New Fall Menu
The best of fall happens right on the shores of Elliott Bay. Our culinary celebration begins with a new sensational dinner menu and new bar menu from Executive Chef Warren Cordoba.
Seattle Restaurant Week: October 19th – 23rd and October 26th – 30th
Restaurant Cooperative partners with Seattletimes.com to present Seattle Restaurant Week. Seattle Restaurant Week is the biggest celebration of dining out that our region has ever experienced. Savor our flavor for less. This October Six Seven joins Seattle Restaurant Week, offering a special 3-course dinner menu for just $30.00, and views that can’t be beat. Save and savor some of Seattle's best menu treats including an appetizer, entrée and dessert, with at least three options for each course. Sunday-Thursday nights, sorry - Friday & Saturday are excluded. Come for the value, linger for the view. For this deal you just have to reserve now!
Seattle Restaurant Week… FOR LUNCH!
OK, if you can’t join us for dinner, why not try Six Seven for lunch? Our lunch menu is, in a word, fabulous! Try any of the following combinations available for just $15. Mix and match our soups, salads and artisan sandwiches, designed to fit varying lunch schedules. This offer is valid Monday – Thursday, October 20th- 23rd and October 27th – 30th (Friday, Saturday & Sundays are excluded).
For more information: www.seattletimes.com
We are ready for some football!
We’re cheering on our Super Bowl Champion Seahawks! Enjoy a fine selection of specialty cocktails designed with our Champs in mind and during all NFL games on Sunday, Monday and Thursday pair your cocktail with one or all of our featured appetizers.
- Beast Burger ($16)
- Garlic and Parmesan Fries ($8)
- Chili Fries ($10)
- After 5:30pm - Chili Baked Potato ($14) (chili, cheese, sour cream and scallions)
The Chancellor Cooler: Hendricks Gin, cucumber, Mint, Lemon and Ginger Beer $10
The Wilson: 12th Vodka, Brewed Iced Tea and Lemonade $10
The Hauschka “KICKER”: Basil Hayden’s Bourbon Manhattan with Antica on the rocks $12
The “Sher” Man: Sauza Silver Tequila, Blue Curacao, Fresh Lime Juice, Simple Syrup $12
12th Man: Hilliard’s Local 12th Can Beer $5
Hilliard’s The 12th Can:
Before the start of the 2013 football season, Sports Radio 950 KJR asked for a local beer dedicated to the fans and Hilliard’s answered with a session pale ale we call The 12th Can. From the first game to the last, it was an amazing ride for Seattle fans far and wide, and The 12th Can was there for all of it. The perfect game-day craft beer can’t be dumbed down in taste or ingredients, but it shouldn’t be so over the top you need to switch to something lighter after only one. Hilliard’s brews it with Cascade Hops (C Hops!) to produce a beer unmistakably Northwest in flavor and super drinkable from beginning to end. Pairs well with victory!
In Six Seven, we’re always ready for a good time! Join us on Halloween for the music of Shaggy Sweet and nosh on our Ghoulish Bar menu from 2:30pm to close.
- Sriracha Mac & Cheese $12
- Cajun Sizzling Shrimp $14
- Green Garlic Potato Skins $11
- Grilled Chicken and Cheese Quesadilla $12
This Month’s Band Line-up
Six Seven Lounge - Where Edgy hip meets Seattle
Six Seven Restaurant & Lounge Calendar
- 10th - Zak Shaffer
- 11th - Sunshine Junkies
- 17th - TBD
- 18th - The Unoriginals Band
- 24th - Zak Shaffer
- 25th - Rob Stewart
- 31st - Shaggy Sweet
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.
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.
KLYNTEL (KLY-N-TELL) is a band that specializes in a myriad of “collective grooves”. From Fusion Jazz to Funk, from Rock to Soul, Klyntel prides themselves on musicianship.
Created in the late 90’s as an R&B quartet, Klyntel took a hiatus from the scene to raise their families but resurrected themselves as a band in early 2009 to get back to the art of real music. No auto tune, no loops, just creative genius and craftsmanship. Klyntel’s first CD “Uninhibited: The Groove Collective” was a masterpiece of instrumental jams they compiled over the first year of their rebirth which produced such hits as “Red CoolAde” & “My Time” a favorite in Europe. The Second CD “Klyntelligence” focuses on the vocal ability & their R&B/Soul roots, couple that with the live show that promises High Energy Jazz with Hip Hop and Funk connotations.
Something else that’s new is the addition of featuring more vocals and different vocalist including Todd Brown. Todd’s knowledge as an industry professional has been valuable. He’s worked with notable iconic songwriters such as Narada Michael Walden, was signed to Motown Records as well as M.C. Hammer’s label, Todd added the complete sound. While Klyntel continues to churn out new music, they continue to tour and gig nationally and have had the pleasure to share the stage with artist like Roger Fisher (Heart) The Writers Block (who wrote the hit for Nicki Minaj’s hit single featuring Rihanna “Fly”, Freeway Jay Z’s Roc-a-fella Records), Michael Phillips, and Amanda Diva. Klyntel; definitely one to watch for.
LINE-UP OF COCKTAILS
Monday - Moscow Mule Madness - $12
Tito’s vodka, fever tree ginger beer and mint
Tuesday - Tea Garden Cooler - $12
Hendricks 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