Beer, Wine & Spirits in SeaTac


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  • Bj's Restaurant and Brewery
    The premier destination for terrific pizza and good pub food, Bj's Restaurant and Brewery in Tukwila is one of the area's highest-rated restaurants. It's a popular restaurant for guests interested in incredible food. Thanks to its outdoor seating, the restaurant is a fantastic option when the Pacific Northwest weather cooperates. There's no particular required attire, so feel free to dress comfortably. Also, though the price can be a bit higher than average, the experience here is definitely what you pay for. For those who are interested, the menu does feature gluten-free items and it's been tabbed as a nice option for both families with children and large groups. If you're in a hurry, you can always take advantage of the convenient take-out menu. Or, if you just want to stop by for a beverage, the restaurant has a good selection at its bar. A good option for both lunch and dinner, Bj's Restaurant and Brewery is always a good choice to satisfy your next munchies craving. Visitors to the restaurant have access to a private lot and a parking garage nearby. Prefer to pedal your way there? Bicycle parking is also offered.
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    1159 Southcenter Mall
    Tukwila, WA US
  • Elliott Bay Brewhouse and Pub
    Five Things to Know About Elliott Bay Brewhouse and Pub Maybe it was fate that brought the team behind Elliott Bay Brewhouse and Pub together. Future owners Todd Carden and Brent Norton were working at Maritime Pacific Brewing Co. when they met, as was future head brewer Doug Hindman. On July 11, 1997, the trio decided to venture out on their own. Read on to learn more about their burgeoning brewing empire: The pub has two sister locations. They’re in Lake City and West Seattle, and if you connect all three points on a map the outline looks suspiciously like a triangle. Most of the beer begins with the same foundation. The brewmasters start with organic malt for all of their year-round beers and most of their seasonal recipes. Brewing happens twice a week. The original West Seattle brewery churns out 200 gallons, while the Burien brewery produces 300. Both batches rest in cellaring tanks for four weeks before reaching your glass. The process results in seven year-round beers. These include the No Doubt Stout and the Luna Weizen, an American-style wheat beer made with organic malt imported from Germany. This commitment to sustainability extends well beyond beer. The pub menu features free-range chicken and all-natural beef, as well as buns baked with spent grains from the breweries.
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    255 SW 152nd St
    Burien, WA US
  • Ram Restaurant and Brewery
    For a casual environment and scrumptious American food, stop by Ram Restaurant and Brewery. Foods low in fat are not on hand here, though, so get ready to loosen your belt buckle. The bar at Ram Restaurant and Brewery is fully stocked, so pair your meal with a glass of wine or beer. The whole family can enjoy a meal at Ram Restaurant and Brewery with its kid-friendly fare. The patio tables outside of Ram Restaurant and Brewery are the perfect spot for a summer meal. Access the Internet free of charge via Ram Restaurant and Brewery's complimentary wifi. Those with sensitive ears may want to stay away from this restaurant, though, as it can get quite loud. Great place to bring the whole family with great food and a business casual dress code. Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too. Patrons will love the number of street and lot parking options close to Ram Restaurant and Brewery. Ram Restaurant and Brewery offers parking for all diners, including those who travel by bike. A night out here can be a bit pricey, so prepare to shell out a bit more.
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    512 Ramsay Way
    Kent, WA US
  • Six Arms
    Six Arms: A User’s Guide Northwest-Style Pub Food | Craft Beer Flights | Locally Sourced Ingredients | Dog-Friendly Patio A Taste Cajun-seasoned tater tots with peppercorn ranch Wild Wil’s Jumbo Deluxe burger with bacon, Tillamook cheddar, and a fried egg Alehouse Fish and Chips with wild Alaskan cod and buttermilk coleslaw What to Drink McMenamins High Gravity ales Brewery Taster with a Hammerhead, Ruby, Terminator, IPA, seasonal brew, and brewer’s choice Whiskey flight with Hogshead, White Dog, and Monkey Puzzle Where to Sit: Grab a table near the floor-to-ceiling picture windows that recall the building’s early days as an automotive showroom. When to Go: during one of two happy hours, which take place every day from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. to close While You’re Waiting Check out the pipe sculptures and taxidermied crows beneath McMenamins’ largest collection of chandeliers. Learn where the pub got its name by studying the six-armed Hindu-idol statue situated on the back wall. Inside Tips They allow leashed pets on the patio. This policy is perfect for dog owners—not so much for giraffe wranglers. Gluten-free buns are available upon request. Grab some beer to go by ordering a mason jar or half-gallon growler. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: See art inspired by Star Wars, War of the Worlds, and other pop-culture staples at Ltd. Art Gallery (307 E Pike Street) After: Catch an independant play such as Urinetown at Balagan Theatre (1524 Harvard Avenue)
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    300 E Pike St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Elliott Bay Public House and Brewery
    Five Things to Know About Elliott Bay Public House & Brewery Elliott Bay Public House & Brewery is the third and newest location in the Elliott Bay Brewing Company family. It opened some 15 years after company owners Todd Carden and Brett Norton established the original location in 1997. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when you visit this popular Lake City destination. The kitchen incorporates beer into the food. Favorites include the cherry-stout-barbecue elk burger, which also features caramelized onions and a house sauce. More than a dozen gourmet burgers anchor the menu. However, you can substitute the Black Angus beef with a number of other healthy options, including house-marinated portabella-mushroom caps, ground turkey, or vegetarian patties. The buns are baked fresh. Not only that, they’re made from spent grain from the company’s breweries. This is just a small example of Elliott Bay’s sustainability efforts. Kids are welcome. Just because the word “brewery” is in the restaurant’s name doesn’t mean tykes are out of luck. In fact, they have their own menu full of pint-size eats. It can get loud at times. Between the music and a seating capacity of 250 guests, this is not the best place to read a book while eating.
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    12537 Lake City Way NE
    Seattle, WA US
  • Sodo Spirits
    Shochu, a calorically-light grain alcohol popular for hundreds of years in Japan, isn't very well known in the states. Sodo Spirits Distillery aims to change that. The distillery ferments Shochu in small batches, the way it was done in Japan back in the 1600s, with one small exception—Sodo handcrafts their version of "Japanese Moonshine" from local ingredients. Distillers combine pearled Barley from Washington's eastern fields with Koji fungus—the key traditional ingredient—to create the alcohol's signature flavor. Then, they dress up the mixture with field grown herbs and spices, such as fresh spearmint and fresh ginger. With a clear color and smooth finish, it makes an ideal mixer in fruity drinks or the ideal filling for the Hemingway Society's office water cooler. Business Basics Cuisine Type: Shochu: most popular alcohol in Japan Established: 2009 Reservations: Not offered Handicap Accessible: No Parking: Parking lot Most popular offering: Rosemary and/or Ginger Outdoor Seating: No
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    2228 Occidental Ave S,
    Seattle, WA US

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