Cool atmosphere in an old building on President Clinton Avenue. Had a decent list of rotating taps (including some states that were new to me) and a solid bottle selection, including Pirate Bomb! Service was friendly but then later quite inexplicably slow/non-existent. Over all a must visit place in a cool neighbourhood in Little Rock.
Visited a few times over the last weekend. Pretty cookie cutter bar ambiance. Attracts a pretty bro-heavy crowd, but people were friendly enough. It seems like management enforces a strict dress code with their female staff, as all of them seemed to be wearing bras that were uncomfortably small. Ladies, itís not sexy, it just looks awkward. Big draft list, loads of itís dead weight, but there were a few cool things to try like KBS and some decent locals. Prices are OK. Overall, not a game changer, but worth a look if youíre visiting town.
This place is huge, and always seemed to be comfortably crowded, since itís right on the main strip. Service was good no matter how crowded it got, although it never really got packed or anything. The beer list is easily the largest in town, and the bottle list was very large as well, highlights being a couple of Prairie things. Food was OK pub food, nothing special. Worth a stop.
Rating it based on the other beer bars in the area, itís head-and-shoulders the best around. You just wonít find the selection of craft beer anywhere else around Little Rock with over 70 taps and hundreds of bottles that rotate pretty regularly. Most of the staff is beer knowledgable and the food is good. 6 plates on the wall for me and counting.
While smaller than the facilities in Austin and San Antonio, you knew you were in a Flying Saucer. They had a nice selection of local beers which is what I was there for. All in all a very enjoyable experience.