Pour yourself a pint at Seattle’s first self-serve bar

Aug 18 2020, 10:24 am

Capitol Hill’s latest restaurant and bar, Rapport, has officially opened its highly anticipated self-serve bar complete with pandemic-friendly plastic mittens and sanitizer.

Guests hoping to pour themselves a pint or two are now able to thanks to a custom-built tap wall, which allows guests to scan a pre-loaded card and try out the taps.

 

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Rapport is encouraging people to test out a few beers before settling on their final pour.

Besides the beer wall, Rapport brews up a selection of coffee, espresso, teas, and more. Their coffee comes from micro-roaster QED coffee, which is roasted right here in Seattle.

 

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The restaurant also serves an array of dishes, all using ingredients from local growers and producers, including Sammamish Valley’s Tuk Muk farm.

 

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Enjoy freshly baked biscuits, sandwiches, tartines, salads, as well as pastries and breads from Macrina Bakery.

 

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Rapport is currently open from 7 am to 4 pm daily. Those interested in ordering takeout can do so online.

Rapport

Location: 700 Broadway E, Seattle
Phone: 206-705-9500

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