Pre-gaming: the art and practice of getting drunk before you get drunk.
Seattle is home to some of the most unique and thrilling music venues in the country, but that doesn’t mean the party can’t start elsewhere. In honor of the fine ritual of pre-gaming, we’ve assembled a list of some of Seattle’s best happy hour locations, so you can party before you party.
A craft beer bar with great drunk eats all day long, Burgundian celebrates “power hour” every Monday through Friday from 3 to 6 PM, which is good for a buck off beers and wine and discounts on a special food menu.
If you’ve ever been disappointed to arrive at a “happy hour” to find its discounts and eligible menu items are few and far between, Stoneburner can cure what ails you. Their robust happy hour menu that lasts from 3 to 5 PM every day includes wine flasks, salads, cocktails, and even personal pizzas.
A Caribbean rum bar with a 5 to 6 PM happy hour every day that serves up daiquiris, cocktails, and signature rum punch. They also have $2 tacos. What’s not to like?
A charming mid-century diner on California Ave, West 5 serves up “comfort food and handcrafted cocktails” in a relaxed, retro environs. Happy hour is from 4 to 6 PM daily with deep savings to be had on a meaty portion of their menu, cocktails, wine, and more.
Seattle’s best Korean gastropub also offers a compelling happy hour selection with savings on beverages as well as favorites like bulgogi sliders and Korean fried chicken.
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