Paddy Coyne's Irish Pub - Pier 70
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Dinner: Daily: 2:00pm - 12:00am
Weekend Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 11:00am - 2:00pm
Our Wednesday night trivia is hugely popular with our quizmaster Billy Clinton keeping it fresh and fun every week( starts at 8pm).
Paddy's is authentically Irish and the menu is varied and interesting. But for a poor quality salad, we could have had a much better experience, especially since we enjoyed sitting outside for on a spectacular day.
I ordered a Fisherman's Pie, which came with a choice of salad accompaniment. I chose Caesar salad, which was a substantial portion for a side. The Fisherman's pie was very tasty, and I enjoyed every morsel. But the experience was spoiled by the poor quality of what appeared to be "day old" or worse lettuce (and hardly ice cold), and weak tasting dressing.
Considering I had previously enjoyed a much better experience at Paddy's in Bellevue, this visit was disappointing. Maybe I'll return for a beer (lots of choices!) and World Cup soccer.
Meh!! Barbecued chicken salad was really just grilled chicken but it was served with cold onion rings. Just a basic salad I could have thrown together at home with very little effort. The Irish fish stew was bland and not very good. What looked like a yummy biscuit on top was really just a puff pastry cut in a circle. It’s pub food, nothing more. We won’t be back.
Well open table screwed up setting up reservations on St Patrick’s Day (received an email that out reservation was cancelled), food was marginal. They really need outside heaters!
We arrived at 615 for our annual St Paddy’s day dinner with family. Told our reservation for 615 was cancelled! Our favorite holiday of the year was a big let down! In all the yrs we have gathered our family for dining on St Paddy day this was a first. First and last time we will ever go to Paddy Coynes. We were treated very poorly after we were told our reservation was cancelled. Open table and Paddy Coynes made a major error and let down so many on a favorite holiday. Awful experience and poorly handled.
I met Saint Patrick that evening!
It was my St. Pat's birthday (I turned over a new decade). I had made a reservation with Open Table for four of us a week before the March 17 date. Couldn't wait for that amazing corned beef and cabbage. Unfortunately, on the day of the reservation, I received an email from Open Table saying that they were sorry but my reservation had been canceled and that Paddy Coyne's was closed for St. Pat's Day. I couldn't believe this so I called the restaurant. They said that they were in fact open but that Open Table made a mistake by taking reservations. The restaurant was so crowded that the tables were first come first served. I had already paid for a room at the Edgewater for that night and was very disappointed. At any rate, we gave it a try, and my wife talked to the manager (Patrick) when we arrived explaining the situation. Patrick got us a table within ten minutes and took perfect care of us all evening. We had a wonderful time and the corned beef and cabbage were indeed delicious. Everything was perfect and the four of us had a great time. The only other comment I would make regarding the meal is that the last I was there, it included carrots which has been changed to kale. I with they would go back to the carrots. Thank you Patrick --- you are a saint!
We made a reservation for St. Patrick’s Day. We received an e-mail confirmation that said the restaurant would be closed that day. We tried calling the restaurant. There was no answer and the voicemail wasn’t set up. We checked their website to see if they were indeed closed. Nothing indicated that on the website. After our reservation time had passed we thought to look at their Facebook page and finally saw an announcement about St. Paddy’s day events at Paddy Coyne’s. It said “family friendly until 5 p.m.” We were planning on having a family meal with our kids and celebrating our Irish heritage with traditional Irish food. We didn’t go to Paddy’s Coyne’s because of all of this confusion, and now I am getting emails that said I did check in on Saturday and “how was paddy Coyne’s?” So ridiculous.
it felt like an americanized pub atmosphere wise but one highlight was they actually had authentic Irish food on menu!
While the service was good, the food was not. I ordered the Reuben Sandwich and a bowl of Clam Chowder. I asked for the sandwich to be lightly toasted. When the food arrived, my sandwich had been thoroughly grilled and was very greasy. it was so greasy that I couldn't even pick it up to eat it. It just fell apart. I ended up picking at it with a fork until I couldn't stomach anymore. The chowder arrived hot, but was watery and lacked flavor.
I would not recommend Paddy Coyne's Irish Pub - Pier 70 which is unfortunate. The restaurant has great potential, but is not getting the business I would expect for a pub in this location. We dined on a weekend, but the restaurant and the bar were empty. Why? The food? That would be a great place to start improvements.
Good food and service overall.
On Pier 70, right next to the Olympic Sculpture Park. I would describe this as a pub. Good basic food and full bar. Great location being over the water.
Great fun atmosphere and the food and drinks were super
A great place to eat, drink and catch up with friends! The food is delicious, lots of beers to choose from and a warm and cozy atmosphere make it a place you want to return again and again.
