Happy Hour Anyone?

Ah, Happy Hour. That magical time that makes your afternoon at work fly by and keeps you from sending that true but inappropriate email to the annoying Brenda in the cubicle next to you. For those of us lucky enough to live in the Emerald City, we know every spot from ‘My boss is coming but so is his corporate card’ to ‘locals only, tourists not allowed with out a note from a verified local’. For those of you visiting us with a passion for great drinks and food at a discount, you will love the fact that Seattle is a city filled with hot spots for happy hour. While there are many to choose from, here are a few of the best happy hours to add to the itinerary for your amazing trip!

Vinnie’s Raw Bar

Vinnie’s Raw Bar is a notorious Seattle destination for those that love to try bold and innovative wine labels. When you’re looking for a budget-friendly approach to trying what’s new, make sure to swing by during Happy Hour between the hours of 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm. During this timeframe, guests can indulge in wine at $2 less than traditional prices and can make the most of cheese plates that are $5 discounted. Bring your friends and appetite when you come to enjoy a popular Happy Hour spent at Vinnie’s Raw Bar.

Virginia Inn

If you find yourself roaming Pike Place Market any given day of the week, Virginia Inn is a must when it comes to memorable and delicious Happy Hours. Small plates of calamari, smoked salmon and crab cakes are available in a price range falling between $3 and $11 while beer can be enjoyed for the low price of $5 and wine rings in at just $6.50. Stop in between 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm to make the most of this savory time in a restaurant that’s called Pike Place Market home since 1903. 

Radiator Whiskey

While you’re at the Market, why not try something a little different? Radiator Whiskey opened in 2013 and is known not only for its whiskey, but for its inventive way to pair common food with uncommon. Their happy hour is from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm Monday – Saturday and offers drink deals like $10 beer and a shot, $7 apple infused Effen mules, and $8 wine. Pair it with a snack like tots with gravy and a fried egg or their house made cracker jacks (cayenne-bourbon-caramel coated mixed nuts) and you’ve got yourself something to Facebook about.

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