Not too bad this place. They didn’t have any cool seasonals/special beers, but the regular lineup was more than adequate. The IPA was tasty as was the hefe. The food didn’t disappoint either. Gave us the energy we needed for a great BB King concert later that evening!
Very interesting place. Huge inside (and our waiter Big Ken was huge as well) but nice atmosphere. Hard to find searching only by address, but we are unfamiliar with area completely. I would say this is leaning towards an upscale restaurant that happens to make its own beer. Food was excellent but pricey. Beers all above average, with the Dunkel being the best of the four we managed to have. At times hard to get service, but it was a busy Friday night. Absolutely worth another visit.
The restaurant is spacious and airy with several distinct areas including a very appealing bar, several seating areas in the same large open space, a covered, outdoor beer garden, and a pool hall room with its own small bar. They usually only serve their own in-house beers which vary from good to excellent, and are served in proper glassware. Service is usually very good, and the food is dependably good, being upscale in both content and price.
Weird shopping plaza, very large with places scattered all over. This place is tucked into the northeast corner and has a parking lot nearby. Large interior, big bar dominates all, and lots of TVs. Brewing equipment surrounds the periphery. Apps were tasty and creative. Ten or so taps, we shared a flight, and beers were decent enough. A bit of a chain restaurant feel to the whole experience.
Located towards the back of a big, unwieldy shopping center. Brewpub chain feel, but fairly dark and woody. Nice vibe. The menu features some less than usual proteins, and I had an antelope dish which was solid. Beers were all solid with a couple of standouts. Prices are solid. Staff was nice, but I was with TBS who knows a lot of the staff here so I can’t comment on the normal customer experience. Overall pretty nice.
I took my wife here to enjoy some organic food after a she tolerated a long day of driving and beer hunting with me. The service was solid, with an attentive Bosnian (we asked) waitress who always had another set of hands available when needed. Our table for two left tablespace for food, beers, and menus or rating sheets a bit thin. The food was much better than the average brewpub, having both variety and quite a few specials. Only 4 of 5 beers on tap though, and the Munich Helles had run out. All beers were enjoyable by me and I would think the general public, although I was hoping for a more diverse and exotic offering. IMHO a few additional aging & serving tanks & taps would go a long way here - hint to management. I noticed quite a few wine and water drinkers - so sad.
Urban upscale brewpub restaurant with only 5 selections of the house brews on tap, and only three ales: ESB, Nut Brown and Porter. The beers were all good, but I was expecting some bigger and better brews here. Pizza and service was good. As others stated previously, not really worth the hassle of fighting through traffic to seek out, but a nice choice if in the area.
Great looking building, and a nice selection of beers. We were there for lunch on Sunday, and the menu was topnotch with every dish unusual. Lunch prices were not bad, but not cheap either.
Braudog (887) Yorktown, Virginia | June 26, 2005| Updated October 26, 2009
First Visited in June 2001 and finally made it back in October 2009. Stopped by at 6pm on a Monday and found the place damn near empty. Inside was dark and broody. No one was in the dining room, just at the bar. With a glance at the menu I knew I wouldn’t eat either ... It ranged from $3 popcorn to $13 pizza to $25 entrees. Odd selection. Thank God for good beer! I know 5 Seasons has a solid rep, and I was not disappointed in the beer. Too bad I had to drive or I wouldve run the table.
Beers are usually very good according to my palate. Food is pretty decent but not incredible nor unique, although service and staff have never given me a bad experience. Not a high selection of beers, but the quality keeps me coming back when I’m in the craving for their brews. This is a great place to go with friends to talk and kill off a few pints and a few hours.