As the crow flies this place is only a couple miles from I-15 off of hwy 76 but itís kind of in the middle of nowhere. The restaurant is in a quiet shopping center and has the old saloon look to it outside. Inside is a little bigger and slightly more modern looking. I spotted a sign on the wall from Wunderbeer in San Francisco which is a brewery that closed 3 or 4 years ago; didnít realize that anyone else had ever heard of that place.
Service was friendly and mostly helpful and the food was alright but the beers were fairly bad. The worst offender was the Hef U Up (bro). Who makes an 8.5% hefe? The best beer I had there was a guest beer by Belching Beaver (Hop Highway IPA).
If I was riding with someone that had some business in the area Iíd consider stopping in again but unless they get their act together (brewingwise) I canít see these guys staying in business long.
AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 17/20
Food was outstanding, large portions, lots of options to choose from. Vegetarian options. Decor is prohibition era photos etc. Various picnic style tables. Service was upbeat and helpful. Beers were enjoyable and selection was decent. Overall great experience each time weíve visited.
AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 12/20
Kind of an old saloon feel in the bar and from the outside with a more traditional family restaurant in the main part of the building. Sort of in the middle of nowhere, at least thatís how it feels. Lots of beers on tap with 8 house beers (one was out during our visit). Unfortunately, they were not very good at all. The service was very friendly and nice, pretty quick too, even though the place was packed. The beers are not very good, but the food looked and smelled nice. Best part of the visit was a guy sitting in the waiting area with a pitcher of beer and a pint glass waiting for a table in the dining room.