The first three nights of the Seattle World Tour are in the books. With two nights to go, we are setting you up with our top Seattle restaurants to grub at to finish your week-long party binge.
Seattle Restaurants 2018
The SWT hits Barboza on the hill Friday, January 12, starting at 7 pm. With all three spots located less than a block from the venue, you can hit all three for the ultimate pre-game!
The obvious place to start would be Bimbos, with a daily happy hour from 3pm-7pm, it’s sure to be a place to get you primed for the night. You’ll be doing yourself a disservice if you don’t get their stoner nachos.
You should also hit Big Mario’s for some slappin’ pizza while you’re out. Open until 2 am, and located a block from the venue, what’s not to love about a fat slice of ‘za to cure the munchies!
Already nice and lit before heading out? Hit up Bok a Bok for some bomb Korean style fried chicken and sammies. Their kimchi mac and cheese is oddly delicious! You won’t need to go far as it’s literally in the same building as the venue.
The Seattle World Tour wraps up at The Royal Room on Saturday, January 12, with the show starting at 8:30 pm.
If you’re in the neighborhood how can you not hit the historic Columbia City Ale House? Located half of a block from the venue, with “splendid food, and traditional ales,” they will be sure to get you going for the night. Their Red Ruben Sandwich is the truth!
Also located just down the block, Lottie’s Lounge mixes up some delicious cocktails to start your night. With an intriguingly unique menu you’re bound to stumble upon something your taste buds are dripping for.
Island Soul, a Caribbean-inspired joint, is another must before hitting the show. Their Jerk Chicken with a side of Soul Slaw will give you those tropical vibes. Make sure to hit up their rum bar to get you feelin’ right!
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