Welcome to Pies & Pints Public House and home of Seattle’s Original Savory Pie!

Pies & Pints is located in the beautiful Roosevelt neighborhood of Seattle.  We love being a part of this thriving community, where we serve great food, carefully selected local beers, and handcrafted cocktails. We continue to hang local artists work on our walls and host some of the best live music in the area several nights a week.

Our dinner menu is inspired by a founding partner’s six month stay in Australia – our pies are considered “fancy” by true Aussies.  We make our pies daily, from scratch with fresh vegetables, house made stocks and expertly seasoned meats that are locally sourced.  Ours is a traditional five inch pot pie with a savory bottom crust, stuffed with a half pound of saucy, delicious filling, finished off with a puff pastry top crust.

Our desserts are also handmade.  Most days you can find our dessert chef, Erika making three-layer Chocolate Guinness Cake with Baileys Irish Cream filling, a Baklava Cheesecake, or Chocolate Mousse.

In addition to our regular fare, we serve a variety of specials, including our Pie, Soup, and Mac-n-Cheese of the Day. We also serve classic holiday meals, like Corned Beef & Cabbage on St. Patty’s Day.

We are passionate about good homemade food, good friends, and good work; these things contribute to a good life.  From our family to yours:  Good Food – Good Friends – Good Work.  Cheers!



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Happy Hour

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Late Night Happy Hour

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Events at Pies & Pints

  • Free Live Music – Bluegrass with Jefferson Parson

    Sep 2014
    - 8:00p -

    Jefferson Parson is a singer-songwriter with a love for bluegrass and folk. With the release of his third album, “Hillbilly Hook,” he’s also been recognized as an inventive, moving storyteller and wordsmith. Jefferson’s humanistic, urban voice is green-fused with the music he heard as a boy growing up in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Like his life, his music has come full circle: country to city and back to country.

    Blue Grass legend Peter Rowan was so taken with Jefferson’s Blue Grass and Americana tunes that he happily produced “Hillbilly Hook,” further enhancing the album with his own Bill-Monroe-trained harmonies*: “Yard Sale”, “Stony Hill Farm,” and “The Day Odetta Died.” Rowan called the latter “a gem.”

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  • All Day Happy Hour – Mondays at Pies&Pints

    Woah Nelly! Do you have a case of the Mondays? Well we have the cure – all day Happy Hour, every Monday at Pies & Pints. Come in, relax with friends, and have a cold one.