Enjoy lunch or dinner in this 1920s industrial-style restaurant and watch beer being crafted right before your eyes. The creative menu complements the ... More
Pike Pub & Brewery
Enjoy lunch or dinner in this 1920s industrial-style restaurant and watch beer being crafted right before your eyes. The creative menu complements the beers well. Try the handmade German sausage with smoked pork chop, bacon and sauerkraut, and the poached salmon. And don't forget the Pike Street Stout float for dessert! Finish up with a cigar in the Pike Pub Lounge. The pub also hosts meetings, receptions and parties for up to 500 guests, with table service or buffet-style catering. Also visit the Seattle Microbrewery Museum.
Interesting industrial decor and micro-brewery. We stopped in after walking through the public market and doing some shopping.
The menu offered some great alternatives to the daily grind and complemented the beers well. The Bloody Mary needed some help though.
Overall a good value for the money.
Every time I go to Seattle I think about trying someplace else for lunch. It seems like I am always drawn back here. The Setting is wonderful. Fun and Friendly. The staff always seem like they enjoy where they work. They are very helpful if you have any troubles deciding what you might like. The food is good. But the Ales oh my. It seems I always try a different one. Today I tried Naughty Nellie Ale. It was a good well bodied beer very easy on the hops. This great choice for those that think beers shouldn't be bitter. I have in the past tried the kilt lifter. Shared a pitcher with my children when they came. But my all time favorite has to be their Amber Ale.
A great place to bring friends and a pretty good value. Ale and lunch was under $15
Makes a nice place to stop for a while during a visit to Pike Place Market or the surrounding areas. At night, however, the place is loud and crowded, difficult to hear yourself think.
Beers are good micros paired with an average pub-style menu, nothing stands out.
It's the first place we went for dinner when we got to Seattle. We were there on a Wednesday so it wasn't crowded at all. It's a great place to hang out and the beer is goooood! Their fish & chips is the best I've ever had. Unlike most places, the batter is thin, not overwhelming or greasy and the texture of the fish is firm, a sign of freshness. The combinations of the beer and the fish, oh, how wonderful.
Like the atmosphere and ease of approach. Good parking close by. Great pub food, friedly waiters. Elevator for the handicapped!! Include the visit with shopping at the Market. We park in garage on 1st and Union. Walk across the street and thru the building to eat. Then on to the Market. Great outing.
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