I have just spent the last 4 hours at Fiddlers, a small Brew pub on 35th St North of the University District. Went there in conjunction with a meeting I am attending, with a group of about 20 long time friends and colleagues. Fiddler's is small partly because it is in an historic building, which by law cannot be substantial expanded or improved...So the kitchen is absolutely tiny, big enough for two grown men to jockey with each other over access to the couple of burners and the few oven shelves as they do their best to push out paninis and club sandwiches, salads and super nacho platters as well as a constant stream of pizzas. The down side of all of this is that service is slow...to the point where sometimes you think maybe they forgot your order. Also they only offer one soup each day...On the upside, the servers are good at what they do, the food, when it does arrive is fresh and appetizing and more than adequate. The beer and ale offerings are outstanding...and best of all, they have a large outdoor garden fitted with long, umbrellaed tables that offer an ideal setting for such a gathering in Seattle on a sunshiny day and evening with the temperatures in the 70's and the humidity in the 25% range
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