New Seattle Bars in the New Year

Welcome into 2019 as we are a over a month into the new year. Were going to go ahead and name a few places that have recently opened in the last few months that you can give a try and if you like it add it to your regular spots for a few drinks.

Future Primitive Brewing: Located in White Center: ifs spot for all you beer nerds and lover of PNW breweries. This is from Ian Roberts, co-owner of Capitol Hill’s popular Pine Box and co-founder of Seattle Beer Week. So this spot shouldn’t disappoint!

Logo By Future Primitive Brewery

Logo By Future Primitive Brewery

Lucinda’s Grain Bar: Located in Ravenna: This little spot is would be considered a boutique dining and a libation spot in which its key concept is featuring grains & grain alcohol from around the world. (Now for all you gluten intolerant people they do serve gluten free). The Chef Eduardo Jordan who has come up with Salare and JuneBaby now takes this spot on for his new adventure.

Logo by Lucinda

Logo by Lucinda

The D&E: Literally meaning drink and eat and its located in Pioneer Square, just an eye shot of the Smith Tower. It was created by husband and wife Jonathan Fleming and Libby Aker. Both have years of experience in the industry and met each other working at the same bar RN47. The places checks off easy drinks with cans of Rainer and great eats like burgers and grilled wild salmon.

Logo by D&E

Logo by D&E

Blade And Timber: This beer drinking and axe throwing chain will be opening here soon. The spot is located right next to the Verizon store on Broadway. 206 Broadway E and construction is underway so it may be some time here the next month or two but we will let you know when it officially opens!

Official logo by Blade & Timber

Official logo by Blade & Timber

Fall & football, its the best time of the year!

Well Barzy fans we ware just a few days from college football kickoff and were going to give you all the best spots to root for your alma mater. And it will be in thanks to our friends at Fanwide! 


Alabama, LSU - Belltown Pub

South Carolina - Ozzies

Tennessee - Canterbury Ale house

Big Ten

Michigan State - Rien Haus

Northwestern, Wisconsin, Purdue - Belltown Pub

OSU, Penn St - Sports Restaurant and Bar

Nebraska - Ozzies

Big 12

Baylor - Henry's Tavern

Texas - Laredos Grill

West Virgina - Chieftain Irish Pub and Restaurant  


Clemson - T.S.McHugh's Irish Pub

FSU - Fado Irish Pub

Virginia Tech - Peoples Pub

North Carolina - Ballard Bar Loft and Sports Grill

Miami - Kickin Boot Whiskey Kitchen


USC, Oregon St - Jimmy's on Broadway

ASU - Olde 99 pub and St. Andrew’s

Arizona - Bills of Broadway

Washington St - Kiwi Kangaroo & Art Marble 21

UW- (Its all of Seattle, come on) 


Seattle Summer Spots

Well people, its summer time the suns out and we got you covered on some of the top spots to get some sun and some drinks. So this our top list for patio and outdoor drinking spots. 

1) Bottle House which is located in Madrona is one of Seattle's most established wine bar with rotating wine list and Froze (yes that's right slushy rosé) and small bites to enjoy with the wine.

2) Mbar located in SLU with a top deck patio view of the area. This Middle eastern, Spanish and Italian food spot also has with a vast list of intriguing cocktails and a wine list to boot.

3) The Sexton A Southern style comfort food and craft cocktails. This Ballard spot provides all the fixins with a nice outdoor patio to enjoy your summer cocktails. 

4) Kings Hardware Another Ballard spot just a block down from The Sexton, is a busy drinking hall with a saloon style atmosphere. Its gets pretty busy at night but dont let that stop you from coming in and trying one of their many burgers they have. 

5) Rooftop Brewery Across the waterway from our last two spots this Nano-brewery may be small but has quite to offer with daily food trucks, a patio and rotating beer list. So if you want a quieter brewery setting with an outdoor vibe this is the place for you.  

6) Ballard Loft Its name is where its located, its the only sports bar on the list where the grub is good as the atmosphere so if you want to watch the game and sit outside with some great pizza or sliders this should be on you list to go watch Mariners games. 

7) Laguinta's Tap Room Located in the old Hillard's brewery its same getup as Hillard's just with Laguinta's beer instead, you got snacks, live music, board games and daily food trucks its hard to beat that combo.     

