Dining out spares people from using up the last of their paper plates or incinerating the last of their paper ovens. Reduce your disposable cookware footprint with today's Groupon to Pintxo. Choose from the following options:
- For $15, you get $30 worth of tapas and drinks for two on Friday or Saturday.
- For $15, you get $35 worth of tapas and drinks for two on Sunday–Thursday.
- For $25, you get $50 worth of tapas and drinks for four on Friday or Saturday.
- For $25, you get $55 worth of tapas and drinks for four on Sunday–Thursday.
At Pintxo, pals can sip a cocktail or a glass of wine while feasting on individual plates of meat and cheese in a Spanish-inspired tapas bar that has earned praise from the Stranger and the Seattle Times. Dinner diners can coil waiting tongues around the bacon-wrapped dates stuffed with goat cheese ($4) pulled from the menu's selection of pintxos—a traditional snack typically eaten in bars or stored in cheek pouches for later consumption. The meat and cheese plate explores the flavors of pastoral Spain, including jamón serrano and chorizo, as well as valdeon and manchego cheese ($15). Pair a trio of quail eggs on toast ($7) with a hand-crafted thyme-infused cocktail of vodka, lemon, and sugar ($10) from the bar, or toast fellow nightlife adventurers with a heady glass of Spanish wine ($5–$8) before embarking on an all-night game of Candy Land.
Located in the bustling heart of Belltown, Pintxo stays open until midnight seven nights a week, making it ideal for preparty gatherings. The bar’s outdoor seating area, hung with lights, promotes festive eating and drinking, and indoors, the rotating panorama of canvases by local artists sparks conversation or actually floods the premises in raw emotion.
Pintxo’s chefs commit to using food harvested locally, transforming ingredients into Spanish-inspired dishes flavored with herbs and spices. Until midnight each night, diners nibble on small plates such as baby octopus or bacon-wrapped dates with goat cheese. Beyond tapas, the menu also boasts specially marinated beef and chicken skewers as well as raciones such as seared NY steak and pan roasted Arctic char filets. Dinner is served Sunday-Thursday, 5-10 p.m. and on Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 12 a.m.
Perhaps more extensive than the menu is the drink list, which tops off a selection of domestic and international wines and beers with classic and specialty cocktails. The mixed drinks cull international flavors; raw sugar sweetens Brazilian caipirinhas, red wine mixes up with Mexican Coca-Cola, and crème de cassis infuses the eatery’s eponymous margaritas.
2207 2nd Ave.
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