This is a nice neighborhood restaurant with an enjoyable selection of taps. We stopped by for a late lunch and found street parking nearby. The main dining tables are near the front windows and along one side wall. The bar is toward the back and has some additional tall table seating. There are 16 standard taps plus 3 additional specialty taps (Belgians or uncommon crafts). The standard taps were primarily local and regional crafts with some imports thrown in but not as impressive as on their web site. I enjoyed a Diamond Knot IPA and a Big Al Irish Red. We ordered from the lunch menu which had interesting salads, sandwiches and desserts but I have to say the house made mushroom gravy was bland and made the meatloaf sandwich difficult to finish. Next time, we’ll try either dinner or brunch.
A friendly neighborhood pub with knowlegable serving staff and a great selection of taps that you may not find anywhere else in Seattle. Parking may be a problem as its all on street, but if you try it before dinner time, you should not have a problem. The taps rotate, so I won't mention anything in particular, but for a beer adventure, its a great place to go.
While I did nopt try the food, I'm told that it is a cut above usual pub fare.