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Tavern Law has been serving cocktails since 1832, and during Prohibition when America outlawed alcohol, the bar became a speakeasy and continued to serve drinks. Now you can have a perfectly legal cocktail and enjoy the bar's interesting past by sipping on a cocktail made from a 19th Century of early 20th Century recipe. The cocktail list and menu changes often, but you can always expect...
Drinking was in the bag last night for many imbibers on Capitol Hill. Photographer Suzi Pratt did some trick-or-treating of her own, hitting up a handful of bars to capture the spirit of Halloween: Barrio, Bimbo's, Canon, Artusi, Moe Bar, Poquitos, Sam's Tavern, Tavern Law and Unicorn. All between the hours of 8 and 9 pm.
Here, in no particular order, are the bars du jour of some of Seattle's cooking contingent. And for Throwback Thursday, might you revisit the favorite dive bars of Hollywood Tavern chef, Angie Roberts and the preferred cocktail stops of Spinasse's/Aragona's Jason Stratton?
Very very cool. Old school feel with funny and eclectic staff. Very accommodating with drink menu. Our bartender securely knew his stuff. Was a pleasure to watch him and the other staff work.
When it comes to the Seattle restaurant scene few have matched the success of Dana Tough and Brian McCracken. Riding their initial success with Spur Gastropub, the pair has brought us the venerable Tavern Law, The Old Sage, and the prohibition-era speakeasy Needle and Thread. Read on to learn about their winning formula for success.
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