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Live music venue Tim’s Tavern reopens in White Center

The rockin’ former Greenwood spot has new space to hold concerts and events.

The exterior of Tim's Tavern in White Center, Seattle, with a copper corrugated roof and a wooden sign with the bar's name.

Tim’s Tavern usually hosts a wide variety of touring artists, though it especially focuses on local bands.

Photo by SEAtoday staff

Rock your socks off. Seattle’s raucous live music Tim’s Tavern has found a new home in White Center — two years after closing its original Greenwood location.

It’s taken over the former location of Drunky Two Shoes BBQ at 9655 16th Ave SW, but Tim’s has its own pulled pork and bar bites, plus a drinks menu of beer, wine, and cocktails.

Tim’s held a grand reopening party recently, and is now settling into a groove with concerts and other events. Here’s what’s on the calendar:

  • Rock-o-Taco | Tuesdays, 6 p.m. | $7-$10 | Enjoy a shot of tequila and a taco for $5 as a rotating lineup of local bands perform.
  • Open mic nights | Mondays, 7 p.m. | Free | Take the stage to share your poetry, songs, comedic stylings, or any other creative performance.
  • Pub quiz | Wednesdays, 6 p.m. | Free | Show off your knowledge with two rounds of questions from PNW trivia company Sporcle — then check out live music on the patio after.