Brady Williams[2]

Brady Williams's City Guide

Wing Luke Museum

Photographed by Lindsay Kennedy
Photographed by Lindsay Kennedy

“This museum celebrates the rich Asian-American heritage and culture from the Northwest area. The Bruce Lee exhibit is not to be missed.” -Brady Williams

Address
719 S King St, Seattle, WA 98104
Contact
206.623.5124
http://www.wingluke.org/

Rob Roy

Photographed by Chad Pryor
Photographed by Chad Pryor

“One of the most classic establishments in town, Rob Roy makes some of the tastiest drinks in the city. On Monday, they do a special tiki-style menu that is fun and delicious.” -Brady Williams

Address
2332 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
Contact
206.956.8423
http://www.robroyseattle.com/

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Wataru

wataru

“This is hands down my favorite sushi place in the city and some of the best I’ve had outside of Japan. Kotaro-san is a master of his craft and the omakase at the chef counter is one of the best experiences to be had in Seattle.” -Brady Williams

Address
2400 NE 65th St, Seattle, WA 98115
Contact
206.525.2073
http://www.wataruseattle.com/

Montana Bar

montana

“This is super-cool spot on Capitol Hill. It’s rough around the edges in the best way, and they serve cocktails and fernet on tap.” -Brady Williams

Address
1506 E Olive Way, Seattle, WA 98122
Contact
206.327.9362
https://www.instagram.com/montanainseattle/

La Marzocco

la marzocco

“Known for their espresso machines, La Marzocco opened their first coffee bar at the famous KEXP radio station. What’s unique about the space, besides the location, is that they feature different roasters from around the world, rotating every month—from B&G in L.A. to Buna in Mexico City.” -Brady Williams

Address
472 1st Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
Contact

http://www.lamarzoccousa.com/tag/kexp/