Overall this was a great experience for me. I went for the first time on a Friday evening and even sitting next to a large party I could hear my friends. They have a large, loud main hall, but adjacent to it is a much quieter side dining area. The food was excellent: pizza, salads, and appetizers were fresh, original, and a good-size. They have their 7-beer sampler for $8.50, and it is a nice primer. Their beers weren’t exceptional and they were out of the seasonal and any guest beers, but the food made up for it.
There’s a lot of large format corporate brew pubs kicking around, so I was skeptical when I entered this tourist located venue. But the service proved exceptional, the food was solid, and they have an impressive list of their own brews across the spectrum, a damn good pumpkin seasonal, and a not too shabby bottle selection as well. Plus, you can take your friends with kids, have a brew, and not worry about too much rowdy invading your personal space.
Pretty much a typical run of the mill chain restaurant, though some of their beers were decent. Service was good. Food was good. Prices were fair. Not really much to say about this place other than it was pretty good but forgettable. There are better places in the Orlando area but if you are close by it’s not a bad place to have a few microbrews with dinner.
Chain restaurant with their own brews on tap. Nice decor and the food is pretty good especially if you love thick crust pizza. Beers are not bad and carry some belgium beers in bottles as well. Have a huge tv behind the bar which was kind of nice.
Any time I’m down that way we stop in, cause their food pretty good. I’ve had all of their standard taps and they are ok, nothing to write home about. The Grand Cru was a decent offering. Service is hit or miss.
Been here a few times. Food is always good. Service is usually pretty good. None of the house beers are bad, but I haven’t had any I thought were excellent, either. Some solid guest taps and bottles to choose from.