No surprise, our water-bound region has a host of maritime spots where you can anchor for a bite—or a beer.
Seattle Met Staff
This week: Ugly sweaters and Seahawks, free Cupcake Royale, and Frank Sinatra's birthday.
"I'm always super bummed when places make the bartender dress up like he or she is working in a secret prohibition speakeasy."
Unlimited nachos, football pretzels, and Seattle dogs? Game on.
12 bars where you can make the last hour of 2013 really count.
Merry drinking to all, and to all a good night.
Ye Olde Gluten-Free Pub
Imagine if Von Trapp's and the Bait Shop had a baby—except the fish and chips are battered in cider and rice flour.
Here's where to go for a classy cool down.
A handful of new establishments signal an embrace of the nautical.
On the Menu
The Bait Shop's new breakfast sandwich packs all the hangover-curing properties of the iconic fast food sandwich...but most of it is made in house.
Plus: Frozen drinks at Bait Shop, gut busters at Sam's Tavern, and 20-buck duck at Cafe Campagne.
Behold the Linda Derschang joint now open at 606 Broadway East.
This week: Asian fusion tacos in South Lake Union, Montana is expanding, and Skelly and the Bean to close in two weeks.
The latest from Linda Derschang is a maritime bar—complete with knotty pine walls and a seven-foot marlin—located at 606 Broadway East.
"I just bought a seven-foot-long marlin the other day."
This week: Fogo becomes Fumaca Brazilian Steakhouse, HA! fills the former Hunger space in Fremont, and the Silver Fork is saved...until April.
Fish-and-chips, frozen drinks, and a "Northwest nautical feeling."
Bait Shop will open in the former Bako space.