Where there is delicious food, there should be similarly spectacular beverages. And this is definitely the case in the Emerald City. Explore just a selection of favorite spots to have a soft drink outside of work hours – some people arrive with a view of the roof, while other people suggest happy hours, something we simply can not resist.
WHISKEY FROM THE RADIATOR
“Radiator Whisky” is concealed in a private place called Pike Place Market. They offer a wide ( permanent revolving ) choice of cocktails from brown liqueur. In addition, they serve tater tots topped with strangled dressing and fried eggs, which are half free in happy hour.
Just go to Ballard and visit any of their breweries. In addition, the Seapine Brewing Company is a mandatory requirement . You may even jump on a nearby Westland distillery. This is not a brewery, but they serve excellent drinks and cocktails.
Oliver’s Lounge is the first elevated bar in Seattle, and they create a stunning martini.
Mbar, The Nest, The Mountaineering Club, and Percy’s & Co.- you can choose any of them.
RACHEL’S GINGER BEER (RGB)
They are famous for their ginger beer which is excellent if you are seeking a soft drink, but they do also serve tap cocktails