MostBest Seattle | Wine Bars

It could take you hours to decide which wine bar is the best. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.

With more than just wine, these Seattle spots go above and beyond your average sipping experience.


Wine lovers will rejoice at the mere sight of Bottlehouse’s extensive collection. The staff is comprised of self-proclaimed “curators of wine” and run the bar much like an art gallery. Shelves upon shelves of wine line the walls and sit next to rustic displays. When the weather’s nice, the back patio often hosts live music where you can enjoy your wine and small plate snacks, too. Do a tasting while you’re here—there are also microbrews and hard ciders!

We Love To: Sit out on the patio

1416 34th Ave
(206) 708-7164


via Flickr user Tom Ipry

via Flickr user Tom Ipri

The only of its kind downtown, Purple Cafe and Wine Bar is an invigorating wine bar that caters to those with a soft spot for the finer things. They offer a massive collection of over 600 bottles from around the world. Purple Cafe has even won awards from Wine Enthusiast Magazine. Choose from glass pours, flights, or whole bottles of exquisite reds, whites, rosés, and apértifs. To pair with your wines, Purple Cafe offers artisan cheese flights.

We Love To: Indulge in an artisan cheese flight

1225 4th Ave
(206) 829-2280


via The Tasting Room

via The Tasting Room

The Tasting Room, located right in the world famous Pike Place Market, invites visitors to test some of Washington’s finest wines from Harlequin Wine Cellars, Latitude 46 North, Trevi, Willis Hall, Wineglass Cellars, and Wilridge Winery. Explore over 60 bottles with either a small pour, large pour, or a flight along with a small plate of snacks in this beautiful European-style wine cave. While you sip, play their board games and chat with the winemakers themselves.

We Love To: Come in for a themed event

1924 Post Alley
(206) 770-9463