100 N. Commercial St
Bellingham, WA

To-Go & Delivery Reservations

Hours

Tuesday 4-10
Wednesday 4-10
Thursday 4-12
Friday 4-12
Saturday 4-12
Sunday 4-10

A 21+ establishment.
Closed July 4.
The sunlit front of the Admiralty Lounge, all glass with golden text and overflowing flower planters beneath.
A woman plays fiddle and a man plays harmonica in the front of the house.
A close-up of a beautiful pink cocktail with a dried lemon slice in it.
A close-up of three gorgeous deviled eggs, each bearing a single chive and a daub of red sauce.
A packed house full of people chatting and enjoying their fare.
A can of local grisette next to a plate stacked high with fish and chips and fresh slaw.
A close-up of the planters outside the front door, spilling over with flowers.
A Citadel martini and a finger of Ardbeg Scotch flanking a caviar appetizer.
A top-down closeup of a half-devoured plate of the Admiralty's signature hog jowl ice cream, topped with red compote and some kind of crumble.
A glowing five-star review from Google Maps.
A glowing five-star review from Google Maps.
A glowing five-star review from Google Maps.
A glowing five-star review from Google Maps.
A glowing five-star review from Google Maps.
A glowing five-star review from Google Maps.
A glowing five-star review from Google Maps.
A glowing five-star review from Google Maps.
A glowing five-star review from Google Maps.
A glowing five-star review from Google Maps.
A glowing five-star review from Google Maps.
A glowing five-star review from Google Maps.
A glowing five-star review from Google Maps.

Our Crew

When Chef Jeremiah Leighton came on board at Admiralty Lounge, he immediately brought his enthusiasm and joy for delicious food with him but his secret weapon is the unconventional approach he brings to putting flavors together. For Chef Jeremiah, there is no rule above the mandate to make our offerings as delicious as possible, and if that leads to unconventional places, all the better! We are so lucky tp have him and hope you'll come try his offerings soon!
When we set sail on the journey of The Admiralty, we knew we would need an experienced hand on the rudder who spoke our crazy shorthand and shared a passion for spectacular experiences. As many of you have already learned, Kat is that and much more; a veritable point of intersection on the paths of excellence and sass. Many of the menus favorites are her creation: The Cork Leg, The Wellerman, Dogfish Catfight and more leap from her mind to your glass. If you haven't had a chance to say hello, we'd say there's no time like the present!
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MUSIC

David Donohue, a white man with spectacles in a wide-brimmed hat. In his arms he holds an adorable black lamb.

David Donohue

From ballads about the expulsion of the Chinese workers, to sailing on Bellingham bay on a tiny sailboat in a storm, David Donohue sings well-crafted, lyrical songs of life and living in and around Bellingham.
Thursday, June 6, 7p - 9p
Two young white folks in beige cowboy hats and big jackets smile and blow a kiss toward the camera.

Yogoman & Bongo Jac

Yogoman & Bongo Jac create a Swamp Boogie sound, combining Early Rock n Roll, Country, Soul and Jazz with vintage Jamaican music. This American duo echoes the region in which they live - N.E. Texas on the Louisiana border. With the sweetness of the pines and depths of the swamp, their heart felt harmonies and rhythmic strength create danceable music that brings a positive vibration to any stage.
Friday, June 7, 7p - 9p
A man in a wide-brimmed hat and sunglesses sits on a fire hydrant in downtown Bellingham, playing the guitar. At his feet, a dog lies on the ground, earnestly singing along.

Badd Dogg Blues Society w/ Andy Koch

Formed in 1995, The Badd Dog Blues Society tours steadily, working three to four nights a week from the mountains to the islands and back again. They have toured southeast Alaska from Petersburg to Juneau to Port Protection and all point in between for over ten years. The band travels as a four- to five- piece, drawing from a growing dog pound orchestra of more than 40 top-notch players, spreading the word of the blues throughout the Northwest corner of the lower 48.

Tapping the wealth of abundant talent in the Bellingham blues scene, Andy Koch has brought together an up-tempo ensemble sure to please blues lovers everywhere. You'll be in for an evening to remember as Andy and his band wag their way through the back alleys of the blues - dancing, singing and howling the night away.
Sunday, June 9, 6p - 8p
A white man with long, brown hair in a plaid flannel shirt looks down to his guitar, which he plays at a show in a venue full of multicolored lights.

Ivan Sandomire

Ivan Sandomire is a Whatcom County musician and theatre performer. He's glad for the opportunity to share an evening of original music, mixed in with songs from some of his favorite artists, at the Admiralty Lounge. You can find his music on iTunes and other music streaming platforms. You can also catch him Wednesdays (often playing late night) as the current host of the Honey Moon's open mic.
Thursday, June 13, 7p - 9p
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Sarah Goodin

Sarah Goodin is a singer-songwriter from Bellingham, WA known for her mellifluous voice and poignant songwriting. Her mother tells a story of Goodin as a toddler, crawling up onto the kitchen table and dancing and singing along to Lionel Richie while her mother did dishes. Now she is the full-time parent of a gorgeous, brilliant, and hilarious child of her own. Chorally trained with a lifelong love for jazz, folk, blues, and classical music, Sarah is a veteran of Bellingham's open mic and songwriting circles.
Sunday, June 16, 6p - 8p
A 30ish woman with long, brown hair grins as if mid-laugh, looking down and away from the camera. She wears a brown jacket matching her hair and a black scarf, standing in front of a field distantly backed by a forest.

