The food was amazing, beer was good. Pretty quick service and friendly attitude. Not really close to anything unless your taking the ferry, but overall worth a stop.
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after spending an afternoon, visiting the light house and walking along the beach very refreshing to come into a warm and welcoming establishment. Good food and good drinks!!!!
The food was really good. The kids pizza is a "make your own" which is a nice activity to keep kids occupied. The frech dip was good! The vinegar coleslaw was just ok. The stone steak sandwich was good and fun to cook your meat. Be prepared to be there for a super long time. They are super slow and... More
The beer is too Notch they had a Perry good selection, the staff was friendly and the food was OK. We ordered fish and tater tots. The tater tots were great but the fish was a little dry. The onion rings were great and loved the special sauce. The decor was cool and music great!
Best IPA on the west coast, maybe on the continent! Been a patron here for a few years now. Always great service, always great beer, and always great meals! Try the chowder (hint- smoked salmon)!
I had a real nice Dunkelhefeweizen paired with the Philly cheesesteak. The steak, onions and peppers are served on a hot rock and you cook it up nice and hot right at your table. The cherry Italian soda was so good my friend had to have 2.
We stayed at the waterfront Silver Cloud hotel and found this nearby brewery an added bonus. It was within walking distance to everything on the waterfront. Typical bar food and atmosphere. Good selection of beer and menu items. One side of the bar is for 21 and over only, other side is for families. T-shirts make great souvenirs.
I liked eating at a place where the bar snacks were peanuts and you threw all the shells on the floor, for that crunchy atmosphere, and the root beer and service were great, but the pizza seemed boring and the things on the walls were watered-down kitsch.
We stopped by the Diamond Knot Brewery on the way to Seattle. The stuffed after to was great. The fish and chips were retry good. The fish had a good crust but the fish was a bit dry. The fried donuts were good. A tasty finish. The service was pretty good as well
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