Weekend Wanderings: A Downtown Seattle Holiday Staycation
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The Outlier in Seattle is another following suit. “Ultimately, the restaurant industry as a whole has a responsibility to encourage sustainability and provide a platform for change, and removing straws is just one step closer to making the earth a little more healthy,” General Manager Brian McFarland said.
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It’s never too early to start partying. Outlier is opening at 7am on parade day and will have frozen cocktails, a live DJ, karaoke, and their full brunch menu available. Make reservations to ensure you can get a prime spot for watching the parade.
06-15-2018 | Thrillist Seattle
Forty-four years ago, the highlight of Seattle's first ever Gay Pride Week was a picnic in Pioneer Square attended by 200 people. Today, PrideFest attracts as many as 50,000 people to Seattle Center and Capitol Hill, as well as events across the city. What started as a protest has become a victory celebration and a testament to the progress made toward LGBTQ freedom and equality.
06-12-2018 | Liquor.com
This Seattle restaurant gives a nod to the city’s beer scene with multiple art installations touting bottle caps, a 12th Man beer can wall and a Jimmy Hendrix mural. The bar top was designed by Julie Coyle Art Associates using recycled caps from many Washington breweries and was even part of a Hoppy Holiday contest for guests to guess the exact number of caps. “It took a lot of dedicated drinking from the team to provide all of those beer caps!” says general manager Brian McFarland.
05-30-2018 | Restaurant Hospitality
Smoking is a relatively simple method of adding robust flavor to meat, which explains why smoked meat continues to be a big trend on menus.
05-09-2018 | Biz Bash
This royal engagement-inspired cocktail called the Princess and the Tea was created by lead bartender John Walter at Outlier in Seattle and features creme de violette from two flower breeds, including the “Queen Charlotte” blossom, and chamomile syrup, which is a nod to the British love of tea. It’s served in a teacup with saucer.
05-08-2018 | Dallas News
At the bar or firepit at Kimpton Hotel Monaco's Outlier, produce-forward cocktails include the Sasquatch, in which butternut squash syrup accents bourbon.
03-22-2018 | OpenTable Blog
Gin lovers who also can’t resist a strong ale will be tempted by head bartender John Walter’s boozy Belgian Buzz, a cocktail that is poured with Beefeater Gin, honey coriander syrup, lemon juice, Duvel Belgian Ale, and an orange peel garnish.
03-21-2018 | Cheers
Vodka never really goes out of style. Right now, it’s even making a comeback of sorts as the white spirit works its way back onto cocktail menus in bars and restaurants across the country.
03-06-2018 | Seattle Magazine
Outlier, formerly Sazerac, has found success with its approach to global foods since opening in March 2017. The restaurant’s Oscars party will have its own version of the Hollywood red carpet experience, so dress to impress.
02-28-2018 | Restaurant Insider
This year’s viewing party at Outlier in Seattle is a night of dressed-to-impress glitz with a red carpet, photographer, live DJ, multiple viewing screens and Oscars-themed cocktails, while 100 percent of ticket sales goes to local non-profit partner FareStart to provide solutions to homelessness, joblessness, poverty and hunger.
02-15-2018 | OpenTable Blog
Lead bartender John Walter created this drink as an homage to the Bushwick Country Club in Brooklyn, which invented the pickle back.