Tap House Grill
Ratings: 33 | Reviews: 28 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by hopburster:
2.78/5 rDev -26.5%
After many visits to the Bellevue Tap House, I decided to check out the Seattle location when I was downtown the other day.
1. Good selection of beers, usually served in the proper glassware.
1. Lousy, expensive food.
2. SLOOOOW service.
3. Several listed beers not available...I had to go to my 4th choice before finding something to drink.
The tap list is impressive, but don't get too excited until you see it sitting before you and skip the food.
You can do better in downtown Seattle...try the Collins Pub for a treat.
02-09-2011 00:20:07 | More by hopburster
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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
Tap House Grill in Seattle, WA
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