Perhaps Seattle's most appropriately named bar, the Hideout, situated next to a Thai restaurant on sleepy Pill Hill, is easy to miss. But inside the unmarked doors, chandeliers sparkle, and the jukebox is free. Absinthe isn't on the menu, but the Hideout's speakeasy vibe will plunge you down the rabbit hole nonetheless. Heavy drapery obscures the windows, and paintings by notable local artists are arranged salon-style on the dark red walls. And while you don't need knowledge of the art world to enjoy the ambiance, it helps when selecting specials like the “Warhol” (a cosmopolitan and a Polaroid of yourself) and the “Hemingway” (a shot of Hornitos and a bottle of Mexican beer).