The Brick, $2
If you ever watched "Northern Exposure," you're familiar with the Brick Saloon, a warm but no-nonsense watering hole where--to mix sitcoms--everyone knows your name, and how you like your burger.
Far from being a hollow facade figment of a set designer's imagination, the Brick is a real and venerable place, the oldest continuously operating bar in Washington state. Opened in 1889, it was rebuilt in 1898, and renamed in honor of the 45,000 bricks used in the facade. I didn't get either the bricks or the basement jail cell in the above picture, but you can see two of the bar's other famous features: a wood bar imported from England via Cape Horn more than a century ago, and between the bar and the stools, a 23' brass-lined trough spittoon, though which water still flows today.
In the foreground, a more recent feature of the Brick's menu: a pudding shot. Like jell-o shots, they're made by mixing up instant pudding with alcohol instead of water. The seasonal flavor: candy corn. Holling might not approve, but Shelley certainly would.
The Brick Saloon
100 W Pennsylvania Ave.