My husband very much enjoyed all the beers he tried (he had the flight - an excellent option if you haven't been here before). His favorite was the Belgian Golden, but he liked several others, as well.
I had the jambalaya pasta (very good), Hubby had the ribeye sandwich (average), and we had the fried pickles to start. A word about the pickles - the dip was excellent, the fry on the pickles was very good, but the pickles have distinctive whiff of allspice that clashes with the dip.
The service was average, the atmosphere friendly and laid back.
Prices for entrees are pretty steep - the two of us spent about $50 on food alone for the appetizer and a pasta dish and a sandwich. There's a lot of nickle-and-diming (the pasta is stand-alone, no salad or bread or anything similar, for burgers you pay extra for cheese, bacon, etc.). The beer is a decent value, though - the flight is $12 and has 6 4-oz servings.
I'd say this is very much an after-work get-together-with-friends-for-a-beer kind of place, and good for that. If you're having appetizers and beer, it's a great choice for the area and has a good atmosphere. The bar layout is really excellent if you have a large group and want to socialize.
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