Bottlehouse is a chic, trendy wine bar with an assortment of diverse wines and tapas. If you are here for the first time, you could opt for the amazing wine and cheese flight or you could ask the bartender for recommendations. You also have the option to order wines on tap, by the bottle or the glass and a rotating menu of specials. The staff members are really passionate about their work and it’s easy to see this in the way they take care of the patrons in the restaurant. The upbeat atmosphere and the helpful, enthusiastic staff also make this wine bar a great place to host a private event or celebrate a special occasion.
Just look for the crocodile skin-patterned sign in the window and you'll have found this popular hangout in Seattle. Part eclectic diner, part rock club, it draws people from all over to its location in chic Belltown. Famous rock stars that have Seattle roots have been known to play inexpensive, unannounced shows at this happening location. Spend an eventful time as you indulge in live music with great lights, high-quality sound, and eclectic drink options at the small bar.
Opened in 1993, this bar became a nightclub in 1998 by adding a dance floor, full bar and full menu. Here there's a typical bar atmosphere complete with pool tables, darts and pinball machines. The facility actually consists of four bars, two with DJs, and there's also a cafe and patio. The food is Cajun, and even when the kitchen is closed you can still order cold sandwiches and wraps.
The Crescent Lounge is the local favorite sports bar and karaoke lounge. The bar is frequented by people who want to kick back with a drink and watch a game, or simply hang out with friends. This bar is known for its excellent cocktails made by the crafty bartenders with premium liquor. Karaoke evenings are normally packed, so getting here early to grab a table is recommended.
This nightclub located in downtown Seattle has the city's biggest dance floor, spinning music from both national and local DJs. It has state of the art sound and light effects. The feel in the club ranges from eclectic to ethereal. It has a classy VIP room which overlooks the dance floor from the balcony level. This club is ideal for 20 somethings who like clubbing on a huge scale. Friday and Saturday nights are really alive when the huge dance floor opens up for the party goers.
Beveridge Place Pub is extremely popular among locals in Seattle. It may have something to do with the wide variety of pub games available, including darts, foosball, shuffleboard, old school arcade games, and a stack of communal board games. But the main star here is most definitely their staggering selection of draught beers and bottled beers, both local and from around the world. With antique decor and a relaxed atmosphere, this cozy and casual pub is the perfect place to grab a drink and make some new friends.
Started in 2009, Fremont Brewing has gained status as one of Seattle's best breweries with its excellent small-batch brews made with local ingredients. This family-run 30-barrel brewery doubles up as a modern-day beer bar and garden, with a long list of craft beer selections which are supplied from the brewery, while pretzels and other light snacks are also available on the menu. Visitors can also bring along their own food or order in from one of the nearby eateries. IPAs, Abominable Winter Ale and Interurban IPAs are some of their more popular brews.
With interiors inspired by historic seaplanes, Bar Charlie is a cool place to unwind. The decor takes notes from De Havilland Beaver Seaplane's history and uses actual seaplane parts and a mix of concrete, wood, and metal to create an interesting ambiance. The walls are adorned with photographs and art depicting the history of aviation in Lake Union. While you let the history engulf you, you can also enjoy a refreshing craft cocktail, beer or wine with sandwiches, charcuterie, or small plates.
Head to Zig Zag Café for a fun evening out with your friends. A cozy hangout for one and all, Zig Zag is most popular for the wide array of drinks it serves up, though regulars also swear by the contemporary food the is offered. Dig into succulent, marinated olives, gourmet cheeses, spicy flatbread with fresh vegetables, cheese and herbs or go in for a crunchy Mediterranean salad with vegetables, noodles, bread and olive oil. Sandwiches stuffed with marinated meat, melted cheese, pickled vegetables and spicy sauces and fine wines make for a wonderful dining experience. Choose from a range of cocktails, whiskeys, cordials and other spirits to complement your meal.
Located in the West Seattle neighborhood, this amazing beer garden is known across the city, for serving some of the most eclectic range of craft beers. With over 1300 labels in their kitty, the Beer Junction is claimed to have the largest collection of brews in Seattle. A beer aficionado's dream come true, this place is perfect to hangout during weekends or after work. With over 35 beers on tap, it satisfies even the most discerning palates. Food service isn't available, however, you can bring in some food of your won, or get it delivered from a nearby restaurant. Several events including, beer tasting and special nights are hosted here, to keep the customers in high spirits.