While there are many reasons to check out The Barrel Thief, the 300 different whiskeys and 175 different wines by the glass should be convincing enough. Come on a date, with your parents, or a big group, and make some progress on your Whiskey or Wine Passport. And no, that’s not just a corny term we invented - each time you return, you can check off what you’ve tried in order to work your way toward a discount on drinks there for life. You don’t even have to schlep to CVS to get your photo taken.
Where To Eat & Drink In Fremont
Fremont isn’t just an option when you’re bored of Capitol Hill. This is your guide to all the first-choice-worthy spots in the neighborhood.
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The Masonry is a wood-fired pizza spot in Fremont with a large beer selection and excellent meatballs.
Despite the cheesy name, Uneeda Burger serves some of our favorite burgers in Fremont.
Norm’s Eatery & Ale House
Norm’s is a divey alehouse with bar food in Fremont that’s perfect for you and your dog.
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Canlis is the most upscale fine dining experience you’ll find in Seattle. Before you commit, here’s a step-by-step breakdown of what you can expect.
Bing’s is a brunch staple in Madison Park. Whether you’re coming for a bachelorette party or a low-key breakfast, it will get the job done.
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Fremont isn’t the greatest neighborhood for food, but it does have Revel - a Korean fusion place with cool vibes and an excellent patio.
Artusi is the bar version of Spinasse, the incredible full Italian restaurant next door. For cocktails and small plates, it doesn’t get much better.
Entering Brouwer’s is like stepping into a Medieval Times in Fremont, but with much better food and less jousting. Come for a birthday dinner.
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