Nice, quaint brewpub. Offered a few seasonals that I haven’t seen in bottles. Service was friendly, and food was above average for the price. Elysian makes good quality beer and it’s worth a visit for at least lunch.
I wish I hadn’t been so tired (too much to drink at the Pike the night before), because the list of beers at Elysian is amazing. Highly enjoyed their Jasmine IPA and ESB. Next time I’m in Seattle, I’ll make this my first night so I can get deeper into their pints.
Much different than I anticipated inside, but it was big and had an industrial vibe. Good service and good food. They had several of their house brew and a few other locals. Great place to grab dinner if in the area.
Love the ambiance to this place. Of course, they’ve got all their own stuff, which you’ll rate depending on your taste. Their steak frites is a dish I crave until my next trip to Seattle. Warning: Parking can be a pain sometimes, but usually not a hassle.
Love this place as a fall back in the CapHill area. Great late night happy hour, all ages friendly and rotate/create their beers often enough that there’s usually something new for me to try. Unlike stadium location, no service issues here.
Unbeatable in-house selection, huge list of available drafts including several seasonals and one-timers. The Elysian’s beers are all about high gravity accompanied with high flavor and often complex malt and fermentation nuances. Although parking can be a nightmare on the hill, there is no lack of other amazing food and nightlife venues in the area. The food is well above average for a brewpub featuring seasonal fare and belgian inspired dishes that are moderately priced. There’s a certain dying-goth industrial feel to the building and a dark but welcoming atmosphere. The beer speaks for itself, is well brewed, and there are more than enough styles to please everyone. My favs are the Bete Noel Belgain Dark Strong Ale, Dragonstooth Stout, and The Wise ESB.
The original, and my favorite of the Elysian brewpubs. This location has by far the best staff of the three locations. Big open room seating area with tall windows offering a view of the urban street scene on Pike. Have yet to stop by here and not find something new on tap. Elysian bottles available to go. Great place.
Elysian was nice. It is in a pretty interesting part of town. Nice tap selection I must say. There must have been close to 20 taps. I had a few beers that were pretty good i.e. Trip III, and the Bye Bye Frost, along with the sampler. The service was nice, the food was decent. I got drunk at this place comfortably. Also, I was able to pick up a 22 oz. afterwards. Elysian does a fine job with their beers. Unlike Atlanta, they actually sell their beers in stores which seem to sell quite well. I would definitely come back to Elysian. Nice place with good beer and service.