A summertime Q&A touches on drinks alfresco and other “hot” issues.
From craft cocktails to Rainier tallboys, where and how to drink in the Seattle area.
A corner pub becomes a gathering place for lower Wallingford, with cheap drinks and nostalgic ambience.
We recommend deals at Alchemy, Barrio, Marmite, Navy Strength, Outlier, Vestal and Zocalo.
These new patios aren’t as well-known to the crowds yet, so you’ll have a good chance at a table.
Brother Barrel and The Growler Guys, both on Lake City Way a couple miles apart, boast tap lists worth exploring.
This summer, everyone is talking about frosé, the frozen wine concoction. Many a Seattle bar is serving it, and other slushy drinks.
Summer brings out the Seattle foot traffic, and restaurants tend to launch new happy hours to compete. Here are five worth a visit.
If you like this bittersweet cocktail, you’ll love the week of June 5-11, when bars all over the area are creating their best variations on...
It’s a riff on Seattle’s famous Last Word, but with bourbon and Aperol, a fancy take on a whiskey sour.
A reader new to Mount Baker is looking for great spots to hang out in the neighborhood. And another really wants to play darts. Reporter...
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