriller-out-and-it-has-seattle-written-all-over-it

“…We are at beautiful Darrell’s Tavern in Shoreline, Washington,” said Ferrell. “We shot the whole opening scene of the film here. And there’s a murder scene out back and everything so. We’re right here in the opening scene of ‘Dead West’…”

http://www.deadwestfilm.com/

Darrell’s gets great reviews!  Here’s a few:

http://liveseattlemusicintheclubs.blogspot.com/2017/02/darrells-tavern-7th-anniversary-with.html

“…The 7th Anniversary party at Darrells Tavern was a smashing success. In fact, the place was so packed that it was hard to get a decent pic…”

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http://www.seattleweekly.com/food/five-seattle-dive-bars-worth-your-while/

“…Shoreline’s quintessential roadhouse juke joint, DT has a long tap list behind its horseshoe bar and curates an excellent selection of locally made microbrews. This north-end gem also offers a regular rotation of live indie rock…”

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http://www.seattletimes.com/life/food-drink/darrells-in-shoreline-is-the-perfect-dive/

“…an old-school bar with the motto “Where your dad used to drink.” It’s also where the cool millennials go…It’s the only bar I’ve been to in the past five years where I didn’t see a single soul with an iPhone out. Folks come here to get stupid drunk, schmooze face-to-face or people-watch…”

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http://www.thestranger.com/locations/4226501/darrells-tavern

“…Darrell’s was established in 1967, and very little has changed. The furnishings remain of the low-rent Eames-style variety, like the spindly, quilted-back lounge chairs and the ring of futuristic lamps hovering above the horseshoe bar, and there’s carpeting on the walls but not the floors. The crowd features a good mix of young and old…”

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http://theressomethinghardinthere.blogspot.com/2011/02/just-what-goes-on-inside-that.html

“…Welcome to the world of Darrell’s Tavern in Shoreline (just north of Seattle, for you out-of-town-readers), where adult beverages have been served since 1967 — and where tunes of various genres reign supreme these days. Whether it’s the DJ cranking Nick Gilder’s “Got to Get Out” or Stag pumping out its Cheap Trick-inspired power pop, this place is, simply put, a hit…”

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http://archive.seattleweekly.com/2010-05-12/food/first-call-darrell-s-tavern/

“…If you don’t already have hair on your chest, you will after drinking one of Dyckman’s Manhattans”… “Dyckman bought it late last summer from an 84-year-old named Ben Hammond, who insisted its inheritor not dick with the dinginess much. Dyckman has mostly honored this request…”

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http://archive.seattleweekly.com/home/913978-129/dyckman-darrell-hammond-tavern-looking-bar

“Old Highway 99 culture is almost erased on Aurora,” Dyckman said. “But not here.”

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