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If you are looking for some intense clubbing then head to Cowgirls Inc. This place is different from other bars. For one, the bar managed by really good looking cowgirls is where you can get excellent drinks. This place is also popular for bachelor parties. There is ample space to sit and enjoy your drink. With several pool tables available, you can have a challenging game with friends. You might also catch a live act or two here of the girls dancing on the bar. There is never a dull moment at Cowgirls Inc. So, come here for some drinks, fun and a whole lot of excitement.
Text message this Capital Hill speakeasy to get on the list, then ring the bell at the nondescript entrance (only once!) to be greeted and let in. Beside the novelty reservation system, this Prohibition-style bar offers a cool atmosphere, with the lighting dim enough for a romantic vibe, but not so dark that you can't see where you're going. Great place to bring a date or meet a group of friends. The waitstaff is dressed in Prohibition-era attire, which adds a nice wrinkle. Cocktails are stiff and reasonably priced, and happy hour offers great deals. Knee High Stocking Company also serves food; try the lamb sliders or the tater tots.
Rhein Haus gives Seattle a little taste of Germany. The atmosphere and the beer are the main attractions here, with a large yet cozy space providing a friendly ambiance perfect for swilling down pints of German beer with friends. Speaking of the beer, Rhein Haus offers an extensive beer list with a multitude of different size options, making it easy to try many different types of brews. For those who like to drink and play, there are bocce ball courts and shuffleboard tables. Note that Rhein Haus takes reservations only upto 4p on Fridays and Saturdays.
Grim's is a newer entry to Seattle's bar and club scene, offering three floors of entertainment catering to almost every taste. Downstairs, Grim's original operation is still going strong, offering handcrafted cocktails and a limited menu of contemporary gourmet bar food. The Leather Saddle stands out as one of their more interesting cocktails, rye, benedictine, dry vermouth and orange bitters creating a hybrid between an Old Fashioned and a Manhattan. The decor consists of large reclaimed pieces such as long cafeteria tables sanded and varnished as well as wall paneling made from an old barn. Upstairs, the Butterfly Lounge awaits visitors seeking a more laid back experience, a wrap around plush couch dominating most of the space. Even further upstairs, The Woods provides not only a stylish (and appropriately wooden) interior, but a massive dance floor and DJs spinning everything from 80s to trance. An all-in-one destination for anybody seeking a cocktail and some company, Grim's is a must-stop destination in Capitol Hill.
Unicorn is a unique and eclectic carnival-themed lounge with great music and fantastic beers on tap as well as delicious cocktails. Try their Mango Drop or one of their rotating flavors of house-made jello shots. There's a dainty selection of bites, from chicken nuggets to corn dogs and mac and cheese for company. The whimsical decor creates a quirky and fun atmosphere. Head down the stairs and you will find yourself in Narwhal, filled with pinball and other arcade games to keep the good times rolling. Fun weekly events like karaoke and trivia add to the vibe.
Established in 1990, Maritime Pacific Brewing Company is a family-owned micro-brew business that produces local staples like the Islander Pale Ale. They accentuate traditional recipes and brew ales and lagers according to the Northwest taste. To complement their brews, selection of food are also offered. Every ingredient is handcrafted the same way their beers and ales are. Warm atmosphere and amazing selections of ales and lagers along with the Chef's delicious food; that's what has preserved its legacy.