Nice small, modern space. Slow at 12:15 on a Saturday. 6 beers on tap, 4 basic styles and 2 bigger beers. Connected to a bowling alley, Had salad and pizza as part of a group and both were mediocre, the actual menu looked limited, but interesting.
Nice place, very friendly people. Beer was hit or miss with some very good ones in there. I enjoyed it overall, took a "tour" which was about 30 seconds of looking at tanks. I did not bowl I wish I had. Nice place with a good amount of beers on tap. Full menu but I did not eat.
Some interesting house beers. A couple really good but mostly craft beer average. Food is a bit disappointing. Sounds good on the menu but the execution just wasnít there. Service is not the greatest - from disinterested to downright awful the couple of times I have stopped in. Located in an area where you can easily make a night of brewery/brewpub hopping and worth a stop.
12 house beers on tap...as other reviews said From so so to real good...u can definitely find a beer for your taste... So beer gets good marks... Some other beer available in btl/can and I noticed many more taps ( half acre... Goose...) at the connected bowling alley bar so maybe I could order those too? Food was ok to great... Mussels were really good! Pizza was ok at best...I would go back but with so many GREAT beer bars/taprooms/breweries near by it may be a while unless I'm a block away at the apollo or something ... But it's comfortable and nice ... Not crowded a sat night from 530-730 at all...but Italy liven up later...
Nice little place on the north side of Chicago, Cozy. As a diverse selection of their own videos, around a dozen on tap, They are good too so so. Not much for other beers, thatís ok. Decent food, good atmosphere.
Eleven home brews on tap. Nice bar and dinning area with brewery visible through a glass wall in the back. Connected to a bowling alley. Beer was good and service was ok, but Chase was very friendly and accomadating.
Realized when I walked up that this place is right next door to Delilahs which is the place I heard about a bunch of times for their lambic festival. The two places couldnt be more different as Atlas is clean and almost respectable looking.
I got two flights and tried a dozen beers. Some of the hoppy ones were pretty good. The rest were either decent or at least interesting. The bartender was pretty nice too and made for some pleasant conversation.
Prices were about right for the amount of beer that I got. Will stop in next time to see whatís new and to check out the bar next door.
Nice set up with a bar, dining room and attached bowling, cool design. The food is pretty good, Iíd come back for that more than I would the beer. Diversey pale ale is solid, everything else is subpar. Hopefully they grow their beers a bit or this could be in jeopardy of going way.
Okay, the food was amazing, although a bit pricey. Their beer is good, but as far as selection goes, itís almost exclusively their beer. But they offer growlers. Very quick, and kind, friendly service. All-in-all a very solid place.