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Sunday
Nov252018

Purple Cafe & Wine Bar

 

Purple Café and Wine Bar 1225 4th Ave

Seattle, WA 98101

206.838.3853

Ofc Hrs: Monday–Friday:  9am–5pm

groupdining@heavyrestaurantgroup.com

purplecafe.com/group-dining

Capacity: Loft space: Seated: 40 / Reception: 100
Full Buyout: 250 reception style only

Catering: In house – catered exclusively by Purple Café and Wine Bar

Price Range: Food and beverage minimums apply

Deposit: Recommend booking 2 months ahead of time. Rental fees only apply if food and beverage minimum is not met

Types of Events: We offer distinct dining options that are perfect for a multitude of celebrations; from baby and bridal showers, to rehearsal dinners, birthday celebrations, business meetings, corporate gatherings, holiday parties and everyday get-togethers with friends and family.

ADA: Loft space is not, restaurant buyout is.

Parking: paid parking is available in the Financial Center Parking garage located directly underneath our restaurant on the corner of 4th and University. After 4pm on the weekdays and all day Saturday and Sunday, parking is $7 with validation from our front desk

Tables & Chairs: Provided by venue

Staff: provided by venue

Bar Facilities: Provided by venue: beer, wine and cocktails.

Dance Floor: no

Linens, China, etc: All included by venue

AV & Equipment: None

Wine bar with upscale small plates in a lofty modern space 
with a central wine tower & staircase.

Purple Downtown Seattle is a wine bar on a grand scale. The menu spans the globe through the lens of a Pacific Northwest chef and educator, Harry “Coach” Mills. The wine tower holds over 5000 bottles. And our wine team led by Chris Horn is one of the most knowledgeable in town. 

Providing generous hospitality in an awe-inspiring setting at lunch, dinner, before the show, and at the end of your night is what we’re after. All this, for the simple fact that while food and wine are better together, they’re even better with the people at your table.

 

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