Sun Liquor Distillery
This spot was coined as an intimate neighborhood spot, but now acts a cozy spot for those to come from all over. With their special distilled liquors, this is the place to get an amazing quality drink in Seattle.
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Sun Liquor is a top Seattle spot for old-timey gin drinks—its owner and manager are so obsessed with that spirit, in fact, they’re distilling their own at a second location a few blocks south.
Since you're at a bar, try drinking alcohol. It's amazing!
Chapman worked on Sun Liquor’s flagship spirit, the round-bodied Hedge Trimmer gin ($30), for a full year before settling on a final formula in October, now for sale at the Pike Street distillery.
The bartenders here are really helpful. Ask for recommendations!
I recommend the burger.
Eric is the best bartender in the house.
Distillery! Local! Great location!
So this place is near work, and I needed a drink. Now I love it, great people watching patio. Drinks can be slow, but the sign says "scratch cocktails' so come on, relax.
The patio here is excellent people watching spot
Ted is the man here. Let him make you something with bourbon. You won't regret it. Best drinks in town.
BLT is booooomb.
You can buy their liquor to take home now! Huzzah!
Don't pay with wooden nickels! Seriously you guys.
Southside is a bit sweet but very refreshing
Gin fizz. To die. Do it! Raw eggs are good for you!
Try the Suffering Bastard. The ginger beer in it really hits the spot.
Try the bourbon renewal happy hour 5-7
Ask for the navy strength martini.
Sadly no food after 11pm. And only 1 beer choice on tap. A true gin/whiskey/martini bar. Good sized crowd this late on a week-night though.
"Call in the banana boats!" -Whip Whitaker
While the vibe is akin to getting boozed up at a swanky Top Pot (owner Michael Klebeck is a partner in the doughnut chain), the drinks are accessible without being dumbed down.
Try a Moscow Mule. You won't be disappointed. Especially if LeAnn is working... then you're in for a twice-as-nice treat!
Brunch? The French toast. Seriously.