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38 /100 25 E SECOND ST.
“Stopped in for brunch on our way out of Hocking Hills and back to Cincinnati. 10 years ago when we came through, there was nothing downtown. Now there are a bunch of nice shops and places to eat, and two breweries. This place seemed popular and looked nice so we checked it out. Nice restoration of an old downtown building. Brick walls, high ceilings. There's a rooftop area, too. The 30 taps have plenty to draw in less craft-minded people but also had some good Ohio stuff available. The food menu looked really good, but the food itself was just average. The service, though, was terrible. The bartender seemed nice enough but the bar was way too big for one guy. It took about an hour to get our food. The fundamentals are all here but the execution is not. We won't be back until and unless they figure it out.“
phaleslu 452 days ago
78 /100 1 N. PAINT ST
“We stopped in here on our way out of Hocking Hills and back to Cincinnati. It's a big, bright space right in downtown Chillicothe. In addition to the main room, there's a staircase up to a secondary room with a lot more seating and another bar. There also appears to be an astroturf patio. The taplist was nice, and different than what's at the main brewery right now. The burger bar menu is more or less the same as the one on their main campus. They also have shakes, craft sodas, and more. The food and bar are separate areas. Like the main campus, they designed this space with a focus on fun and family friendly. It's one of two breweries in Chillicothe, so if you're ever in town, it's an essential stop.“
phaleslu 452 days ago
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