Elysian Brewing Company / Seattle

1221 E Pike St at 13th Ave E Seattle 98122
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 12:00 - 02:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 11:30 - 02:00
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3.8
Tips from the Net @ Elysian Brewing Company
Daniel Hernandez en
Only rating based on happy hour, will go back to update for whole restaurant. After being talked up, went to check out the happy hour. Found the menu to be different from that described of the other location, but the pretzel was on both menus, and that was the main objective for my drinking partner. Being underwhelmed we opted to only order the pretzel and drinks so we could eat elsewhere. The pretzel that came out was similar/pretty sure it was a frozen pretzel that you would get from a concession stand, salt included with a conservatively sprinkled rosemary. The beer cheese was better than concession stand nacho cheese. The saving grace was the delicious mustard which I packaged to go and used to make sandwiches. The food looks good though, and they have beer? That's nice. GooglePlace - May 2017
Derek Stabell en
The gnocchi with prosciutto was delectable! Have it with fresh ground pepper to balance the salt of the fresh tender prosciutto. Complement with Chroma-Key oak-aged imperial IPA and then you'll consider a dessert afterwards? Nice work and fast service! GooglePlace - May 2017
Bruce Sample en
I try the. immortal IPA GOOD Perseus Porter. Good Schwartz the Beer good Had the fish taco. Also good They do not do brewery tours GooglePlace - May 2017
Randy Perez en
I had a good experience at Elysian. They had a nice happy hour food and beer deals. The chicken Kale salad and Pulled pork we ordered both were tasty. The beer was decent. The atmosphere was pretty relaxed. Our server provided us with good service and even some tips about the area. GooglePlace - February 2017
Nicholas Williams en
The wait was pretty long. The guy next to me got chips and salsa and it looked like 15 chips scattered on a large plate with little tubs of standard store-bought salsa and guacamole. I ordered sliders for 6 bucks at happy hour. I got two sliders with quality ingredients, but still below the mark for me. The point of happy hour food is to hook it up so people stay and continue to drink. Apparently they think the purpose is to just keep pace with food given vs. profit ratio on the hill. Happy hour food shouldn't be smaller portions / equal price. The idea is the little money you lose there (if at all), you gain in beer sales and happy customers. The IPAs were good. GooglePlace - January 2017