The Sixgill hasn’t been around that long, having just opened their doors back in April of 2013. In the short time since their opening, however, they’ve gained quite a reputation for a great craft beer selection, great cocktails from their full bar and really delicious food. Featuring one of the healthier pub menus in the city, The Sixgill’s regular menu includes such choices as roasted cauliflower, stuffed pardon peppers (stuffed with goat cheese), slated beet salad, fajita steak melt and more.
With Seattle Beer Week kicking off just one week from tomorrow, on May 8th, selecting which events to attend can certainly be a challenge (watch for an article on Craft Beer Monger’s picks for SBW 2014, coming soon). Livers are strained, taxis are hailed and budgets are stretched thin as the ‘week’ (Seattle Beer ‘Week’ is really 10 days long), draws out.
Each year during Seattle Beer Week you can always find a few special brewer’s dinners, which usually feature unique food paired perfectly with special craft beer selections from a particular brewer. This year, one of those dinners will be taking place at The Sixgill, who have partnered with Olsen Farms and Tomme Arthur from The Lost Abbey, on Monday, May 12th. The dinner will be six courses, with each course featuring a specially paired Lost Abbey beer.
Here is the menu for this special dinner from The Sixgill:
The cost for this dinner is $100 per person (tax included). You can purchase your tickets by contacting The Sixgill at: (206) 466-2846. Don’t delay though, as there are only about 40 seats available for this special dinner. Will you be making it part of your Seattle Beer Week?
Drink responsibly and stay safe out there.