Pubs in Northeast Seattle
It will become apparent upon tasting the house barrel aged beers, perusing the guest taps, and tasting the excellent treats from the kitchen that the gang behind Elliott Bay Brewing have knocked it out of the park here. Up in Lake City and very much worth the journey.
One of the original craft-beer bars in Seattle, now more than three decades in business.
Sister pub-restaurant to the original Elliott Bay Brewing pub in West Seattle. Roomy, nice long bar, grand selection of house beers, pub-food menu, and occasional special events in a well-suited function room in the basement. Recommended.
One of Seattle's "3Pubs" group that also includes the venerable Latona and the Hopvine. Good neighborhood local with tap selection that leans heavily towards Pacific Northwest brews. Pizza kitchen too.
Newly opened at the end of May 2015.
Northend pub with good tap selection and food, formerly Hudson House before new owners took over.
Ravenna Brewing is a brewery and taproom that serves the neighborhood. Simple and functional inside, brewery visible on the lower level, outdoor seating in good weather.
Every so often, a new pub or restaurant comes along that handily exceeds expectations. Such is the case with the Shambles, which combines craft beer, craft cocktails, and gastropub food elevated to some of the highest levels in town. This one's a must-visit.
Seattle offshoot of the venerable San Francisco pub. There's an on-line beer menu for those who want to see what's on. There's also liquor and a full kitchen. Don't plan on bringing the kids.