This Upper West Side restaurant seems to take some of the trends that have been happening in Brooklyn - like Southern fried chicken and craft beer - and moves them to a Manhattan space with nice decor and Manhattan prices attached. It has quickly become a popular place. There are 25 taps, but they donít change often enough, the prices are pretty high, and I have only seen one or two things there that I hadnít already tried. The real draw seems to be the food - fried chicken and other meats dishes, and a nice selection of pickles. I will have to have a full meal here at some point. It is worth checking out, but to become a destination beer pub, it needs a better selection.