Quick stop with Bobby and Mike. In a shopping center, just across the street from Hazels. Quite crowded for a Monday night (perhaps for the football game). Typical BJs decor and selection. I guess you could come here for some dinner and beers, but with so many other options in town, I’m not sure why you would.
Visited October 7, 2013 with 3fourths and womencantsail.
Across the street from Hazel’s so if you get tired of BJ’s house beer you can walk a couple hundred yards and get some good bottles to take home. Inside this is your typical BJ’s setup. The bar is on the left with the high tables. The restaurant is the rest of the building. Same stone bar top (which I always thought were some of the nicer bars around) and the same dark stained wood tables. Unforunately they didn’t have any house beers we hadn’t tried. Sometimes I’ll get lucky and find a seasonal IPA that I haven’t tried before.
JK (413) St. Louis Park, Minnesota | September 7, 2013| Updated January 11, 2015
Corporate as hell. Pub food and an ok flatbread. I tried two beers and a cider, none of which would bring me back. Service was friendly. This seems like a place that would work in the twin cites. But the bottom line is boring beers in a part of the country bursting with beer.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | October 13, 2010| Updated December 12, 2013
I love hitting this place while done on Pearl Street. There’s some pretty good beers here and I love the food. It’s worth dropping by here while on Pearl Street or on a Boulder Brewery tour.
Clean, bright appearance. Simple pubby food with a small selection of beer. The usual brewpub selection although the stout was particularly well done. I doubt this is the best place in Boulder, but I’ll have to come back before I can judge the rest of them.
clean and somewhat chain like. decent beer, but nothing that knocked our socks off. stout was strong, 9% and nice bakance of roast ness and chocolate. friendly and timely service. With the mixed revues, I did not expecy much, but was [plaesantly surprised.