* Closed Sunday, October 31

Hours:
Tuesday - Thursday, 4 pm - 10 pm
Friday, 4 pm - 11 pm
Saturday, 1 pm -11 pm
Sunday, 3 pm - 10 pm
Closed Monday

Indoor Dining
In accordance with King County rules, patrons must present proof of Covid vaccination or a negative test within 72 hours.
A server will check proof at your table
OUTDOOR DINING is open without vaccine or testing requirements.

About The Shed

Menu

Here in the cozy shed, the specialty is whiskey and classic cocktails best consumed next to a fire-and we've got fireplaces indoors and out, for warmth and patio or bench seating to gather. 

We invite you to envision these cocktail highlights--just a sampling of our finer points that make this more of a souped-up speakeasy than a mere shed:

Sazerac Cocktail - James E. Pepper 1776 rye whiskey, Peychaud's bitters, gomme syrup, Lucid absinthe rinse, lemon zest
-1873, Thomas Handy, Sazerac Coffee House, New Orleans

Vieux Carre - Old Overholt rye, Carpano Antica Formula Vermouth, Courvoisier VS cognac, Benedictine, Angostura & Peychaud's bitters, served over large bitters-infused cube
-1938, Walter Bergeron, Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans

The Shed also features Whiskeys in the Shed specialty menus exclusively for our Whiskey Club members. Interested in partaking? Check out the Whiskey Club.

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  • * Closed Sunday, October 31

    Hours:
    Tuesday - Thursday, 4 pm - 10 pm
    Friday, 4 pm - 11 pm
    Saturday, 1 pm -11 pm
    Sunday, 3 pm - 10 pm
    Closed Monday

    Indoor Dining
    In accordance with King County rules, patrons must present proof of Covid vaccination or a negative test within 72 hours.
    A server will check proof at your table
    OUTDOOR DINING is open without vaccine or testing requirements.

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    Menu

    Here in the cozy shed, the specialty is whiskey and classic cocktails best consumed next to a fire-and we've got fireplaces indoors and out, for warmth and patio or bench seating to gather. 

    We invite you to envision these cocktail highlights--just a sampling of our finer points that make this more of a souped-up speakeasy than a mere shed:

    Sazerac Cocktail - James E. Pepper 1776 rye whiskey, Peychaud's bitters, gomme syrup, Lucid absinthe rinse, lemon zest
    -1873, Thomas Handy, Sazerac Coffee House, New Orleans

    Vieux Carre - Old Overholt rye, Carpano Antica Formula Vermouth, Courvoisier VS cognac, Benedictine, Angostura & Peychaud's bitters, served over large bitters-infused cube
    -1938, Walter Bergeron, Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans

    The Shed also features Whiskeys in the Shed specialty menus exclusively for our Whiskey Club members. Interested in partaking? Check out the Whiskey Club.

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