salumi, mama lils pickles, focaccia, greens & stone mustard.
served with tomato, feta, and cucumber, mixed olives, toasted pita and olive oil.
served with roasted nuts & fruit compote
Artichoke Crab Dip$11.00
with spinach and served with pita and grand central bakery focaccia
roasted garlic, arugula, mama lils, pepper bacon, roasted red pepper aioli.
Smoked Salmon Chowder
Soup Du Jour
In Addition To A Salad: Smoked Salmon 7.00, Grilled Salmon 8.00, Grilled Chicken 3.00, Calamari 3.00
wild greens, pt. reyes blue cheese, candied pecans, and berry vinaigrette.
angus flat iron with butter lettuce, fried onions, grape tomatoes, pt. reyes blue cheese and roasted shallot vinaigrette.
romaine crowns, reggiano and house croutons
Italian Chop Salad$14.00
chopped salumi, fried chickpeas, cherry tomatoes, romaine, fresh mozzarella, roasted garlic vinaigrette.
Half House, Caesar$6.00
Spring Vegetable Risotto$14.00
assorted spring vegetables, goat cheese, spinach, toasted pine nuts, reggiano.
house made roasted garlic chicken sausages, lentils, feta, grilled scallions and red pepper salad
Grilled Shrimp Pasta$15.00
garlic grilled shrimp, house made linguini, wilted spinach, green garlic cream, reggiano
Grilled Sockeye Salmon$16.00
couscous with spinach pesto, wilted pea vines, grilled asparagus, lemon reggiano butter
Ny Strip Steak$21.00
grilled asparagus, warm fingerling potato salad, roasted shallot butter.
Fish And Chips$14.00
fresh ling cod, chuckanut pilsner beer batter, fries and house slaw.
Crispy Pork Chop$16.00
warm fingerling potato salad, wilted greens, romesco sauce, fried shallots.
hand formed patty, special sauce, lettuce, tomato, red onion, tillamook extra sharp cheddar on a grand central burger bun. served with house fries
- Sub Vegan Field Roast N/c
- Add Pepper Bacon $2.00
- Sub Onion Rings $2.00
- Sub Sweet Fries $1.00
- Sub Chicken Breast $2.00
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526 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA 98104
2010 marks the 7th anniversary of the collins pub! This milestone surely would have never been reached without the support and patronage of -- YOU! So first and foremost, a heartfelt thank you from myself and my family. I hope you have enjoyed the first seven years at collins as much as I have. Here's to many more pints at the pub.As for the place: we're doing pretty good. My philosophy of the business - your only as good as the people that you work with - has held the place in pretty good form. Long term co-workers Shawn Pummil, Erica Karnes, Deb Kapteyn, and other kick butt, hard working pub colleagues that share the love of good beer and good food - and manage to cook it right and get it to the table in good time - are real assets. I'm lucky to have the friends/coworkers I do at collins.