$12 for $25 Worth of Sushi and Drinks at Liberty Bar

Capitol Hill

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Like an etch-a-sketch or a man covered in ants, cocktails just beg to be shaken. Stir up the nightlife with this Groupon.

$12 for $25 Worth of Sushi and Drinks

The Sonic Boom tuna roll ($8) sprinkles the bar's signature Liberty spicy hanoo sauce over tuna, snow crab, and seared salmon. Soy paper surrounds the Red roll's shrimp, red bell peppers, and sriracha ($7). Click here for the full sushi menu.

At the bar, the staff mixes classic cocktails such as mint juleps ($8) and manhattans ($10). Their original creations include the Midnight Drive—Evan Williams bourbon, Antica sweet vermouth, crème de cacao, and whiskey-barrel-aged bitters ($9) and the Slaughterhouse Fire, a tangy concoction of vodka, blood-orange puree, lime juice, and Tabasco sauce ($8). Click here for the drink menu.

Liberty Bar

Andrew Friedman has memorized and invented a library's worth of libations. As the president and cofounder of the Washington State Bartender's Guild, he knows his way around the counter—enough to experiment with barrel-aging his own cocktails and lighting his citrus twists on fire. The shelves behind him at Liberty Bar stretch four bottles deep, according to Eater, and those bottles’ spirits span continents and centuries. Andrew creates fresh "scratch" cocktails, so named because of their ingredients: hand-squeezed juice, homemade bitters, and syrups concocted in-house. Combined, they form imaginatively named blends such as the Preamble—gin, blackberry jam, and lemon juice—and the tequila-based Ultimas Palabras, which is Spanish for "last words."

Though the bar has earned a reputation as a gallery for sophisticated mixtures, Andrew maintains that it preserves a communal, down-home vibe. The servers happily suggest selections from the hundreds of whiskies, bourbons, mezcals, and locally distilled liquors, introducing patrons to new tastes instead of just sticking their favorite burger in a glass with ice. The menu also features beer, wine, and sushi rolls. From 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., however, the space functions as a coffee shop for Stumptown brews and savory pastries.

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    Capitol Hill

    517 15th Ave. E.

    Seattle, Washington 98102

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In a Nutshell

Bartenders hand-squeeze juices and brew homemade bitters for cocktails; tuna, crab, and a house spicy sauce mingle inside sushi rolls

The Fine Print

Expires Apr 3rd, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Not Valid For Happy Hour. Dine-in only. Must purchase a food item. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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