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Summer has arrived in Six Seven!
Come celebrate our new summer dinner menu! The long awaited bounty of summer will finally arrived from our local farms, fields and open waters. The menu selections will be artfully brought together by the creative alchemy of Chef Warren Cordoba and his talented culinary team.

Jeremy’s Punch $12
Ketel One Oranje, Ketel One Citron, lime juice, simple syrup with a punch of cranberry A lovely & light blend of citrus creates this refreshing and delightful “punch”.

4th of July
Burger and a Beer 11am to 2:30pm $15
Charbroiled All Beef Burger with American cheese, lettuce, tomato, pickle and Six Seven “secret” sauce; served with fries and a draft beer or soft drink of your choice.

Hot Summer Nights
Monday evenings in July enjoy Six Seven’s Hot Summer Nights in addition to our Six Seven dinner menu we will be offering a Chef’s special catch of the day. (AQ) Two Washington white wines will be paired with the special dish and offered at $14 a glass

Summer Spectacular Sparkling
Celebrate the summer season with bubbles! What could be better than a crisp glass or two on our beautiful outdoor deck! Six Seven features a fine selection of champagne and sparkling wines by the glass. Choose from:

Laurent Perrier, Brut, Tours-Sur-Marne, France $22
Veuve Clicquot, Yellow Label, Brut, Reims, France $20
Lamarca, Prosecco, Veneto, Italy $10
Lucien Albrecht, Brut Rose, Alsace, France $12

You also may enjoy along with your bubbles, Beecher’s Cheese Plate a selection of three selections from local cheese maker Beecher’s - $15

This Month’s Band Line-up

Six Seven Lounge - Where Edgy hip meets Seattle
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  • 4th - Shaggy Sweet
  • 5th - Caety Sagoian
  • 11th - Danelle Hayes
  • 12th - Tiffany Wilson
  • 18th – Matt Bekker
  • 19th – Tenesha Ross
  • 25th - Shaggy Sweet
  • 26th - Rob Stewart

Ben James featuring Shaggy Sweet
Songwriters with a genuine, obvious enthusiasm for their craft can't help but attract an audience. For this simple reason, Seattle based singer/songwriter, Ben James, is on his way to earning a multitude of devoted fans. His inspired songwriting and passionate stage presence establish him as a formidable force in the music industry. Ben has been involved in various projects prior to seeking a solo career. Through the years Ben has had the opportunity to capture the Contemporary Christian Music market by fronting the band Threefold. It was during this venture that Ben had the distinct pleasure of working with Grammy winning producer Mitch Dane (Jars of Clay). With the release of four albums in a three year span Ben and Threefold toured over 30 states in North America. Growing up in Grand Rapids, Minnesota Ben began singing at the early age of four. Born with a raw talent Ben developed into a feature soloist for his church and school choirs. While singing appeared to be natural for Ben, he began to take an interest in playing drums. He got on his first kit at the age of eight and has since transformed into a valued musician in numerous bands. Over the past several years Ben has focused his attention on breaking into the secular market and Seattle music scene by fronting an alternate cover band, Shaggy Sweet that features an array of genres with an original touch. The band can be seen spread all over the western Washington market in such legendary venues as the Edgewater Hotel. Since his journey as a solo artist Ben has gained interests from Independent labels, established songwriters, and producers. This attention has lead Ben into the studio to work on his solo debut digital release entitled Hell’s Door. With an undeniable talent and support from established musicians Ben James is sure to exceed all expectations.

Danelle Hayes
Seattle singer/songwriter Danelle Hayes has been described as everything from Norah Jones to Joni Mitchell, Janis Joplin to Alicia Keyes. It is difficult to avoid comparisons but Danelle Hayes is much more than an industry replica. Influenced by a wide range of music from soul, jazz, rock, and pop comes a style of writing that is honest, genuine, and emotional. Smart and edgy lyrics along with melodies delivered complimentary of a truly jagged, soulful and powerful voice; Danelle Hayes has the originality that will leave an impression on the ears of every music listener. Danelle first discovered her joy of singing in middle school and was encouraged to join the school choir. While in high school Danelle pursued other interests but returned to her love of music and joined her college concert choir. Being around music all day everyday took Danelle to the next level where she started becoming very competitive with other talented students. It was this competitiveness that landed Danelle as a feature on the 2010 American Idol auditions as a contestant advancing to the Hollywood round. Since her appearance on the show Danelle has been featured on the local Q13 news channel, continuous radio shows, and performing in various venues including the Bellagio in Las Vegas. The show has created a clarity that has inspired Danelle to write several new songs and discover a direction for her music. Danelle is currently in pre-production for her debut solo album. Danelle is quickly approaching the next step in her career, and is thrilled to grow as a writer and artist. With her passion for music and her desire for greatness Danelle will capture the attention of the music industry and the hearts of music enthusiasts.

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.

Tiffany Wilson
Born and planted in the musical soil of Memphis, TN. the musical buds of a soulful Tiffany Wilson started blooming at the tender young of 8. Nurtured in the church choir, Tiffany became hooked after singing her first solo. Tiffany draws inspiration from legendary artists such as Aretha Franklin, Bobby Womack and Whitney Houston. Her works with renowned artists such as Dr Dre and George Clinton have highlighted Tiffany's versatility through her unique sound and style. Her unfeigned personality aligns with the authenticity of her music and lyrics; setting a new tone and trend for a mixed generation. Tiffany advocates transforming more positive mindsets for uniting them as one through her musical gifts.

Rob Stewart
Robert Stewart is a singer, songwriter and pub rat based out of Seattle... he performs solo and with various groups throughout the United States and Canada. He has been the front-man for Seattle group, The Fiasco since its founding in 2002, as well as appearing solo or as part of an acoustic duo all over the Seattle area and beyond, augmenting his originals with a constant influx of new cover tunes ranging from old to new, from country to Motown to Celtic to Sinatra to Taj Mahal to Tom Petty to Waylon Jennings to Jackson 5 to you name it...

Matt Bekker
Matt Bekker is a 23-year-old singer/songwriter from Seattle. Hailing from the birthplace of grunge – lately a hotbed of indie rock – Matt decided to create non-traditional venues for playing his brand of music, and to invent new ways of getting noticed. He threw his guitar in the backseat of his car and hit the road on his own, in search of an audience for his laid-back tunes, heart-on-sleeve lyrics, and general lack of his hometown’s patented angst. He began converting fans a dozen or so at a time, inside the sorority houses of every institution of higher learning west of the Rockies. Matt insists these gigs were never as glamorous as they might sound. They involved driving thousands of miles per week, sweet-talking his way past gatekeeper’s way tougher than your average nightclub talent booker, and sleeping in the aforementioned car (curled up with the aforementioned guitar). He is currently writing and co-writing new songs, and still playing the occasional sorority house.


Monday - Moscow Mule Madness - $12
Tito’s vodka, fever tree ginger beer and mint

Tuesday - Tea Garden Cooler - $12
Plymouth gin, lime, basil, cucumber and soda

Wednesday - Wine Down - $6
Enjoy a glass of our happy hour white or red at happy hour prices from noon to 6pm!

Thirsty Thursday - $4
Enjoy an ice cold beer on draught at hour happy hour price from noon to 6pm!

TGIF- Celebrate the end of the week at Six Seven - $12
The Noble Sunset our signature Noble House Cocktail Ketel orange, aperol, grapefruit juice, lemon juice, agave syrup and Laurent Perrier champagne