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Poco Wine Room

Map & Directions 1408 E. Pine St.
Seattle, WA 98122
  • American
  • Daily 4pm-2am
  • All Major Credit Cards, cash
  • Multi-Level, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Vegetarian Friendly, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Late Night
  • Beer/Wine
  • Not Accepted
  • Street


Seattle Weekly's Description

A cozy, two-story wine bar with clean, sophisticated architecture and soft lighting, Poco Wine Room in Capitol Hill begs to be discovered. This spot is the perfect place to catch up with an old friend over a sampling of wines and good food, including the mac and cheese. The bar downstairs gets crowded with well-groomed men just off work, while couples tuck into more intimate seating in the loft space upstairs. Wherever you choose to settle, Poco prides itself on its selection of local wines: The majority of its offerings hail from Washington and Oregon, including several unusual varietals you might not find elsewhere. For those who'd rather taste their way around a wine list rather than committing to a whole bottle, half of Poco's 40-bottle wine list is available by the glass. You won't find a full meal here, though you could fill your belly with a series of small plates.

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  • Morgan L. on 12/18/09

    Eat the trufffled Mac and Cheese. Eat it!

  • Chris P. on 09/20/10

    Say hi to Jonezy and make sure B-Dub is here to close the patio!

  • Bill C. on 08/05/10

    This is a place to try new things especially their local wine selections which are usually gems not found in your regular grocery store. Be sure to engage the friendly staff for recommendations.

  • Brian W. on 10/06/09

    have the pasta... support my ravioli fetish. The more you order, the more they'll have it on the menu!!

  • Ryan D. on 10/11/11

    Some of their servers are the absolute cutest.

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