This place is actually really cool. Downstairs is a typical bar/restaurant ambiance while upstairs offers a very cozy place with a foosball table, pool table, couches, TV. There were four Eddie McStiff brews available, non of which really called out to me. There are plenty of guest bottles and taps though. Beer is also available to go out of a cooler, which can be handy in this town. I had a salmon burger with roasted veggies. Pretty good stuff.This bar stays open through the very slow winter season, which is a plus.
NIce roadhouse atmosphere with upstairs pool tables and games. Lackluster service, fair food and poor-to-fair beer. House tap selection of 3 wheats, one cream ale and one amber. Decent bottle selection of 5-6 high gravity regional brews and guest taps are the best thing about this place. Donít bother with this place, go directly to Moab Brewery if in the area.
Nicely looking place in a nice small town. I guess Utah state law forbids brewing or selling high alcohol stuff, as the beers are a bit thin. Food was reasonable. Ambiance was ok, but service was horrible. Had to wait for ages.
ajm (202) Los Angeles, California | September 7, 2008
A silly little place whose logo is reminiscent of that old British animation made famous by the Beatles. They also own the whole plaza theyíre in which is equally amusing. Selection suffers as they have retired damn near everything except three (!!!) wheats and a couple mid-range ales.
A kind of odd place, part Southwestern brewpub and part Cajun watering hole. Pretty easy to find on Main St. and decent parking. The food was below average, and the brews were not bad. Service was also average. I enjoyed the beers.