The crowd here changes with the hours of the day. During daylight hours you are likely to rub elbows with reporters from the ... More
The crowd here changes with the hours of the day. During daylight hours you are likely to rub elbows with reporters from the Seattle Times and Post-Intelligencer. When darkness falls, expect to find them replaced by a chic set of 20-somethings who gravitate here for the wood-lined walls, and for the microbrews and ciders. The pub grub menu is fairly limited, but it's better than what's offered in most places. On warm summer days, ask to sit in the fenced-in outdoor eating space in front of the restaurant.
Great location! I tried the famous Crab cake. It was ice cold. I sent it back and the second one arrived 10 min later also cold.The cook stood there scratching his head.He at least made an effort. The waitress had a very blah attitude.So I asked for the check and left no tip.Maybe I will have better luck next time.This is one of the cheaper places to eat in Seattle.
A Tavern turned Bistro, turn of century furnishings unchanged in a classic bay windowed Pike Place Market Historical District building, sunset light, brick and good wood, delightful ability of ex-waiters -owners to hire great staff - smart micro rotating tap, good choices of spirits all around, above all a sidewalk set of tables on the best block in the Pike market Neighborhood. Get the salmon plate.