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The Pike Brewing Company
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Today 11AM–12AM
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1415 1st Ave Seattle, WA 98101
1415 1st AvenueUSWashingtonSeattle98101
(206) 622-6044pikebrewing.com
$$Brewery, Brewpub
Brewery
Brewpub
American Restaurant
Family Restaurant
Today 11AM–12AM
Saturday 11AM–12AMSunday 11AM–12AMMonday 11AM–12AMTuesday 11AM–12AMWednesday 11AM–12AMThursday 11AM–12AMFriday 11AM–12AM
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The Pike Brewing Company has been handcrafting beers of character in Seattle's Pike Place Market neighborhood since 1989. The Pike Pub, located in the brewery, is known for local and seasonal pub fare and for housing the world-famous Micro-Brewery Museum. Our menu of pub fare classics, such as hand-formed burgers, unique pizzas, fresh salads and Dungeness crab chowder, are all carefully prepared and reflective of Northwest tastes. Your friendly and knowledgeable server can recommend Pike Brewing beers, locally made wines, ciders and spirits or soft drinks to pair with your meal. It’s all served amidst Pike Brewing’s extensive collection of beer memorabilia and in full view of our brewing kettle where you can watch our brewers at work.


Pike Brewing brews year-round craft beer favorites, such as Pike Pale Ale, Pike IPA, Naughty Nellie, Space Needle IPA, Kilt Lifter, Monk’s Uncle, and XXXXX Stout along with limited and seasonal beers such as Harlot’s Harvest, Old Bawdy, Pike Locale, Auld Acquaintance, Derby Lager, Saison Houblon, and Octopus Ink.

The Pike Brewing Company is a family owned and operated brewery and one of Washington's oldest independent breweries. It was founded in 1989 by craft beer pioneers, Charles and Rose Ann Finkel. 
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Pub with a locally sourced menu, seasonal beers, tours of the on-site brewery & a beer museum.- Google
"The only thing that jumps out at me is their crab dip which is pretty lucious."
"The kimchi cole slaw was old and there were pieces of rotten cabbage in it."
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Rich L
a month ago
Ate at the bar. David was more than awesome. Gave great advise. Beers he suggested complimented our meal perfectly. Not from Seattle, from Fresno in California. But everytime I come here again, I plan to visit, fill my new growler, and hope he's here to lend his extraordinary knowledge with us
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Casey P
2 months ago
This place survives because tourists don't know better. I came here for dinner with some friends. The ambience is decent; it's a spacious restaurant that's not too loud. It's dim but more relaxing than a bar. Their selection of healthy vegetarian dishes was pretty small (most is traditional pub comfort food). I got the Harlot's Harvest, a playfully-named dish as unpleasant as it sounds. Wow, was it disgusting. It's supposed to be a sort of pizza, but ended up a nauseating mix of vegetables. I'm not so sure that cranberry, pesto, mozzarella, squash, and garlic belong together. The cranberry puree in particular struck a bizarre note, what with its sweetness overwhelming the blandness of the vegetables and cheese. I ate half and left the rest. By that time it had coagulated to an unpleasant texture and appearance. I paid $15 for this garbage. They shouldn't serve food.
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monabarf smith
5 months ago
Great atmosphere, loved the beers, food was fantastic. Get the clam/muscle appetizer. By the other reviews, food must be hit and miss but ours was so tasty. The bad-whoever came up with the idea of ordering food at the bar then waiting and hoping things will just workout should not be allowed anywhere near a customer service type of establishment. No waiter to inquire as to where our appetizer might be after 35 minutes. Of course it came out with our food. Evidently, appetizer has a new definition. Just because you are doing things differently doesn't mean it's better. Go here. It's worth it. Just take some chill pills before entering.
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Vast Lee
a month ago
Food was pretty good. Only complaint was the way they have their seating. If you aren't drinking you get stuffed up in the back where the servers are few & far between. Had to go to the bar to order stuff.
1Liveonce
a month ago
Great place, great local or touristy enviorment, cool prohibition museum/section down by the bar. Met the owner, great fella!!
Response from the owner - a month ago
Thank you! Glad you enjoyed visiting. Cheers!
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Tully Page
3 months ago
The burger they gave me was way to pink. I couldn't eat it. Ended up giving it away. If you don't like red meat order it extra well done. My friend ordered a mushroom burger...... They didn't put mushrooms on it. Don't order the $5 greens. It's literally a couple pieces of grocery store lettuce worth about 30 cents with vinegar. The wait staff was friendly tho.
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Chris Clemons
2 months ago
The beer selection can not be beat. The Pike house brews are all amazing. There's one for every taste. The food is good and the atmosphere is nice as well.
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Tom Parash
2 months ago
Good and service was good but the price didn't match the food. Too expensive for what you get IMHO. They do offer a wide variety of beer which is nice.