Ambiance: Bar area is okay, nothing special, nice wooden floors, tables spread about, bar holds about a dozen patrons
Service: Decent and Friendly
Selection: Pedestrian, they had 11 beers on tap, various styles across the board but nothing special that jumps out at you
Food: Decent pub fare if you donít want a pricey dinner
Value: Spent 37 bucks for a burger, potato soup and three beers.
Overall: A nice place to visit but wouldnít want to live there. Was disappointed with the beers as I thought they were boring, not worth going out of your way for
Neat little neighborhood bar that just happens to serve their own beer. Everything they serve is either the usual styles or something pretty unique but in extremely limited quantities. This can make the place somewhat hit or miss. That said, the food is good and even their run of the mill stuff is above average. You arenít likely to be in the area, but if you are vacationing in the Hamptons this makes a good stop.
Visited for dinner on a Thursday. The restaurant part of the place was closed for a charity auction, though the bar was open for bar food. The auction folks spilled over into the bar, which added nicely to the ambiance of the place. Everybody was happy and having a good time. The crowd at the bar seemed to be regulars, and were very friendly. I had the Keller Pils, which was nice, and the Crab Cakes which were tasty, though expensive for what they were. I liked the vibe of this place, had a nice Country Inn feel to it.
Went here for lunch yesterday. Nice looking brewpub fits well with the Hampton vibe. However, lost an ambiance point for playing easy listening, Backstreet boys didnít pair well with beer. Got the sampler of some decent brew although selection for sale wasnít as robust as would have liked.
Service was great, but there wasnít a big crowd on a weekday afternoon. The beer was good as always, I wish I had time to try some of their vintage stuff. The food was disappointing though. The crab cakes suck, the Buffalo chicken wrap was way over cooked and chewy, the Cuban sandwich was missing a pickle, the only really good thing was the sweet potato fries. I like to go back when they do one of the releases.
Didnít go on a release day, so it was pretty empty/chill. Food is pricey and nothing to write home about (speaking as a vegetarian, though). Got to try the oatmeal stout, plus a few favorites. Service was friendly and it was warm so we were able to eat on the deck. Hopefully Iíll make it back here before too long and when there are more interesting things being released.
Went here for the Berliner/Double Ice-bock/RIS release. After we got our beer we tried to get a table in the dining room. We were told about a 15 minute wait for a table of eight. Waited an hour and fifteen instead, and that was with frequent check-ins. After an hour I saw a large empty table and asked if I should get our party, and was told no. 15 minutes of the table sitting empty, and me asking again, we were given that table. I know they were slammed, but for a table of eight, we were not checked on once our food arrived. The food was pretty good, but I was bothered that the nachos I ordered were served as waffle fries (said Irish Nachos on the menu, so I get the íjokeí now, but there was nothing on the menuís description about fries). Iíll have to see about getting out there sometime for a non-release day, but decent experience overall.