Nice outdoor patio. There is not much to the inside area. Few and limited taps, even during craft beer week. Bottle selection is extensive, although they were out of what I really wanted. They had an outside food vendor come in that day and it was very good. Bartenders were knowledgeable. I thought the value on bottles was pretty good ($3-4 a bottle of some pretty exclusive stuff). Overall pretty good, I would go back.
Limited number of taps, but at least during my visit, good stuff. They were having a Perennial event and despite having just gone to the brewery the day before, a few new beers to try. Smallish bar area in the front/main entrance with some high top tables. They also have more space next door in a bit of a lounge area where you can sit on some couches or a couple other high top tables. A touch on the expensive side for my tastes. Worth a stop.
Visited during RBSG 2014 for the Perennial Tap Takeover. Small amount of drafts but a solid selection. Didn’t check out the bottle list or food. Nice lounge area in the back room. Small bar area with some small tables. Bar gets pretty crowded when it’s busy. Okay prices, maybe a bit pricey.
Feels like a neighborhood version of the bridge. Just a block from Square one and next door to Bailey’s Chocoalte lounge. Definitely has the feel of a bistro but despite the name they have some really interesting taps and very nice bottle list. They even had some KBS left over which was nice. It wasn’t very busy when I visited but I don’t mind that. The owners were friendly and more than happy to chat. I’d love to have a place like this in my neighborhood.
Visited here as a part of a 9-brewery weekend tour of the St. Louis beer scene. More of a wine bar atmosphere than a beer bar. Only 6 beers on tap, but they were all pretty cool beers. Also, an extensive bottle menu.
ryanfolty (236) Bourbon County, Minnesota | October 30, 2012| Updated October 31, 2012
Stopped over briefly upon recommendation from a couple at Square One. They told me exactly where it was so ended up being easy to find even without a sign. Not many people there and the place was very small and dark. Tap list and bottles seemed to be decent. Bartender seemed to know his stuff. My visit was short, so will have to stop in again.
Stopped in for a beer after stopping at Square One. Was slow on a Friday night and was able to grab a seat at the bar. Only 5 beers on tap but had a very nice bottle list that were available to go as well. Tap list might be small but all seasonal brews. Prices were very reasonable. What makes this place special in my opinion was the great service and low key vibe.