Seattle >Maritime Pacific Brewing Company
Yes Yes Yes. I walked in out of no where & was wow'ed. Two words: O WoW. Fabu Beers. Great bar foods. The service & decore fit my mood & the location to the nines. What a wonderful memory from the wrong side of the tracks. If you want green grass & a view of happy puppies, look else where. If you're open for "different" or love beer, you need to take a drive!
Something for everyone at the Jolly Roger!. My friends and I went on a pretty busy night, but it didn't slow down the service much! The JRT is a pretty cozy little bar. There are wooden seats and tables that stretch around the right side of the room while the actual bar takes up the majority of the left side. The only warning I would have is to shy away from the windows on a colder day, it gets a little drafty. When you go, and you definatly should, do like citysearch says and order up the beer sampler and see what beer they have that suites you...and one most likely will! I like the one named after Seattle. Also, when I ordered up a plate of their fries, the helping was so large it took all five of us to finish them off! Cheers JRT!
Ballard brewer lures mateys with handcrafted ales and cozy environs..
Pirate paraphernalia adorns the walls, but an unlikelier scene for swashbuckling and plunder you'll be hard-pressed to find. Brightly lit and featuring a menu with mostly nutritious grub, the pub is practically wholesome. Unlike other area on-site brewpubs, though, the Jolly Roger doesn't feel like a mere marketing exercise; it's intimate and--especially when the old-fashioned stove warms a bone-chilling winter drizzle--rather cozy. Those who do wish to purchase officially licensed merchandise are accommodated, of course.
Appropriately, the handicraft from the adjacent brewery is the highlight here. Fourteen taps of fresh beer are offered, including two or three cask-conditioned ales. Seasonal brews, most notably Jolly Roger, the popular and potent winter ale the pub was named after, are especially inviting.
Best Beer In Town. By far the best beer in town. Great atmosphere, the kind of place you meet someone new on just about every visit. Staff is super friendly and the food is well above your average pub fare. Can't wait for the Navigator to come out later, one of the best parts of fall.
Seattle's best kept secret. I was introduced to JRT about a year ago and now I can't stay away! I never drank beer until I got a hold of their pilzner and the food is excellent! There are healthy meal options (try the dinner menu) to deep fried (I recommend the onion rings) that are sure to satisfy any appetite. Last, but not least, the staff are all courteous and have great product knowledge! Who says you can't have it all?
Great beer, great food. This is one of those places only locals know about. Maritime has a great selection of handcrafted beers as well as a great menu. The seasonal dinner menu contains several excellent meals, usually under $12-13. It may change every few months but the choices are well rounded and well prepared. Big flavors for a good price. Of course, the real reason to go is for the beer - Navigator, Windfest and the Christmas Ale - Jolly Roger - make the food all the better. The owners are great, and stop by and chat with the custormers. Check it out.
Tasty snacks and meals. The tapas style menu is designed for little bites or bigger ones depending on your hunger (or your alcohol consumption - Maritime beers are STRONG.) Oyster and Mahi mini burgers, great salads, beer-influenced spicy sauces, something for everyone. You should definitely give this place a try if you want a great beer and some equally great food.
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