120 W Washington St, Ann Arbor, MI | Directions 4810442.280590 -83.749554
Mon. - Thu., Sun. 11am - 11pm;Fri. - Sat. 11am - 12pm
Like clean air! – For the Den, the bar, walked in to eat last night and it was filled with nasty smokers and smoke, walked right out to go to Arbor Brewing Co where bar was smoke free - get with the time GP!!
Octoberfest in Ann Arbor – Going to Grizzley's, I got exactly what I expected great food and great beer. There steaks are fantastic and their German food is great, Reuben, potato steak sandwhich, and cheese and ale soup are wonderfully delicious. Must try their beer, sampler is always good especially during octoberfest.
Reach the peak of home-brewed beer. – In Short
The atmosphere is casual but classy in this large dining area accented with dark woods. The sectioned bar is long, large and stocked with in-house beer that's brewed just steps away. Wood-fired pizzas, fish steaks and rare meats are just a sample of the eclectic menu here. Order any of the fish dishes, including smoked trout pate or walleye fish and chips. Zingermans's supplies their classic bread to items on the lunch menu.
An excellent place to grab a brew and a bite – Grizzly Peaks is probably one of my favorite restaurants. I've been there many times and I've never been let down. The food is wonderful upscale pub style food. The wait staff has always been attentive and friendly, and it's a great atmosphere. If you're looking for a very comfortable meal in a cozy environment check this place out.
Imaginative flavor and taste in food and beer – Noisy and busy with a range of folks from families and couples to visiting parents and college students. There's good reason - beer is awesome and the food so creative and honestly mouthwatering brilliant! Would I go for atmosphere? Not at all. Would I go back just for those artichoke fritters?? In a heartbeat. The menu is respectable in size and gives diners plenty of options depending on your mood. Too tempting for dieters for sure. Value for $$ is OK, not great on some items. Try the cheddar & ale soup or their twist on a steak sandwich. I could have done with a bigger portion but it was filling nonetheless. And definitely order a beer sampler. Gives you something to talk about as you dine!
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