Seattle >Naked City Taphouse
Naked City is a great Greenwood room. Count on attentive service, movie nights and stellar beers brewed in house to keep you coming back to Don Webb's vision of a microbrew mecca.
If you like a little film noir with your beer - Naked City delivers. This popular neighborhood joint serves up pints from the more than 25 taps that line the bar. Not just for "noir heads" though, Naked City is a major destination to catch all the major sporting events while hoisting back a brew. Great beer and a great hangout.
They do have table service now - I've never had a problem getting served, and I've found the service to be very friendly, attentive, and knowledgable. It does get very busy at peak times though. I can't count the number of times I've gotten there on a Friday or Saturday evening, seen the wall of people waiting for a seat, and crossed the street to Pillagers Pub. Nowadays they usually have at least 5-8 of their own beers on tap.
Recommended for non-peak times.
this place is wayyyy too expensive! even just ordering a soda was pricey
and the seats are super uncomfortable!
Great beer and awesome food.
We love that these people LOVE beer. Their selection is varied, constantly changing and always impressive. Rachel is a wonder in the kitchen. The food is awesome and when she does specific beer pairings you can't go wrong.
Although another reviewer complained about service, but we have always had excellent table service. Never have ordered at the bar, even on their busiest times. We do tend to go in off hours due to the dismal parking available in Greenwood, so finding a table has not been a problem except at special events.
Be Your Own Server!!!!.
My girlfriend and I headed to the brewery to check it out from somebody who told us about their opening. We have a great passion for good beer. This place has good beer, dont get me wrong. the issue for us was walking in, be greeted by the staff, and told find a seat if you can. Place was busy, but we managed to wait a few minutes for somebody to leave.
Check this out, we bussed our own table. THEY DONT HAVE SERVERS. so another staff member walks by us and tells us, go to the bar when your ready to order. Again no service. thank god he told us, it doesnt even mention it on the menu. So she heads to the bar. Took 10 minutes for 2 drafts. paid and drink the beer. good stuff local beer. the draft menu doesnt have prices listed as the bottle menu does.
Be careful if you actually go. No service, hard to find a table, and you may have to bus your own table.
Editorial Review. Newly opened brewpub in Greenwood offers a North Seattle option for beer lovers--and a rumored twenty four house-made brews on tap.
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