Saddle up and head straight to this watering hole on the Hill.
Just in case you can’t get enough of the ol’ time saloon vibe or Daniel Craig’s tight-lipped Western charm in Cowboys and Aliens — you can head on over to the Hill’s newest watering hole for a classic cocktail or two at Canon Whiskey and Bitters Emporium.
Don’t expect to encounter any extraterrestrials, but do expect to sit back and enjoy one of Canon’s signature concoctions on their 100-drink menu, including beer and wine as well as a wide variety of tasty bites sure to satisfy your late night needs.
Operated by seasoned mixologist Jamie Boudreau, recently of Vancouver’s Lumiere, Canon pulls out all the stops without going overboard with that old-world vintage feel and dusky-whiskey before water ambiance.
Craving more than drinks? Canon offers delicious seasonal snacks from New York chef, Melinda Bradley, to compliment their tasty cocktails.
The ceiling to floor rich, dark wood cabinets filled with pre-Prohibition themed bottles along with classic liquors from any era promise to transport you back to your saloon swinging fantasies of the Wild Wild West (think Clint Eastwood– circa The Good, the Bad and the Ugly–with much classier beverages).
Conveniently located on 12th Avenue in the heart of the Hill, Canon will be your new stomping ground or simple old fashioned meeting place for your next round of drinks.
Canon: Whiskey and Bitters Emporium | 928 12th Ave, Seattle