8) Westward Is our only full service restaurant on here and its well deserved. You can come down for happy hour and sit in one of the beach chairs over looking Lake Union or grab a seat at the bar. The food is Mediterranean and seafood fare so its still a great spot to enjoy some drinks and small eats.    

9) 100 Pound Clam Located in SLU its a rustic bar known for its fish and chip's so its pretty chill spot to grab a beer and enjoy the patio.  

10) Populuxe Brewery Located in the Freemont area, and with recent expansion has some great outdoor seating to enjoy the beer with some daily food trucks along the way. 

11) Mezcaleria Oaxaca Our last stop is back on Capitol Hill this two story Mexican spot has for more restaurant and formal sitting downstairs, but a great rooftop bar to over look Capitol Hill main drag of pine street and see some pretty cool sunsets over Seattle. 


Well this our top list for some summer spots to check out. Let us know what you think and if we missed any of your favorite spots! Cheers





Seattle Beer Week

Hello Barzies,

Well after your liver recovers from Cinco De Mayo, starting next Thursday will be Beer Week and will go till the 20th, so 10 days of awesome Washington beer. To continue to be in the loop of what's going on you can go to and go to events to see what's going on if you want to join in on the fun or just head to your local beer establishment and drink! 




Cinco De Mayo Spots - Cap Hill

Hello Barzy fans, 

Cinco De Mayo is just around the corner and it also means summer is in full swing. So lets get started about the top places for Cinco De Drinko in the Cap Hill area!

1) The Saint -A tequila bar and taqueria located in the heart of Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. A great spot for expanding your knowledge of Tequila, just recently remolded with a bright pink façade (makes it hard to miss and their Tacos are back).

2) Mezcaleria Oaxaca - Dual restaurant and rooftop bar, which serves over 30+ Mezcals and traditional Oaxaca food. Enjoy some tasty tacos and when your done take your drink upstairs and watch the sunset over Seattle.  

3) Nacho Borracho - Slushie machines that go round and round with multiple flavors. Light food that you order in the back with and a DJ from 6pm to close.  

4) Bimbos Cantina & Cha Cha Lounge - Another dual spot on our list with Cha Cha lounge when you enter the door, where you can sit down and enjoy some food before heading down to Bimbos cantina and enjoy a disco lounge and tiki bar for your drinks.    

5) Chaves - For those who want the quieter route but a good spot I recommend Chaves its great little spot away from the beaten path of Pike/Pine cap hill, with great Tacos and cocktails.  

Well those our are top spots for you to check out this coming Saturday leave a comment about your favorite Mexican spot if its not on here and see you at the bar with a shot of tequila! 



Barzy in 2018

Hey Barzy followers,

So we currently running our Beta version of the app if you would to be apart of it, please email with your email and asking about joining our beta and we will help to get setup. 

As we continue to into the coming months we plan to add a couple of features that you want to see like nearby enabled GPS tile, updated list of events from the bar profile pages, an interactive map and few others. 

Also feel free to let us know what new bars are opening up in your area or ones that aren't on our app and we will happily get those on board into our system. 

Thanks again from TeamBarzy and cheers to the new year!




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Hello Seattle!

We are diligently working to deliver you the ultimate "social" app -- BARZY

Ourselves, disappointed and dissatisfied with the current options, strive to create a mobile platform with the ability to shuffle through the options and distill the list down to not only what we are in the mood for (be it a dive bar, sports bar... quiet night or a rowdy evening) but also, what we are going to enjoy. The trouble is, current options for finding a place to chill, just...well...don't get us. To put it plainly, "I like what I like", not necessarily what you like, "you do you".

Furthermore, in our efficiency optimized, constantly multitasking, harried mindset, we don't want to read through dozens of reviews by total strangers whose opinion, That is time wasted that would be better spent getting to our watering hole before happy hour is over!  We want our app to function as a local expert, plugged into the entire social scene, ready and able to give you the best recommendation for your night. Are you new in town? Great, BARZY will hook you up with a list of places that will match the style and scene of your hometown haunts.

Cheers, to no more wasted nights in lame bars. Get ready for BARZY, an app that is truly social. 

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