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Don't Judge Me Hour

Weekdays | 7:30a to 3p

No one leaves the house in the morning anymore, but that shouldn’t prevent you from sneaking down to The Cottage for a morning “coffee.” $6 Bloody Marys, Screwdrivers, Greyhounds, and Mimosas…and no one will be the wiser.

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Break-even Bottle

Tuesdays | 4p to close

Our break-even bottles are exquisite and rare, outside of what you’ll typically see on menus. One of those drinks that you savor and immediately want to share with your best friend. We feel the same way and want to share these with you, so we’re selling these bottles in 1 oz. pours for cost. (Which is, legally speaking, the lowest we can go.) Tuesdays only, we open the bottle at 4p and sell 1 oz pours until it’s gone.

Dec 1 | No 15 | Johnnie Walker Blue Label sold out
Dec 8 | No 16 | GlenDronach 18 Year sold out
Dec 15 | No 17 | Maestro Dobel 50 Cristalino sold out
Dec 22 | No 18 | Kentucky Owl Confiscated sold out
Dec 29 | No 19 | Midleton Barry Crockett Legacy sold out
Jan 5 | No 20 | Rémy Martin XO sold out
Jan 12 | No 21 | Old Forester 150th Anniversary
Jan 19 | No 22 | Chopin Family Reserve Vodka
Jan 26 | No 23 | tba

Feb 16 | No 26 | The Boss Hog VII: Magellan’s Atlantic 6 month bottle

Reservations recommended but not required.

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Ladies' Night

Thursdays | 4p to close

Thursdays mean all night happy hour at The Cottage on Thursdays starting at 4p. It’s dark and chilly outside, but the fire features and heaters are keeping it brilliant under the tent…chat, nibble, and sip your way through the end of your day.

Reservations recommended but not required.

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Wine Wednesday | Long Cellars

Wednesday, January 6 | 5 to 8p

Wine Wednesday No. 21. Each week we’ll be featuring a local winery for tastings…$5 buys you 3 tastings! Retail bottles will be available; the tasting fee will be applied toward your purchase, or enjoy a bottle with dinner for a $15 corkage fee.

Reservations (https://resy.com/cities/bol/the-cottage-bothell) recommended but not required.

Long Cellars is a boutique winery located in Woodinville, Washington founded by Jason Long.

Jason became involved in the wine industry in 2006 when he began assisting several Woodinville wineries. Working with them taught Jason how to appreciate, make, and sell wine while simultaneously incorporating fun and laughter. In 2010, Jason produced his first vintage of wine and has never looked back. The primary mission at Long Cellars is to produce fine wines using Bordeaux varietals from some of the most notable vineyards in Washington. Currently, Jason is sourcing fruit from vineyards located in the Red Mountain and Yakima Valley A.V.A.s, which are two of the oldest A.V.A.s in Washington. In 2014 and 2015, Jason produced single varietal and blended wines using all 6 red Bordeaux varietals.

Between the Washington State terroir and Jason’s careful winemaking style, Long Cellars wines exude a classically structured New World style.
Producing fine Bordeaux wines is only part of the dream. Jason also enjoys providing an entertaining social environment by connecting good people with fine wine. Who doesn’t love to have a conversation while enjoying great wine? Producing something as elegant and complex as wine is an honor and it satisfies a lifelong urge to create.

Jason is a landscape architect with a strong affinity for the environment, sustainability, and the natural world. Designing and restoring natural elements is a large part of his background and winemaking provides another creative outlet. All of the winemaking parts and processes at Long Cellars take into consideration that consumables should have limited or no unnatural ingredients. All of the vineyard sources follow sustainable practices, and in some cases are certified Live Sustainable or USDA Organic.

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Live (Stream) Music | Robbie Christmas

Friday, January 8 | 7 to 9p

This event will be live streamed on our Facebook Live page.

RX (real name Robbie Christmas) is a Seattle-based singer songwriter and instrumentalist best known for his pure, unique voice, timeless lyrics and skilled guitar playing.

His sound can best be described as classic and electric; comprising of intricate guitar parts and the modern production of bands like Amos Lee and Vance Joy wrapped in layers of familiar melodies and harmonies reminiscent of his heroes, James Taylor and Crosby, Still, Nash and Young.

Reservations recommended but not required.

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Wine Wednesday | Sparkman Cellars

Wednesday, January 13 | 5 to 8p

Wine Wednesday No. 22. Each week we’ll be featuring a local winery for tastings…$5 buys you 3 tastings! Retail bottles will be available; the tasting fee will be applied toward your purchase, or enjoy a bottle with dinner for a $15 corkage fee.

