Relive the Prohibition Era in this incredible speakeasy!
The glamourous speakeasies are famous for their mysterious vibes and perfect ambiance. Prohibition certainly made an impression on some Seattle bars. Needle and Thread is one of those places you have to visit at least once!
Back in 1832, The Pioneer Inn and Tavern Law legalized drinking in public bars and saloons, where craft cocktails thrived during the Golden Age. In 1919 Volstead Act almost destroyed the craft of the American bartender, prohibiting the production and distribution of alcoholic beverages, that’s when speakeasies began to appear.
Nowadays we can relish on those Prohibition memories and craft incredible cocktails from old bar manuals.
Needle and Thread is a must-visit place. This incredible speakeasy is hidden behind a bank vault door above the Tavern Law restaurant, where you can enjoy a moody ambiance in an intimate space.
Don’t expect a drink menu, this place proud itself for creating exclusive drinks designed for each patron. The bartender will usually make some recommendations or ask your preferences in order to create your particular cocktail.
When: Open on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 5 pm to 11 pm.
Reservations: Required, and can only be made up to 7 days in advance.