North Seattle Sarah got to attend the “soft opening” of The Publican, the new restaurant and bar by the Brouwer’s Cafe / Bottleworks crew opening where Bandolero once stood in Tangletown (2253 N 56th Street). On her blog, she reports:
The Publican has 21 taps for craft beer, and offers an incredible selection from an efficient storage system. […] If you don’t want a beer on tap, just try their bottle selection – no wait, scratch that. There is NO bottle selection. Instead, there is a substantial menu of canned beers, which makes for a refreshing change. […] Like Bandolero, they offer a hefty tequila selection (0ver 30 tequilas), a full bar, and a decent red and white wine cache.
Wondering what you’re in for with food at The Publican? To start with, you’ll find brunch available all day, every day. Although the menu hasn’t been entirely firmed up yet, you’ll find corned beef hash, salmon hash, two kinds of Eggs Benedict, Belgian waffles, and family style hash browns on the side. You’ll also be treated to sausages and beef ground IN-house, grass-fed beef, and house-made sauces.
See North Seattle Sarah’s full report on her blog, along with photos.