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Viking Beer Hall in Seattle

Skål (meaning “Cheers”) is our interpretation of a Viking meadhall. The meadhall was the center of the community – a welcoming spot to gather and host visitors from afar. It was the hall where stories of adventure, exploration, and new ideas were shared and debated over food and drink. It was filled with cheer. We aim to honor the Nordic roots of Ballard through a relaxed, communal beer hall experience – what we envision a Viking meadhall would be like today. This is our “Viking Living Room”. The great hall offers a rotating selection of local and Scandinavian craft beer, cider, mead, wine, and aquavit. The open kitchen – inspired by the idea of a Viking butcher shop – features bar bites and shared plates that explore wild flavors from the woods and sea. Imagine gathering near a roaring fire at the edge of a fjord. Here is where you’d find our food. There are Nordic influences, traditional bar snacks, and a whole lot of meat (but meatballs are unlikely, sorry Grandma)! Features of the hall include a massive fireplace, long communal tables, open kitchen, outdoor covered and heated pergola, games and shuffleboard area, large horseshoe bar, and one of the best views in Ballard of the Ship Canal & Olympic Mountains. Rustic, Viking-inspired elements are found throughout the space. Come relax with us!

Category and style




Available parking lot or parking structure nearby

Location details

Property size (sq ft):
3000 sq ft

Location Rules

No adult filming
No smoking
No outside catering/food


Air Conditioning


Exposed Beams
Rustic Fireplace
Stone Fireplace
Dark Wood Floor
Booth Seating
Patio/Outdoor Seating
Mountain/Vista View
Ocean View
Brick Walls
Concrete Walls
Wood-Paneled Walls

Crew access

Street Level
Wheelchair / Handicap Access
Exact location provided after booking