Quinn's

(206) 325-7711 | View Website

1001 E Pike St, Seattle, WA | Directions   98122

47.613988 -122.319288

Open Hours

Sunday-Thursday 5 p.m.-1 a.m.; Friday & Saturday 5 p.m.-2 a.m.

 
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Neighborhoods: Broadway, Capitol Hill

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Quinn's
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Menu
Marinated Olives, Three Cheese Selection, Macrina French Baguette, Spiced Bacon Caramel Corn, Housemade Pretzel, Salt Cod Fritters, Frites, Foie Gras Frites, Roasted Bone Marrow, Scotch Egg... more

Reviews for Quinn's

Quinn's
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The short ribs and the sloppy joe shine at this extremely lively Cap Hill gastropub. They take their burgers and beer very seriously here as well.

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Lots of great little dishes on the menu, but the dish that stuck with me most was the pretzel with rarebit. Don't miss!

Quinn's
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Known more for their gastropub food than their 14 beers on tap, Quinn's takes everything they serve seriously. Great beers, including several made by Trappist monks. Get the burger or the wild boar sloppy joe.

Quinn's
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Stellar beer bottle and bourbon/whiskey list, with rotating and seasonal taps and a delicious menu to boot. Great for a drink, late night snack or even a heart to heart with a knowledgable bartender.

Quinn's
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A rightful focus on beer but don't forget wine and cocktails. Pro staff with a sense of humor. Great burger and many inventive dishes.

Quinn's
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5.0

Bone marrow, pig face bits, foie gras & one of the best burgers in town? Yes please!

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5.0
over a year ago

great addition to the seattle scene – Very cool place, service was excellent. The server was informative, and the ambiance was very cozy. Food was delicious, only suggestion would be is when ordering the foie gras mousse, be sure to ask for extra brioche, its seriously that good! Will be returning very soon!

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5.0
over a year ago

Two for two – Frog legs for dinner tonight. They were great. So was the cheese, and the chicken in a preparation I can't remember how to spell. If they're not refined diners, when you see the menu you may think you've gone too far out on a limb bringing friends here - but this place delivers! The food is so good, the service is fitting, and together with the ambiance, it's a very great, unique place. Next time I will bring out of towners here, because it's a place like this that I want to show off as the best of seattle.

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5.0
over a year ago

OMG – This Place Rocks... Was out to dinner with a friend and decided to stop buy and give this place a try..It was Awesome. The Food, service, atmosphere (only little ding is it can get loud inside) And no parking. But the Scallops were great on appitizer menu and I had the Coqauvin and my friend had the burger ..Was awesome..look forward to going back.

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5.0
over a year ago

Tastes Like Butta . . . – This is place is RIDICULOUS! The food screams "OMG" and has you begging for more! A group of us ordered practically everything on the menu so we got a chance to taste many items. The food here is rich and comforting so you don't need to eat a lot to feel satisfied. This is the first time I've tried bone marrow and it's like eating sticks of butter. The gnocchi? Tastes like little nuggets of butter. The oxtail? Like butta! Everything just melts in your mouth and explodes with flavor. How can you make fries even better? By adding buttery fontina and demi-glace on top. The kobe meatballs were bananas!! The meatballs were swimming in a creamy tomato-polenta-buttery goodness. Great drinks and service too and I can't wait to come back!

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3.0
over a year ago

Nice crowd, pleasant atmosphere – Great for people watching. Good crowd 7 days per week. Good food, great drinks. Mixed clientelle in a trendy neighborhood.

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5.0
over a year ago

It's all good – Even though I'm not a fan of that expression, for me, Quinn's last night was good, start to finish, all of it. I, too, am a devout fan of Zoe so was predisposed to love this place. I don't eat beef, rabbit, lamb, wild boar...so the menu's limited for non-meat eaters. They don't bring bread to the table, either, so vegetarians beware...you might have to have a mostly liquid dinner in order to keep up with your dining companions. Fortunately the booze offerings are excellent. I had some sort of Finlandia cocktail that was pink and refreshing, followed by a sausage plate, and topped off with a S'more to die for. Although it wasn't my typical dining fare - much heavier than I usually eat - I didn't feel bloated or overstuffed or anything but happy and content. The service is sweet and charming and just attentive enough, and the interior's light and beautiful. One caveat - it's not the place to have a "heavy deep and real" convo because it's loud. But it's a pub! Hey Quinn's, thanks for bringing such a nice vibe to the Hill.

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5.0
over a year ago

How many ways can you love pork!!!!? – Goodness Gracious!

I adore this gastropub to the very beers on tap! I appreciate good meat, and they give you good meat! This is a great place to flex your gourmet muscle and eat beautiful braises, confits and marrow. I have enjoyed everything I have eaten at this establishment and will be a regular for as long as I can!

Thanks guys- great work!

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5.0
over a year ago

bone marrow, gnocchi, and pork belly – My boyfriend and I went to Quinn's on a whim last night. I had been there before with girlfriends and enjoyed their burger and washed it down with a beer. That time, I would rate my experience a 3.5 out of 5. It was a good atmosphere and good food. But after yesterday's meal I have decided that it is one of my favorite new restaurants! We started with two small plates: the bone marrow and the gnocchi. I've never tried bone marrow before and was intrigued as to what it tasted like. Words cannot describe the flavor! The consistency is a little goopy (might be a problem for some textural eaters) but the taste more than makes up for the texture. Bone marrow has lived up to the hype! The gnocchi was deeeelicious. The sauce was creamy without being too overly rich. For entrees we ordered (and shared) the kobe chuck and the pork belly. The kobe chuck was really tasty and classic. Exactly what I expected it to be. The pork belly however was a fatty dream come true. I took my fork and knife and was shocked (and pleased) to see what little resistance the pork belly gave me. The meat literally felt as though it was falling apart. The square of pork belly came on a bed of something delicious but I was much too busy shoveling food into my mouth to take notice of what exactly it consisted of. I think there was corn in it.

Overall I highly recommend the restaurant. I would suggest ordering plates from the menu that are not traditional "bar food". I've had the burger which was good but nothing spectacular. My friend ordered the fish and chips which was also nothing special. Go for the weird items on the menu and you will be greatly rewarded!

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3.0
over a year ago

Unique Pub – I was visiting seattle and my friend took me there. I hear its new. We sat upstairs, it feels kinda dark and dingy, but still pretty good atmosphere. We sat by a window and roasted, unfortunately. It was so hot! (i hear thats pretty unusual in Seattle, so I shouldn't complain). We ordered some of the favorites, the marrow, the fries, the beef tongue. Theres a GREAT beer list, really cool and unique beers in really cool and unique glasses, but the food was okay. The beef tongue had the flavor of the grill, but not much else. The fries were great! But overall, the food didn't knock my socks off , Next time I am in town, i would go back for another beer and try one of the homemade pretzels that i was checking out at the table next to me.

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5.0
over a year ago

Amazing. Simply AMAZING – I love this place. The oxtails and gnocchi, fois gras, pate, marrow bones, everything. It's very rich, so be careful with ordering too much at once, but I can assure you that this place is worth its weight in gold. Delicious, great friendly staff. It can be really busy, but I can assure you it's worth the weight. The beer and whiskey selection is exceptional. Oh, and did I mention how nice the staff have been every time I was there?

Awesome food, see you soon.

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