Bob Murray’s Dog House was a popular Seattle hang-out from the 1930s until it closed in 1994. Located at the corner of 7th and Bell Streets, The Doghouse offered “non-stop open-24-hours food, booze, music, and fellowship,” according to writer John Hahn.
The Dog House was just a few blocks away from Skoochies (which later became The Oz and Club Amp) and City Beat, it was a spot people would hit before or after a night of clubbing.
The establishment was run by Bob Murray and Laurie Gulbransen. Their motto was, “All roads lead to the Dog House.”
A closing show was played at The Dog House with Gretta Harley, Joey Kline, Kurt Bloch and several others!