Seattle >Marcus' Martini Heaven
Martini Heaven alright. Have been coming here on and off for the last 6 months, but they have a new Vodka called Gomi and they are making an awesom Martini with that. Not sure how it compares with the others, but they whip up some really, really good Martinis.
Martini' Love. I've been going here for 5 years! It only keeps getting better, a place to lounge or a place to mingle what ever mood you are in. Missing "my" Blow Fish, remembering him! We will have to get to know the new little guy in the tank! :0)
Martini Heaven!. This place sets the romantic moods in romantic moods. I love the atmospere of this heaven abode. Try all the martini you can handle and every now and then, a man selling lillies will come in buy some, they smell great next to a sour apple martini.
Divine Quiet Happy Hour Cave.
This place is truly divine. It is nice and quiet, dark and the music is ambient and a bit gothic. It is teeny tiny so I wouldn't recommend going on the weekend but for a weekday happy hour it's great. Take your loved one and cozy up in a small nook either at a table or one of the comfy leather or velvet sofas. The food is delicious for being so cheap and the drinks are killer. The bartender is nice and friendly, no pretention like a lot of the other local happy hour haunts. There isn't a huge selection of vodka which is a bit surprising considering it is a martini bar...but the atmosphere is definitely worth the short list.
I just hope this place doesn't become trendy!
If you want a martini, this is your place.. Romantically lit, great vibe, huge martini menu. Usually a friendly and good looking staff and crowd. I consider this to be a nice escape from the mainstay of Pioneer Square. As a personal bonus, cell phone phone reception is bad because the bar is in the basement, so not to many people are yabbering away on their phones while I'm enjoying my drink.
Hidden Coctail Heaven.
Martinis were superb, all their colors and subtle special tastes. Service is excellent over the weekend and very good during the week. It seems the bar is made of two contradictory worlds - one of a lounge with acquaria and the other with goth-like brick walls with romantic candles placed on top... Don't fear the darker part - it will surprise you with its warmth and intimate feel.
The artists behind the bar know exactly what suits you. I always stick with L's recommendation. You can find her there on the weekends.
Nice Ambiance, Poor Service, Bad Martinis!. Love the space / ambiance, feels more like an NYC or SF bar. Music is superb! The bartenders were very unfriendly and the martinis were the WORST I've ever had!
This is an interesting bar that you need to go to just to say you've been. Interesting art work and atmosphere along with a long list of Martini's makes this a nice place to stop by for a drink before heading to dinner.
My cautions: The last two times I've been there the bartender was less than friendly and I wouldn't reccommend the food.
The location is hard to visualize as a HOT SPOT. However, once you go downunder and within the dark you can find your groove. The bartenders Mandy and Leah and awesome and very hot. The drinks are hefty and made to give you that relaxing feeling of alcohol very quickly.
Nice place to mingle and meet a friend. The food is ok. Definetely, do not go during the weekend expecting to find seating space. During the week there is plenty of space.
New York Style Underbelly. This cool club is underground with an almost "have to know about it" feel. Big drinks with a menu board for those who don't quite know what they want (inexperienced drinkers). Last time I was here I don't remember leaving.... Be careful.
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