Reservations (https://resy.com/cities/bol/the-cottage-bothell) recommended but not required.

This week we welcome Sparkman Cellars! Their artisan handcrafted style produces powerful, well-balanced yet elegant award-winning wines. Sparkman also enjoys contributing to our community and to causes that resonate with their family, which is another way that the wine world helps make their lives rich.

Sparkman Cellars 2013 Holler Cabernet Sauvignon was named #21 on the 2016 Wine Spectator Top 100. The winery has also been named one of Wine Spectator’s Rising Stars, Wine Enthusiast’s Cult Winery and Wine & Spirits’ Top 100 Wineries in the World.

Why Kelly and Chris Sparkman start a winery? They wrote all the vision stuff like ‘Our intention is to make wines that are considered among the finest available, and that will hopefully find their way onto your table’ and such, which is true. Then they asked themselves, ‘Why don’t we just tell them what we stand for?’ So that’s where the Sparkman tagline came from: Family. Good Livin’. Damn Fine Wine. Seems like that makes sense to people. Especially when your wine is delicious and your kids are good people.

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Live (Stream) Music | Brian James

Friday, January 15 | 7 to 10p

This event will be live streamed on our Facebook Live page.

Born and raised on a farm in the small logging community of Montesano, WA, Brian is at home on the stage where his larger than life personality comes out with witty commentary and raw energy.

From a young age Brian knew that he wanted to pursue music, and in 2005 he moved to Nashville Tennessee where he wrote songs for the Surefire Music Company. Brian penned songs for TV, film, and commercial projects and artists such as Taylor Hicks and Highroad Three. Brian’s Music Received a CCMA nomination for Single of the Year in 2013. In the following year his song “Angel at the Crossroads” was nominated for Gospel Single of the Year.

His showmanship and modern sound has drawn diverse audiences across the Midwest, Northwest, South, and throughout Europe.

Reservations recommended but not required.

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Wine Wednesday | Ryan Patrick Wines

Wednesday, January 20 | 5 to 8p

Wine Wednesday No. 23. Each week we’ll be featuring a local winery for tastings…$5 buys you 3 tastings! Retail bottles will be available; the tasting fee will be applied toward your purchase, or enjoy a bottle with dinner for a $15 corkage fee.

Reservations (https://resy.com/cities/bol/the-cottage-bothell) recommended but not required.

We welcome Ryan Patrick Wines to The Cottage! From its beginnings as a family winery named after its grape-growing family founders’ two sons, to today’s incarnation as a Columbia Valley AVA star with a Leavenworth landmark tasting room, Ryan Patrick will continue to make approachable wines with a serious edge.

Intuitive winemaking is the art of letting the fruit speak for itself. It’s minimalist intervention combined with consistency of style. That’s the heart of the Ryan Patrick promise: artisanal winemaking where the grape is at the center. Many wineries use static recipes for their wines; instead, the winemaking team, headed by Kendall Mix, does daily fermentations with different yeast or temperatures to achieve a specific effect.

Batch-tinkering approaches have resulted in varietals and blends that have justifiably become famous for how they out-perform their price point. Ryan Patrick is known for its Naked Chardonnay, Redhead Red and Rock Island Red labels, and for its Reserve wines.

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Live (Stream) Music | Robbie Christmas

Friday, January 22 | 7 to 10p

This event will be live streamed on our Facebook Live page.

RX (real name Robbie Christmas) is a Seattle-based singer songwriter and instrumentalist best known for his pure, unique voice, timeless lyrics and skilled guitar playing.

His sound can best be described as classic and electric; comprising of intricate guitar parts and the modern production of bands like Amos Lee and Vance Joy wrapped in layers of familiar melodies and harmonies reminiscent of his heroes, James Taylor and Crosby, Still, Nash and Young.

Reservations recommended but not required.

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Live (Stream) Music | Lyle Ronglien

Friday, January 29 | 7 to 10p

This event will be live streamed on our Facebook Live page.

Without question the most unique night on the calendar; make it a point to be here. If you’ve seen Lyle, you know what you’re in for. If you’ve yet to hear Lyle Ronglien, do yourself a favor. Nothing quite as interesting as hearing Lyle launch into something that you know you’ve heard, but can’t quite place…and when you eventually do, you’re amazed how good it sounds on a banjo!

Lyle is a session musician, songwriter, performer, and instructor. Originally from Woodinville, he currently resides in Mill Creek and has performed all over the Northwest and toured from San Diego to New York. Lyle’s acoustic guitar and banjo style mixes rock, country, bluegrass, smooth jazz, and more, anything from Johnny Cash to Michael Jackson.

Reservations recommended but not required.