The J & M is all ways a great place for something to eat and a cold beer but on Fat Tuesday the pl;ace is jumping.
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After being disappointed by another place we happened on J & M. It was great. The server was at our table almost immediately and super friendly! The good was hot and really good. We'll be stopping by this place again.
Went in for a beer and was told of the history of the bar. Very interestingly. Seems Wyatt Earp used to play cards here in the 1890’s. He owned a bar on this same corner. Went back for burger during Seahawks came and was totally...More
Stopped here for lunch while in the area. Was fun to hear the history of the bar and it's famous visitors. The food was average. Service was ok. They advertised their Bloody Mary's as the best in the city. We had one- I would disagree.
We stopped by this bar having no idea about its history, just after landing in Seattle. This is what we would define as a typical American bar. We were weary travellers in need of food and a beer/wine. This bar met our needs in every...More
We were excited to return to Seattle after moving away many years ago. One of our favorites was the J & M Cafe. I emailed and was given a reservation for this past Saturday, before The Eagles show. When we arrived the hostess knew nothing...More
Awesome place to wake up and roll into for a Bloody Mary and post-Friday night recovery. Our waitress, Amber, was a pleasure! Great drinks and welcoming atmosphere!
Tried to join the vibe in this bar after a great Mariners game at Safeco, but the doorman refused to accept European driving licences as proof of ID. He cited that the Liquor Board inspectors would only accept passports as ID. To put this into...More
The food was great - a burger and fries to die for. But the service was awful. One waitress came up and gave us menus and took our drink order, delivered our drinks and disappeared. We had to flag down another after a long wait...More