Columbus & Central Ohio: The Pint Room
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The Pint Room
Good based on 7 ratings
Type: Restaurant

4415 W Dublin Granville Rd
Dublin, Ohio United States 43017 [ print map ]
614 889 6558

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The Pint Room

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Beer Available At The Pint Room (arranged by most recent)
Sweetwater Hop Hash Double IPA 96, Zaftig 3 Socks , Actual Fat Julian 80, Great Lakes / Cigar City Wandering Pelican Black Lager 90, The Brew Kettle 4 Cs Pale Ale 92, North High / Actual North Collaboration , Hoof Hearted Dragonsaddle , Seventh Son Wuffles Session Ale , Jackie-Os Morning Cloak 91, Columbus Creeper 98, Ithaca Flower Power IPA 97, Ohio Brewing O’Hoppy Ale 48, Hoof Hearted Wängbär , Fat Heads Shakedown Stout 85, Jackie-Os Oil Of Aphrodite 99, The Brew Kettle White Rajah IPA 99
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7 reviews for The Pint Room
 Ambiance  68%
 Service  74%
 Selection  88%
 Food  70%
 Value  62%
 Overall  81%
 Rating  82%


86
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 10/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 16/20
hopscotch  (242) Vero Beach, Florida | August 27, 2014
Nice place. Lots of big flat-screen TVs. I think I watched USA lose to Germany in the 2014 World Cup. I watched USA lose to someone, anyhow. The place is well-put-together. The draft list is large and full of quality American craft beer. The service was great - friendly, prompt and knowledgeable. The food was delicious. There were healthy, low-fat choices as well as gourmet burgers and such. I have nothing negative to say about the place. I will go back if I ever visit Columbus again.
76
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD 6/10   VALUE 7/10   OVERALL 16/20
DialSquare  (120) Columbus, Ohio | November 26, 2013
Visited for happy hour and then dinner on a random tuesday. Lots of local crafts. I had a Fat Heads, Jackie-Os Oil Of Aphrodite and K had a Hoof Hearted Wängbär and Ithaca Flower Power. The food was ok - typical pub fare. The service was very nice, but didn’t really talk beer with anyone. Good overall. They did dollar samples and had growler fills as well.
84
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 14/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE 6/10   OVERALL 17/20
cernjoh  (8) Ohio | April 1, 2013
Large selection of beers on tap to chose from. Each time I have been here the place was fairly crowded. Staff is very friendly and were response to our needs. There was uncertainty between the staff as to what was in the Kobi burgers. Some said 100% Kobi, others said 50/50. Well if it is Kobi, they killed it by overcooking it. You don’t take great meat and prepare it badly. Might as well have provided ground chuck.
82
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE 6/10   OVERALL 16/20
michcam8  (20) Ohio | April 1, 2013
Had lunch here on a Saturday afternoon. Sat in the eating area, which was one big open room. This is seperated from the bar by a half wall with bar tables on the other side. The bar area has ample space with a patio off the back. 101 beers on tap, which is updated daily on the menu which is nice (the menu is a print off). The selection is grouped by style, with the specials (seasonals) on top of the menu. Food was good, with burgers being the main fare. I had sweet potato fries, and they were excellent. Prices were a little high...but overall an enjoyable experience with good service. Will be back.
70
  AMBIANCE 2/5   SERVICE 5/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD 5/10   VALUE 5/10   OVERALL 15/20
The4thFloyd  (6) , | March 11, 2013
I was really excited to go to The Pint Room but unfortunately left disappointed. The burgers which I had heard good things about, was underwhelming. I had the BBQ Burger which the server asked if I wanted Medium which I did came out more than well done. Now I don’t know if the burger was so small because it was overdone or if it just is always that size. Then I asked for a side of hashbrowns as they have a burger with hashbrowns on it. I was told that they are premade strictly for the hangover burger and that I could not add hashbrowns to my burger. Weird. Not as weird as no salt and pepper on the tables. I get it for an upscale or fine dining restaurant but for a beer restaurant? My fries with the burger and strange Bistro Fries needed salt. All of this seems like growing pains of a new restaurant and for the most part is pretty forgiveable. They failed big time only once, which makes me question wheter I will give it another try. I had A delcious Fat Heads Head Hunter and wanted to finish my meal with my favorite Founder’s Breakfast Stout and I knew before she set the beer down (because of the color of the head) it was an imposter. I am pretty sure it was the Espresso Oak Aged Yeti another good beer but not my Founder’s Breakfast Stout. When I told the server she said she rang it in right and that she would correct it for me. I told her not to worry about it as it was the end of meal already. I did not take more than 2 sips (I am not exaggerating only 2 sips) and I was still charged for it. Oh well. They have a nice selection but nothing real special I think because 100 taps is too much. Maybe I will be back sometime if I am in the neighborhood. Otherwise I will go to my local haunts one of which is my favorite
86
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 14/15   FOOD 9/10   VALUE 7/10   OVERALL 17/20
Dogbrick  (733) Columbus, Ohio | March 1, 2013
(Visited 01/2013): The Pint Room is located in a plaza on the corner of 161 and Riverside. Parking is plentiful.

Accessible by multiple entrances, the inside features a table and booth seating area and a bar in the rear. An eye-catching wall lists the beers in segmented chalkboard squares. TVs aroung the bar area as well.

Pint Room boasts an impressive 100 beers on draught. Ohio is represented fairly well (it has its own section on the beer menu) with brewers like Thirsty Dog, Columbus Brewing, Lagerheads, Mt. Carmel, Hoppin’ Frog, Four String and Brew Kettle. Other craft brewers such as Sixpoint, Revolution, Avery, Oskar Blues and Dark Horse are represented as well.

Service on a busy weekday evening was good. Our server was well-versed in the beers and prompt. Only knock against the service is the frustrating insistence on using a digital device to put in our orders which of course was not working well. Just use pen and paper, people!

Food at Pint Room is solid. I got the PBB&J burger and enjoyed it quite a bit.

All in all Dublin has stepped up the beer scene incredibly in the last year between 101 Beer Kitchen and Pint Room. This place is well worth a visit for beer lovers.
78
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD 6/10   VALUE 6/10   OVERALL 16/20
ogglethorp  (27) Ohio | January 28, 2013
Pretty cool place. Quite busy, but it was a Friday, so to be expected. Loud as hell, carrying on a conversation was difficult. Need to put some kind of sound deadening up on the ceiling. Crap ton of taps, with a strong line up. Nothing super rare, but plenty of solid choices. Focused on midwest breweries the day I was there. One positive note, they offer multiple sized growlers of pretty much everything on tap. Food was pretty good, not great. We both had burgers, which were cooked as ordered. A bit $$$, for $12 burger I’m expecting a larger patty of meat, but tasty none the less. Service was attentive. Will go back.

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