Wine and beer from a self-pour dispenser.

Did I grab your attention yet?

My friends, Rapport, Seattle’s first self-pour wine and beer bar is open again to the public!

Owner, David Clawson, brought new life into the now closed Roy Street Coffee at 700 Broadway E. With a beautiful indoor and outdoor space for seating, a food menu created by famed chef, Mike Law, espresso from QED Coffee Roasters, all with wine and beer that you dispense into a glass yourself – you will find your new favorite Seattle establishment in Capitol Hill.

How does a self-pour bar work?

You will be handed a Rapport card (looks like an average credit card) and have the option to pre-fill the card with a dollar amount. Then, place your card into one of the readers, chose your pour (wine options include a 1 oz taster pour, 3 oz half glass and 5 oz regular glass while with the beer pour is as much as you would like with funds deducting from your card as you pour) and voila!

Visit Rapport during the day for a full espresso-based bar and their terrific breakfast and lunch menu.

Visit at night for wine, beer, their barreled and bottled cocktail program and a full dinner menu showcasing local meat and produce!

Check out the Lesley & Mishana Show as we visit Rapport! Pour and enjoy!



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