Early movers in the restobar scene combined adventurous menus with sophisticated booze.
Kathryn Robinson and Allecia Vermillion
A major trend Seattle food lovers should know about. But please...you’ve gotta help us come up with a better name.
Restaurants that feed the bar next door.
Dinner schminner, Romeo. Seduction’s all about the booze and the nibbles.
67 Ways to Stay Sane
Our favorite bars that play with fire.
Delancey’s love of all things housemade extends to the pizzeria’s new sibling cocktail bar.
Where to find great food on the cheap every single hour of the day.
Two initiatives, Senate bill 5542 and House bill 1683, propose the return of the smoking room to Washington State. We sit down with supporters, like El Gaucho owner Paul Mackay, and opponents.
Behind the bar with six of our city’s master drink makers.
Another 15 favorite Seattle bars, plus the cocktail to try at each one.
The 10 Seattle bars—superbly staffed, welcoming to all—that we think you need to visit right now.
Once an old boys’ club, craft cocktailing today is the domain of saucy dames like the seven top bartenders featured here.
Drink your way through downtown bars, including Zig Zag, Il Bistro, and Pink Door.
Clancey Denis and Rachel Sturtz
The Hideout, The Hunt Club, Vito’s, and Rview top our First Hill tippling spots.
Spur, Virginia Inn, Bathtub Gin—just a few Belltown bars worth a swig.
Drink your way through Bellevue’s best bars.
Capitol Hill lays claim to Sun Liquor, Liberty, Linda’s, and other notable Seattle bars.
When in Phinney Ridge, drink as Phinney Ridgers do: at Oliver’s Twist, The Park Pub, 74th Street Ale House, Prost Tavern, Sully’s Snowgoose Saloon, and In the Red Wine Bar and Café.
Fremont and Wallingford are home to bar charmers like 35th Street Bistro, Quoin, Brouwer’s, and The Pacific Inn Pub.
Drink your way through Queen Anne bars, starting at the aptly named Hilltop Ale House and finishing with a ten-ounce Tini Bigs cocktail.