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Events & Specials

View the upcoming Seattle events at Six Seven Restaurant and enjoy something on the edge - every day.

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This Month's Band Line-Up

Six Seven Lounge - Where Edgy hip meets Seattle
Six Seven Restaurant & Lounge Calendar (Call for info 206-269-4575)

APRIL

4/6

Marina Christopher Trio

4/7

Caety Sagoian

4/13

Alex Britton Band

4/14

Cody Ray

4/20

Caety Sagoian

4/21

Leah T & The Baked Goods

4/27

Alex Britton Band

4/28

General Mojos



LOCAL VOCALS

Leah T& The Baked Goods
Leah Tousignant is bound to dazzle any audience with her smooth vocals, funky piano chops, and irresistible charm. Leah T has spent much of her life in the Twin Cities honing her craft as a uniquely creative singer/songwriter. Her many years spent studying the piano has transformed her into a dynamic solo performer as well as a magnetic front woman. Throughout 2014, she put a great deal of her efforts into debuting her first full-length album, Love and Other Green Things. The album is a quirky and charming release filled with imaginative lyricism, playful melodies, and groovy beats. After calling St. Paul, MN her home for 24 years, Leah T made the decision to move towards the Pacific coast and has been diving head first into the Seattle music scene since 2015. While still pursuing her solo project, she was quickly scooped up by a number of local bands; namely Fine Prince, a sunny indie pop band formed during a state of reverie in the damp foggy grey that is Seattle, WA. Leah T is constantly seeking ways grow as a musician and chase inspiration. She has the unique ability to make an impact on most every person she encounters by simply being one of the most amicable gals you could ever meet. While she is uncertain about what her next grand adventure will be or where her current endeavors will take her, it is clear that Leah is a talent worthy of keeping track of as her career is only just beginning to unfold.


Caety Sagoian
Caety has been acting and performing since she was twelve. A graduate of Seattle’s Cornish College of the Arts, you can see Caety performing regularly at the Seattle Children’s Theater. You may also have heard her voice-over work in various places, including the voice of Bowser Jr. in seven of Nintendo’s popular Mario Bros games. Caety also has a voice-over and on-camera spot with the PBS show Biz Kid$ and has appeared on KING 5 television’s “the 206? this past year with Pat Cashman and John Keister.


Alex Britton
Hailing from England, Alex is a guitarist singer/songwriter and has been playing around the Seattle area for the last 4 years. After showing a keen interest in the guitar at the age of 8, he began his musical journey with classical training and gradually transitioned into more modern styles. Pursuing a performance based career in music, he played with his band The Voodoos at the MTV EMA awards 2011 in Belfast to a crowd of 16,000 and thereafter toured Spain, Germany, Ireland, and 3 national tours of the US. The Alex Britton band covers many genres of music, and artists new to old, with a particular interest in the classic rock and contemporary rock bracket. The California-bred songstress graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and honed her craft overseas in Sweden for a number of years before finding her way to New York City, where she regularly performed at hot spots such as B.B. King's Blues Club in Times Square, as well as the famed Harlem jazz club, Lenox Lounge. She also could be found bringing her own special style to the stage during open mic nights on the Upper West Side at Ashford & Simpson's Sugar Bar, and wowing the packed crowds at celebrated gay clubs such clubs like O.W. Bar and Hannah's. For the last several years, Vida has called the Pacific Northwest home. She’s performed at Columbia City Theater, Seattle HEMPFEST, Critical Sun Radio, as well El Corazón. In 2015, one of her own songs was featured in an episode of the Emmy-nominated crime drama, Justified.


Cody Ray and The New Favorites
Cody Ray & The New Favorites are a Neo-Soul/R&B Rock-Funk infused power trio and duo, drawing from the early roots of soul, rhythm and blues, with influences of rock, jazz, and even grunge. Cody Ray Raymond, lead singer/songwriter and guitar player and his group are dynamically oriented, moving effortlessly through sultry sweet sounds to bouncing grooves, sometimes all in one song. This retro group is on their way to revitalizing soul music with the utmost passion and excitement.


