In many ways, Pies & Pints is just what it sounds like: Australian-style pot pies served with a rotating selection of local beers. But here are some ways Pies & Pints transcends its deceptively simple premise:
They even serve pie floating in soup. Appropriately enough, the concoction is called a pie float. Soup options range from split pea to the ever-changing soup of the day.
Atlantic Crossing is a typical British pub, offering plenty of old culinary standbys and brews from both Britain and America. There’s also a full bar, with which to wash down the latest Seattle Sounders soccer game, plus a full weekend brunch menu to accompany viewings of the English Premiere League’s morning-hours matches. But even when soccer balls aren’t flying on the big screen, this cozy neighborhood hangout, with its dark wooden bar, offers a pleasant place to sip Irish whiskey or belly up over a plate of Guinness beef stew, shepherd’s pie and other classic pub fare. A sometimes lively crowd can also snack on American treats like chicken wings, pizzas and burgers, then wile away the between-match hours with some pool from one of the nearby tables.