Went here right before a Mariners game which turned out to be a pretty good time to go. They had beer out front with no waiting. Inside was packed but had a few more beer choiced. I’d go to this place anytime I’m back in Seattle. Mariners game or not. Next time I’ll try the food, cause it looked pretty damn good.
A nice place to stop and have a drink and some food. i was quite bummed that there is not any brewing going on at this location right now. They said all the tools were pulled out in Jan 06 but they will be putting some thing in some time soon. it will not be very big.
Nice bar, appealing menu selections, disappointing food, fantastic location for baseball fans, interesting old warehouse building, monopolistic lineup of mediocre beers. Only a watering hole for people with baseball tickets. Avoid at all other times.
This place can be tough to get into due to parking and the huge crowd during a stadium event. If one is going on plan ahead. At the very least plan on having a headache and remedy. Off peak hours and while there is no event this place is very easy access right at the end of Hwy 90 and plentiful parking. Solid line-up Pyramid brews that in general were designed for mass appeal much like Red Hook. The food is good albeit a bit pricey. An excellent experience can be had if you attend an M’s game and plan on arriving 2.5 hours early or earlier. What better way to enjoy a game after a relaxing meal with several good draft beers and then a short walk over to the ballpark.
Love this place...especially it’s proximity to Safeco. Very nice inside....sort of a NW mountain-y look....polished wood, high cielings. Great beers of course, but food is very good too. Nice selection of both. One of my favorite spots when I visit.
Was there early on a Friday night and this place was jamming with a fairly affluent crowd. It’s located in the newly renovated old town right by the 2 stadiums. Service was excellent and personable, nice to try their beer on cask, while food was very well done too.
leitrim65 (16) Seattle, Washington | June 14, 2005| Updated July 29, 2005
Good place to hang out for some pre and post game drinks. They set up an outdoor beer garden in the parking lot, just prior to Mariner games. Beers are good, especially on a hot summer afternoon. Food and service is average.
Big cavernous space. Pretty loud and busy every time I’ve been there. Food ranges from average to good. The quality of the beers is a bit spotty. I’ve had some that are very good, and others that should have been dumped. Still worth checking out.
Visited March 6, 2005. A huge place that really takes brewpub to new dimensions? The Chicken Melt both André and I ordered were very tasty and decently priced at $7.95. Parking obviously can be a problem with nearby sporting events but it was rather peaceful this early-March Sunday with no baseball nor football to be found.