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Group Friendly: Come for the brews and the company; stay for the food. The northern (and younger) sibling of Capitol Hill's Elysian Brewing Company, this easy-going brewpub enjoys a loyal neighborhood following thanks largely to excellent house ales, pilsners and porters. The kitchen, too, impresses with a global take on pub grub; offerings include Chinese black-bean squid, steamed mussels, shredded pork tacos and wild mushroom penne. In the afternoon and early evening, patrons enjoy drinks and meals in the sunbathed dining room, whose focal point is an impressive supply of brewing equipment. The venue's casualness and airiness mean large groups are warmly welcomed.

Brunch: The northern (and younger) sibling of Capitol Hill's Elysian Brewing Company, this easy-going brewpub enjoys a loyal neighborhood following thanks largely to excellent house ales, pilsners, and porters. The kitchen, too, impresses with a global take on pub grub – offerings include Chinese black-bean squid, steamed mussels, shredded pork tacos, and wild mushroom penne. In the afternoon and early evening, patrons enjoy drinks and meals in the sunbathed dining room, whose focal point is an impressive supply of brewing equipment.

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Local Expert Corinne Whiting Says:

Group Friendly: "If you want to experience some local flavor, head to this neighborhood pub, where the patio fills (when the sun shines!)."

Best for Group Friendly Because: The Elysian Brewing Company, an easy-going brewpub, enjoys a loyal neighborhood following in its bar area and its roomy, airy dining room.

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