The interior is a delight of old world dark wood and a lovely old-fashioned pub bar. Nice fireplace for the winter. And, on a warm Seattle evening you can sit outside and watch South Union grow before your eyes!
Beers are good, according to my beer-connoisseur date.
Alas, the food is not amazing, but rather predictable american-pub fair. I ordered a ceasar salad: nice crisp (cut) romaine, decent croutons, Costco pre-shredded parmesan and too much dressing. My date's fish and chips were very good - crisp, hot, tastey.
Atmosphere was fun and, due to pub status, no kids under 18 admitted.