First time in Memhis and this was highly recommended by people in Knoxville. We were not disappointed. Food was excellent. The service was also very good. They did not provide a mat for the flights which made tasting difficult. The bread pudding was superb.
Stopped by on a Saturday night. Was very busy but found a place at the bar. Only had time for a pint of their Oatmeal Stout, which was nice. They had 8 of their beers on tap. Sample flights were available. Many people were waiting to have dinner. Will return if I have the chance.
Visited on a Wednesday afternoon. Nice brewpub location, parking is a little difficult. 8 beers on tap when I visited, sample trays were offered. A couple good beers and some mediocre offerings. Worth checking out if you are in Memphis.
Checked out Bosco’s on a Sunday afternoon. Pretty decent place overall. Decent food but expensive food (had the burger ($12) and garlic fries), nice jazz band playing and and while the beer wasn’t spectacular it was decent considering there just isn’t much variety in Tennessee. Also, parking is at a premium. We parked on a neighborhood street behind the building. It’s probably worse on a Saturday night.
Visited here way back in 2005.
around $10/12 from downtown in a cab.
A balmy Ocotber evening saw us outside in the courtyard.
The joint was busy with a youngish crowd.
Service was good as was the food, had a really good burger.
Beers all from their own brewery which were ok but no world beaters.
Worth a cab out here from downtown.
My wife and I checked out Bosco’s, Squared on our way into Memphis, bypassing downtown a little bit to get there. The atmosphere is nice- bricks and wood, with a long oval-shaped bar, a side room, a patio, and a main dining room, where we sat. The wait staff was all right, not the most knowledgeable or attentive, but friendly. The selection was 4 year-round beers and 4 seasonal beers, all of which were available in an $8 sampler. Pints were $4.50. The beer itself is not bad but there were no standouts. The food is average pub fare; we had the Friday lunch special shrimp po’ boy and fries. Overall, it’s worth visiting while in Memphis because it’s the only brewpub. Memphis is not a good beer town for a city of its size.
Stopped in on a Saturday night. This was quite a drive from the downtown area with plenty of parking behind. More upscale than most brewpubs I visit with food to match. The brewer seems to like well hopped beers. The Isle of Skye Scottish and their porter are examples. I had a fried chicken salad and my wife had an Italian pasta dish which were both very good. I asked my server about any beer that was not on the menu and was informed of a bottle conditioned Golden Belgian 12 oz. bottle. I didn’t ask if other beers are available and had the 8 sampler. Samples were small (3 ounces?).
Stopped in at brewpub on a Tuesday night. Had 4 regulars and 4 seasonals on tap. All middle of the road brews. Nothing bad but nothing that really jumper out either. Friendly patrons. Had the grouper sandwich with parmeson garlic fries that were pretty damn good. Had a 8 beer sample, IPA on cask, and the meal for $25 which a pretty good deal. Worth a stop for sure.