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707 E Pine St, Seattle, WA
Neighborhood hangout hits high notes inside and out with a welcoming vibe, guest DJs and a popular patio.
Tips: Park for a scant $3 at the parking garage on Pine and Harvard.
425 NW Market St., Seattle, WA
This stylish, intimate lounge has folks lining up for elaborate cocktails and unique surroundings.
SAMBAR or email SAMBAR
1919 Post Aly, Seattle, WA
This Post Alley favorite is part Italian restaurant and part musical cabaret.
Tips: The best way to find it is to follow street numbers closely. The pale pink door is on the west side of the alley; note the rooftop deck to the south.
6049 Seaview Ave NW, Seattle, WA
A Seattle waterfront staple, especially when there’s celebrating to be done.
Tips: A long wine list, strong on West Coast labels, offers many moderately priced selections.
Ray’s Boathouse Restaurant, Cafe & Catering or email Ray’s Boathouse Restaurant, Cafe & Catering
2226 First Ave, Seattle, WA
A trendy, with-it crowd flocks to this mod Belltown bistro for fresh cocktails, sassy food and a Monday movie night.
Tips: Head to “Dinner and a Movie” on Mondays at 8pm, where a new DVD release is screened and paired with a $25 three-course dinner.
The Apartment Bistro
1533 13th Ave, Seattle, WA
Huge, cruisy nightclub offering drinks, dancing and men, men, men.
Tips: Sunday is the bar’s most popular night, offering cheap beer and wall-to-wall men.
The Cuff Complex
1201 Alaskan Way, Pier 56, Seattle, WA
A reliably great oyster and fish house on the waterfront.
Tips: At lunch, the Republic lot across the street offers one-and-a-half hours of validated parking; after 5pm, use the complimentary valet.
Elliott’s Oyster House
2214 1st Ave, Seattle, WA
A Northwest theme and more than 90 specialty cocktails at this Belltown hot spot.
Tips: The majority of the cocktail list leans toward the sugary side; if you like ‘em dry, you’re better off sticking to a classic well drink.
412 N 36th St, Fremont, WA
This fresh Fremont club buzzes with a diverse lineup of live music.
1415 Fifth Ave Ste 5, Seattle, WA
Hidden garden terrace on the fifth floor of the Red Lion draws crowds for downtown views and bargain drinks.
Tips: Discounted margaritas, wine, beer and bar snacks (Mon-Fri 4pm-7pm).
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