Near the water in a high end industrial type park. Long lines and lots of people have this place hopping. Unfortunately service was some of the worst I have experienced. 8 bar stools, we were on 2 and we couldn’t have been more ignored. Drinks, information and food were hard to come by. I have never felt so poorly at a craft brewery. Food was ’fancy’ and pricey but not worth the money. I will not recommend this place. UPDATE - Later that night we met the bartender at another bar and he gave us a bottle of the RIS for fun and free. Nice gesture, but much too late.
JK (420) St. Louis Park, Minnesota | July 8, 2017| Updated August 6, 2017
Visited on a earm Sunfay afternoon. Very full with a line oit the door. Large tap selection across a range of styles, including high quality lambic style beers. Staff was friendly considering how busy they were. They have a very nice place, with indoor and outdoor seating. I didn’t eat but wish i had because the food looked delicious this is a top tier beer destination.
Stopped by here at mid-afternoon on a weekday and was told it was a 40min wait for a table! Lucky as we were putting our names in, 2 seats at the bar opened that we ran too and got served immediately. Great beers and lots of bottles available to go. Good food.
Really fun place with a great location across from a cool kids spot, great family lunch spot. The food was really good, kid friendly. Great value as well. I had 12 beers 4 were really good the rest were average, but I had a fun time. I’d come back.
A cross between an upscale restaurant and a taproom among the stainless steel hardware. The wait was pretty long when we showed up on a weekend evening, but we were able to snag a couple seats at the bar well before our buzzer went off. Service was friendly and quick. The food was tasty (we had a couple apps) and the beer is pFriem, which is always good. They had a couple beers that looked like pub exclusives, though I’m not sure if that is entirely true. Anyhow, well worth a stop.
Cool place. As Luke said, across from a great park. A slick modern decor, a big bar and seating. Had a few brews on tap that I haven’t seen in PDX. Great service. Of course good beer. I didn’t eat there.
Visited here on a Saturday evening. Wait time was about 45 minutes which was OK because there’s an expansive park across the street where my 2 year old could play. It’s not part of Pfriem, but this is a major perk. The inside is a cross between an industrial brewery and a high-end restaurant; they also have a patio for warm evenings. Major perk for parents: a kid’s corner. So nice for us adults who need to keep our kids occupied while we tick. Service is good and knowledgeable, and the food was tasty - though I was very disappointed that they nixed the Belgian food. It’s a really nice place with really good beer; it’s well worth your time.
Yes it’s a tasting room, with all the big shiny tanks, but does it all have to have such an industrial feel. The chairs could easily support 300 pounds and I’d fear to see anyone who could pick one up and slam someone else with it. big windows with good view of the great park across the street and the Columbia. They explore their range of interests, with like 5 of 10 beers being saisons. High quality beers. Very friendly service.