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Cure Cocktail

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This business has special options available during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Delivery
  • Beer/Wine/Booze
  • Livestreaming
  • Takeout
  • Cocktail Kits
  • Pre-Mixed Cocktails
  • Flowers
Cure's current offerings include a Netflix & Chill charcuterie plate ($50, includes red wine and two free wine glasses), a variety of sandwiches, and cocktail kits for pickup or delivery. Learn how to make cosmos, Moscow mules, lemon drops, old fashioneds, martinis, or margaritas—kits come with instructional videos from Joe Wargo, who was selected as one of Seattle's favorite bartenders by Stranger readers last fall.

From Wednesday-Saturday, you can win the hearts of your friends/lovers/roommates/etc. by adding pastel-hued daffodils and tulips from local farmers to your charcuterie, sandwich, and/or cocktail kit order, either online or by phone. Note: These have limited availability, and they tend to go fast.

1640 Nagle Place (Capitol Hill)
Seattle, WA 98122
206-568-5475
website
(Cure)
Small, cute Cure has a beautiful meat slicer and lots of cured meats to go with it, as well as other snacks like cheeses, a mortadella-and-pecorino sandwich, and maybe tuna-and-caper-stuffed Calabria cherry peppers. Then there’s cocktails, a nice little wine list, a nine-seat bar, and a few tables. The windows (lots of them) look out onto the tennis courts at Cal Anderson Park, and it’s very satisfying to sit and drink wine on a nice summer evening while watching other people play basketball, tennis, bike polo, and/or adult dodgeball. Hint: Try the soup and that mortadella sandwich.

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