Tap House Grill
Ratings: 33 | Reviews: 28 | Display Reviews Only:
3.95/5 rDev +4.5%
Visited Seattle in 2010 and stopped here several times, it was across the street from my hotel. I remember a huge selection of beer, at the time I was a newb, but there was lots of Pacific NW beer represented. You can build your own flights, which was cool. I sampled several beers in my trips. The place is very large and the food is good from what I can remember. It is in a great location, so if you are close I would stop by
08-07-2014 14:56:48 | More by MOVERTON1284
3.88/5 rDev +2.6%
My second son and i visited after a 13 hour drive from the SF Bay Area. We were in Seattle for the weekend to check out Seattle University (which he decided to enter this fall).
Atmosphere: We both liked walking in and having to go down to get the bar/restaurant. Definitely gave a different vibe. Decent crowd with a mix of ages.
Quality: My mouth was watering with the number of different styles. I DFH Aprihop and North Coast Brother Theolonius. Both were tasty and fresh.
Service: The waiter was nice, but a little too indifferent.
Selection: 160 taps. Please.
Food: We really enjoyed our food. Chicken pasta and fancy cheese sandwhich for my son.
Value: Not really sure. Probably a bit pricey, but it's downtown Seattle.
08-10-2013 00:03:58 | More by QuakeAttack
3.84/5 rDev +1.6%
A bit classy. It is downstairs in a basement, there is a large bar and quite a few tables.
The service was good. The place didn't seem too busy, and I was well attended. I didn't ask many questions on the beer, but the waiter was able to give a recommendation when asked.
Obviously the draft list is solid, a wide range of beers and all kinds of styles. Local and import.
The food was really good, and the value was so so for a place like this.
Overall I would visit again. Worth a trip if you are downtown.
07-08-2013 18:50:16 | More by Smurf2055
3.45/5 rDev -8.7%
A-It is a big space, but it is downstairs, no natural light, cavish. Sports on TVs, downtown professionals, slow in afternoon, busy at night, 9 ft pool tables
Q-food is okay, beer has never been an issue (160 taps), but it has made me wonder when I don't enjoy something new- is it because it is sitting or do I just not like the beer?
S-Staff is usually knowledgeable, usually attentive, but sometimes a little understaffed, beers on menu are often out
S- Who couldn't get selection right w/160 taps?! But they do better than average, almost all craft beers. Ruination on permanently when they don't run out, Russian River, Avery, Bear Repub, HUB, you get the picture.
V-prices vary, pints$6-7, tulips the same, food can get pricey, but happy hour has some good value like sushi rolls, wings
06-02-2012 08:31:01 | More by tokyofatts
3.06/5 rDev -19%
160 taps, it's a lot. That said a lot are fairly easy to find anywhere so there are only a handful to write home about, the first two iasked for were sold out but still on the menu, a bit disappointing but what can you do. They had damnation on the menu so that's always good.
Atmosphere is decent, baseball games on TV, decent music at a decent level, the bar is huge and its quite busy but no wait on a weekday evening. The bar seemed a bit under staffed so super wasn't super fast but the girl seemed pretty up to speed with what was on tap.
10-13-2011 02:38:02 | More by kingcrowing
Tap House Grill in Seattle, WA
86 out of 100 based on 33 ratings.