I love this place. We went there last night for the first time. I can't believe that I live in neighborhood and have never been there before. The food was good, the beer selection was amazing and the service was extrordinary. I brought my 3 year old and they had a kid menu. Great place!
Posted: 12/30/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
Come to Summits if you love trying new beers! Summits boasts the best variety of beer on tap in the state. Their bottle selection is great too. Several of the servers, including Mandy, are very charismatic and always get your order to you quickly and correctly. There's lots of TVs for the sports enthusiasts, and Summits also offers trivia on Friday nights, and occasionally live bands and beer tastings. Summits also does some cool things for the city, such as donating the $2 per person fee to join their "Passport Club" to Habitat for Humanity, and offering a small library to it's customers. During Octoberfest they give away a different pint glass each night if you try the selected beer. Oh yeah, and the food is good too! Summits has a low carb menu, a low fat menu, and a regular menu that features 4 great quesadillas, lots of different burgers and (if you like spicy food) a delicious corn shrimp chowder. Overall a great casual bar and restaurant!
Posted: 10/12/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
Summits is a fun and casual environment. For the most part, the food is really good. The food and the beer are a little pricier than I prefer at a bar. Every beer on tap is $5, which if you like imports that would be good, but if you like domestics then that's a little expensive.
Posted: 5/08/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review