The Triangle Grille (OUT OF BUSINESS)

Taps: 21 | Bottles: 60
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  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 7/10
  • SELECTION 10/15
  • FOOD 7/10
  • OVERALL 14/20
OldGrowth  (191) the Containment Area, North Carolina | November 20, 2006| Updated December 6, 2006
Wife and I had dinner here early, 530pm on a Saturday night. Jeans , Tshirts, sneakers are fine. Itís in a narrow building. Bar on right when you walk in, restraunt on left. Didnít investigate bar area, just a glance. Bar is made of brick with a long curvy top, looked like 20 or so people could sit there. 5 TVís. Restraurant side has Booths and table. There is a small patio area,Booth have high back Wood panel. Carpet is a fake tile look. High ceilings Service was fine, but should been as it was barely half full at the time. Tap list was Allagash White, Amstel, Bass, Brooklyn Brown, Bud Light, Cottonwood Scottish, Dos Equis, Guiness, Harp, Harpoon IPA, Highland Gaelic, HoeGarden White, Mendicino Eye of the Hawk, Miller Lite Old Speckle Hen, Pils Urqell, Rogue Deadguy, SNPA, WArsteiner, Woodchuck amber, Yeungling. Bottles included DFH 60 & 90, Some Edentons, Ommegang, Old Rasputin, SNPA, Sam Smiths, Roque imperials series, Chimay, Maredsous. Any where from 4.00 to 25 bucks a bottle Tap were like 3.00 to 5.00 Food was ok. I got a Swordfish that was like it was in italian dressing and was alright at best. Kind of thin sliced. My wifes burger was pretty good though. Not a bad place, nothing to rush to either.

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