Eddies Trackside Bar & Grill

Taps: 20 | Bottles: 20
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  • AMBIANCE 3/5
  • SERVICE 8/10
  • SELECTION 8/15
  • FOOD 6/10
  • VALUE 6/10
  • OVERALL 10/20
after4ever  (274) Brier, Washington | March 23, 2011
An interesting little watering hole out on the way to the mountains. Couple of dining rooms, small bar area, long physical bar. You can bring the kids up to practically arms’ length of the bar itself, which is kind of surprising because the place looks like the standard neighborhood dart house in a lot of ways. Stage at one end, arcade games, plenty of room to stand or sit. The lineup is certainly solid enough, if nothing crazy. Macros aplenty, but lots of good craft brew, and they have carefully trained the staff how to describe it, sell it, and ask you questions about your tastes. The food’s just a pile of burgers, sandwiches, soggy fries, and fried appetizers, but you can get fed if you’re on the way back from hiking or wheeling, and get a decent beer while you’re at it. The more expensive option in town would be Adam’s Northwest, but they’re still a very new entity as of this writing, so I can’t say much by way of comparison.
  • AMBIANCE 3/5
  • SERVICE 8/10
  • SELECTION 9/15
  • FOOD 6/10
  • VALUE 6/10
  • OVERALL 12/20
Packard  (31) Kirkland, Washington | March 20, 2010
If you are on the way back from Leavenworth or Stevens Pass, this isn’t a bad place to stop. On tap, they had a few good ones; Georgetown’s 9 lb. Porter (best bet there today), Deschutes Red Chair and Green Lakes Organic, Full Sail IPA, Mac & Jack’s African, etc.. Average bar food; I’d eat first at excellent Teddy Bear’s BBQ just a bit west on Main Street.
  • AMBIANCE 3/5
  • SERVICE 8/10
  • SELECTION 8/15
  • FOOD 4/10
  • OVERALL 12/20
bitbucket  (63) Kirkland, Washington | January 17, 2009
Eddie’s Seems to be trying to please every beer drinker, and succeeds to some degree. Out of twenty taps, there are about eight for the BMC crowed, another eight for ’standard’ microbrews like Mac ’n Jacks Amber, and then about four ’interesting’ microbrews like Deschutes The Abyss. The fact that they had The Abyss on tap a month after release seems to say a lot about the amount of foot traffic they get from beer geeks. The food is hit and miss: sandwiches tend to OK, while dipping sauces tend to excellent, my french fries were limp and soggy, while my wife’s sweet potato fries were tasty and crisp. Service in general was quick an efficient, the kitchen was glacially slow.

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