Late on a Sunday night, our last stop in Seattle. Cool and dark, very calm feeling to the place, and while there were still some people it felt like the whole place was ours. Beers were good, not great. Didnít get food since we had just eaten at the last place we were, but what the other guy nearby at the bar got, looked pretty good. As others have said, might not be a destination location, but it was near the airport, so we stopped in and it was worth it.
Nice atmosphere here. We got there early on Saturday and parking was OK but I could see how it might be difficult later in the evening. It is family friendly here and sort of reminds me of a BJís Brewhouse. Good food and service.
A nice pub restaurant that is stuck in the past. Menu, beer and everything else was cool then, but now is not. Menu is decent with good prices and food, but again, stylish once. Good, but no longer great. Lots of beer on tap and great for ticks. If in the area, stop in, but only then.
Big open layout with lots of tables and a nice sized bar and a few tvís. Service was just ok, might have caught the server on a bad day but she eventually warmed up a bit. Decent selection of house beers and some guest taps. Food was great but a bit pricy. Great place to stop by if youíre in the area for beer and food.
!!!!! Business travelers beware, they do not take Amex .....
Hanuta06 (67) Washington | December 22, 2012| Updated March 5, 2013
Large and somewhat noisy with big comfortable booths. A fairly large list of beers on tap for a brewpub--and they even offer taps for beers that they donít brew. Growler fills available at a discount on Tuesdays. The menu and pricing is about average for a brewpub. Iíve been here countless times and the service is always very good.