Bars in Shoreline

Up to 58% Off Wine Totes and Tasting

Piccola Wine Company

Warehouse Winery District

$48 $20

Easy-to-transport totes hold the equivalent of two bottles of wine

50% Off Irish Pub Fare and Drinks at Sully's Lounge

Sully's Lounge

Top of Queen Anne Hill

$10 $5

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Staple food and drink from the Emerald Isle such as fish and chips, shepherd's pie, and pints of Harp and Guinness

Up to 50% Off Small Plates and Drinks at Mix Martini Lounge

Mix Martini Lounge

Seattle

$35 $19

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Small plates such as beef tenderloin sliders and crab cakes paired with craft cocktails

The Backdoor – $25 for Cocktails and Comfort Food for Two

The Backdoor

University District

$36 $25

Intricate seasonal cocktails and savory bites such as mac and cheese and a pulled-pork plate, served in an intimate speakeasy setting

47% Off at SPORT Restaurant & Bar – A John Howie Restaurant

SPORT Restaurant & Bar – A John Howie Restaurant

Seattle Center South Lake Union

$51 $27

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Chef John Howie's sports bar serves up hand-tossed flatbread pizzas alongside a shareable Ceasar salad and locally crafted brews

Up to 52% Off Wine Tasting from Tres Hombres Wine Group

Tres Hombres Wine Group

Woodinville

$30 $15

Taste a dozen or more red or white wines from three area wineries in one sitting

52% Off Food and Drinks at The Haven Pub

The Haven Pub

Parkland

$25 $12

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Classic pub food, such as pizza and burgers, served at bar with cold brews, karaoke, and music

50% Off Red Wines from Madsen Family Cellars

Madsen Family Cellars

Marvin Road

$114 $57

Award-winning vintages including merlot, cabernet franc, and cabernet sauvignon with free shipping

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The chatter that comes from friendly competition has a certain characteristic sound. That pleasant rumble often fills MVP's, where patrons might be battling their way through Halo 4, Tomb Raider, or one of 30 other Xbox 360 Games. Though it is an unorthodox sports bar, it is a sports bar nonetheless, so TVs will still be broadcasting all manner of athletic competitions, from football and baseball games to F1 racing and UFC matches. Netflix on personal Xbox consoles and monitors at tables emphasize that this isn't a typical watering hole, as does the menu, which includes churros with strawberries and drinks with names like "Zombie Killer." Those drinks pour freely during happy hour as well as events that include board-game nights and Super Smash Bros. tournaments.

22921 Washington 99
Edmonds,
WA
US

The founders of Salud Whisky & Wine Bar have turned their passion for spirits into a massive collection–one that includes more than 125 wines and 150 whiskies. The bar's inventory features products from around the globe, but focuses primarily on wines and whiskies that have been crafted or grown in Washington. Visitors can dip into both selections on a daily basis, all while soaking up recommendations from Salud's wine- and whisky-wise staff. They can also try out the bar's own barrel-aged cocktails: pre-mixed drinks that have gone through the same aging process as other distilled spirits in order to alter their character and flavor.

1912 201st Place Southeast
Bothell,
WA
US

LaVonte Elegan may have a master's degree in business, but he isn't afraid to get his hands dirty for the sake of a clean carpet. Working alongside his wife, Breanne, LaVonte leads a staff of experienced technicians who attend courses and seminars to stay abreast of the latest cleaning tools and techniques. Their cleaning process starts with a HEPA vacuum to remove dry dirt particles before launching into a meticulous step-by-step regimen that extracts ground-in soil. LaVonte's techs then scour fibers with pet-safe products and a Rotovac machine, which cleans at speeds up to 250 revolutions per minute, leaving it about 20 times drier than cleaning it with a manual scrub wand or teasing it until it cries. Beyond carpet, the crew members at Glow Professional Home Cleaning Services also aim their green cleaning products and hot-water-extraction equipment at stains residing in tile and grout or upholstery.

3711 164th St SW A201
lynnwood,
wa
US

The Lucky 7's grill gurus dish out an extensive menu of hearty comfort fare while barkeeps pour an assortment of 20 tap beers in a festive tavern outfitted with multiple TVs and a lively game room. While sipping suds from the bar's large assortment of draft brews, guests can quell hunger quakes with the all-you-can-eat seasoned fries accompanying all 14 sandwiches from the grill, including the 1/3-pound honey-cured bacon cheeseburger ($7.75). Wide-ranging dinner options span the turf-surf spectrum, from london broil steak ($10.50) to freshly plucked fruits of the sea such as sautéed garlic prawns ($9.95). The kitchen serves breakfast all day, allowing both early risers and night owls a chance to sample the salmon eggs benedict ($8.50) or french toast ($4.95) distinguished by cream cheese, orange marmalade, and a charming accent. The tavern's plethora of TVs can show up to 20 sporting events at the same time, including UFC fights, while a game room beckons visitors with pool tables, darts, and arcade games.

12715 NE 124th St
Kirkland,
WA
US

Owned by a pair of married comedians, Laughs Comedy Spot draws on its owners' continent-wide comedy connections and restaurant-managing acumen to treat guests to top-rate rib ticklers and delectable food. Graciously arranged tables ensure clear views of the stage from every seat, backing up punch lines with a powerful sound system, and free, well-lit parking eases transit worries and preempts cars' fear of the dark.

12099 124th Ave NE
Kirkland,
WA
US

Antlers, wooden beer barrels, and exposed stone walls line The Lodge Sports Grille’s interior, where a bar crafted from rough-hewn wood shines like a showpiece. Behind it, custom wooden shelves stocked with top-shelf liquor and more than 70 beer taps drilled into stripped logs tempt thirsty patrons. The decidedly lodge-like feel of the restaurant spills over into the menu, which features hearty fare such as half-pound burgers, beer-battered halibut, and steaks aged for 28 days or placed in a time machine and sent 28 days into the future. Along its 40-foot solid maple bar top, patrons lounge sipping fresh, housemade sangria while viewing 60-inch flat-screen televisions which can be viewed from all angles of the house. Those eager to unwind in more natural surroundings may admire the roaring flames of The Lodge's double-sided stone fireplace during daily happy hour sessions and beyond.

107 Lake Street South
Kirkland,
WA
US