It's baseball season and regardless of your feelings about the Mariners, there's something to be said for enjoying a sunny day at the park in all of its ambiance, the crack of the bat, hot roasted peanuts, a hotdog with lots of mustard, and an ice cold beer.
Still not sold on the baseball, but like the part about enjoying a cold beer? Then skip the game and head straight down to Steelheads Alley to enjoy a cold one from our friends at Métier Brewing. Not only are they in partnership with the Mariners and open before and after every sports game in SoDo, but they also host a weekly DJ residency on Friday nights from 8 -11 PM called The Dugout with Deejay Hershe.
The specifics: On game day Fridays, Deejay Hershe will be at Victory Hall, the event space adjacent to Steelheads Alley, from 4 - 7 PM. On non-game days, catch her from 8 - 11 PM at Steelheads Alley.
In the words of our girl about town, Taelore Rhoden,
The Dugout is a little Friday pre-funk or cool-down, depending on your vibe! I stopped by recently for the first night of Deejay Hershe’s residency, and I’ll definitely be back! The space is dope (a literal gallery dedicated to the Seattle Steelheads and PNW Negro Baseball League teams), the drinks were solid (my off-menu recommendation is Taestes Like Summer), and the music was everything I needed after a long week. AND it’s free!
Did you catch that? It's FREE! Plus, happy hour starts at 9 PM boasting $5 beers + $10 pizza. We'll be seeing you there!