This is a cool restaurant in one of the city’s best areas; I’d come here for the pizza and to hear bands play anyway. So the fact they have more taps and chilled bottle beers than you can shake a stick at makes it a dream destination. I haven’t bought a growler to-go, but I thinks it’s great that you can. There is a well-organized and educational beer book on each table. The staff is extremely beer-wise and they even host periodic "Beer School" series complete with brewer reps. Highly recommended.
MrBunn (92) The Wet Side of a Dry Town, Pennsylvania | July 10, 2008
Stopped in for lunch today and was pleasantly surprised. I expected it to be good, but it was even better. I’d guess they had 65-ish beers on tap with many, many other bottles. Service sitting at the bar was fantastic... I asked about how a couple of kolsches compared and I was given samples to check them out. Just a sip or so, but a really nice touch. Food was superb. I had the Philly wrap and recommend it.
Great good. Great beer. 55 beers on tap and over 200 bottles. Asked for a list of beers on tap and was given a booklet. Three pages of draft beers. Was excited to drink Founders Breakfast Stout on tap. Amazing stuff. Was very cold in this restaurant, but the pizza is top notch and the beer is first rate.
this is a top notch place in my book. I was here a few nights ago and met up with a friend and some of her friends. I was amazed at the tap seleciton. they have the best in the St Louis area for shure! I had a bells Two hearted from tap and it was nothing short of amazing. I forgot how much this beer rocks, especially from the tap! I finished it off with a 2003 Bells Expedition that only cost me $5.25. very reasonable in my book! I hope to make this a weekly place to hang out!
This is a cool little restaurant (upper-end diner feel) in a great historic part of town. Decent number of taps with 100+ bottles. Pretty good selection of drafts with some heavy hitters like Founder’s Breakfast, Bells Hopslam, and a decent number of Trappists beers. Be aware though, that the bottled IPAs might not be the freshest, so talk to your server before ordering one. My server was great and seemed to know a fair amount about beer so it was easy to B/S with him. The host even called me a cab when I needed to leave. My grilled wrap was pretty good, but the fries were bad (frozen). All in all, I had a good time at this place because of the decent selection, people, and atmosphere. When I return to St. Louis I will definitely check this place out again.
Great bar. 55 taps, many of them hard to find. There were several taps there that I have not seen anywhere else. These people know their craft beer. No table service at the bar area, that’s the only knock on the service. The bartender was friendly and knowledgeable. The clientele there know their stuff too. It was honestly hard to decide which beer to choose. The food is cheap during happy hour with big portions. I will be here again,
Definitely worth going to this one. Around 50 taps, one of which being a Bell’s seasonal, another 50 bottles, and an actual beer menu. I personally had a Cave Creek Chili Beer, and washed that out with a Bell’s Third Coast Old Ale, and spent only $10. The prices are very reasonable, they carry a small selection of Belgians, and the scene is pretty cool as well.
Extra points for being the club that helped Uncle Tupelo launch its star. Plenty of interesting tap and bottle choices, varied and tasty menu, and popular with locals of all sorts. Hard not to like this place.