2017 Chupacabra Alki Halloween Bash!

It’s Halloween time at Chupacabra. That means it’s our favorite time of year!

Join us at Chupacabra Alki on Tuesday October 31st for live music on the patio from 9-10 pm & DJ Fred Edison from 10-2 am. Come dressed in your most ghoulish attire, we will be brewing up drink specials all evening. 

21+ after 10pm, no cover!

Parents, bring your little monsters in from 4-6 for happy hour on Halloween. We’ll give them candy and give you drink specials.

Be sure to let everyone know you are going at our Facebook event page

Boats Afloat Show – South Lake Union‎

“Seattle’s 39th annual Lake Union Boats Afloat Show launches September 14th – 17th, 2017. With over 225 new and used vessels on display you’re bound to find the boat that’s right for your lifestyle. From cabin cruisers to sailboats, performance ski boats to hundred-foot mega-yac

hts, the largest floating West Coast Boat Show has it all!

Talk to on-hand industry professionals ready to answer your questions, including marine lenders, insurance, parts/services and the latest innovations in accessories. Find the boat of your dreams at the Boats Afloat Show. Free power and sailboat rides, seminars, sailing lessons, kids activities and much more at www.boatsafloatshow.com.

Boat show Hours:
Weekdays: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Weekend: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm”

*El Chupacabra opens at 11 am every day!

Fall/Winter Hours for all locations

Can you believe it?! Summer is still in full swing but we are looking ahead to the Fall Hours already!

On Monday September 11th we will switch over to the following hours:

 

Alki Beach Fall/Winter Hours 2017/2018
Sunday: Kitchen 1130am to 10pm. Bar open til Midnight.
Monday: Kitchen 1130am to 10pm. Bar open til Midnight.
Tuesday: Kitchen 1130am to 10pm. Bar open til Midnight.
Wednesday: Kitchen 1130am to 10pm. Bar open til Midnight.
Thursday: Kitchen 1130am to 11pm. Bar open til Midnight.
Friday: Kitchen 1130am to 11pm. Bar open til 2am.
Saturday: Kitchen 1130am to 11pm. Bar open til 2am.

 

South Lake Union Fall/Winter Hours 2017/2018
Sunday: Kitchen 11am to 10pm. Bar open til Midnight.
Monday: Kitchen 11am to 10pm. Bar open til Midnight.
Tuesday: Kitchen 11am to 10pm. Bar open til Midnight.
Wednesday: Kitchen 11am to 10pm. Bar open til Midnight.
Thursday: Kitchen 11am to 10pm. Bar open til Midnight.
Friday: Kitchen 11am to 11pm. Bar open til 1am.
Saturday: Kitchen 11am to 11pm. Bar open til 1am.

 

Greenwood Fall/Winter Hours 2017/2018
Sunday: Kitchen 1130am to 11pm. Bar open til Midnight.
Monday: Kitchen 1130am to 11pm. Bar open til Midnight.
Tuesday: Kitchen 1130am to 11pm. Bar open til Midnight.
Wednesday: Kitchen 1130am to 11pm. Bar open til Midnight.
Thursday: Kitchen 1130am to 11pm. Bar open til Midnight.
Friday: Kitchen 1130am to 11pm. Bar open til 1am.
Saturday: Kitchen 1130am to 11pm. Bar open til 1am.

Happy Seattle Gay Pride!!!

Much love to our LGBTQ family!

Be safe and have fun at the Seattle Gay Pride Parade today <3

Greenwood Car show June 24th!

Join us for the annual Greenwood Car Show this Saturday June 24th 8 am to 4 pm hosted by the Greenwood Knights Car Club, Seattle.

El Chupacabra Greenwood will be open at 11 am with brunch, lunch and booze to make your car viewing experience all the better!

 

Get Out & Boat Fest on SLU!

This event is happening right out front of El Chupacabra South Lake Union

Saturday June 24, 11 am to 3 pm, is the Get Out & Boat Fest
901 Fairview Ave N, Seattle, Washington 98109

Want to venture into the world of boating but don’t know where to start? Already own a boat and want to hone your on-the-water skills? Simply looking for a lively way to spend your Saturday afternoon? Then come on out Saturday, June 24th to the Get Out & Boat Fest on South Lake Union!

At the Get Out & Boat Fest:

Enjoy FREE 45-minute power and sailboat rides around Lake Union and experience the thrill of gliding across the water.

Learn new skills at docking, anchoring, technology, rigging and knot-tying clinics with the guidance of industry professionals.

Attend boating seminars offered by marine experts that will cover topics such as how to buy a boat and cruising and fishing in the San Juan Islands.

Stroll the docks and visit booths to learn what it takes to get into boating, from how to finance and insure a boat to alternative means of getting on the water such as chartering and boat share programs. Also visit the WA State Boating Program and pick up tips to enjoy the water safely.

This entirely FREE family-friendly event is great for the kids, who can join the Center for Wooden Boats for toy boat building while listening to live music and enjoying treats from local food carts.

So what are you waiting for? Seas the Day – Get Out & Boat!

See more info at: www.boatsafloatshow.com

May Art Walk The BIG One! Greenwood

It’s the neighborhood’s annual art party. A wide variety of visual art, live music, food and drink specials at 80+ businesses from 59th to 90th.

Highlights this year include the first annual Seattle Recycled Arts Festival hosted by Urban Light Studio and the NW Fine Arts Competition at the Phinney Center Gallery.

Friday, May 12, from 6 – 9 pm and Saturday, May 13, from noon – 5 pm.

Details and maps will be available online at http://artupphinneywood.com/

We are featuring artist Nathan Hoffman

Read more about his scrap metal recycled art here, photos to come!

 

It’s Cinco De Drinko weekend!

Come into any of our three locations for rotating drink specials and hangover cures. We have all of your Cinco De Drinko needs covered.

The Chupacabra on Evening Magazine

Shout out to El Chupacabra from KEXP’s Morning show John Richards on Evening 
See the full feature here!
“John says it’s all about menu choices and being able to go out to dinner with friends who want meat. So even though Chupacabra isn’t a vegan specific restaurant, there’s always something for him to pick.

“We come here because there are so many vegan options,” said John. “You want to get your Mexican on and you want to have margaritas. It’s not like you just hide at home and eat sticks and berries.”

“When we looked on the menu we were blown away, you know how punk rock awesome Mexican had options for us. We were just blown away,” said John.

Alki Location Expanding!

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BIZNOTE: El Chupacabra expanding Alki space

Some weeks after Thailanding on Alki quietly closed, its signage and blue paint are gone, and a building-permit application confirms a reader tip that El Chupacabra is expanding into that upstairs space at 2620 Alki SW. We asked proprietor Aaron for details:


“We are excited to be expanding the Chupacabra into the upstairs soon. The plan is to add another full bar upstairs with additional seating for 29 inside and 15 on the upper patio. We will be using the upstairs for overflow seating for the summer months. For the winters we will be using the space for private parties and events. The current plan is to add a covered pergola and gas heating to the upper patio for outside dining on the cooler days.”

No date for completion yet – Wright says that “the permit process is taking longer than expected” which seems to be the case for just about every commercial project these days – but he’s hoping to be ready * “by early summer, June-ish.”  It’s been six years now since the Alki location opened – the second El Chupacabra, after Greenwood – and Wright added a third location at South Lake Union in 2015.

*Estimated completion will be by then end of summer or start of fall 2017, fingers crossed!