OPEN TUES-SUNDAY FOR PRIVATE PARTIES UPSTAIRS
Birthdays, reunions, rehearsals, wedding receptions , etc.
Accommodates 50-70 people.
No rental fee, only hourly Min required in food & drinks
Private catering menu available
No Minors upstairs, only 21+
DEDICATED BARTENDER, FOOSBALL, DARTS & PRIVATE RESTROOM
Contact Alaina to book an event
or make a reservation through gather below
Trivia every monday starting at 8pm
saint patrick's day 5 course dinner
Tullamore DEW March 28th
Macallan April 25th
available for Wedding Receptions, Reunions,
Retirement, Birthday, Holiday parties, etc.
$1100 Rental Fee and reasonable rates
Includes 8 hrs for set up and reception (4pm-12am), we do the clean up
Full staff, bartenders, servers and chef Catered appetizers and dinner
Your choice of drinks (non-alcoholic, wine, beer, cocktails)
HANDS ON EVENT PLANNER AND DAY OF ORGANIZER
"Mulleady's did a wonderful job at our wedding reception. the staff, as always, was amazing from start to finish, the food was superb - we still have friends talking about it. And the atmosphere was warm and cozy, the perfect thing for a December wedding!"
~Maggie & Steve, Wed 12/12/15
"Very good food, without the pretension." That is what has been said about Mulleadys Irish Pub & Restaurant. At Mulleadys we offer seasonal food, in a comfortable pub atmosphere.
Mulleadys is proud to offer the largest collection of Irish Whiskeys on the west coast featuring extinct and Irish imported offerings you simply won’t find anywhere else. A majority of thirteen beer taps pour beers from local brewers and breweries that are friends and customers of ours. We are conveniently nestled between Ballard, Queen Anne, and Magnolia located in a beautifully restored two story house.
Make sure to drop by our Facebook page for additional updates.
We look forward to making your acquaintance soon!
Established in 2001. Mulleady's Pub originally opened as a modest tavern on Dravus Street in Seattle's Magnolia neighborhood in 2001. Offering a comfortable atmosphere and friendly staff, Mulleady's quickly became a favorite of many in the community. As a result, the pub outgrew the constraints of its humble beginnings and, in August 2005, moved to its new home 1/2 block uphill at 3055 21st Avenue West, a beautifully restored two-story building. The huge urinal in the gentlemen's restroom was salvaged from the old Seattle Orpheum Theatre of the early 1920s. A once prominent fixture at the original pub, it remains a unique and much talked about attraction. Ladies, feel free to ask any staff member for a peek.The Irish-inspired menu marries local northwest ingredients with freshness and simplicity, most ingredients come from local farms, purveyors, and fishing vessels.
Mulleady’s aspirations are basic and fairly humble. We want to be a great place to work, we want to be a great pub/restaurant/bar/meeting place for our community, we want to be around for a long time, fifty years is a nice number to shoot for.