Extremely busy night on a Thursday, 40 minute wait. Beer selection OK, Irish stout fair. Service was great. Cherry chicken wings fantastic, bratwurst dinner special, fair.
bpar73 (134) Bellaire, Michigan | January 31, 2015| Updated March 20, 2016
Nice enough place. Only moderately busy when we were there but somehow we were seated in an area in the back adjacent to the main dining area. Fairly limited beer selection compared to some of the other breweries in town. The beer they had was good but nothing exceptional. Flight of 5 standard beers was 6 bucks, which is reasonable. The food was good but pricey, especially considering the portions were not overly large. Decent place for the tourist crowd but not a place I would frequent on a regular basis.
Kind of on the edge of downtown Traverse City. Didnít look like anything too special on the outside but I really liked the inside and the feel of the place. I didnít eat here but I liked the atmosphere and the beer was good. Will definetely go back when Iím in Traverse City.
Stopped in for lunch. Spacious yet lots of more private seating. Excellent menu options and friendly staff. I only had one beer, but of course they have quite a few of their offerings and our server made sure to notify me of cask/bourbon version of one of their beers that I happily jumped at. A good place to get lunch or dinner for anyone, not just beer drinkers. Good times, and will definitely check it out again next time Iím in TC.
Fairly busy, but service was very attentive - note that I have heard of friends who had a different experience with service than mine. Most of the tourists flock to the mediocre pub/brewery down the street thankfully. Ordered a sandwich, Fries, and a couple pints. Food is fairly good, though only a handful of NP beer were available when i was there. The IPA here on tap was VERY fresh. Sure, Right Brain blows this and most places out of the water, but the Peak is still worth a visit before heading to the superior Jolly Pumpkin and the Brain.
I really enjoy this brewpub. My wife likes the food here (as do I), so sheís always game to pop in when weíre in town.
The beer is solid, but not remarkable. Itís fairly typical of brewpubs that are essentially restaurants first. North Peak generally has the four or five standard menu beers, a seasonal offering, and another rotator.
It can get rather busy come dinnertime, but thatís typical of any tourist town I suppose.
Iíve always had good service, and never had an issue with my food.
I never leave here dissatisfied.