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Celebrate Drink-Up Month 2023 with these specials

Sip at a new Seattle spot or come play trivia with us.

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The SEAtoday Spritz can be found at five restaurants around town through the end of July.

Photo via General Harvest Restaurants

We hope you’ve enjoyed the very beginning of Drink Up Month, but we’re ready to get to the really fun stuff.

We compiled a list of 20+ drink specials around the Seattle area from Drink Up participants for you to tour and try out. Plus, we’ve got a very cool event planned, too.

Cheers, friends.

Meet + Greet with SEAtoday

We don’t know about you, but we think we’re pretty fun. To celebrate Drink Up Month, Gabe + Alina will be hosting a Seattle-based trivia game at Trade Winds Tavern on Thursday, July 20 at 8 p.m.

Come say hi — we’ll have prizes, a special drink, and lots of those puns you really love.

Special deals

We like drinks that come with a little extra somethin’, somethin’.

Copperworks Distilling Co. | Get 50% off a tasting flight when you mention SEAtoday or when you show this article on your phone.

The Fonte Bar | Try the F2 Martini and get a complimentary order of Belgian fries when you mention SEAtoday.

Fidélitas Wines | This month, $1 from every bottle of wine sold will go to the Yakima Valley Farmworkers Clinic.

Montinore and Landlines Estates | Be the prince of bubbly drinks with the Purple Rain mimosa (made with blackberries) — $1 from every one sold benefits the Woodinville Storehouse Food Bank.


You probably didn’t realize that your morning needed Boon Boona’s Orange Blossom Latte Today.

Photo via Boon Boona

Try something new

These Seattle-favorite spots are also jumping in on the fun with special cocktails and drinks throughout July.

Vendemmia, Autumn, Raccolto, Haymaker West Seattle, GH Pasta & Pizza Takeover at Haymaker Eastlake | These five restaurants have created the very special SEAtoday Spritz — hey, that’s our name — with vodka, elderflower, lime, and prosecco. How deliciously boozy sounding.

Boon Boona | Looking to add a little pep to your step? This local coffee chain is offering the Orange Blossom Latte Today, a mixing of orange blossom syrup, espresso, and your choice of milk.

Trade Winds Tavern | Shake it out with our trivia partner’s Dirt Off Your Shoulder drink featuring Monkey Shoulder, citrus, almonds, and California amaro.

Bruciato | Named after the Great Seattle Fire, the Summer of ’89 features Bahnez Mezcal, Fast Penny Americano Bianco, Giffard Pamplemous liqueur, lemon, and a heavy does of habanero tincture.

Sunny Hill | Grab a slice of pizza and try out Over the Falls, a cocktail made with bourbon, lemon, apricot syrup, and amaro.

Bar Solea | This restaurant’s RuBarb’s Drag Race slays with rhubarb liqueur, rhum agricole, Luxardo, lemon, and sparkling rosé.

Rough & Tumble | Seattle’s bar dedicated to women’s sports is offering a Laniberry Splash, named in honor of OL Reign player Alana Cook. It has strawberries, basil,, vodka, and soda — $2 off during happy hour.

Seabird | This Bainbridge Island restaurant is offering the Seabird Martini, made with Dolin dry vermouth, liquid shio koji, olive brine, and MSG.

Restaurant at DeLille Cellars | Try out the Basil Ramazzotti Rosato Spritz in a commemorative Woodinville Wine Country glass. The drink is made with DeLille Cellar’s new Forget-Me-Not Blanc de Blanc sparkling wine.

Rasai | The creative restaurant in Fremont would like you to come sip on it’s Summer Sour in July’s sweet heat.

Cafe Hitchcock: Bainbridge Island | Lean into those summer vibes with Island Time, a combination of Hitchcock’s infused pineapple rum mix, banana liquor, coconut cream, and lime juice.

Cafe Hitchcock: Downtown Seattle | You’ve got two choices at this location — the Strawberry and Damascus Rose Junbug Kombucha or the Boochie smoothie with pineapple, peaches, orange juice, ginger, turmeric, and Junbug Kombucha.

Poquitos | This special is just peachy — sip on the Poquitos Peach Margarita with Javelina Blanco, lime juice, and peach puree.

Gemini Room | Rewind to the beginning of summer with Gemini Season, a cocktail made with cantelope-infused vodka, grapefruit, and cantaloupe puree w/ a sugar rim.

Meliora | This restaurant that just took over the Canterbury’s former location in Capitol Hill has prepared a Meliora Mai Tai for you.

We’re still interested in expanding our list of partners, so get in touch or stay tuned for updates to this list throughout the month.

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