Radiator Whiskey

Seattle, Washington

Radiator Whiskey is Seattle’s long-awaited answer to The Spotted Pig, New York’s famously porcine gastropub. But here, in Pike Place Market’s moody lounge, the namesake spirit is made on-site; from taps behind the bar, you can taste barrel-aged cocktails and the house whiskey at various stages in the aging process. The ever-changing chalkboard menu pairs fresh produce from the Market with nose-to-tail bites like pig-ear fritters, cornflake-encrusted chicken livers, and peppery beef jerky. Cocktails, from barrel-aged to five different takes on a Manhattan, are strong and go down dangerously easy, but how else are you going to get the gumption to order that smoked pig’s head?

Last Reviewed
October 2015


94 Pike St.
Seattle, WA