very much enjoyed our visit, Nicole was the waitress and she was helpful, friendly and knew the beers and the food. The beer was tasty, good variety and creativity. GABF medal winners all around. Don’t get the pot roast unless you’re hungry.
Not sure why there are so many negative ratings here - maybe we just lucked out. Stand-alone building in a shopping center outparcel. Typical Chicago themed brewpub decor. Service was excellent! We had Buffalo wings (OK but not great) and a Chicago style deep dish pizza (VERY good). Decent beer selection, and the ones I tried were very good. My wife and I liked this a lot!
DuffMan (339) the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta | October 6, 2007
Best of the Vegas brewpubs in my opinion. Itís pretty small an nothing too special on the inside, but the beers were all great and the food was terrific (4 of us shared a bunch of appeys). The 9 beer sampler tray is a bargain! There was a single bartender/waitress running the whole show and she was awesome!
kmeves (100) Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin | May 6, 2008| Updated May 11, 2008
Really a pretty neat family friendly brewpub. Beers are above average and the food is downright tasty.
Chicago Brewing gets my vote for best brewpub in Vegas. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable and the food is very good. The beer is great too IMO. They always have something tasty on tap. Same with the Four Queens location. Both are worth a visit.
Visited here on a hot afternoon in early August 2006. Not as dark as some have said - they must have gone to the bar side - the restaurant is nice and well lit. Had six on tap - seem to rotate fairly regularly. They offer a 5 glass sampler. Food is typical brewpub fare - perhaps a notch above average. The Black Star Stout was their best offering when I was there. Beer is standard brewpub offering - no style stretchers here - but all ok.
"We canít seat you in the actual pub. Theyíre filming a Sweedish reality in there today" So begins my visit to Chicago breweing at the Four Queens. Nice looking, from what I could see. Our waitress was extremely attentive and the food was pretty tasty.
Ate in the restaurant. Had the 9 beer sampler in cool mini beer bugs. Thought that the stout smelled weird, tasted it and they had substituted root beer since they were out of stout!! Pizza was good. Staff and manager were friendly.
Lighting is a bit dim. Bartenders make it a point to ask your name, and they usually remember it the next time you come in - nice touch. Usually 8 or 9 beers on tap, not the largest selection in town, but you certainly should be able to find something you like here. The Chicago style deep dish pizza is excellent albeit a bit pricey, and the Michigan Avenue Cheese Knots are worth ordering as well. Not close to the Strip, but worth a trip if you can get there.