The Amazon Spheres are an undeniably eye-catching landmark in Seattle. But what lies inside them might be even cooler. We’re not talking about the indoor garden, rather we’re talking about Deep Dive. It’s the bar that’s tucked away in the spheres and it just reopened after being closed for over a year.
If you haven’t visited Deep Dive before it’s part of Renee Erickson’s Sea Creatures Group. It’s a great place to grab eats and drinks in a truly unforgettable environment. And as the name suggests, the restaurant’s interior truly feels like you’re doing a deep dive, it’s dark and mysterious, full of velvet, antiques, and curiosities. You’ll definitely snap a few pics while you’re here.
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As with most reopenings and restaurants these days there are some new rules in place. Those rules include providing proof of vaccination and ID upon entry, however, the bar has stated that a photo of your vaccination card will suffice. You can also dine and drink here if you have a negative COVID test that was administered within 48 hours of visiting. Of course, masks must be worn until seated as well which is now mandatory statewide.
Best of all, you can cap this week with a visit to Deep Dive as the bar is open from Thursday until Saturday. An online waitlist is available from 5 pm-8 pm so we recommend putting your name on the list when you visit as this spot is quite popular. With that, enjoy!
Where: 620 Lenora St
Hours: Thursday, 4 pm-10 pm, Friday & Saturday, 4 pm-11 pm
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