Just call in your order and we’ll bring it out to your car. Curbside with a smile.
You can now order curbside pickup online, or have food delivered via DoorDash. Not only do we have great food available, but also some great merchandise.
Stop in for full-service dining in our socially-distanced dining room and patio!
What We Are Doing to Keep Staff & Guests Safe
- Limiting guests inside the restaurant by removing some tables & bar seating. Tables have been spread out so guests will social distance as much as possible.
- Screening staff for symptoms and recording their temperature before any shift.
- New training and testing for staff focused on sanitation & social distancing.
- Disinfecting high traffic areas throughout shifts.
- All staff will wear masks & gloves at all times.
- Removing items that guests touch and replacing with single-use items, like salt & pepper.
- Guests may order using their phones to view the menu. Single-use paper menus are available upon request.
- Single-use plastic silverware and paper napkins are available upon request.
- Plexiglass screens have been added to our restaurants where applicable to help minimize contact.
- Staff will maintain a six-foot distance with guests & each other whenever possible.
- A more touch-less bathroom experience with motion-sensor sinks, paper dispensers, and foot pulls on doors.
What You Can Do to Help
- If you’re feeling sick or have been exposed to anyone with COVID-19 symptoms, please stay home. We are still available for carry out & delivery.
- Help us keep our staff safe by practicing safe social distancing when dining in & picking up.
- Please wear masks when entering, leaving, or moving around the restaurant for staff & fellow guests’ safety.
North Peak Brewing Company is located in a historic building which was formerly the Big Daylight Candy Factory.
In March of 1899, a partnership was formed by John G. Straub, his brother, Anton F. Straub and George E. Amiotte in the creation of candies and confectionary in Traverse City.
Under the style of Straub Brothers and Amiotte, the firm soon established success with a large local following and an extensive wholesale trade. So rapidly did the business increase, that it became necessary to provide a building of sufficient capacity to meet the growing demands of the trade.
The building housing North Peak Brewing Company was Straub’s third and final building. Straub Brothers and Amiotte “Big Daylight Candy Factory” is a handsome imposing brick edifice of three floors and a basement. It was constructed with 400,000 bricks and 250,000 feet of lumber, erected and supplied with the latest and most approved machinery devices for the manufacturing of all kinds of candies. It compared favorably on a scale with the largest and most successful establishments of its kind.