Flatstick Pub opening a third location
October 29, 2017 - 11:29 AM- by Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog -
Flatstick Pub is opening a third location. The 11,000 square-foot pub is slated to open in the spring of 2018. The location is in Vulcan Real Estate’s Allen Institute building in South Lake Union (609 Westlake Avenue North). This will be the largest Flatstick Pub, approximately four times the size of the original location in Kirkland, which opened in May 2014. Like the other locations, the focus is golf-inspired gaming and Washington-brewed beer, with 30+ rotating taps feature Washington-only beers and ciders.
“South Lake Union is booming right now, and we’re excited to bring a new entertainment option to the neighborhood," said Sam Largent, who owns Flatstick Pub along with his brother Andy. "This location is going to be Flatstick 3.0 – a bigger space, expanded food selection and wider variety of interactive games. Like all Flatstick Pubs, this one will feature a large rotating selection of the best local beer and cider produced in Washington State.”
Just like the Kirkland and Pioneer Square locations, the South Lake Union Flatstick Pub will feature indoor mini golf and a new version of the Duffleboard™ course – a unique hybrid of mini golf and shuffleboard. They are also working on a brand-new game that’s sure to be a crowd-pleaser. The new location will provide outdoor seating and a dedicated space for group and company events as well.
“Flatstick Pub has established itself as an entertaining, interactive and inviting pub for locals in the greater Seattle area, and we’re thrilled to welcome its third location to the South Lake Union neighborhood,” said Ada M. Healey, vice president of real estate at Vulcan Inc. “Flatstick Pub will surely add to the neighborhood’s energy and 18-hour appeal.”
Flatstick 3.0 will be located within the historic façade of the former William O. McKay Ford and Pacific Lincoln Mercury auto showrooms, which have been incorporated into the new Allen Institute Building (completed in 2015).