Seattle speakeasies you have to find
These secret bars are worth the trip
1. The Knee High Stocking Co.
This hidden bar is tucked away on Olive St. in Capitol Hill, and the unmarked door may be a tough one to spot. Rather than calling or going online for a reservation, this modern speakeasy asks that you merely text your party size and time of arrival.
2. The Backdoor at Roxy’s
This Seattle speakeasy is located in the Fremont district. Hidden just behind Roxy's Diner, this 1920s bar is the perfect place to relax and escape the bustling city.
3. Needle & Thread
One of the most prestigious establishments on the list, this bar is hidden within another bar in the Capitol Hill neighborhood called Tavern Law. The small space only allows for 25 guests at a time and reservations are expected. The best part? There is no menu. The professional mixologists simply ask your mood and whip up the perfect cocktail to suit it.
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