Pike Brewing Company, already a multi-faceted collection of spaces and experiences including a brewpub that doubles as a beer museum, is adding another restaurant, a brew deck, and an expanded brewery cellar to its downtown home. All of this was originally projected for spring 2016, but should be ready by early summer 2017.
The new space will be situated above the current Pike Pub. Expect a “Northwest seafood-centric menu” and a view into the brewhouse, so you can watch brewers working at the mash tun and in the expanded cellar.
The 27-year-old company says it’s timing the opening with the unveiling of nearby Pike Place Market’s new MarketFront expansion, scheduled to open Thursday, June 29. MarketFront will hold Bryan Jarr's (Jarr Bar) Jarr and Co. canning facility and restaurant under the leadership of chef Zoi Antonitsas; relocations for Old Stove Brewing Company, Honest Biscuits, and Indi Chocolate; 30,000-square-feet of open public space overlooking the water; 47 new tables for farmers and craftspeople; 40 low-income senior housing units with seven live/work artist units; and a neighborhood center.
Pike Brewing promises additional details regarding the new restaurant’s name, menu, and staff later this spring. Stay tuned.