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CK Diggs

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BA SCORE
91
outstanding

10 Ratings
Ratings: 10
Reviews: 6
rAvg: 4.09
pDev: 8.31%
Taps: 41
Bottles: 120
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Bar, Eatery ]

2010 W Auburn Rd
Rochester Hills, Michigan, 48309-3628
United States
phone: (248) 853-6600

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @ck_diggs

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(Place added by: inebrius)
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4/5  rDev -2.2%

tommy5, Jun 17, 2014
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4.5/5  rDev +10%

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md655321, Jan 03, 2014
Photo of 33nickadams
4.08/5  rDev -0.2%

The atmosphere is very much like a sports bar with some great beers on tap. It's dark and we were seated next to the kitchen, so we saw the inner workings of it, which I didn't really like. But I was right in front of the taplist, so that was good. Good quality food, although I thought the house salad wasn't anything special. We had some boneless buffalo wings that were average. The pizza was good. Service was good too. The waitress knew what the difference was between White Rascal and Blue Moon. The food selection has sandwiches, pizza, burgers, pasta and lots of seafood. The taplist is probably the best in the entire area. About 40 on tap. Hopslam and 120 minute were on tap. We'll go back, but more for the taplist. Good value for the food too.

33nickadams, Jan 22, 2012
Photo of kbeals
4.08/5  rDev -0.2%

My first impression of this place: it reminds me of a sports bar mixed with a restaurant. Not a bad thing at all. A couple TV's with various sports programming on it allows you to occupy yourself if the conversation is less than compelling. The bar itself has a very clean appearance and plenty of room. I can't stand bars that are way too cramped. Service was awesome, the bartender was very patient and asked how everything was a few times. Selection was also very good, they boast 41 taps, so it's grown substantially judging by the older reviews. They didn't have anything crazy on tap but had Old Raspy, 60 Minute, Final Absolution, and plenty of others. Food was alright, split the Chicken Alfredo pizza with a buddy, we weren't wowed by it, but it was decent. This was a pretty cool place and will probably go back next time I make it down that way.

kbeals, Apr 10, 2010
Photo of teovaldi
4.8/5  rDev +17.4%

Great place to grab a draft, a selection of 41 with the majority being from Michigan. You can try 4 samples for $7 so I had Old Rasputin, DFH 60 Minute, Ommegang Hennepin, and Trois Pistoles. I was very impressed with the 41 taps and will be coming back to try more. Service was good, the bartender knew what each beer was and was able to describe the taste to me pretty well. Food is average, the Jerk Chicken Skewers were exceptionally tasty. I'll be coming back again for sure, as this is the best draft selection in the area by far!

Rotating monthly special at 3.50. Fridays and Saturdays happy hour 5-7 all drafts are 3.50.

teovaldi, Jul 21, 2009
Photo of TurdFurgison
3.88/5  rDev -5.1%

I stopped here with some coworkers while in town for the Detroit Auto Show. It's more of a restaurant with beer than a bar with food, so the beer selection was more impressive than I expected. They had about 10 taps (Bell's Two Hearted, Rogue Dead Guy, Guiness, and 7 others which I fail to remember) and about 80 bottled beers (maybe 10 from Belgium, 15 from Germany, 10 from UK, 1 or 2 from another dozen countries, and the rest are American). I had a bottle of Reissdorf Kolsch and some Bells Two Hearted on tap, both were excellent.

The food was pretty good and the prices were good ($10 for a burger and fries, I think the most expensive entree was $15). Sports bar atmosphere with plenty of TV screens.

Recommended if in the area, but you should prefer Slow's BBQ to the South or Clarkston Union to the North.

TurdFurgison, Jan 13, 2007
Photo of jsolack
3.68/5  rDev -10%

Atmosphere:
Pretty nice place, but it leans much more towards restaurant than bar. One pool table by the door and one golden tee machine. Not a place I would go to hang out all night.

Quality:
It's a clean place with pretty relaxed atmosphere.

Sevice:
Service I've had is only so-so. I've asked a few question about their large beer selection and the waiter didn't really have any answers.

Selection:
About 110 beers with about a dozen on tap. Beer menu is broken up by the different parts of the world. It's a pretty impressive menu to get a sampling of world beer. They have a beer club called "Club Diggs". Thought about doing it but just seems too expensive.

Food:
Their food is tasty. Pretty nice menu and everything I've gotten their is made fresh and tastes pretty good. From burgers to pasta I've always been happy.

jsolack, Mar 17, 2004
Photo of inebrius
3.63/5  rDev -11.2%

Located just South of M-59. Post up to the granite topped bar and grab a beer menu. C.K. Digg's boasts its selection of beer, but the majority are standard. About 15 taps, mostly lagers, and around 100 bottled with few choice selections. Ho-hum. A pool table finishes off the bar and the restaurant sits adjacent. Seems like they're trying to do too much and please too many people, but, that said, I'm sure I'll be back for an after work Aventinus or two. Food is appropriately pubbish and decent.

inebrius, Apr 01, 2003
CK Diggs in Rochester Hills, MI
91 out of 100 based on 10 ratings.