You’ll never hear a Pandora commercial suddenly blaring inside Revolver Bar but you might hear a few crackles and pops as the new E Olive Way watering hole built around records, DJs, and the people who love them adds its version of hanging out to the sloping curve of E Olive Way nightlife.
CHS welcomed the new venture backed by longtime Seattle producer and musician Gary Reynolds earlier this week with details about the music (walls lined with vinyl stacks), the food (gumbo, fried catfish), and the booze (booze!). Here’s a look inside.
Meanwhile, if you come in when a DJ isn’t working the tables, you can request one of Revolver’s thousands of vinyl albums — there’s Gary Reynolds and the Brides of Obscurity, Gary U.S. Bonds, and Gary Puckett and The Union Gap if you’re looking to build a theme — or bring in something of your own for a spin. When you want to sing along, head across the street to the Crescent.
Revolver is at 1514 E Olive Way and is open 4 PM to 2 AM seven days a week. You can learn more at revolverbarseattle.com.