Mexican Kitchen & Agave Bar

On the kitchen side of Barrio, we’ve been interpreting classic Mexican dishes with Northwest ingredients and attitude since 2008. In our bar, we offer a parade of adventurous Agave-based cocktails along with close to three-hundred bottles of Mexican spirits. (And beer. And wine.) Located minutes from downtown in the vibrant and eclectic neighborhood of Capitol Hill. (A destination in and of itself.)

Capitol Hill

1420 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122


Pasta . Wine . Pizza .

Fiasco is our update of the casual neighborhood Italian restaurant: buzzing with families, first dates, and old friends. You won’t find bottles of Chianti in straw baskets here, but fun fact: that specific style of bottle is called a fiasco. And while we sometimes stray from strict definitions Italian cuisine, we don’t stray from what made those restaurants great: delicious food and personal service in a space built for unwinding and connecting.


3400 Stone Way N
Seattle, WA 98103


Café & Bar

Livbud is here to inspire balance in our daily lives with a menu and relaxed environment that encourages healthy living and positive energy. Our plant forward/pescatarian menu is thoughtfully designed to support and respect our overall health and natural environment. We off a diverse offering of drinks – including espresso, smoothies, juices, elixirs, cocktails, taps, and natural wines – focused on the moods and desires of our guests throughout different parts of the day.


3400 Stone Way N
Seattle, WA 98103
206.855.6117 LIVBUDCAFE.COM


Cafe & Wine Bar – Seattle

A thirty-foot tower of wine in the middle of a glass paneled restaurant is admittedly dramatic, but considering we’re a block away from both the 5th Avenue Theatre and Benaroya Hall: there’s a lot of drama in the neighborhood. Our stage features a cast of wine bar favorites made from seasonal Northwest ingredients, served beside wines from around Washington and around the world.

Downtown Seattle

1225 4th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101


Café & Wine Bar – Woodinville

When we opened our first Purple Café & Wine Bar in 2001, there were less than a dozen wineries in Woodinville. We’ve not only seen a generation grow up in the neighborhood around us, but a world class wine destination as well. (With over 130 wineries and tasting rooms—and still growing.) And while the neighborhood has changed, we’ve stuck to what we know: wine bar comfort food served in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere next to wines from plucked from our backyard and beyond.

Downtown Woodinville

14459 Redmond-Woodinville Rd NE
Woodinville, WA 98072

Pablo y Pablo


Pablo y Pablo: small restaurant with big energy, located steps from the Burke Gilman Trail, and minutes from Gas Works Park. (Where you can enjoy the real view of the city.) Whether it’s from land, sea, or garden—our kitchen team is all about putting intensity and vivacity on the plate. (While our bartenders shake some gusto in your glass.)


1605 N. 34th Street
Seattle, WA 98103

Pablo y Pablo


Just a few doors down from our first restaurant is our newest: Pablo y Pablo Woodinville. If you spent the day visiting wineries, your mouth will appreciate the flavor drama of our menu. (Both solids and liquids.) Regardless, it’s a welcome departure from the norm: a restaurant with the energy of a busy intersection and the flavors to match. (With plenty of people-watching patio seating.)


14481 Woodinville Redmond Rd
Woodinville, WA 98072

Pablo y Pablo


Leschi is the kind of neighborhood you don’t accidentally find yourself in: tucked on the western shores of Lake Washington two miles over the hill from downtown. Pablo y Pablo is a change of scenery, with a staff that treats you like a regular and a menu that delivers comfort and flavor. Breakfast. Lunch. Happy Hour. Dinner. All of it.


120 lakeside ave
seattle, wa 98122
206-707-9730 pabloypablo/