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The best Champagne restaurants in Seattle

Best Champagne Restaurants in Seattle

When we can’t have fatcork, “second-best” means a stellar wine list and amazing service. 

While we love nothing more than to hang out at home with our family, friends and a fridge full of very cold grower Champagne, we also enjoy going out — and, of course, avoiding doing the dishes. When we do meet friends for dinner or take our loved ones for a night on the town, you better believe we’re still seeking out the best bubbles we can find. 

Here are five of our favorite Seattle restaurants with the best grower Champagne outside of the fatcork cave.


A wood-fueled bistro
6414 32nd Avenue NW
Seattle, Washington
(206) 946-6997

Why we love it: Sourcing the best local meat and vegetables and cooking them in an applewood-fueled brick oven is all in a day’s work for the small but highly skilled team at this cozy, neighborhood restaurant. One of our go-to pairings here is a super dry blanc de blancs Champagne off their wine list with the buttered Dungeness crab over a crispy rice cake. Another fatcork pro tip: Bring a party of four and order everything on the menu. 

Know before you go: Open Wednesday-Sunday, 4-9 p.m. Reservations are recommended and available online through Resy. 

Sushi Kashiba

Japanese cuisine
Inn at the Market courtyard
86 Pine Street, Suite 1
Seattle, Washington 
(206) 441-8844

Why we love it: Sushi Kashiba is home to some of the best hospitality in the city. The space is welcoming, the staff is warm, and their wine list includes fatcork Champagne! Plus, crisp, dry bubbles pair so well with the flavors and textures featured in Japanese cuisine. 

Know before you go: Open Wednesday-Monday, starting at 5 p.m. Dining room reservations highly recommended. The chef’s counter and cocktail bar are walk-in only. Parties less than five can reserve online on Open Table; parties of more than five must call. Omakase seatings are available at 5 p.m., 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. 


Handmade pasta and hearth-fired pizza
5214 Ballard Avenue NW
Seattle, Washington
(206) 695-2051

Why we love it: Stoneburner’s mediterranean-inspired menu is a Champagne-lover’s dream, which is good because the restaurant also has one of the largest and, arguably, the most beautifully curated wine lists in Seattle. The wine staff is so knowledgeable, and they always find the perfect wine to pair with your meal. 

Know before you go: Open Wednesday-Saturday, 4-9 p.m., and Sunday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. and 4-9 p.m. Reservations recommended and available online on Open Table. Parties of eight to 12 should inquire at 

The Coupe & Flute 

A Champagne tavern
3015 Beacon Avenue S
Seattle, Washington

Why we love it: This cozy Champagne bistro is owned by fatcork club members, friends and fellow fizzy enthusiasts Brooke St. Sauver and Curt Waller. They know their bubbles, and we always find something new to try when we pop by the bar. Plus, their seasonal homemade popcorn is the perfect Champagne snack. 

Know before you go: Open Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, 4-10 p.m., and Friday-Saturday, 4-11 p.m. Brunch is served Saturday-Sunday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Reservations available on Tock. Walk-ins are welcome. 


Fine dining featuring New American fare
2576 Aurora Avenue N
Seattle, Washington
(206) 283-3313

Why we love it: Canlis has been around for more than 70 years and has passed through the hands of three generations, and it’s still the pinnacle of fine dining in Seattle. Plus, the stalwart’s award-winning wine program is led by an amazing group of female sommeliers who know everything about all the best bottles. 

Know before you go: Reservations (accessible via Tock) are required for the dining room, and the restaurant releases a month’s worth of reservations at a time, two months in advance on the 1st of the month. Are all slots taken? Follow this fatcork pro tip and pop in on a whim to inquire about walk-in spots in the bar area. You might just get lucky with a seat next to the piano man who can play everything from Beethoven to Beyoncé. Appropriate dinner attire is always required. 

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