Located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, this trendy little cocktail bar, is a favorite among locals. With a lounge-style decor, the bar creates a hip aura, which is best suited for a weekend night-out. With an eclectic range of cocktails, that are mixed out of scratch, this place caught up soon with the party-goers of Seattle. High-end liquor brands and fresh juices are used to make creative concoctions, that are sure to please your taste buds. Meletti Western, Investigator Cocktail, Forager, and Royal Bermuda Yacht Club are some of the most amazing cocktails that are handcrafted by their skilled bartenders. A decent amount of food menu is also available to munch along with the drinks. Drop by on a weekend, and let your hair down, to have some fun over cocktails and conversations.
Whether you are looking for a mellow place to grab a drink at night, an outdoor dinner setting, or a cool brunch spot, Saint John's Bar & Eatery fits the bill. A low-key watering hole, this is the kind of place that has no pretense, just friendly vibes permeating throughout. This versatile Capitol Hill establishment is probably primarily known as a bar, but the food options should not be dismissed. Diners love the brunch offered on Saturdays and Sundays (don't forget the Bloody Mary!), while dinner options mainly consist of salads, burgers and sandwiches (with a slightly upscale arrangement).
Aptly named, this little bar at Belltown, in known to serve an eclectic range of whiskeys and craft beers. Dark interiors, a petite bar, and a place filled with cheerful neighbors is what you can expect to see here. Totally value for money, the bar has an upright menu of decent pub bites, and heavenly beverages. The knowledgeable bartenders are friendly enough to mix up drinks of your choice, or just make a concoction, that they know best. Kobe meatloaf, braised pork belly, hanger steak and fried pig ears are some of the delicious dishes that keep getting ordered with the spirits. Drop by to have a fun night, and witness the cool vibe for yourself.
The Backdoor is a speakeasy style bar located in the Fremont neighborhood, that offers up a relaxed evening with delectable New-American style pub grub and perfectly concocted cocktails. Cozy booths here are illuminated by dim-lighting, while an array of mirrors set against the deep-red walls, set an intimate ambiance. Stop by to try the Beef Pot Roast with Bone Marrow and the Baby Doll cocktail.
Wedgwood Broiler is an old-school restaurant which specialises in serving comfort food that is cooked home-style. The cooks here are masters of the art of grilling steaks and have perfected the French dip. There are two dining rooms, smoking and non-smoking, each dimly lit with comfortable booths and easy-listening music. The atmosphere is completely unpretentious and totally relaxing. The prompt wait staff recognizes many of the regulars who have frequented the restaurant during the 30 years it has been open.
At the Market Arms, don’t be surprised if you are greeted by multiple staff members as soon as you step in through the door. The staff members are all really friendly and interactive. With multiple TVs placed around the bar and the young and cheerful crowd, it’s a great place to watch a football match. Consider indulging in the delicious Shepard’s Pie along with ice cold beer. While you wait for your order to arrive, you can play a game of shuffleboard, pool or throw darts. This vibrant place gets packed really fast, so try to reach early to grab a table close to the bar.
Complete with wood paneling, mounted antlers and two fireplaces, this restaurant resembles an old British hunting lodge. Breakfast is served all day long and so are large burgers and other pub food. There is not only a full bar here but also a wide range of specialty beers available at reasonable prices. Gaming entertainment includes pool, shuffleboard and pinball. A separate smoking area is also provided.
You wouldn't know it from the outside, but Roanoke Inn is the oldest business still active on Mercer Island. Inside the 85 year old establishment, the air gets a bit murky as cigarette smoke chokes out the already faint lighting, but this only makes it easier to imagine the days when trappers made this little joint their stomping ground. On warm summer days head out to the front porch and relax in the sun. Comfy and cozy, this place is a good spot to relax with a game of darts and a group of friends. The grub is a little on the greasy side, and the portions are large. The menu is filled with burgers and sandwiches and the selection of brews is broad. Even the wine list has gotten larger to keep pace with the surrounding real estate prices. Breakfast features traditional bacon, egg dishes and pancakes.