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11 Seattle spots to get refreshing boozy slushies

Stay frosty, my friends.

Ridgewood Bottle and Tap has frosés all day.

Ridgewood Bottle and Tap is rocking frosés all day.

Photo by @ridgewood_bottle_and-tap

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Feeling a bit toasty in all of this new, warm air? We scouted out some of the best boozy slushies around town — from classic margs and tropical concoctions to frosés all day.

Here’s how to cool down as the mercury rises:

Late-night freezes

  • Bait Shop | Feeling tropical? Check out the nautical bar’s painkiller + fill up with a crunchy fried chicken sandwich.
  • Navy Strength | Travel to this tropical bar for drinks like the Saint-Martin slushie featuring Clairin, papaya, pineapple, lime, coconut cream, and maple.
  • Dreamland | A brunch fave, this place has two flavors on tap: the chai slush and the baja explosion.

Daytime pick-me-ups

  • Ridgewood Bottle and Tap | This family- and dog-friendly spot features a popular frozen rosé + an assortment of rotating sour slushies — and they let you bring in whatever snacks suit your fancy.
  • Rachel’s Ginger Beer | So many flavors to choose from. Try a Pink Guava Moscow Mule or a Boozy Float with creamy soft serve. There are non-boozy options, too.
  • Shug’s Soda Fountain & Ice Cream | Head to Pike Place Market to try Shug’s Prosecco Float —a glass of bubbly filled with your sorbet flavor of choice + topped with a cherry, of course.
  • Olmstead | This Capitol Hill hangout offers a mango frosé slushie that includes coconut and pineapple to really seal the deal — music to our tastebuds.

Margs, mules + more

  • Red Star Taco | Try this brunch spot’s variety of frozen margaritas with flavors like mango, hibiscus, and lime.
  • Milk Drunk | The mellow spot known for fried chicken sandwiches also offers a frozen cucumber mojito and guava margarita.

Pairing cold drinks + bites

  • Jude’s Old Town | Sip on a slush spiked with your spirit of choice and blended with fresh juices.
  • Bottlehouse | Summer picnic, anyone? Try the frosé alongside an elegant charcuterie board.
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