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Where To Get Eggnog In Seattle

It’s the holiday season in 2020, which means it’s time to drink some eggs.

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Updated December 9th, 2020

Remember in Rocky when Sylvester Stallone slurps down a glass of raw eggs at 4am? Well, that scene would have been a lot more appealing if he mixed them with milk, nutmeg, and brown liquor first. ’Tis the season for tasty spiced nog, and if you don’t feel like making some, these restaurants around the city are serving their own versions. From concoctions involving sherry and cognac to festive alternatives to milk in lattes, here are 14 spots to find eggnog in Seattle this holiday season.

And if you’re not the biggest eggnog fan but are still feeling festive, check out our 2020 Seattle Christmas Food Guide.

THE NOGS

Sol Liquor Lounge

$$$$
Bar  in  Capitol Hill
$$$$ 607 Summit Ave E

Every year, Sol Liquor releases their extremely special, 30-day-aged eggnog for two days only: Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. And even though they are temporarily closed for service, the nog is still happening. It might end up being available sooner than the 24th, because 2020 is unpredictable, so check their Instagram for updates.

Hood Famous Cafe & Bar

$$$$ 504 5th Ave S Suite 107A

This fantastic Filipino bakery in the ID is selling purple ube eggnog spiked with brandy and rum. Each bottle is $30, contains four servings, and pairs perfectly with a pint of their ube cooke dough for an afternoon of holiday baking. Place your pickup orders online.

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Baker's

$$$$
Bar FoodBar  in  Ballard
$$$$ 6408 32nd Ave NW

One of our favorite new bars in town is offering a couple of eggnogs this year - one with a house blend of rum, sherry, cognac, and apparently “magic,” and a vegan version made with falernum and koji rice milk. You can enjoy these nogs either to go or out on their heated, covered patio.

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Opus Co.

$$$$
$$$$ 7410 Greenwood Ave N

This outstanding farm-to-table restaurant in Greenwood sold out of their first batch of housemade eggnog, but they have more coming on December 23rd. Theirs, available in 300ml and 750ml bottles, features amaro, Batch 206 rum, and Smith Brothers Farms milk, cream, and eggs. You can place your preorder online once they have more.

Spinasse

$$$$
$$$$ 1531 14th Avenue

Our favorite restaurant in the entire city is now selling eggnog - the only issue is that it’s only available as part of their Christmas Cookie Kit, which is actually not an issue at all. The kit is $70 and includes 15 cookies, from hazelnut meringues to Italian wedding cookies, their housemade spiked nog, and a pint of Salt & Straw’s Dwanta’s Teremana Spiked Eggnog flavor. That’s right, two eggnogs for the price of one. You can preorder a kit online here.

Delancey

$$$$
PizzaItalian  in  Ballard
$$$$ 1415 NW 70th St

Does eggnog pair well with pizza? We’re about to find out, because Delancey is serving some now, complete with five different liquors and plenty of fresh nutmeg. A four-serving bottle costs $27, and it’s available in-person only during this Ballard pizzeria’s regular hours (5-9pm).

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Salare

$$$$ 2404 NE 65th St

We’re pretty sure that during the entire month of December, eggnog is contractually obligated to replace milk as a drink to go with cookies. And as part of Salare’s holiday offerings, you can order a $56 package that includes a 700ml bottle of homemade eggnog and a handful of sesame almond cookies. This is only available for pickup, and you can place your order online.

Rose Temple

$$$$
$$$$ 1801 E Olive Way

This great new bar on Capitol Hill that we usually love for glittered Jell-O shots released a three-month-aged eggnog spiked with whiskey, rum, fernet, and cognac. It costs $20 for a liter, and you can stop by during their to-go pop-up on Friday, December 11th to grab yours.

Espresso Vivace

$$$$ 532 Broadway E

If you prefer your eggnog spiked with espresso instead of booze, head to our favorite coffee shop in Seattle. Vivace is serving eggnog lattes for the holiday season, and you can grab one at both of their locations as well as their sidewalk cart on Broadway.

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Rob Roy

$$$$
$$$$ 2332 2nd Ave

It’s a real bummer to miss out on Rob Roy’s annual holiday cocktail pop-up this year, but you can experience it at home with this iconic Belltown bar’s eggnog to go. Theirs includes cognac, sherry, almond milk, cream, warming spices, and, of course, eggs. Pickup is available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 3-9pm, and Thursdays-Sundays from 12-9pm.

Brimmer & Heeltap

$$$$ 425 NW Market St

This all-day cafe in Ballard has released a few different batches of spiked eggnog in classic, espresso, and turmeric-ginger flavors. They’re available to enjoy by the glass on their patio, or to go in a 750ml bottle.

Frankie & Jo's

$$$$ 1010 E Union St

If you’re craving eggnog sans the egg, milk, and alcohol, this vegan ice cream shop is serving creamy “oatnog” scoops and pints spiced with nutmeg and cinnamon. You can preorder for pickup at both Capitol Hill and Ballard Frankie & Jo’s locations on their website, or ship some to anybody in your life who’d appreciate some frozen, plant-based nog.

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Salt & Straw

$$$$
$$$$ 714 E Pike St Ste A

Warm eggnog can be comforting to sip on during the holidays, but Seattle doesn’t really get that cold. So instead of a hot toddy, try Salt & Straw’s eggnog ice cream. It’s spiked with Teremana tequila, sherry, and plenty of nutmeg with a touch of salt. You can preorder pints for pickup and/or delivery from Capitol Hill, Ballard, or Kirkland on their website. Best part is, $1 from every pint goes to World Central Kitchen.

Homer

$$$$ 3013 Beacon Ave S

Homer is no stranger to developing excellent flavors of soft serve, and their eggnog is no exception. You can order it at their takeout window plain, swirled with vegan roasted pear, and/or with a to-go bag of cranberry pecan granola to later sprinkle on top. They’re also selling eggnog in boozy liquid form as part of their holiday offerings.

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