We know what the dog and the pony have to say about this place, but what do the customers have to say.
Servers in this quaint little spot remember your name, never leave a glass empty, are engaging, and constantly have a smile. And knowledgeable beer conversation abounds.
In only a handful of visits, I have received an education from fellow patrons in the forms of brewers from industry, local beer advocates, successful home brewers, and many a person intimately familiar with Seattle's rich craft beer culture…
But, here's the thing - the Dog & Pony is economically reasonable. I have drank to my delight (and my delight is obtained via substantial volume), and departed with a bill less than twenty dollars. The best Belgian on tap, the tasty Trois Pistoles, is served for the certainly reasonable asking price of six bucks.Steven B.
A convenient stop between Seattle and Crystal Mountain with great beer and food!Brian B.
Finally the new bathrooms, thanks Kristen! They’re really beautiful.Linda D.
Small neighborhood ale house with a great beer selection on draft. It was a Sunday night and was quite empty but got crowded as the sports trivia started. The bartenders and servers were very nice and friendly and made me want to come back for sure. They gave us a few suggestions and chatted up a bit. The food was also great. I had the buffalo chicken sandwich which had a thin piece of chicken panko breaded like tonkatsu and smothered in hot sauce with blue cheese dressing. It was da bomb. Oh they also have free pool on Sundays. I think I'll probably hit it up again for Sunday football games too.Brian H.
Delicious Scratch-made food as well as a Mind-boggling selection of brews!! Thoughtful, friendly service as well!Lisa T.