Marina Christopher Trio

MARINA CHRISTOPHER is a versatile, up and coming artist in the Seattle music scene. Her skill, cheery nature and work ethic continue to keep Marina busy as a freelance bassist in many musical styles. Marina is also an accomplished vocalist, earning a spot as a finalist in the 2017 Seattle-Kobe Female Jazz Vocalist contest and performing at Dimitriou's Jazz Alley, and a special mention at the same event in 2018. Marina was born in Seattle, Washington. She began playing the electric bass at age 11 and began playing the upright bass a year later. She grew up listening to her father play jazz and boogie woogie at the piano. This opened Marina up to wide range of music at a young age. Marina has shared the stage with performers such asMeklit Hadero, Eugenie Jones, and Billy Brandt. She is currently a regular member of the musical groups Scarlet Parke, The Bad News Botanists, Winding Hearts,Jerett Samples and Leah T and The Baked Goods. Marina was a founding member of the Mo Jam Mondays at the Nectar Lounge, and has since been the featured artist several times. Marina's original tune "Self Love" was featured on Mo' Jam Mondays on Band in Seattle. Singing and song-writing have become Marina's most recent musical endeavor. On March 14, 2015, she released her self-titled EP, which showcases her talents. She sings and writes in a style that seamlessly blends jazz and pop, and her voice is something all her own. Marina released her full length record, "Must Love Cats", on September 2, 2016.

Special Events

WHISKEY MIXER– April 22nd, 6pm

Kentucky, meet Washington! Woodinville Whiskey Co. meet Six Seven Restaurant & Lounge!

Whiskey is only as good as the ingredients that make it, and as third generation family farmers, the Omlin family knows a thing or two about growing the best corn, rye, and wheat in Washington State. Woodinville Whiskey Co. brings the grains back to their Woodinville distillery where they are milled, mashed, fermented and distilled entirely by hand. It takes time. But most good things do.

Join us for a very special evening featuring the Whiskey’s of Woodinville Whiskey Co., April 22nd, 6pm. The award winning selected spirits will be perfectly paired with the culinary wonders created by Executive Chef Jesse Souza. For more information and reservations contact 206- 269-4575. Seating is limited, reservations and advance purchase required. Call 206-269-4575 for information and reservations.

Featured Libations

Six Seven Restaurant and Lounge is proud to partner with the finest wineries. Every month Six Seven will showcase extraordinary wines from around the Pacific Northwest. For April, we present Chateau Ste. Michelle Family of Wines to enjoy by the glass or by the bottle.

2017”Le Fervent” Rose, Costieres de Nimes, France 13 glass /52 bottle

The term “Fervent” is defined as “having intensity of spirit, feeling and enthusiasm,” in apt description of winemakers Michel Gassier’s passion for Syrah. Le Fervent is produced in Costieres de Nimes, the southern-most appellation of the Rhone Valley nestled on the shores of the Mediterranean, and is sourced from some of the coolest vineyard sites of the southern Rhone, thanks to the strong maritime influence.


2016 “Borne of Fire” Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley 15 glass/60 bottle

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Borne of Fire has laid claim to a new land affectionately referred to as “The Burn.” From a rugged terrain where agriculture was scarce to where present Cabernet Sauvignon grapes grow mighty, Borne of Fire plows ahead and defies the odds.


2016 “Intrinsic” Red Blend, Columbia Valley 16 glass/64 bottle

This wine opens with refined notes of raspberry, white tea leaves, a hint of fresh mint and lavender. The flavors are layered with milk chocolate, fig reduction, dark plum and licorice root, and the texture is angular, yet sophisticated, with chocolate ganache details in the finish.

About Chateau Ste. Michelle Family of Wines:
Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, located outside of Seattle, Washington, has a long and distinguished history that dates back to 1934. Wines under the Ste. Michelle label were first introduced in 1967, and since that time the company has expanded its vineyard holdings to more than 3,700 acres in Washington and California. Today the Washington portfolio includes Chateau Ste. Michelle, Columbia Crest, Northstar, Spring Valley Vineyards, Col Solare, Domaine Ste. Michelle, Red Diamond, Snoqualmie and 14 Hands. The company also owns Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars (with Italy’s Antinori family), Conn Creek and Villa Mt. Eden in the Napa Valley of California, and Erath, in Dundee, Oregon. In 2006, Ste. Michelle Wine Estates became the exclusive U.S. importer for the acclaimed Antinori wine company of Italy and Chile’s Haras wines, for Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte of France in 2009 and for New Zealand’s Villa Maria Estate in 2010.


Featured Cocktails

Broken Branch /15
Knob creek bourbon, cinzano “1757” sweet vermouth, luxardo, maraschino, Benedictine, orange bitters, angostura bitters

Hell on Wheels / 15
Del maguey “vida” mescal, don julio reposado tequila, firewater tincture, agave, lime salt

Barrel-Aged Old Fashioned /14
Crown royal rye, demerara sugar, orange bitters, angostura bitters