• Pink cocktail topped with berries and a lemon slice at our downtown cocktail bar in Seattle.
  • blue cocktail with blueberry garnish
  • Cocktail topped with lemon slice and caraway seeds at our downtown cocktail bar in Seattle.
  • A table with several wine glasses, cocktails, and a dish of paella at Oliver's Lounge in Seattle
  • An orange cocktail topped with a candied orange slice and thyme at our cocktail bar in Seattle.
  • Close up of a frothy pink cocktail topped with a lemon rind at Oliver's Lounge in Seattle.
  • Five colorful craft cocktails at Oliver's Lounge in Seattle.

A Toast to Oliver's 45th

Cheers to 45 years!

1976. The year when Oliver’s came to be. 45 years later we are still shaking and stirring the best craft cocktails around. Come raise a glass with us-as there is much to celebrate, including seeing all you beautiful people once again! Enjoy our birthday drink, the Sapphire 45, and other refreshing summer cocktails.

Oliver’s is Now Open 7 Days a Week
Sunday-Thursday 3:30pm-10:00pm
Friday-Saturday 3:30pm-11:00pm
  • Drink in glass with orange peel


As Washington state’s first daylight bar, with floor-to-ceiling paned glass windows, Oliver’s Lounge provides the perfect setting for a northwest nibble or a light dinner. Traditional menu items such as the Classic BLT and Chicken Caesar salad are anchored by Oliver’s famous burger and an expansive cocktail list. Whether a local or a tourist, we invite you to join us for a cocktail (or two) as you soak in the Seattle scene from our timeless, historic Oliver’s Lounge.

Oliver's History Carousel Room

Celebrating 45 Classic Years

Oliver’s Lounge

Oliver’s Lounge opened in 1976, located off the lobby of the historic Mayflower Park Hotel, has grown to become one of Seattle’s best bars and is home to the renowned “International Martini Classic Challenge”. Oliver’s holds the title for Seattle’s “Best Classic”, as well as having won the titles for Best Specialty Martini and Best International Classic Martini.

During prohibition, the site which is now known as Oliver’s was occupied by one of the city’s first Bartell Drug Stores. In 1933, a company that would come to be known as Westin (Western International) bought the hotel and later put in the lounge that was to become one of Seattle’s favorite night spots. The Carousel Room had a circus theme, complete with antique carousel horses.

Today you can relax to the sounds of contemporary jazz and the sights of the bustling city while enjoying delicious light meals and your favorite beverages.