Whether you have had a rough day at the office, are craving a night out, or want to reward yourself for a job well done, there is no occasion that doesn’t call for a glass of vino! If you love to unwind with a glass of wine, you have no shortage of places to do that in Seattle. Here are some of the most popular wine bars in sparkling Seattle.
Unique architecture combined with an extensive food and drink menu make Bar Ferdinand the place to be in Seattle. You’ll find wine and beer offerings here that you won’t find anywhere else in the Pacific Northwest, in addition to delectable dishes like homemade bread and smoked meats. The ambiance is cool and inviting, perfect for a romantic date or an evening with friends. Although it’s one of the more popular dining spots, the service is fast ensuring you won’t have to wait long for a table.
The name speaks for itself…Bottlehouse is a great place to enjoy a bottle of wine paired with some exquisite cheeses while relaxing in a one of a kind setting. The bar is located inside a renovated house and offers both indoor and outdoor seating. The high-top tables, mismatched stools, and eclectic paintings adorning the walls will have you feeling right at home, while the distinctive wines will transport you to the finest Italian restaurants. You can even reserve the bar for a cool event, where a delectable menu is paired with the best wines for an out of this world experience.
If you’re looking for a place that offers hundreds of different wines and whiskeys in a cool setting, the Barrel Thief is the spot you’ve been looking for. With over 175 varieties of wine and 300 different whiskeys, you won’t find a bigger drink selection in the Seattle area. Perhaps the best part about Barrel Thief is the Whiskey or Wine Passport program. Each time you visit the Barrel Thief, you can check off which drink you enjoyed. Once you’ve checked them all, you’ll earn a discount on drinks there for the rest of your life!
Purple Cafe & Wine Bar
Upon entering the Purple Cafe & Wine Bar, you’ll be astounded at the floor to ceiling case adorned with hundreds of bottles of wine right in the center of the bar. If you’re looking for it, the Purple Cafe & Wine Bar probably has it. They’ve got wines from all over the world, many that most other places don’t carry. If that’s not enough, they also offer a unique assortment of meats, cheeses, and other dishes to pair with whatever wine you choose. Combined with the low-lighting and spiral staircase, this wine bar is tough to beat.