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Latest reviews from Saint Tite

40 /100 670, RUE NOTRE-DAME
“This is a large place in an old and characterful building right next door to the production facility. The street is supposed to resemble, I believe, the "Old West" - it does so only in a vague way. There are some tables on a large porch outside, not sure whether they have table service. Inside is a large central bar with stool front and rear, surrounded by both restaurant and bar tables in various nooks and crannies. The beer list is large with a lot of variety and is available in flights of four. Everything was a bit light in body and in flavor, nothing very exciting. I ordered a veggie pizza made with "seasonal vegetables depending on availability from the farm Les Jardins de l'Apothicaire de St-Adelphe" except that the seasonal vegetable was black olives. I struggle in French, but I try - the bartender/server made fun of my pronunciation to the other server and to customers seated at the bar, within earshot of me. This is the only time in two weeks in Quebec I've been made to feel uncomfortable for using my admittedly half-assed language skills, and it set the tome, sadly, not just for the meal and session but for the rest of the day. Street parking was easy when I visited but may not be during high season. I saw no kids or dogs. I won't be back.“
Travlr 25 days ago
88 /100 670, RUE NOTRE-DAME
“Visited Sept 2020 during Covid. What a beautfiul on Main St. Saint-Tite. Actual a complex, one the old brewery, which is in an old 3 story building, western theme inside, big patio, and the infamous saddle seats at the bar. The other is the new brewery next door, where the front was replaced by a huge window with the brewery inside. Nice coffee roaster in front with the Kapibouska hotel completes the complex. Tasters were available at 12$ for 4 X 4on (served in plastic cup given COVID) and the beer, as expected, is superb!! Food menu was interesting (but full menu only available weekends)..Pizza with smoked rabbit would have been tasty! A must in Mauricie“
Lubiere 652 days ago
76 /100 670, RUE NOTRE-DAME
“Visité lors du Rallye Bières et Plaisirs 2017. Brewpub de grandeur moyenne situé dans un bâtiments historique. Grand choix de bières en fût bonnes pour la plupart. Service sympatique avec présentation des bières. Ne passez pas à côté du fromage en grains pané!“
Whatup14 1728 days ago
78 /100 670, RUE NOTRE-DAME
“Visited July 2016, lunchtime. Medium sized pub with outdoor seating as well. Wooden interior and decorations fits just right with the Saint-Tite vibe. Service was a bit slow considering there wasn’t much people there when we visited but otherwise friendly and knowledgeable of the beer menu. Selection is more than decent with 20 tap offerings - all of them being their beers - ranging from the regular staff to some of their more limited experiments. Everything that was available on the menu was either already available in botlles/cans in some stores or became available a few weeks later.Bottles are available to go. Pub food, good quality. I had a good burger. Prices are in the average for the area and general rural Québec beer scene. I will come again next time I am in the area.“
tom10101 2036 days ago
86 /100 670, RUE NOTRE-DAME
“Petite mise à jour dans les évaluations qui commençaient à dater. Beaucoup de rénovations dernièrement. La cuisine a été déplacée, une nouvelle section derrière le bar a vue le jour et la ligne de fûts comprend maintenant une vingtaine de bières. L’ambiance est restée rustique. Les employés sont souriants et connaissent leurs produits. Les bières en fûts vont du produit régulier à quelques saisonnières. Possibilité d’acheter des bouteilles pour emporter à bons prix. La bouffe à elle seule vaut le déplacement. Un menu varié, déconseillé aux végétariens, mettant en vedettes les produits locaux et viandes sauvages. Les prix sont très abordables comparés à d’autres endroits qui profitent de leur menu "exotique" pour gonfler les prix. Très belle place pour souper en famille. C’est conseillé de réserver les vendredi et samedi car le village au complet semble souper là. Un endroit à visiter, sauf durant le Festival Western.“
Franckg 2209 days ago
80 /100 670, RUE NOTRE-DAME
“Visitée le 10 novembre 2012. Un samedi soir achalandé, nous nous présentons sans réservation. On nous accueille en nous prévenant qu’il nous faudra plus d’une heure avant d’avoir une table, mais on nous invite au bar en attendant. Pour nous il n’y avait pas de problème puisque nous n’étions pas pressés, mais sinon, la réservation aurait été souhaitable. L’endroit est grouillant et chaleureux, les tables sont très rapprochées. Le décor s’est probablement construit au fil du temps et se veut une accumulation graduelle de choses éparses pas si vilain! Le service est aimable, courtois, mais très occupé. Le service des bières (10 lignes de fût ce soir-là) est méticuleux et bien fait. Le serveur connais bien son menu de nourriture, mais à été très surpris de se faire demander de nous constituer lui-même le meilleur repas pour nous. Il s’est relativement bien acquitté de sa tâche. Le repas était bon, mettait la bière et certains produits locaux en vedette, mais certains détails d’exécution auraient avantage à être léchés. “
GarnotingPete 3519 days ago
62 /100 670, RUE NOTRE-DAME
“Visited during the Western Festival. Big mistake. They had no seasonal, no way to take home growlers, not much of anything interesting, except a mustache contest in a week. Weeee. Beers available were quite ordinary at best. Food looked great, from the plates of my neighbors. Unfortunately, beer and food seemed to be quite overpriced. Fortunately, ambiance was very good, they had a nice terrasse and the personel was courteous, quick, and knowledgeable. All in all, not a bad place, but I’d have to visit when there is no Festival going on to rate it better...“
VT 3579 days ago
78 /100 670, RUE NOTRE-DAME
“Visited on a slow sunday afternoon. Located in an old house, the actual "pub" part of it is quite small. There is a patio to enjoy your beer outside and a decent food menu. The price is right as well. If it wasn’t for the fact that this is a pretty far out place to visit, I might go there more often. The other cool thing is that they sell beer to go either in bottle or growler form.“
JulienHuxley 3982 days ago
74 /100 670, RUE NOTRE-DAME
“Établissement visité le samedi 30 septembre vers 13h. Ambiance: La brasserie se trouve dans une maison centenaire qui fut autrefois un magasin général. L’intérieur est de bois partout: plancher d’originie, poutre équarrie à la hache, etc. Service: Très sympathique et agréable à discuter avec lui. Sélection: Lors de mon passage, 3 semaines après l’ouverture, 7 bières étaient au menu dont des saisonnières. Nourriture: Quelques grignotines mais un menu de type sandwichs et bouchées est en développement. (59e rating d’établissement)“
TaktikMTL 5388 days ago
74 /100 670, RUE NOTRE-DAME
“This new brewpub north of Shawinigan is located in a charming old house which once was the site of the village’s general store. The wall-to-wall roughly-cut wooden interior is cozy and just begs for a fireplace. There were 7 beers on tap already when we visited, a few weeks after the opening. Of them, the Czech Pilsener and English Brown Ale were standouts, and those happen to be 2 of the 3 beers they will market in their mini-kegs. Food was limited for now, but then again they’re still putting a few things together in the brewery. This is a promising brewpub which I hope to visit every time I go to the excellent Trou du Diable in Shawinigan.“
MartinT 5389 days ago
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