Delicious plentiful portions.
Paddy Coyne's is a fun pub with trivia contests in the evening. There are some outdoor tables with a limited view of the bay. One of us enjoyed the shepherd's pie...she had actually brought us to this restaurant because she wanted to order the shepherd's pie again. I ordered the seafood pie which was double crusted and had a clear broth. The broth wasn't very flavorful and the amount of seafood in the pie was fine...overall good. My husband enjoyed a sandwich.
Breakfast outdoors. Wonderful.
Sheppards pie tasted like sloppy joe mix. very disappointed.
We sat by a fireplace and enjoyed a warm and quiet lunch on Mothers day. It was lovely.
We had a brunch on Mother's Day with 10 people. Service and food, drink were all good and comfortable. Kids friendly. Spacious between table and table. Not so noisy at all. Easy access to outside deck to walk around after meal. Good place for Namiko, friends even for a business lunch at waterfront.
Special lunch for 6 friends. Good food and service and will go back.
I ordered the shepherd's pie, which was exactly how I wanted it. It was seasoned just right, not too salty and not too bland. Contained green peas, onion and ground beef - a great comfort food. My teenager ordered a cup of the mushroom soup. Unfortunately, she didn't care for the oyster mushrooms but found the broth to be flavorful. My 9 year old had the kid's chicken fingers which were a little too crispy/burnt on the outside, but the chicken itself was tender. Later that afternoon, however, my teen had a terrible stomach ache from the garlic in the soup. Overall, however, the food was flavorful and the service was good.
Our breakfast was great. However we were disappointed as we checked out the menu online and discovered that they no longer serve this item when we arrived. More disturbing was the waitress telling us that they haven't had it for about a year. The item was black pudding which is not readily available and was our reason for traveling to this restaurant.
Food quality and service was great. Menu selection was appreciated as well.
The food was just fair. The clam chowder was good but a grilled cheese was soggy on one side. The meat loaf was good but covered with lots of brown gravy. I won't be back.
Our server was disinterested, to say the best about him. He had no energy and rarely followed up with us. It was Mother's Day and he wished me Happy Mother's Day so I figured he knew I was a mom. Mother's were eating free on Mother's Day but he didn't take my meal off the tab. The manager on duty, a lovely Irish fellow with short grey, quickly fixed that and we were on our way. We'll be back, just hope we don't get that server again. Food is always good, sometimes great. That citrus butter is amazing!
We relaxed while traveling to Seattle to visit
with family with a Harp beer and dill salmon dinner. We enjoyed the Celtic music playing and the friendliness of the wait staff.
Paddy Coyne's on Pier 70 is a great place to take kids of all ages for a weekend brunch. It has a spirited, casual ambiance and gorgeous views, so kids can be themselves. The brunch and lunch menus have such wonderful offerings that there is always something to enjoy for both kids and adults. The Galway Toast plate is a special family favorite. And after the meal, the Seattle Art Museum outdoor sculpture park is steps away for a fun, scenic walk as well as going the opposite direction along the waterfront. For location, food, and ambiance, you can't beat Paddy Coyne's on Pier 70.
Our waitress was wonderful and outgoing!Forgot her name but had a state tattoo behind her ear. I love the outdoor seating but it would be great to have a speaker so we could hear the Irish music out there.
Great place to go with the family. It's not too crowded, right off the water.
Good selection of food and beer.
Parking is a hassle as you can imagine being downtown.
But kids had fun walking along the waterfront.
Had the fish & chips and was disappointed with the soggy and greasy batter. I thought about sending it back, but it was lunch and I was short on time. Food came fast, but no check back. Happy that they poured a nice Georgetown Porter, but don't plan on returning for the food.
Typical pub food and service...nothing special.
fun menu, great prices, relaxed venue, beautiful views,
Came here after a graduation with family - no problem getting a reservation, seated promptly, and the food is always delicious. Always a reason to come back!
Our family went to Paddy Coyne's on Pier 70 for a Sunday family brunch. There was something on the menu for every one of us, from kids to grandparents, and all choices were delicious and carefully prepared. Our server was pleasant and accommodating, and the view of Elliott Bay was just fabulous on a sunny spring afternoon. I was surprised at how reasonable the prices were for such excellent quality food. We will surely return both as a group and individually.
If your looking for great Irish food, great service and an energetic place, look no further.
On the waterfront.
On the trail.
Good stop off for lunch/dinner.
Nothing special, but good at what it is....a tourist-focused pub along the water.
and out-of-town guests. Great views, excellent service and comfort foods of great value. The variety of brews is impressive! It's next best to home cooking.
Kristin was a fun server!