This place tries to emulate a UK sports pub faithfully, and it’s mostly successful. It’s dark, with plenty of soccer scarves & TVs. The service is a little overworked on a busy day, but they’re pretty fast. Beer knowledge is suspect. Their taps are all UK/Euro macro selections, plus a couple domestics to round out the 20. At least they have Mac & Jack’s and Boulevard. Prices are very reasonable. Overall a fun sports pub where beer is second to soccer.
AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 20/20
This a great place to drink, eat and watch soccer.
A real soccer pub, the walls are covered with soccer scarves from all over the world. They have several big screens and a private room in the back.
Service is great. Everyone is friendly--similar to a pub in Ireland.
The food is very good--exceptional for a bar--and they have several vegetarian options.
The beer selection is great. I’m unsure exactly how many handles they have, but I’d guess it’s around twenty. They feature many beers from the UK that I haven’t seen elsewhere.
The prices are about average--I’m happy that a place like this doesn’t gouge you on the prices like some pubs that have lots of European beer on tap.
Overall, it’s one of my favorite pubs in the Puget Sound region.