I normally look for a more 'roundabout' way to get to the breweries I'm visiting, since I'm on my motorcycle, but I got a bit of a late start on Saturday, so I took I5 from Federal Way, where I live, to the Everett waterfront. Scuttlebutt recently moved a bit down the block from where the used to be - and a bit closer to the water. They now share a building and parking lot with the Everett Waterfront Center; a beautiful space right on the Everett Marina.
Usually, when I first walk into a brewery restaurant, I look for the bar. I've always been the type of person who prefers sitting at the bar in a bar or restaurant unless, of course, it's more than just me or me and one other person. At first, I saw no bar. I walked into the restaurant, past the podium near the front doors, but still didn't see the bar. It wasn't until I was a ways into the restaurant that I finally saw the bar. It was situated in such a way that it couldn't be seen from the front door. The bar itself was well laid out; not too cluttered and a nice bar top.
Scuttlebutt Brewing Co.