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Unicorn

1118 East Pike Street, Seattle, WA
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    Trendsters
  • 97%
    Nightlife Lovers
  • 84%
    LGBT
  • 82%
    Art & Design Lovers
  • 80%
    Vegetarian
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  • Unicorn
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    Budget Travelers
    Foodies
    LGBT
    + 2
    • Vegetarian
    • Nightlife Lovers

    The boldly striped exterior of the Unicorn is only the a hint of the visual delights that await inside. From the unusual animal heads mounted on the walls to the gorgeous, brightly painted bar, the Unicorn is almost overwhelmingly visually stimulating. But it's not just all looks. The wait staff is friendly and fun (unusual for a hipster bar) and the drinks are reasonably priced. The menu of unusual, hand-dipped corndog concoctions and whimsically-named cocktails will excite any foodie. They even offer a vegetarian corndog substitution (a hand-dipped Field Roast veggie corndog) and a few delicious vegan options. Their brunch menu is equally as delicious and veggie-friendly. And don't forget about the selection of new and classic pinball machines downstairs!

    Recommended for:Art & Design LoversNightlife LoversTrendstersVegetarian
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  • Unicorn
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    Outdoor Enthusiasts
    Foodies
    + 2
    • LGBT
    • Trendsters

    Unicorn earns three snaps for it's circus-taxidermy-acid trip decor, but the real magic in this building happens downstairs in the basement. Downstairs you'll find Narwhal, a vintage arcade. Pinball, Pac Man, and cold pints. What else could you possibly want in a night out? Unicorn and Narwhal are best avoided on weekends though. What began as a kitschy neighborhood joint has blown up into one of the most popular spots in the city, complete with doorman, velvet rope and line halfway down the block.

    Recommended for:Art & Design LoversLGBTNightlife LoversTrendsters
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  • Unicorn
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    I'm still new to Seattle, but I've always lived in a big city. Primarily LA, which I love hate, and Seattle is everything I love about LA and nothing that I hate. That being said, I love Unicorn. Any comparable place in the area is just too pretentious, divey, or without personality. In fact, I want to get eloped here.

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  • UnicornPro 2014
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    First to Review

    We were entertained by the idea of a carnival-themed bar; Capital Hill in general is a fun place to be. We got here early so it wasn't poppin yet, but we still liked the ambiance! Kinda grunge-y and dark, but hey, it's a bar and it's Cap Hill.

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4.0 out of 5
5 members' reviews
1,169 people visited Unicorn
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    (206) 325-6492

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