Jazz & Blues
May 11, 2018
Vito’s is a Seattle institution come full circle. The bar has been around since the 1950s, and, even after a recent clean-up and switch in ownership, the décor retains a low-lit and pleasingly retro vibe, the comfy black leather booths inviting you to linger over a drink. It’s once again a place to head if you want to partake of a classic cocktail. The Six Cylinder is a mix of gin, Dubonnet, sweet vermouth, dry vermouth, cherry brandy and Campari, while the Port Antonio blends rum with lime and coffee liqueur. These drinks are as sharp as the crowd who once drank here and as cool as the new wave of drinkers it now attracts.