Une grande liste de bouteilles, une très grande liste de fût et la possibilité d’avoir une palette de dégustation...mais à fort prix. J’ai commandé une salade Cobb presque décadente et les 5 échantillons étaient de classe mondiale avec en prime un superbe cask d’une cuvée barrel aged.
Bro-tastic. Too many TVs. Loud. No air conditioning. High prices. But a strong, almost-all-local tap list with a range of American and Belgian styles, and thoughtful, informed staff (and not just the barkeeps). Too many bros to be comfy ("LET’S PLAY MINI-CORNHOLE!"), but useful in a pinch.
Sundays are one of my favorite days to spend some time with the family, as we were going out to look for a new place to eat and have a little drinks we stumbled upon The PB Taproom and it was the highlight of my day i will definetly be back!
4/22 visit. Big space30 or so person bar. Another dozen tables, most seat 4 few seat more. Few booths too. Industrial is how I call it. Service is fine today. Not good bar type service. More touristy. Big west coast san Diego area selection . Lacking in the worldly sence. Food , ok, not gourmet . Hummas was bland needed more tahini and garlic.. pizza good. Not great. Fine for what it is . Not best area has to offer, not worst.
Very PB sports-bar type feel with a huge beer list that is mostly all the regulars from local breweries. A cool concept, I think. I like how local their focus is. Doesn’t quite reach the top tier of SD bars, but very good for PB.
What a great place. A kijillion tap options representing the best of San Diego and also some out of the area options. Delicious pizza and burgers and friendly (and attractive) servers. Good lunch specials, a lot of seating. A website with live tap listings with levels in the tap...and on-deck taps (for that alone, it gets extra points). You know what you’re getting when you go there. It’s really a great place.
Great spot with lots of character. Pricey, but they had a ton of local things on tap and the service was very helpful. I didn’t get to try the food, but everything that came out of the kitchen looked great. I will definitely be back.
Medium sized place that was quiet on a Friday at lunchtime, quiet enough for the owner and staff to spend a huge amount of time with us explaining the beers, and how they get their hands on them. Comprehensive selection of local stuff, most of which I can’t get on the east coast. A great first stop on our beer tour of San Diego.