A nice modern bar in a great old space. Tons of taps, but not all full. Nice selection a decent staff. Food was good and they have English menus. One of the larger spots that has lots of youngsters, but the space is great. No flights of course and some nice aged lambic in the fridge.
I enjoyed visiting this great bar, particularly the cavern-like interior, brick clad ceiling. The draught selection was good but small; apparently they reduce the number of taps during the July slow period. At any rate, the fridge is well stocked with mold covered Lambics, plus a few other beers. Unfortunately the 1999 Drie Fonteinen is not for sale. I enjoyed a grilled chicken Cesar salad, though the menu includes several burger choices.
Made the somewhat long walk from central Rome here...was safe but definitely interesting! Got their relatively soon after opening. The burger may have been one of the best I have ever had, with amazing customization that invites gluttony. The fridges at the front provided some incredible vintage 3F if you wanted to spend the money, some other good sours and Belgians available as well. Large number of taps with servers who know their stuff. You go to the bar to order food and beer, service is quick, at least when things are empty. People were there with kids early so it is doable if you are travelling with young ones (menu caters to them too).
Lothore (78) California | May 28, 2018| Updated May 29, 2018
Cool looking place that seemed to have quite a few taps. When I got to the bar I was directed to look at the tv for the 16 or so beers they had available. Looked to have lots of hand pumps but didn’t see any on the menu. Interesting selection of vintage brews in the cooler. Ordered some food and waited about an hour to find out that although we were one of three groups present, the bartender had forgotten to put in our order. No attempt to explain any of the offerings. Overall I was excited by the vintage selection but let down by the service and the promise of more taps online to find less than half were being used.
I expected this place to be good. It's not. It's not a restaurant but a pub that does burgers. It does not have a 400-strong beer list it has 50 hyped vintage beers at catastrophic prices - a few justified. It does not have 73 taps, it has 12. Intrusive music impairs thinking. Cip oil impairs the sensitivities. The interesting if unsubtle design feechas are common down this strip. It's not bad but no way it it a 98th percentile performer. I mirror sebletitje's comments on service. Did Peroni take over or something?
Surpisingly empty when I visited during a week'q night.
Decent craft selection, a bit confusing to read the names. Good decoration with a bit of cellar atmosphere. I saw people walking down with their beer orders from the bbq place next door and fill up their jars.
Didn't eat but menu was more along the American grub variety.
Despite being the sole customer the service was non-existant, the guy just gave me a beer and stayed glued to his cell phone. Good place but other more central options offer similar styles.