Terrible Service, especially daytime bartender.
Very rude staff. Had to ask 5 times (server & 2 separate bartenders) for a glass of hot water to warm up a bottle for a crying one month old.
Got it a half hour later....by then, food was cold. They were not busy either.
Watch Your Money. Watch your money here, came here and got a beer and the bartender who didn't even serve me grabbed my money that I was going to use for more purchases. Manager didn't even care when I said something to him...I will not return...it had potential, but amazing how a thief can ruin that
Great beer, great food, great service!. Town Hall Brewery has one of the best brunches in the area. The caramel rolls are to die for. My family and I have been stopping here before the Gopher games. They are open for brunch Saturdays for home Gopher games and Sundays for home Vikings games. There is also a free shuttle to all home gopher games on the 7 corners, running every 15 minutes. Bonus for us. Included in their brunch is a beer, bloody mary or screwdriver. I ordered a Masala Mama IPA. Hands down one of the best IPA's! My husband had a tasty Hope and King Scotch Ale. Very nice brown ale. If your looking for a good breakfast place before a game, Town Hall Brewery is your stop. Their lunch/dinner is great too! After one of the games, we stopped in and had a couple beers and burgers. Our waitress greeted us with a warm smile and gave us great service (everytime). My husband had the 7 Corners Burger and raved about it the rest of the day. I had a wonderful Mango Shredded Chicken sandwich. Great beer, great service, great food and warm atmosphere.
Poor service from bartenders and rude manager.
The beer is not worth the bad service here, and the manager was incredibly rude!
There wasn't an attentive employee in the building. Definitely pass on this place.
Pretty solid joint, only problem is very slow service. I really like this place and I go there quite often. The beer is awesome and the food is solid. The only problem with the place is that the service is very slow. Just as one example, I went in for lunch one day when the entire place only had 2 or 3 other people in it - it took just over an hour to get in and out (without any appetizers or desserts or any hanging around after the check arrived). I will continue to return because I like it so much, but the slow service is pretty much a constant. So if you aren't in a hurry, then go for it - it is certainly one of the better places in the neighborhood.
Horrible Service. This place has fantastic beer but I gave it a low rating because I've been here several times and the service is never good. The waiters don't seem to care about giving you genuine service. On our last visit there was something wrong or bad in my drink and crusted food on the glass.. the manager actually came out to tell us why he wouldn't refund the drink. The whole atmosphere is very cheap and unfriendly and I would not recommend it for anything other than a beer.
Terrible, hostile service.. I Went here to meet some friends, all of our first time being there. We just came for drinks and really enjoyed the beer. Hard to beat a really good stout for $2.75. The reason I am giving it a 3.5 is due to the service. My friend came in the night before, personally and reserved a table. This was for his post engagement party, so you'd think they'd make sure the table was reserved. We show up, they had no clue the table was reserved. I will also mention they were very slow seating us. Took over five mintues to even greet us. Our waitress we started with was nice and gave good service. Then she left or went on break, we were not sure since she never said anything. We were then helped by someone else. We had very poor service. He was near hostile. One of the drinks ordered had something wrong with it. A few of us tried it and agreed that it probably had bad pinapple juice in it. Our server took the drink and said "Thats because its a bad drink" and walked away. He finally came back and asked if we wanted a replacement. The drink was still charged on our bill. We all agreed, out of seven of us that the service was so bad that we had no interest in coming back to this place.
Old Minneapolis lives on in this handsome brewpub and restaurant on historic Seven Corners..
The mood is nostalgic--vintage photographs, original tile floor, tin ceiling--and the crowd slightly upscale. But it's a grand place for a house-brewed beer, especially outside on a summer night, when you can watch the world go by historic Seven Corners. The fare is a contemporary fusion of American, Caribbean, Southwestern, Italian and German flavors, spiked with the house beers. Examples: nachos with ale-tomato salsa; clams and mussels tossed with pasta, sausage and dark-scotch ale.
Best beer selection within 500 miles. The regular beers here are incredible, the new menu is great, and the seasonal brews are always good. The brewmasters are not afraid to try out new things, either. They also have a really nice patio area. Best place for a beer that I have ever been to.
I think the service is good, too!. Maybe it's because when I am in town I'm a regular, or maybe I'm a regular in part because the service is good. They fire people who don't do a good job. The staff is friendly, funny, and knows their beer (and other selections). But it is first and foremost a place for great beers. The brewer does an excellent job of mixing very traditional styles with experimenting. They'll let you have a free taste if you're not sure if you'll like it, the prices are well below average, and you support local craftspeople.
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