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Pike Fish Bar is located in the former space of Tankard and Tun, a previous iteration of the same idea. Compared to it's predecessor, Pike Fish Bar has a refined, more casual menu with options for fried rockfish, cod, salmon, shrimp, and oysters. It’s also serving salads (with an option to add fish), pretzels, po’ boys, burgers, and clam and crab chowder, with a daily selection of oysters on the half shell. 

With its solid wood beams salvaged from a 1930s-era building in the Bremerton Naval Yard, Pike Fish Bar evokes Seattle’s maritime history. The space’s mezzanine uses reclaimed steel railings from Doc Maynard’s Public House. Pike Fish Bar is segmented into multiple sections at various heights in a similar fashion as the Pike Pub downstairs. An oyster bar and dining room share about 50 seats and have a window looking into the kitchen, above which there’s a private events mezzanine and mixed-use space. A small lounge near the brew deck seats 36.