Nice looking place downtown - food was standard pub - decent tap list. No house beers.
Ferris (1411) Burnaby, British Columbia | February 16, 2015| Updated February 17, 2015
A large place with a eating area separated from the bar. Old stone and wood it is pretty nice. Their website is wrong, they do not serve their own beer. Server was new and caused more havoc than help, I can’t really blame the place though. Tap list was large and interesting, but only full pours. Food was reasonably priced and decent. Not bad but not for a ticker. EDIT - After we ordered we were told flights were available. I hate new servers.
Nice ambiance, great service, decent selection (including a few house brands that are brewed by New South), regionals. Do yourself a favor and order the meatloaf - incredible. Short walk from the Flying Saucer and World of Beer. Parking on street can be a little challenging, but there’s no need to use a pay lot.
Stopped here for lunch and a pint in September ’07. Pleasant place with good ambience - seems to be a renovated historic building. Food is very good and the tap selection is also good, although not being from the SE I wasn’t familiar with some of the beers. Service is friendly and efficient, as you’d expect in a southern restaurant. My waitress was able to point me towards the IPA choices, which is all I ask most times. Will visit again next time I go see my friends in Lexington.