It’s no secret that Soi is one of my favorite restaurants in Seattle (they have what is currently my favorite brunch in the city). Their Khao Soi Noodle soup is a dish I’ve had dozens of times, and I’m sure I’ll eat it dozens more. They’ve also got a Spicy Curried Prawns dish that makes me want to lick the plate every time I get it. But this delicious spot is more than just incredible Northern Thai food; they’ve also got a fantastic bar program with over 100 bottles of whiskey and one of the largest collections of Japanese whiskey in town.
Soi’s just launched their new fall cocktail menu and I got a peek at the beautiful, boozy things happening here this week. Their cocktail menu is made up of Soi Classics, which are created by the uber-talented bar manager Kyle Browning, as well as classic cocktails, and the menu changes seasonally, featuring cocktails that highlight seasonal ingredients. Here’s a rundown of all the new libations they’ve rolled out for fall.
The Orchard Mule: Bayou Spiced Rum + Green Apple + Cinnamon + Capitol Hill Ginger Beer + Lime
Off the Record: Macchu Pisco + St. Germain + Green Apple + Ginger + Lemon + Seltzer
Lion’s Tail: Four Roses Bourbon + St. Elizabeth Allspice + Dram + Demerara + Lime + Angostura Bitters
The Devil Makes 3: Rittenhouse Rye + Yellow Chartreuse + Soi House Sweet Vermouth + Peychaud’s + Bittermen’s Celery + Angostura Bitters
The Rewinder: Coffee-infused El Dorado 12yr Rum, Rittenhouse Rye, Monkey Shoulder Blended Scotch Whisky, Tempus Fugit Créme de Cacao, Soi House Sweet Vermouth, Bittermen’s Orange Citrate & Molé Bitters
The Updoc?: Cazadores Tequila Reposado + Vida Mezcal + Rotating Rainbow Heirloom Carrot + Maple + Ginger + Rosemary + Lime
The Vieux Carre: Rittenhouse Rye: Camus VS Cognac, Soi House Sweet Vermouth, Bénédictine, Peychaud’s & Angostura Bitters
The Martinez: Ransom & Hayman’s Old Tom Gins, Soi house sweet vermouth, Luxardo
Maraschino, House Orange & Angostura Bitters