At Daphne’s in downtown Edmonds, bartender Desmond van Rensburg fills the 250 square foot haunt with cheer, laughter and expertly-crafted cocktails. The intimate space encourages patrons to talk with each other and mingle between groups. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

At Daphne’s in downtown Edmonds, bartender Desmond van Rensburg fills the 250 square foot haunt with cheer, laughter and expertly-crafted cocktails. The intimate space encourages patrons to talk with each other and mingle between groups. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Daphne’s is the happy hole-in-the-wall of Edmonds

With a convivial clientele and a bartender who’s always “on,” the tiny tavern is the place to be.

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