With more than 2600 labels, canon boasts the largest spirits collection in the western hemisphere. Dinner served until 1am everyday.
Sit at the bar and watch the bartenders mix drinks.
Canon opened nearly a year ago, and it remains one of the hottest cocktail bars in town, thanks to its ambition.
The place is dripping with antiquated, old-world charm. You need to try the pork belly sliders, tip your bartender, and thank me later. And use their bathroom :)
Order the roulette. You may be surprised but not disappointed.
Try the aged la bicyclette. It's beautiful...and comes in a flask.
Ask for the unicorn helmet if it's your birthday. Be persistent. They might not give it to you the first time, but will give in eventually.
Before you get drunk: order the flatbread a la greco. After you get drunk: order the flatbread a la greco.
The vermouth experiment is three separate drinks, all of which are tasty!
Best smelling bar bathroom I've ever smelt.
Murray is the dude! He's a cocktail wizard and can read your mind! Look out!
Murray is king. You are in great hands when he is crafting your cocktail!
Go to the bathroom. If only I could steal it and take it back to San Francisco.
Round up three friends and get the Cherry Fizz.
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Ask for Murry! You will recognize why he is awesome!
Call me to join you for a cocktail.
Cocktails are Tony and overpriced, but well made.
Go to the bathroom here
Hot day? Try the Corpse Reviver #CO2.
Apparently the servers don't like to split checks here. If you're in a group mention it at the beginning of service to avoid classic Seattle passive aggressive behavior from your server later on.
The mahogany bookshelves date to the early Victorian era, brought to america by spirits enthusiast sir Walter Beuregarde. Order his namesake cocktail and pay homage to sir Walters cherished bourbon
My Fernet Roulette was like a magical boozy root beer.
Get a drink and some food.
Poop Deck cocktails whoo!
Beef succotash is truly and completely delicious!
The menu can be intimidating if you're not a cocktail connoisseur. Don't be afraid to ask for recommendations or try the roulette, the barstaff is knowledgable and very friendly.
The italian buck is a force of nature and cannot be reckoned with!
Truffle Old Fashion - best drink in Seattle
With the largest selection of American whiskey in the world and a 94-page menu (including nine pages worth of rare whiskies), Canon should be on every boozehound's bucket list.
The bathroom, though. Seriously.
Try the Pork Belly Buns With Cilantro (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Old Forester Birthday Bourbon 2013 (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Bone Marrow (via @Foodspotting)
Get the Campfire. If you like mezcal and a smoky show with your drink, you won't be disappointed.
Get the beef cheek ravioli!
If I come into millions, Imma come in and drink ALL the 1901 Old Overholt. Bravo gents -- hell of a bar. Leave all the two dollar bills for the bartenders.
Don't bother with the menu, just tell the bartender what you're in the mood for. They'll deliver.
Chartreuse on tap!
Must try local whiskey: cask strength Oola, waitsburg Bourbon
Its a library for booze. A library where you check-out booze into your belly.
Try the Oysters (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Angostoura-Bourbon Nuts (via @Foodspotting)
"If you prefer brown liquor, then Canon is a must do. A self-proclaimed whiskey and bitters emporium, Canon stocks whiskey from all over the world."
Brian is the man. A+ bartender
Make sure to use the wash room. It is the greatest washroom I ever used. It is a fortress in which to take a break from insanity. It has a radio, fresh towels, and is clean beyond belief.
Pretentious atmosphere, but awesome whiskey selection. Get a comet dog afterwards to bring you back down to earth and sober you up.
Pork buns. Pork buns. Pork buns. Pork. Buns. PORK! BUNS!