5 Dog-Friendly Seattle Liquor Stores

Doggo can’t hold his licker? Well at these Seattle liquor stores, he doesn’t have to! Bless staff and patrons alike with your pup’s presence while you browse the aisles for the pawfect spirits at these 5 dog-friendly Seattle liquor stores. Note: All liquor stores are operating safely under Washington COVID guidelines.

1. Northwest Liquor

Northwest Liquor boasts the largest liquor and cold beer selection on Capitol Hill alone, and they specialize in stocking spirits from Pacific Northwest distilleries. For the Beer Guys, Northwest Liquor has eight taps ready to go at any time (and Sundays are $2 off growler fills!) 

2. Downtown Spirits

You’ll never guess which neighborhood of Seattle Downtown Spirits is located in (excuse our total dog dad joke)! Its central location is huge, especially given one of their more popular services offered…delivery! If you and pupper want to browse in person instead, that’s more than fine. If you fancy yourself a boozehound connoisseur, check out their CO-OP program, in which  an annual membership gets you unlimited free deliveries, 5-15% off all items, and exclusive access to limited product releases. Cheers!

3. Greenwood Liquor

2,830 products + 60-minute delivery guarantee = 1 happy hooman. But getting to sniff out the aisles and be admired by staff and patrons = an even happier pup.  If you and doggo are extra fancy, Greenwood Liquor is especially known for their rare spirits.

4. Total Wine

Seattle’s home to three Total Wines–Interbay, Bellevue and Northgate–and all are dog-friendly! If you’ve ever been to a Total Wine, then you know you’re sure to find everything you could possibly want (and at least three new things to try) whilst there. They also offer online ordering with curbside pickup or free delivery.

5. Bev-Mo

Another beverage industry titan, this chain loves dogs and isn’t afraid for you to know it! Not only are their stores dog-friendly (and we have three in the area: Ballard, Bellevue, and Redmond), but 100 percent of the proceeds from weekly wine and beer tastings (ya know, before COVID and hopefully in AC times) are donated to The Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County. Win for mom with a glass of Carbarknay and win for floof with a donation to his rescue brethren? We couldn’t love it more. 

Which of these dog-friendly Seattle liquor stores is your dog’s favorite? Let us know in the comments and share with a fren who ruvs a bevvie!

Featured photo: Britt Thorson

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