Matney Cook

Matney Cook is a singer/songwriter from the Skagit Valley in the pacific northwest. Currently living in the Seattle area, she has led bands like Mudflat Walkers and Nobody’s Peach in addition to her frequent solo performances.

Matney has a vocal style inspired by jazz but influenced by honky tonk and folk. Her writing style from song to song varies from waltzy tunes and heart felt love songs to uplifting ballads and sassy country numbers.
Thursday, June 20, 7p - 9p
A ruddy-faced man with a full, neatly trimmed beard stands in front of a forested backdrop, staring determinedly out of frame. He wears a neat white cowboy hat and black button-up shirt with white trim and cow skull accents, and holds an acoustic guitar closely with both hands.

Ron Hardesty

Performing "Tales Of The Yodeling Dog" and other original songs. Ron, who has lived in Bellingham since 1975, has been singing and playing since the mid 60s. He fronted the Lost Highway Band for 12 years along with Johnny Waco, and has performed his own music at venues from Portland to Blaine (and the Cactus Cafe in Austin).
Sunday, June 23, 6p - 8p
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Towse

Towse is a London based duo with violin, piano and two voices. They play feelings-forward-folk-pop with a sense of humour and theatrical energy and their songs have a vulnerability every audience can connect with. People that like Phoebe Bridgers, Joni Mitchell, Regina Spektor, or Fiona Apple will enjoy their show.
Thursday, June 27, 7p - 9p
David Donohue, a white man with spectacles in a wide-brimmed hat. In his arms he holds an adorable black lamb.

David Donohue

& special guest TBA

From ballads about the expulsion of the Chinese workers, to sailing on Bellingham bay on a tiny sailboat in a storm, David Donohue sings well-crafted, lyrical songs of life and living in and around Bellingham.
Tuesday, July 2, 7p - 9p
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Pete Irving & Mickey Stylin

If you take Hot Damn Scandal and just keep pulling off masks like some overwrought Scooby Doo villain reveal you'll soon find that the real culprits were Pete Irving and Mickey Stylin all along. Stand up bass, resonator guitar, thoughtful harmonies, and sturdy livers will be the accompaniment to your cocktails and comestibles.
Friday, July 5, 7p - 9p
Two white 20somethings, both facing each other intently in profile with their hands placed together as if praying. She has long, wavy, blonde hair and he has dark brown hair, a trim beard, and glasses. Both wear plaid flannel shirts. The background is a fluorescent close-up of a Polish dictionary.

Ludlings

Indie-rock/pop/folk band Ludlings formed in Bellingham in 2018 when Ariel and Van met as the result of a very fortuitous Craigslist posting. Following the bringing on of Walker on drums, the trio quickly began recording and playing shows throughout Whatcom and Skagit county for the next year and a half.

Despite the group eventually moving to all different parts of the world and Walker eventually moving on, Ariel and Van continued to play and record together remotely, eventually releasing “Old Feelings”, their debut album with the collaboration and support from family and friends along the way.
Tuesday, July 9, 7p - 9p
In front of a beautiful and humongous spherical cutout lamp, two string players duet; him in a flat cap and sweater, her with a brown ponytail and warm-toned clothes.

The House Wrens

The House Wrens are virtuosic folk duo Kera-Lynne Newman & Jan Peters performing some Irish tunes, a few American ones, and a few original songs with fiddle/harmonica & fiddle/guitar.
Friday, August 2, 7p - 9p
A Mexican-American woman with straight hair flashes a brilliant smile during a concert. She wears a black dress and a low-cut black shirt with long sleeves, holds a guitar and stands between a stage light and a microphone.

Shannon Patiño

Shannon Patiño is a Mexican American singer-songwriter who captures an audience with her soothing yet powerful vocals and emotional songwriting. Shannon isn't afraid of being vulnerable and writes about personal struggles, thoughts, and experiences centered around themes of self-worth, love, and women's empowerment. Shannon aims to connect with her listeners through her honest songwriting.
Friday, September 6, 7p - 9p

A L S O


Tad Kroening

July 23

P R E V I O U S L Y

Roger Thorne
Shannon Patiño
Louis Ledford & Norah McLaughlin
Cullen Gray
Morgan McHugh
Pete Irving & Mickey Stylin
Tenderpile's Smile Aisle
Lucas Warford
Free Harmony
Sarah Goodin
Sam Chue
Chuck and Carr
The House Wrens
Octavia McAloon
David Donohue
Ron Hardesty
Paige Woods
The Moving Hats
Blue Collar Grass Band
Emily Freudenberger
Badd Dogg Howl-O-Ween
Russell Thompson