This Winter Whiskey Fizz Is Your Key to Surviving the Cold
1. Canon928 12th Ave, Seattle
2. 9 Million In Unmarked Bills3507 Fremont Pl, Seattle
3. Radiator Whiskey94 Pike St, Ste 30, Seattle
4. Kickin' Boot Whiskey Kitchen5309 22nd Ave NW, Seattle
5. Americana219 Broadway E, Seattle
6. Tavern Law1406 12th Ave, Seattle
7. The Old Sage1410 12th Ave, Seattle
8. Whisky Bar2122 2nd Ave, Seattle
9. Bourbon & Bones4350 Leary Way NW, Seattle
10. Liberty517 15th Ave E, Seattle
This snug bespoke whiskey bar and bitters emporium makes up for its cozy quarters with an astounding collection of wine and spirits (peep the 94-page menu!). If that weren't reason enough to check out this Capitol Hill spot, Canon Whiskey holds the title for having the largest selection of American whiskey in the world... score!
This laid-back Fremont boozer has a spacious patio and serves up specially crafted 'tails using fresh ingredients like muddled lemons & oranges, orange-spiced black tea-infused whiskey and rhubarb bitters.
Radiator Whiskey is a brewpub in Downtown that's dishing out barrel-aged, gravity-poured cocktails as well as American classics that may or may not include Fritos.
In a repurposed warehouse with custom everything, you'll find Kickin' Boot. The menu's built around classic BBQ offerings like fried chicken served w/ a buttermilk biscuit and half & whole racks of baby back ribs. KBWK's also slinging steakhouse classics (a center-cut New York w/ smoked cheddar tasso grit sticks), sandwiches, and apps like the spicy beer butter sauce'd Kickin' Shrimp. To drink, there's a massive wine list, scratch-made sodas, and old-school Southern imbibables like the gin/Lillet/orange curacao/absinthe Corpse Reviver,
Americana’s Kentucky Gentleman, made with Maker’s, muddled ginger, and mint syrup is just one of the many creative 'tails that await you in this Cap Hill drinkery. Located just off Broadway, Americana also serves flights, so you have no excuse not to order the maple-glazed pork belly, because you've got loooootssss to wash it down with.
This classy Cap Hill boozer has won many accolades, and for good reason. Try their egg-white whiskey cocktail, or pretty much anything else their expert bartenders recommend.
A sweet seafoodery where they'll smoke your underwater eats all the way up to your table, then pair them with delicious Scotch-based cocktails.
With weekly live bagpipe music (!), The Whisky Bar lives up to its name with over 50 bottles of the aforementioned spirit, along with eats like smoked duck, veal shoulder, and other meat-tastic bar bites.
Boasting "smoked meat, fried chicken, and whiskey," Bourbon & Bones is serving up everything you need to have an authentic BBQ experience in Fremont. What's better than whiskey cocktails? Whiskey cocktails served in mason jars.
Sushi and craft cocktails make a great pair at this Capitol Hill neighborhood eatery. Run by the President of the Washington State Bartender’s Guild/Vice President of the Washington Distillers’ Guild, this spot has a lot to live up to libation wise, and it delivers with a nice selection of well-made classic cocktails, house standards, and an extensive array of whiskey, vodka, tequila, and bourbon. Comfy couches make up for limited bar seating.