If you need a good excuse to break out the babysitter, Seattle Magazine will give you one. This week it’s all about a little speakeasy you are absolutely missing out on. The Backdoor At Roxy’s will transport you out of the dreary winter of Seattle and into a warm, beautifully lit bar that’s easy to cozy up to. Chat over delicious food and adult beverages and revel in an evening without the kiddos.
The room’s feel is theatrical, yet intimate. The high wooden ceilings are decked with antique chandeliers and window frames suspended in midair. The VIP room is donned with floor-to-ceiling red velvet curtains. Great for dates, a casual cocktail or even a bros’ night out (all-you-can-eat ribs on Sundays, $18.95), it’s a revolving door for food-industry folks, sophisticated 20-somethings and locals.
Several budget-friendly, à la carte items to conquer any appetite: The shoestring onions are addictive ($3.50), as are the buttery jalapeño poppers, corn cakes topped with roasted sweet pepper and a spicy jalapeño-bacon-cheese blend ($5.95). Roxy’s famous hot pastrami is also on the menu, with stone-ground mustard, served on a baked caraway roll ($8.95).
Keep reading to find out about The Backdoor’s drinks and bathroom situation (because what’s a review without the down low on the bathrooms? Thanks Seattle Magazine!).
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