It’s a split plan pizza place with a restaurant on one side and a brewpub on the other, open air courtyard in the middle. Service was a little spotty, but they do try to make sure their staff is knowledgable about their beers. Selection was decent, their own brews and some other good micros on tap. Food is decent for the price, but this location does try and do special things like a "pizza of the month". Value is equal to what you would expect in that part of Tallahassee. Overall, solid place that you can probably pick up a few ticks at least.
Definitely seems to be a pizza place first and a brewpub second. Pizzas were pretty dang good and were quite large. House beers left a lot to be desired and were mostly a weak interpretation of a common beer style. They did have some pretty good guest taps and I was slightly jealous of the table beside me that ordered a full pitcher of Jai Alai. Place ultimately came off as so-so.
A dive mish mash place that works for me. Service was good, beer selection was there own plus a dozen guest taps and lots of bottles. Nothing spectacular but enough to keep you busy. The food shines, huge portions, good prices and quality. The best pizza/beer place I have been to.
I am quite happy to have this place as my local pizza joint. The pizza is good for the area, and the offer cheese toppings from the nearby Sweet Grass Dairy. Bottle list is about half craft and somewhat static, but I never have trouble finding something I am in the mood for. The beer is stored a little too cold, and frosted glasses are the norm, so if you forget to ask for a room temperature glass you are in for a wait while your beer warms to proper serving temperature. The addition of the brew pub adds variety, and John does hoppy beers and darker English styles well.
Love this place. John’s beers are quite good, and there’s a decent selection of bottles/cans to keep most folks content. The food is terrific and the staff are always attentive and courteous. We always make it a point to visit the Market St location when in town.
My family took me here for my birthday since I was celebrating in Tallahassee, otherwise I probably would not have gone. The beer were average at best, but they had other more well known beers on tap as well. Service was spotty as well, but it seemed fairly busy. If your a ticker in Tally, there is at least 4 on their sampler.
Have I not rated Momos? Well, I’m glad they started up a brewpub, and the brews ginnned up by the Homebrew Den gurus are pretty good. Unfortunately, I really don’t like their pizza - it’s a bit scorched and bland (though big) for me. The base is under-yeasted, under-salted and it just kinda lays there. The service is hit and miss. The menu is a bit too narrow. Parking is OK, but you have to crane your steering. The restaurant layout in the Market Street location is f’ed up. They won’t let you enter the bar without first entering the separate restaurant, crossing the patio and then going into the bar adjacent to the Homebrew Den.
My personal favorite for pizza in Tallahassee. Service is always polite and friendly, and the knowledge of the servers has gotten better. A must stop in Tallahassee, seeing as there aren’t a whole lot of brewpubs in Tallahassee (currently). Solid selection of southern micro’s, though I have yet to see anything rare come on tap. Their house beer is solid, but certainly is meant to please plenty and isn’t particularly bold.