Another weekend, another beer sampler. We were in Seattle this past weekend visiting our friend, and McMenamins is right across the street.
Their menu is pretty small, but with lots of pub favourites – Hamburgers, Sandwiches, Chicken Strips, Fish & Chips, and Salads. Lots of things to go well with beer. I ordered a Reuben, while my friends ordered Hamburgers, Chicken Strips (T-N-T Basket), and Fish & Chips.
My Reuben had corned beef, and topped with melted Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Russian dressing. I thought it was a bit expensive at $13, especially with the amount of meat given. The burgers were way bigger and only $11. The meat was moist and flavourful though, and the bread was grilled nicely. Their fries are softer, not very crisp, but still pretty tasty.
The T-N-T Basket was really good. Moist chicken, with a crisp exterior, and served with tater tots. It was also served with a pretty standard coleslaw and ranch dressing. Ask for their BBQ sauce, it’s good, but I think it costs extra. My friend’s also ordered Glen’s Burger, and the Wild Wil’s Jumbo Deluxe burger.
We ordered the beer sampler which comes with six 3 oz glasses – Ruby Ale, Hammerhead, IPA, Porter, Stout, and a Seasonal beer. Honestly, I prefer the beers at Boundary Bay though. Also pretty cheap at $8.
Six Arms McMenamins
300 E Pike St