I drank this on Capitol Hill: Boozy Hot Cocoa at Oddfellows

Oddfellows was a warm, inviting space, on a cold Capitol Hill day. Morgan, a well known face behind the bars of Pettirosso and the Unicorn, has been managing the restaurant since August. When she’s not keeping things moving at Oddfellows, she is an artist, a writer, and a screenprinter. The drink of choice was the Boozy Hot Cocoa made with a standard pour of Powers Irish Whiskey, house made chocolate syrup, and house made marshmallows. After mixing the liquids slowly, the marshmallows are heated, placed on top, and covered with a dusting of chocolate. Continue reading

I drank this on Capitol Hill: Cafe Pettirosso’s Chill Pill

Roxy is a newer addition to 11th Ave’s Pettirosso. Working as a bartender since June, they are already adding drinks to the menu. While new to Pettirosso, Roxy has plenty of Hill experience — at First Hill’s Hideout and Vito’s.

When Roxy isn’t developing new cocktails, they work as an artist, both as a costume designer, and, recently, as a woodworker. Continue reading

I drank this on Capitol Hill: Linda’s Old Fashioned

Joey Atkins, a bartender at Linda’s Tavern, is originally from Cincinnati and has been back in Seattle for three years. When he’s not slinging drinks, he’s playing guitar, riding his skateboard, or watching horror movies.

Atkins’s favorite drink to make at Linda’s is the Old Fashioned. “It’s one of those staple drinks. We don’t do anything fancy, but it’s a good in-between for this place if you want something different, but not too bougie.” Continue reading