Bar del Corso
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  • May16th

    We are pleased to be hosting a special fundraising dinner for FEEST. Their mission: To set the table for young people to transform the health and equity of their community by gathering around food and working towards systems change. They empower youth, people of color and immigrants to be an important and powerful force in the food justice movement.

    This will be a family-style Italian feast cooked with love by the Bar del Corso team. Tickets are $100, and can be purchased here:…


  • April6th


    Celebrate Easter Sunday at Bar del Corso with old and new friends – Filipino Brunch style, made with love by Melissa Miranda.

    This Brunch Pop-up will feature a spin on traditional Filipino breakfast.

    Beverages available for purchase featuring special Brunch Mimosas, Bloody Marys and full bar. Cash Preferred.

    Be part of our family and celebrate with us.

    Tickets include 20% gratuity.

    For large parties or special seating requests – please email

  • March23rd




    Sunday Pop-Up at Bar del Corso
    3057 Beacon Ave S.
    March 26th • Noon-4pm

    In this time of change, we the people must band together to help the causes we care about. Bar del Corso is opening it’s doors on a Sunday afternoon, for a group art show, fundraiser, and Korean street food pop up! Our friends Sun Young Ji and Matthew Dwyer will be making Korean steamed buns and jukumi samgyeopsal (spicy baby octopus and pork belly).

    Special blessing at noon by an honored guest, Ken Workman!

    Featuring the beautiful music of The Lonely Coast. And dance party! DJ Port-a-Party will be spinning 45s!

    Visual artists: Alex Garland, Robin Jones, Stasia Kato, Sarah Kavage, Angelita Martinez, Diane Mower, Morgan Sobel, Nina Ticava, & Angelina Tolentino.

    At least 50% of all art sales will go towards organizations that are helping the environment:

    The Center for Whale Research

    The Sierra Club

    The Indigenous Environmental Network


  • November15th


    We are opening our doors on Sunday as a pop-up cafe – and to raise money for our friend Mark Henesy as he battles cancer. We will be offering breakfast items, including coffee, mimosas, baked goods, quiche and fried donuts. We will also have a silent auction, with some great goods and services donated from our friends and neighbors.

    To get the most money to Mark, please bring cash and/or your checkbook. Those of you who cannot make it but would like to donate, please visit:

    About Mark’s diagnosis: Tonsilar cancer, Stage IV. With such a high staging, the treatment is aggressive, with both radiation and chemotherapy concurrently. This puts Mark out of work for roughly 4 months, and cancer treatment alone is expensive. 

    Mark is a fixture here in our neighborhood, as a longtime barista at Victrola coffee. He views his job as more than just slinging coffee, rather as being an integral part of a community. Perhaps that is because he has chosen a life of service, and helping people in need. We are so fortunate to have such a great community here on Beacon Hill, plus the community of people who come through our doors every night. So we are asking for your help.

  • August19th

    Bar del Corso is hosting a pop-up on Sunday, August 24th, from 11am-2pm (or until all the food is gone!)

    Girls Gone BBQ, will be serving up a menu of their Hickory Smoked Baby Back Ribs, Chipotle Pepper Jack Mac & Cheese, Hickory Smoked Collards & Kale and Cole Slaw for $14. Veggie plate for $7. Kids plate of a pulled pork slider with mac & cheese for $5. Additional slider for $3. Burnt end for $2. Come get some kick-ass bbq and your rib on!!!

    Southpark Sourdough will have assorted bread and pastries, including plain, beet and nut sourdough, baguettes, fougasse, plain and nectarine/cream cheese croissants, plain and anise/orange/lavendar brioche rolls.

    We will also be serving local craft beer and a small selection of cocktails.

    Cash preferred – VISA and Mastercard accepted.
    Kids are welcome.
    Eat in or take out.

  • October14th

    We will be serving Barrel-Aged Negronis at the end of the month. Believe it or not, we found this barrel in the back of a burned-out Fiat in the side streets of Palermo. We almost lost it to a trio of drinking buddies at a watering hole in the Ballero Market, but we were able to wrest it back when one of them passed out over his glass of zibbibo.

    Stay tuned!



  • October12th


    We’ve been meaning to get back to posting in our blog now that we’ve been open for over two years. Most of our posting up to this point has either been during our build out. Anything new has been on our Facebook page. It makes sense to begin keeping a record again and it just so happens that the thing we are talking about amongst ourselves the most these days is Initiative 522.

    A “yes” vote on 522 would give Washington shoppers more information about what’s in their food and control over their shopping decisions. Under this initiative, genetically engineered foods to be labeled could include chips, cold cereals, soft drinks, candy, corn and soy. Our food is already labeled with abundant nutritional information including sugar, sodium, whether flavors are natural or artificial and if salmon is wild or farm-raised. Additionally, American companies are already required to label genetically engineered food in 64 other countries. They should provide the same information to American shoppers.

    This November, it’s up to us to decide. Let’s vote for the right to know what’s in our food. Yes on 522.

  • June13th

    Our beautiful oven arrived after several long weeks of waiting. It came with fanfare on a big flatbed truck and they pulled back the sidewalls and there it was, wrapped up in a cocoon of heavy plastic wrapping. I let out a little shriek. A big smile spread out across Jerry’s face. It went onto a forklift operated by a man with a stogie (it was 10 am), then onto the ground, where the cocoon was peeled away to reveal the gorgeous blue tiles. Another shriek. Back onto the forklift, and halfway into the space when…

    I’ll let you read the Seattle Magazine article for more.

  • June4th

    We’re thrilled to announce our new-hires!

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