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Copper Gate - CLOSED

Map & Directions 6301 24th Ave. N.W.
Seattle, WA 98107
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206-706-3292
  • Bar Food, European
  • Daily 5pm-12am
  • All Major Credit Cards, cash
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner
  • Beer/Wine
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • No Parking

Description

Seattle Weekly's Description

It's hard to describe Copper Gate without sounding like a surrealist letch. So here goes: Viking-ship bar with naked-lady "sail" and Swedish menu. Once you've finished looking at all the velvet paintings of nudies and inspected the men's bathroom, you can return to the bar for glasses of aquavit-the housemade version with fennel, saffron, and horseradish is quite good-and Swedish eats. The kitchen's a little inconsistent, but generally reliable when it comes to pickled fish, dill-dusted fries, gravlax and Swedish meatballs. European ciders and beers are also available.

 
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  • Seattle Met on 11/10/11

    Aquavit cocktails, a viking-ship-shaped bar pinned with antique pornography photos, and dill-flecked French fries: a few of our favorite things at this oddball Scandinavian spot in Ballard.

  • The Seattle Times on 05/19/10

    The spot for aquavit, the traditional Scandinavian spirit. Served here with big tapas-style plates. Swedish meatballs are popular, too. Just don't miss dill fries w/ curry ketchup. Happy hour: 5-7

  • Christopher D. on 01/22/10

    Aquavit.

  • Dyna M. on 09/10/11

    Last call at 11:30 on a Friday.

  • Seattle Met on 03/09/11

    Aquavit cocktails, a viking-ship-shaped bar pinned with antique pornography photos, and dill-flecked French fries: a few of our favorite things at this oddball Scandinavian spot in Ballard.

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