Hours:
Sunday - Thursday, noon – 11 pm
Friday & Saturday, 11 am – 1 am

Call in your order: (206) 223-1698

Delivery also available: Uber Eats and DoorDash

Upcoming Events

Hammerhead's 37th Birthday
Wednesday, Jan 25
National Tot Day
Thursday, Feb 02

About Six Arms

So where are the six-fisted drinkers?

The oddly named Six Arms is not so oddly named when you consider our beer-label logo showing a Hindu idol with her six, sinuous arms aloft. Inside the bustling pub, enormous windows and an impressive three-dimensional sculpture of our multi-armed mascot make Six Arms a destination for Seattle's funky Capitol Hill neighborhood.

Filled with a long wooden bar, booths, and a birds-eye view from the mezzanine, the pub also boasts a large collection of chandeliers. Pretty, aren't they?

Nestled on Pike Street halfway between Capitol Hill and downtown shopping, the airy pub features daily specials, a menu of classic pub fare and handcrafted ales brewed right on site.

Six Arms allows leashed pets outside on the patio areas.

Menus

Call in your order: (206) 223-1698
Delivery also available: Uber Eats and DoorDash

Menu  Beverage  

We offer Northwest-style pub fare that incorporates the freshest seasonal ingredients from local and regional growers and producers. Our dishes are house-made, and seasonal specials are always a menu option - ask your server for details. 

Gluten-free buns available! These light, crisp, locally made products are available for an additional charge with hamburgers and sandwiches – just ask your server. Please note: Although the bun is gluten-free, our kitchens are not.

History

Great art, plumbing sculptures and music are hallmarks of the Six Arms pub, but its most alluring feature may be the floor-to-ceiling windows that line its walls. Just on the edge of downtown, Six Arms' picture windows are ideally suited for an afternoon of happy-hour people watching. While they nicely frame one of Seattle's hippest neighborhoods, that, of course, was not their intended purpose.

Read more Six Arms History to discover what the huge panes of glass were originally intended for....

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