Events & Specials

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

Check back regularly for more specials and events at our Downtown Seattle restaurant.

This Month’s Band Line-up

Six Seven Lounge - Where Edgy Hip Meets Seattle

  • Saturday 2/4 – Caety Sagoian
  • Friday 2/10 – RL Heyer
  • Saturday 2/11 – Sunshine Junkies
  • Friday 2/17 – Caety Sagoian
  • Saturday 2/18 – Leah T & The Baked Goods
  • Friday 2/24 – Elena Maque
  • Saturday 2/25 – Papa Josh

Local Vocals

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.

RL Heyer
RL Heyer is a guitarist/vocalist/composer in Seattle. He current fronts the bands Cracker Factory and RL Heyer’s Sweet Action and also plays or has played with The Bob Curnow Big Band, Spokane Jazz Orchestra, Richie Aldente, The True Spokes, Discs of Fury, Andrew Vait, Eternal Fair, Everstone, La Push, The Drunken Guitarists, The Staxx Brothers, The Filthy None, The West Exit, Flowmotion, and many more.

RL began performing at the age of 4 at a talent show, where he sang Chicago’s hit, You’re the Inspiration, and has never looked back. At 8, he found his mom’s guitar and after learning a few chords from her, taught himself to play. He has been helped along by several great musicians over the years that have sculpted him into a unique guitarist, singer, and songwriter with great versatility.


bulleit bourbon, grapefruit, honey syrup

FRENCH 75/ 12
tangueray ‘no 10’ gin, prosecco, lemon, simple syrup

sobieski bizon grass vodka, pear liqueur, lemon

sauza ‘hornitos’ ‘black barrel’ tequila, lime, housemade grenadine, angostura bitters

tangueray gin, aperol, lillet

Special Events

Northwest Wines
Six Seven Restaurant and Lounge is proud to partner with the finest wineries in the Pacific Northwest.  Every month Six Seven will showcase up to four extraordinary Northwest wines.  For February, we present Mark Ryan Winery to enjoy by the glass or by the bottle.

Mark Ryan
Columbia Valley, WA

$16 glass/
$64 bottle


Mark Ryan “The Chief”
Red Blend
Columbia Valley, WA

$15 glass/
$60 bottle


Mark Ryan “Dissident”
Cabernet Sauvignon
Columbia Valley, WA

$20 glass/
$80 bottle


Megan Anne Cellars
“Black Love”

Pinot Noir
Willamette Valley, OR

$150 bottle

A Mark Ryan Family Winery

About Mark Ryan Winery
Mark Ryan McNeilly founded Mark Ryan Winery in 1999 with the goal of making the best wines in Washington State. Largely self-taught, Mark honed the craft of winemaking through rigorous study and the welcomed advice of some of the area's most experienced producers.

In the early years the winery was transient. The first vintages of Long Haul and Dead Horse were produced crushed and pressed in garages of friends and family, barrels aged in warehouses in the Seattle Area, and finally settling in Woodinville, WA in 2003.

Over a decade later, Mark Ryan Winery has grown in size, earned acclaim from wine-lovers and critics alike, and garnered respect from the state's elite producers. The goal, however, remains the same. Make delicious wines that represent the vineyard from which they come, making every vintage better than the last…

DeLille Cellars Wine Dinner

Sunday, March 5th – 6:30pm
Join us for a very special evening featuring Executive Winemaker Chris Upchurch and the award winning wines of DeLille Cellars. Celebrating 25 years, DeLille Cellars has partnered with The Edgewater in creating a Limited Edition of their D2 for our 55th Anniversary. This vintage along with other selected wines will be perfectly paired with our exclusive menu created by Executive Chef Jesse Souza. For more information and reservations contact 206-269-4575. Seating is limited, reservations and deposit required.

About DeLille Cellars
DeLille Cellars is a boutique artisan winery located in Woodinville, Washington. The winery was founded in 1992 by Charles and Greg Lill, Jay Soloff and celebrated winemaker Chris Upchurch. The mission at DeLille Cellars has always been to create a new Bordeaux blend using Washington State vineyards. From the beginning, the winery has looked towards the prestigious Red Mountain AVA as the foundation of its wines, using grapes from its own vineyards in combination with fruit from other top sites in the Yakima Valley.

Executive Winemaker – Chris Upchurch
Chris’ love for wine started in his youth, with extensive travel throughout the Grand Cru wine-growing regions of Europe and the west coast of the US. "I had to start off developing my palate and my perspective. How can you make great wine if you don’t know what that is?" he reflected.

After graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Washington, Chris began his career as a wine merchant, working with several of Seattle’s best-known restaurants. This experience allowed him to hone his palate while tasting wines from around the world. Deep in his heart, Chris knew he wanted to express his passion in the production end of the wine industry.

Armed with his love of wine and commitment to learning its craft, Chris initially developed a successful grape-brokerage business contracting grapes from Washington State and selling them to winemakers. Chris uncovered his true calling once he started spending endless hours in the vineyards. That love of the land, the vine and its fruit, fostered Chris’ passion of winemaking and his passion for charting a course in Washington State. An acclaimed professional winemaker for over twenty years, Chris still spends much of his time in the vineyards of Washington State, primarily Yakima Valley and Red Mountain AVA’s. Reflecting on the great European winemaking tradition, he remarks “The truly long-lived wines are made in the vineyards. I expect to be here for many years to come.”