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That”hidden in plain sight” speakeasy on Olive Way in Capitol Hill is at an unmarked building with no sign, so there’s almost no way to tell ’s a bar there from the street. The bar was so tiny that you just used to have to make bookings however the addition of a subterranean space, coated in background and topped with a crystal chandelier, has doubled the pub’s size. Although text reservations are still suggested, You can now just ring the doorbell to input. In addition to excellently crafted cocktails, the Filipino-inspired menu is filled with paintings, from beef tapa sliders (together with Velveeta cheese and Kewpie mayo) to duck-fat-fried patatas bravas.
Hopefully this record has helped narrow down Seattle’s selection of holes to you. If you are lucky enough, you can get an flat in walking distance of these local stone. Cheers!
We had to add at least “do it to the’gram” bar, also this circus-themed double hazard is it. Unicorn is a institution, and a bar you should definitely hit up in case you’re a beginner to Seattle. The whimsical drinks are what you would expect from a pub named Unicorn, and also the carnival-style deep-fried food (believe crazy corn dogs, funnel cake, and hamburgers ) is far better than it needs to be. What you re really here for is to photograph the exceptionally colored decor full of taxidermied animal minds, old panels, and stripes.
If dreary days have you needing a tropical experience, look no further than that rum-driven bar in Capitol Hill. This Caribbean inspired area is your Northwest’s rum bar, with over 500 sugar cane spirits. Flavorful, however never overly sweet craft drinks are created into house syrups, freshly squeezed juices, along with Zacapa from Abuelo out of rum. The turquoise seats, tropical cocktails, and pan-Caribbean island food menu (dictate the plantains! ) ) Invoke island vibes even.
We are suckers for the two wine and bars in older homes, so of course, Bottlehouse produced the list. The converted 1905 craftsman, tucked off in the borough of Madrona, offers all the conveniences of home in a romantic, charming environment. Bottlehouse wine list is composed of vinos from the Pacific Northwest and all around the globe, with an emphasis on neighborhood, small/boutique, along with also natural production uncovers. Cheese and charcuterie’s menu is perfect for snacking as you sip on. There are educational garden wine parties on the beautiful terrace, a place.

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This Ballard dip’s stiff drinks and great food make it a local fave. Restaurant and the homey bar has been around for more than a century, so you know they have to be doing something right. Filled with large booths, small tables, and vintage decor, Hattie’s isn’t much to check at, but it is the quintessential Seattle dive, with trivia karaoke, along with a generous happy hour.


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This Prohibition-era cocktail bar in Belltown could be a little difficult to discover. Found in the street between 1st and 2nd Ave, the”hidden” bar is set in what was the boiler room of an old brick resort. You will be walking about town into one of the drinking holes once you discover the unmarked entrance. Gin is the show’s star, with 30 types of G for your hands on any particular night. The miniature space comes with tin ceilings, an exposed brick interior, and tub in the center of the ground. Decked out on a sofa in the lower lit lower level lounge from the library at the back, or sidle up to the little pine bar upstairs.
This art cocktail bar in the Central District boasts America’s biggest spirit collection at 4,000 labels and counting. The award-winning “whiskey and bitters emporium” includes 100 inventive, tasty beverages on the menu (the whiskey menu takes up 176 pages). Canon’s accolades range from”World’s Best Cocktail Menu,” into “One of the Most Beautiful Bars in Seattle”. Plus, there is a”key” terrace that is open during the warmer months.
With a bevy of beverage purveyors, it can be hard to decide where to get a drink in the sea of Seattle’s fabulous bars. From craft beer joints into speakeasies, wine bars and dives and cocktail bars, here’s the list of the 10 greatest places to find a drink in town.

IPA lovers Will Need to jump on over to Chuck’s Hop Shop. What was once an old corner store is one of Seattle’s finest beer bars, with cases full of hundreds of beers 50 beers on tap at the counter and from all over the world. Enjoy a jar filled with beer to the little patio once the weather is fine, like the hipster you are. There are nevertheless a few light snacks for sale (a throwback in the place’s convenience store days), however we recommend grabbing some grub in the rotating collection of Seattle’s most popular food trucks that park out front. The location is at Greenwood, but there a Chuck’s at the Central District!

Chuck’s Hop Shop

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Called the “grunge Cheers,” that this Capitol Hill haunt is allegedly the previous place Kurt Cobain was seen living, giving it a severe Seattle street cred. This old-school ideal of a Northwest dive is Western-themed, using a taxidermied buffalo glowering on the bar. “A wonderful place for nice folks,” this is where you select shots and pitchers of beer in a huge cozy booth, with a pool table and jukebox to boot. Breakfast is served on the weekends, if you’re there for dinner or lunch, but the burgers are excellent. Get there early to stake out a place on the outside patio out back when it’s bright.
The PB is just one of the best beer bars in Seattle, the Northwest, and America, together with over 30 rotating taps of craft beers created locally and globally. The beer list includes plenty of rarities that are hard to find –some are poured through a filter. The Capitol Hill place that is macabre was a funeral home/mortuary, with hosted Bruce Lee’s funeral at 1973. It is a great deal of space for large groups of craft beer fans, a lot of black polished wood, a vaulted ceiling, and a space with comfortable booths.