The city’s inaugural Seattle Cocktail Week debuts tonight, and organizers sent along the official list of bars and restaurants featured in the event’s official passport. What’s the deal with these passports, you ask? The booklet lists the participating venues, and the bar crawl schedule.
While most of these places are running individual specials for cocktail week, your best bet is checking Facebook, Twitter and the like for specifics. The (mini) week kicks off tonight with the first in a series of bar crawls, each one focusing on a specific set of neighborhoods. A closing party happens Sunday at Barrio, starting at 7pm. Given that evening’s proximity to Halloween, expect an especially rowdy affair.
Here’s the official list of participating bars and restaurants, sorted by bar crawl. Passports should be available at any and all of these fine establishments.
Ballard/Wallingford/Fremont (Thursday, October 27)
9 Million in Unmarked Bills; BalMar; Golden Beetle; Hunger; Moshi Moshi; Oliver’s Twist; Paratii; Quoin; Roxy’s; Via Tribunali; Volterra
Downtown/Belltown/Queen Anne (Friday, October 28)
Chez Shea; Clever Bottle; The Coterie Room; Daniel’s Lake Union; Fairmont Olympic Hotel (Terrace Lounge); The Forge Lounge; Hunt Club; Local 360; McMenamins; Rabbit Hole; RN74; Rob Roy; Spur; Taste; Via Tribunali; Vito’s; Wild Ginger; Zig Zag Cafe
Capitol Hill/Eastlake/U District (Saturday, October 29)
Ba Bar; Bako; Barrio; Cafe Lago; Cafe Kanape; Cicchetti; Coastal Kitchen; Havana; Knee High Stocking Co.; Liberty; Living Room Bar; Luc; Lucid; Little Water Cantina; McMenamins Six Arms; Moe Bar; Poquitos; Ravish; The Saint; Serafina; Skillet; Smith; Sun Liquor; Tavern Law; Tommy Gun; Via Tribunali
Eastside (All Days)
Daniel’s Bellevue; Hector’s; John Howie Steak; Lot No. 3; Milagro Cantina; Monsoon East; Naga Lounge; Pearl; Trellis; Vovina; Wild Ginger
South Seattle (All Days)