Excellent place for awesome beer and awesome food. A killer combination. Go here if you want some beers that are a little out of the normal mainstream of beers. Plenty of taps and bottles, this place is one of my favorites. Oh yeah and the TV’s are awesome
bleeng (168) Seattle still not near Beersel., Washington | May 3, 2011
Neighborhood hangout with kids welcome. No smoking a huge plus. Great service at the bar with samples freely poured. Nice well thought out selection of about 20 taps and 100 bottles. Food is good and all the other plates looked delicious. Parking is tight. Beats the smoking Saucer.
This is my favorite place in Nashville to go and grab that unique brew on tap. The service is unreal! The servers are always coming around checking on you. I really enjoy the no smoking inside and the fact that you will see people bringing their kiddos in there for a drink or 2. All about being responsible.
I really liked this place- their beer selection was big, not as big as Flying Saucer, but it had a lot more micros and special releases. The food was also very good, but a little expensive. My Hawaiian cheese steak was $13. Most of the beers on tap were only $3 on the day that I went Great place- I’ll prob be going often, especially since it’s so close to work.
Not a bad spot. No smoking inside, so good for ratings. There is a porch out front that you can smoke on. Some pretty damn good stuff on tap. Yazoo hop project, Terrapin depth charge were there on my visit. Bartenders were pretty cool once they realized I wanted to talk beer.
They have a decent selection of beer both on draft and in bottles. The employees tend to be fairly knowledgeable about beer. The food is OK, the live music is usually pretty good. This place isn’t very big, so it fills up fast and they close fairly early. Plan accordingly.
Went here to grab a pint of the Yazoo 5th anniversary Fresh Hop on draft. It was small, very crowded, and noisy as hell. About an hour after arriving, a shitty country band started playing (but this is nashville afterall ...), which cleared the place out a bit, but the service was still REALLY slow. But this was understandable because they only had 2 bartenders/waiters in the whole place! So cudos to them for doing a good job under the circumstances. The main draw for this place would be their (relatively) inexpensive, but delicious food. I had a terrific southwestern cobb salad and my wife had the salmon which was also great. I probably would come back, but only during the off-peak hours when there is no band.
I finally found a good opportunity to check out this place. My best friend was playing two sets here on a Tuesday night. Located in a small redevelopment area near Belmont University, amongst trendy places like Mirror and Mafiozas. While they may not have the selection of Flying Saucer, what they do have is a good local Nashville vibe. Crowd is a mix of neighboorhood folks, musicians, and students. They feature a good mix of live music throughout the week, most of which is no cover (just put money in the tip jar). There are about 20 taps, including locals from Yazoo and Blackstone. Bottle selection is mosly fairly common domestic micro session beers, but there are a few European beers as well( could use more Belgians). Nothing rare, but any beer geek should be able to find something enjoyable. I have not tried the food yet, but the fusion menu looks good. Non-smoking, and bands start at 9pm nightly. Check the web site