Reserve a seat at Yonder Bar and support the PNA!
After more than a year of selling cider to-go on 1st Ave NW, our friends at Yonder Cider have announced that their garage-based Yonder Bar is closing on Feb. 26. To send off this unique PhinneyWood spot in style, they’re inviting the community to reserve a seat at Yonder Bar and enjoy a pint in their cozy space. Yonder Cider is very kindly donating all reservation fees to the PNA in support of our vital work in the community!
Each reservation covers 1 person, lasts 50 minutes, and costs $5. Reservations are available at Yonder Bar Wednesdays through Sundays. There are no restrooms on site. Guests must be 21+ and provide proof of vaccination with ID.
Yonder Cider Founder & President Caitlin Braam in front of Yonder Bar, which is located at 7800 1st Ave NW. Photo: Karla Rava
Yonder Bar’s closure comes as its one-year extension to operate under the ‘Bringing Business Home‘ bill ends. Councilmember Dan Strauss spearheaded the bill after one complaint had shuttered the bar and many community members voiced their support for its homey operation. Last summer, Yonder Cider launched a collaborative Ballard taproom with Bale Breaker Brewing Company.