Interesting location down into a massive basement filled with all kinds of nooks and crannies. A lot of dark wood and old beer signage covering the walls. The service was friendly and knowledgeable. They had a good variety of house beer on tap with some decent guest taps. The food was pretty good but nothing special. Prices were a tad high but it's in one of the biggest tourist destinations in the Northwest; it comes with the territory. Definitely a must visit if in the area
This place is huge and touristy, but despite its location and Disneylike feel it is not a zoo at lunch on Saturday. The top floor is more of a beer museum, bar-restaurant is downstairs. A bit of a maze of rooms and small bars, Brewing equipment scattered about, dark wood everywhere. I took a seat at the bar and was served promptly. Taplist is a mix of standards, seasonals, and a few guest taps. Pretty sizable bottle selection as well. They have a flight, but its basically bar choice, which is kind of lame. I just ordered a pint of XXXXX since I used to drink that 20+ years ago; still holdin' up! Prices about expected for the location. Solid stop at one of the old school craft breweries. I remember going on a tour at the old location almost 20 years ago.
Old school pub vibe with lots of old beeraphernalia on the walls. Service was a little quick, but it a labor day weekend and a music festival was in town. Beer was decent enough, good range of styles, all the guest taps were ambers though, slightly weird. Close proximity to the market makes it worth the stop.
Cool basement location in Pike market, neighborhood bar feel, lots of old advertising on the walls and such. Beer was pretty good. If you’re visiting Seattle you’ll most likely end up at the market, so worth a stop!
Sat in the "museum section" which had awesome Seattle/pike/brewing memorabilia, beer selection was solid, lady serving me was hardly friendly, but seemed more than happy dealing with the crew next to me? She dropped the rating a fair bit, but was still worth going to*
Hmm yeah funny place this - Pike Place itself is of course kind of touristy and this spot has turned into a bit of a touristy cliché of what a brewpub should look like - so it’s kind of stuck in a bit of a timewarp with crap all over the walls and some faux English pub wooden stuff. The beers I had were pretty good though and there was a decent selection (not just 15 different pale ales!) and prices not out of whack. Didn’t eat, it looked decent but maybe a tad pricey.