Stopped in for some food and a taster. Wasnít impressed with any of the beers I sampled, and the food was average at best. Atmosphere was nice and the service was good. I guess itís hit-or-miss depending on which beers they had on tap and what you order. Right across from the Burgundian, so a good place for a quick stop if in the area.
I love how all the Elysian locations are so different. Not about to rank them or anything, just the first observation when entering these places. Standard full bar with about 16 taps and spirits. Decent food selection, and definitely smaller than the others. Big street side garage style doors, though I personally have never seen them open. Fun stop if you are crawling the area. Odds are they will have a new beer for you.
I came to this location because it was a short walk from bottle works - standard American pub vibe - limited tap list, almost exclusively made up of Elysianís standard products, plus one or two less widely available options - staff was pretty inviting - pub grub offered that is just a buck or two more expensive than it should be - I had a burger that was so greasy the bun fell apart when I tried to pick it up to eat it - other than that, the food was okay I guess - the fries were good - Iíd skip this location.
In a great location, staff was friendly, tap list was extensive, sampler flights available. Pretty good in my book. Lots of tap only offerings. Didnít try the food as we were in a rush. But you want put your name in at the sushi place across the street, grab a beer here while you wait for a table. Best of both worlds. Peek in here for some ticks then stop by Burgundian.
This is the experimental brewpub. Located in a pretty quiet area, itís a pseudo-sports bar. Food is ok, taps are well kept and fresh, service is good. I like it.
Petronius (24) Seattle, Washington | April 23, 2012| Updated May 17, 2012
Service, ambience and food are making this for me. Beer is alright, as in it might not rock your world, but all of the brews have character and are more interesting then, say line-up at maritime or naked city. Letís not forget 2 casks!
Came here for brunch and was not disappointed. The omelet I had was delicious, as were the potatoes. Plenty of food on the plate too. The house brews were all very good, but the Analog Pale Ale, a 3.8% brew was the standout. Absolutely stellar. It was a slow Sunday around noon, so service was prompt but disinterested. All in all, Iíd come back here for brunch anytime if I were in northern Seattle.