Restaurants & Bars 5

Happy Hours - did I miss worthwhile ones?

ck1234 | Jun 9, 201211:39 AM

We'll be staying just for two days in early Sept. before a cruise (Sunday & Monday). We're staying at the Warwick and will be without car. I think we've decided to just eat doing happy hours, an early one and then a late one. I'd like to pick food worthy places though. This is the list I've compiled. Are there others I should add? Thanks!

Anchovies & Olives
1550 15th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
(206) 838-8080
Oyster Power Hour
Sunday - Thursday
5PM to 6PM
10PM to Close
A variety of oysters served for $1 a piece. Wash them down with $2 Peronis or $5 prosecco.

Ponti Café
3014 – 3rd Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109
Daily 4PM ~ 6:30PM & 9:00PM ~ close

Etta’s (Tom Douglas)
(206) 443-6000
Monday - Friday from 4pm - 6pm in the bar

BOKA Restaurant and Bar
1010 First Ave
Seattle, WA 98104
Daily from 2:30 - 6:00 pm & 9:30 pm - Close

Tavolàta (same owner as Anchovies & Olives)
2323 Second Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121
Happy Hour
Nightly: 5PM to 7PM

Toulouse Petit Kitchen and Lounge
601 Queen Anne Ave N
Seattle, WA 98119
Daily Happy Hour 4pm–6pm
Late Night Happy Hour 10pm–1am

Marguax Lounge in our hotel
Happy Hour specials between 4pm and 7pm

Lola (Tom Douglas)
Served Mon-Fri, 4:00-6:00pm
2000 4th Avenue (Very close to hotel)

Palace Kitchen (Tom Douglas)
Monday-Friday 4:30 to 6pm Sunday-Thursday 11 pm-1 am
2030 Fifth Ave (Very close to hotel)

Dahlia Lounge (Tom Douglas)
2001 4th Ave (Very close to hotel)
Mon-Fri 5-6 pm

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