The Seattle Passport is on sale now and Quoin is a participant! Head to www.thepassportprogram.com/seattle to grab one and make sure to come visit Quoin for $7 Lazy Gardeners and Pink Panthers. @PassportProgram
The makings of some spruce tip oleo saccharum. We're combing this with some pisco, lemon, lime and tiki bitters for our PNW Pisco Punch special. Come in and get it while supplies last!
New cocktail special at Quoin/Revel, the Smokey Bear Old Fashioned: Cask Strength Maker's Mark, house smoked honey (process pictured in photos) and sarsaparilla bitters. With the summer season approaching remember that only you can prevent forest fires, but with your other free time should probably be enjoying this delicious special which won't be around for long!
Celery and lemongrass are making their way into our new springtime sipper in the form of a shrub for the "Not A Half Stepper", which also gets some cachaca, Cocchi Bianco, dandelion & burdock root bitters, Grand Poppy and some soda water. It's complex, refreshing, slightly savory, slightly bitter and quite delicious. Come enjoy one on our beautiful bar deck patio!
Springtime is here! To celebrate, the Quoin page has come out of hibernation to inform the public of a few specials we've got going: 1. Cocktail Special- Pisco, Lime, Guanabana Foam & Amargo Chuncho Bitters. 2. Great Divide Hibernation Ale (97 Ratebeer rating, 90 Beeradvocate score, pun fully intended in conjunction with intro) cans are only $4! Our bartender extraordinaire Jesse Tiamson was excited enough to even be in the photo!
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Solstice is here and we're selling a craft version of fireball to celebrate. Come get it while supplies last.
The sun is out and shining some light on this wild ginger and thai chili tincture at Quoin. We throw it in our Wildfire cocktail along with a housemade pineapple shrub, Cocchi Bianco, dry curacao & pisco. Light, tart, fruity & refreshing.
The winner of our bartending class competition. Light and refreshing with a touch of spice. Shout out to those that attended, it was a lot of fun. And the general public is always welcome to come pick our brains, class is always in session.
Not sure if something happening 7 days a week is much of a secret, but we appreciate the shout out. Happy hour time!
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El Corazon is one of Seattle's premier music venues. With countless all ages shows and music of all styles. There is always something for everyone!
Concert venue and bar. We host a variety of events and musical experiences. Our programming is diverse and interesting.
Baltic Room has been bringing you the best in music for the last 16 years. Open six nights a week, Baltic Room is home to Seattle's most exciting events!
Happy Hour 3 pm- 6 pm everyday.
Brewers of fine Northwest-style ales since 2007.
A cozy neighborhood bar. Righteous food. No attitude. Deck. Pong.
Highway 99 is an award-winning Juke Joint featuring the best of local and national blues artists, as well as popular local indie acts and performance art.
Who wants delicious Food and Beer?? You do.
Find us at 2 locations in Seattle! Magnolia: 3217 W. McGraw Street Seattle, WA Phinney Ridge: 6822 Greenwood Ave. North Seattle, WA