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.
The 5 Point Cafe is a neighborhood dive bar and restaurant that offers sumptuous American comfort food, including roast beef sandwich, Cuban marinated pulled pork sandwich, burgers and homemade chili soup. This popular cafe is open day and night and is acclaimed as one of the best dive bars in the city due to its inexpensive prices and down-to-Earth atmosphere. The unpretentious decor has a few unusual twists, such as a moose head that's covered in bras or some risque Polaroids behind the bar. Make sure you check out the great deals during their Happy Hour.
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.
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.
Housed in the basement boiler room of a former old brick hotel, Bathtub Gin & Co. has different levels in its lounge. The upstairs pine bar is stocked with liquor from around the world and on the lower level there are comfortable seats and couches. It sports a rustic decor and faint-lighting that gives a characteristic charm to the place. The service is also quite friendly and truly reflects the laid-back atmosphere they advocate. The bar is the perfect place to unwind after a work day, where you can sip on local gin, tonics or a classic cocktail.
Since it opened Tulio has been a hot spot for lunching businesspeople and for couples who want a romantic spot to eat in the evening. The interior is rich with dark wood and deep colors. The fare is authentic, rustic Italian. Starters include roasted asparagus wrapped in prosciutto and sweet potato gnocchi. Entrees include risotto with saffron and scallops, ravioli stuffed with smoked salmon or an oven-roasted lamb sirloin. Adjacent to Hotel Vintage Park, this restaurant also serves breakfast.
Located at Kimpton Hotel Monaco Seattle, Outlier serves delectable victuals in grand banquet menu laid out with style and class. The refined and chic interiors give off a classy without coming across as too formal and its well-crafted menu that boasts a delicious selection of New American cuisine brings to the table an awe-inspiring dining experience. Gorge a soulful dinner in well-chosen combination complemented with a line of fresh;y prepared, craft cocktails. You can also take a seat at their beautiful outdoor and relax by the fire pit while enjoying beautiful views of verdant surroundings, This restaurant invites reservations for private dining.
Located at Motif Seattle Hotel, Frolik kitchen and cocktails is a hot destination to enjoy city skyline over some quality new American cuisine! This stylish restaurant and bar serves American dishes, from mac & cheese to seared duck breast. On the drinks menu, you can ask for your classic drink-of-choice or choose from a list of delicious cocktails. The decor is as stylish and as cutting edgy as the folks at Frolik!
Fonte is a friendly coffee shop with an ambiance that will brighten up your day. Enter this gourmet cafe for breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a quick bite with coffee. The menu has a variety of options and some of the favorites among frequenters are the meatballs, affogato, duck confit and more. Choose your cuppa, with a varied selection categorized under the single origin, special selection, decaffeinated and more. Buy yourself some of their special coffee beans which are available online on their website. Check website for more information.
Found on Yesler Way, P Square Saloon is a lively bar in the bustling neighborhood of Pioneer Square. The saloon lures guzzlers with its extensive selection of on-tap brews and a relaxed setting. The tapered layout is adorned with several band and rebel posters. Barring the placards, the decor remains sparse. It is a popular haunt for locals on first Thursdays of every month, as P Square has some great open mic nights and comic acts. Munch on the complimentary pop-corn, even as you gulp down your chosen libations till wee hours.
With pressed-tin ceilings, long wooden bar and exposed brick, this bar exudes old-world charm. The building where McCoy's now stands was erected in 1898 and it has served many functions in various incarnations, including a bordello, restaurant, tavern, etc. McCoy's opened in 1998 and since then it has provided blue-collar dinner and drinks to thousands of patrons. The decor pays homage to the brave firefighters in the Emerald City and elsewhere with memorabilia like helmets, jackets as well as their massive wall of patches from stations around the globe. Open for lunch and dinner, McCoy's is always a superb choice for no-frills food in Pioneer Square.