Mollusk / Seattle

803 Dexter Ave N Seattle 98109
+1 206-403-1228
$$$$
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed 15:00 - 23:00
Thu 15:00 - 00:00
Fri, Sat 15:00 - 00:10
average 773 votes
2.6
Critic Reviews @ Mollusk
Brewmaster Cody Morris Talks About Menu Changes at Mollusk
Brewmaster Cody Morris Talks About Menu Changes at Mollusk Look for a more straight-forward menu With chef/co-owner Travis Kukull out of the kitchen at brewery/restaurant Mollusk, brewmaster/co-owner Cody Morris talked to Eater about what t ... continue Eater Seattle
More Changes For South Lake Union Pub Mollusk
More Changes For South Lake Union Pub Mollusk "... sorry that the city didn't appreciate what you were doing." The brewpub Mollusk continues to adapt to its surroundings. Back in January, the beer-heavy restaurant dropped its l ... continue Eater Seattle
Tips from the Net @ Mollusk
Ian Lloyd en
Stellar beer. Slim pickings for vegetarians but the brussel sprouts were awesome. Quick and friendly service GooglePlace - April 2017
Patrick Hyde en
Been here twice now, once for Valentine's day and once for apps and drinks at the bar. Every beer I've tried has been interesting and flavorful, and the staff is helpful. They have a bunch of good wine bottles for $28. Happy hour food prices are excellent, a little pricey for what you get after but everything is good, though not the best in town. Definitely recommend, especially if you are walking distance like me! GooglePlace - March 2017
Garrett Bryant en
Beers were great and the food was pretty dece. Foursquare - March 2017
Sarah Brauneis en
Be careful you may loose your mind over the pork dumplings and the poutine oh AND the beer. Great group of Brewers and chefs who are passionate about what they do. Very open to questions about what they're making and brewing. Again, TRY THE PORK DUMPLINGS. GooglePlace - March 2017
Scott Stevens en
Fantastic food all around. Best pork chop I've ever tasted, and a lamb Cuban sandwich that was out of this world. Dozens of beers to try, including lots of experimental stuff that they'll be happy to talk to you about. Atmosphere is really great, too. Low-lighting and barrels everywhere. Not the best for kids, but you probably shouldn't expect that from a brewery. GooglePlace - January 2017