Travlr (2466) Washington, Washington DC | December 10, 2011| Updated January 2, 2012
Large sports bar. They had a few interesting things when I stopped by. Food was decent, service was just OK. Convenient stop while traveling between Baltimore and DC.
3fourths (1528) Boulder, Colorado | October 28, 2007| Updated December 1, 2011
Be sure to use MAPQUEST and not Google Maps if youíre trying to find this place. If you end up at the Green Turtle youíre in the wrong spot. Frisco Grille is a really solid eatery and bar... the beer selection is very good, with high quality taps, regionals and imports well represented, and even some rarities as well - ST Imperial Oatmeal and Moorsehead Premium on cask when I was there, plus a couple of Brewerís Art selections. The burrito was really very good, with good quality meats, melted cheese (if you get your grilled) and very fresh tasting tomatoes. Great stuff. I will be back regularly, I think.
A nice, neighborhood bar in Columbia with 50 taps of excellent quality beers. The prices can be high but happy hour knocks a dollar off per draft. The server was great, and knew enough to make some excellent suggestions to my non-beer geek friend. The appetizer we had was really nice (chorizo cheese dip).
First off donít go to this place on a Tuesday night. It gets incredibly loud and thereís no place to sit. The crowd is very yuppieish. Iíve never overheard so many boring conversations in my life.They have a ton of interesting stuff on tap but no,clue on proper glassware. I hated the way the staff hovered over me as I tried to make up my mind. Itís not my vibe so I probably wonít go back unless Iím in the area.
Afternoon stop. Fairly off the beaten path, tons of free lot parking. Moderately empty on a Monday, Good taplist, including 6 of their beers and a bunch of guest taps with a local bias. Service friendly, if a little preoccupied. Happy to hand out free tasters. Did not try the food. No flights available, not even of their beers. Every beer has a single size pour, pints for IPAís and the like. No half pours, tasters, etc, which is a real downer. Digital tap board lists what is on tap, but does not show serving size or cost. My two pints were 6$ for the house beer and $8 for the guest, both pints. I guess I understand why this place gets such good scores, but no small pours is a major downer in my book. Did not check the bottle list,
A pretty open, modern sports bar cum beer mecca with a ton of TVs and a large digital taplist that changes pretty quickly. Tap list is updated instantly online so no need to squint at the video screen- just pull it up on your phone. When I was there it was sort of a Dogfish Head tap takeover unfortunately but was able to get De Molen, Troegs Scratch series, some odd Italian and British stuff. Lots of variety. Prices were pretty good...about $7-$8 for the special tap beers. Food was very good- fries were awesome. Buffalo burger with bleu cheese was awesome. Food was priced a little beer than the beer. Our meal for two people was $60, a little high, but would have been $28 without the beer. Granted, my girlfriend ordered something fancy off the bottle list. My biggest pet peeve though is the tap list along with the bottle list HAVE NO PRICES! Seriously...what is up with that noise?
Great craftbeer bar...worth a detour if not in Columbia. I love the electronic beer menu on the wall. This is a casual sports bar that allows you to try a very large variety of top quality beers. Food is bar food...but very good nonetheless. Overall the place has a very new and clean look. Definitely check it out.
Stopped in for a few brews and dinner tonight. Had the enchiladas which where great. Just wish it came with rice and beans. Nice tap selection with a Firkin and a cask. 20 or so taps filled with solid beers. Got to try Weyerbacher 15 which was great. Nice relaxed vibe. Surprised to find this good of mexican food in this region of the country.
GenDV138 (331) Falls Church, Virginia | February 5, 2014| Updated June 8, 2016
Been here a bunch of times as my friend lives in the area and frequents often. Good selection of draft beers along with two casks and a decent bottle list. Beers are mostly served in standard 16 ounce pint glasses or 10 ounce goblets depending on ABV. Small brewery in-house that usually has a couple offerings on draft and occasionally cask, including collaborations with popular microbreweries. They donít list beer prices which is a bit weird. Would be nice if they did 4-6 ounce pours. Food is pretty good though a bit pricy, pizzas and sandwiches are some favorites. They have some nice lunch/dinner specials and thereís only a few food items I wouldnít order again. No happy hour specials as far as I can tell. Parking can fill up during busy hours but they have free valet service and street parking.
Very good place in the middle of nowhere, with some pretty good house beers and a great selection of other local and U.S. stuff. Main problem here is the selection is so big but you canít get anything less than a pint - not even a half pint. Not a great way to sample beer in a place that you have to drive to. Great food - I had the pork sandwich. Would definitely come here if in the area.