Row 1

4743 Ballard Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98107
Wine Bar
$ $
Wed–Sun: 4:00 PM–10:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • This petite (less than 800sqft), copper-bar'd boozer is pouring simple, unfussy cocktails, and, predictably for a place helm'd by Renee Erickson, is focused on serving sweet seafood-based eats.
  • Calvados old-fashioned. I'm addicted. Add the gorgeousness of the environs, the wonderful service, the olive oil deserving main course status, and a genius owner who is darling nice, !
  • Beautiful selection of amari. Reminiscent of (inspired by) Amor y Amargo: great concept.
  • Great cocktail menu and appetizers. Quiet enough for conversation!
  • really good tapas. enjoy while waiting for a seat at the walrus and the carpenter. be aware it gets pricey.
  • Good spot for cocktails while waiting for dinner.
  • Grab a drink here while you wait for Walrus and Carpenter. Ask for the chips.
  • Grabbed a cocktail while waiting to be seated at the Walrus & the Carpenter... Probably all its good for. Cute but no windows so it feels uncomfortable after a while. Turned off by the owners attitude
  • Great spot
  • Craft booze savants will geek out over the amaro selection, while the rest of you will be thoroughly delighted by the ever-changing small-plate selectionpork tongue! duck liver goose!& gorgeous bar.
  • Get some prosciutto.
  • Delish cocktails, Lays chips, and killer 90s r&b playlist! What's not to love?!
  • Hand shaved Serrano ham! DO IT!
  • Very cute place, the cocktails are great and the attention amazing!
  • Octopus Terrine
  • Perfect place to go while waiting for a table at Walrus & Carpenter. Good cocktails and complimentary potato chips!
  • Every dish was so tasty! The muscles were amazing.
  • Make sure you get the spicy sardines.
  • Delicious duck liver mouse
  • Small wine bar, located next to the Walrus and the Carpenter. It just opened. Link to blog post about it.