Tin Table is up the stairs in the Oddfellows Building (walk past Molly Moon’s, resist the smell of waffle cones, and head under the red awning) right across the hall from Century Ballroom, so it’s a perfect place to grab an old fashioned or a spritzer after taking a samba class with a new date (bold move, by the way). It has great bar snacks like wings and fries (but if your bar snack of choice is risotto you can have that too), and exposed brick, which always makes a bar cooler. It’s been proven somehow.
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Bateau in Capitol Hill is the most unique steakhouse in Seattle - if not the entire West Coast.
Bait shop is part nautical bar, part tropical tiki joint, and it’s one of the best places to spend a night in Capitol Hill.
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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.
Perihelion Brewery is a neighborhood spot in Beacon Hill with great beer and solid American bar snacks.
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Canon is the most-hyped cocktail bar in Seattle, and for good reason. For high-quality drinks in Capitol Hill, come here.
Rhein Haus is your stereotypical biergarten in Capitol Hill, and it’s great. There’s a patio, glass boots for beer, and comically large pretzels.
The Pine Box
The Pine Box is a bar in an old mortuary, and it’s great. Come for a casual weeknight dinner or drink.
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