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I’ve been going to Sugarmaple since 2009 when they first introduced me to what GOOD craft beer can be. Since then, the place has gone though some changes but the two cornerstones that haven’t changed are no TVs and amazing beer. 80+ Taps, liquor bar,...More
Stopped in at about 10-ish on a Sat night. Full but not crazy crowded. Very cool place with amazing artwork and cool bench seating, neat bar, good music, and of course an amazing craft beer selection on tap. Very surprised to see the negative reviews...More
Sugar Maple is an interesting bar in the Bay View neighborhood. American craft beer is their claim to fame (right on their sign), and they had 62 on tap the night we visited. Judging by the bottles behind the bar, they can also make mixed...More
A beautiful bar, where the walls are covered in ever-changing paintings by the owner. The beer selection is great, and they always have some good pear and apple ciders and very good wines by the glass. We go for the jazz shows, which are always...More
Came in with a large group (20+) during the day. All of us were 30+ and not loud or rowdy at all. When one person in our party asked for a drink instead of a beer, the bartender was very put off and rude. Didn't...More
I love this place. Being from Chicago, I don't get there all that often, but sometimes make a special trip, just so I can hang at the SM. The jazz festival they host there, and at their sister bar, the Palm, is incredible! How do...More
I have a love/hate relationship with Sugar Maple. On a dead weekday I can grab a seat at the bar, relax, get good service and be happy with my visit. Once it gets crowded though, I'd rather be somewhere else. As others have said, the...More
I seldom give a 1-star review. I feel that doing so requires some explanation, which I will attempt to give here. In a way it pains me to do so. I was going to The Palm (Sugar Maple's sister bar) before Sugar Maple existed. Back...More
I believe I speak of the same man that everyone else commented on because my group of 10 was approached by him when trying to re-arrange tables. He called our group names before we even ordered our beer.
The bar tenders were nice but it...More