The Deal: Craft Cocktails-$2 Off, Draft Beer-$1 Off, Well Drinks-$3.50, House Red, White, or Bubbly-$5 per glass or $16 per bottle, House Red Sangria-$4, and an impressive food menu priced $10 and under.
The Digs: With low, flattering lighting and an old-school --as in grandma and grandpa, not Run DMC--upscale vibe, Happy Hour at the Tin Table is perfect spot to impress for less and would serve as an appealing addition to Seattle's our list of inexpensive cheap date spots.
The Verdict: The Floozy Burger (Painted Hills Beef, Caramelized Onions, Bavarian Bacon, Cheddar Cheese, Brioche Bun, Shoestring Frites --Vegetarian Option Available-- $10) is the tasty, tarted up version of a burger its name promises. The tempting cheese plate (Chef's Selection of 3 Cheeses; Crackers, Candied Pecans, Seasonal Fruit Compote-$9) makes a satisfying meal on its own. The light and fabulous Shoestring Frites (Truffle Salt -$3), when paired with a bottle of house bubbles for $16, makes Tin Table's happy hour a perfect precursor for a big evening out or post-work hook-up for someone with whom you'd like to take the party home.