Big cooperate corner brewpub with equipment in the corner for watching durning brew days. Food was good with plenty of TVs for sports. The beers are solid with a couple of gems. Selection of house and few macro as well as micros. Decent brews with great night lite. Lots of great breweries for comparison with better beer around area though.
Visited on the evening of 7th Feb 2017, just as the late ’Happy Hour’ started (by chance, honestly). Being Tuesday it is also $4:00 for a flight of 5 beers (their regular 4 brews and whatever seasonal isn’t selling well, or so our server told me). All new beers to me, so happy with the flight. Happy Hour food was fine, Pizza and Chicken Strips being our choices. The actual place is a huge corner plot in a good location, a bit dark but certainly not dingy or dive bar in style, brewing equipment on show out towards the toilets, looked clean and tidy. Pleasant, friendly staff. Beer quality was fine, if a little uninteresting and uninspiring.
Having been here a number of times over the last 5 years I’m surprised that I hadn’t rated it already. I’m also surprised that more people haven’t rated it considering 1) it’s in a busy area on a busy street and 2) it’s walking distance from Beachwood BBQ. The fact that it’s close to Beachwood has always been the reason for visiting (in all my trips since Beachwood opened). Its a large restaurant with a good sized bar. They have some barrels scattered around the place more for decoration but they did at one point hold house beer. Other than the location it’s not overly noteworthy.
The beer ranges from decent to no thanks. I can’t say I’ve had anything amazing here but then again I haven’t really had anything disgusting either. As mentioned above they occasionally have a barrel aged beer on tap and they always have something new. The food is pretty good like all Rock Bottom locations. It’s a standardized menu for the whole chain after all. Service has always been adequate. Prices are high. Over all, meh.
Didn’t try the food, but had a couple of beers, served by a friendly, and quite cute, girl. Rather standard room, with the chain look, but a nice patio helps. Pity it’s on a busy street, so it is a bit noisy. Anyway, a quite nice place to spend some time for A/V few decent ticks.
Convenient location downtown near the convention center, aquarium, performing arts center, etc. Fairly spacious inside, a handful of house beers, a full bar. Food was just kind of okay, typical bar food. Beers aren’t very good for the most part, but they’re at least drinkable. A decent spot to pick up a few ticks, but not someplace I’d consistently go to.
Typical layout of most Rock Bottoms. Friendly staff, good service. Menu is pretty standard but decent when on the road. Beers are fairly typical with a few decent standouts. Dinner with sampler was $20, so a decent value.
i’ve been coming here for years. you definitely want to be a mug club member its free and you get a nice beer upgrade everytime you go. they sometimes have some cask brews and their homebrews are pretty nice