I recently started going to Cooter Brown’s for football gamedays. As someone who enjoys good beer this place is the cream of the crop when it comes to sports bars. They have over 30 taps of local, domestic, and international beers, as well as hundreds of bottles from around the world. The service is great considering the usual large crowds and the food menu offers a nice variety of items with some east coast flair. The oysters are also delicious and reasonably priced.
Visited the night of Saturday, January 2, 2016. The place was really dead for it being a Saturday night. We wanted to try a couple of bottles on the menu, but the first three we attempted to order they did not have. The two bottles we finally ordered and drank seemed to be rather stale. The kitchen was closed for renovation, though we probably wouldn’t have eaten as it wasn’t very clean. Service was so-so. Didn’t make it to the Snooty Cooter; that might have improved the night with its selection of beers on tap. Overall, the place seemed past its prime, but maybe we just picked a bad night to visit.
Decent selection of on-tap beers. Bottled beer selection is unparalleled. You look at all the coolers filled with beers and you think....."So this is what heaven is like". Servers are okay, but most days you get the impression that they want to serve you and get you out of their face. The exception is the new Snooty Cooter, a new microbar in the back that sells only microbrews on tap. I highly recommend it, as the beers are better and the server is most happy to accommodate your typical beer taste with beaucoup samples.
More of a sports bar/pool bar. Selection used to be world class...now not quite as good. Seem to really concentrate on the local stuff which I applaud. Those coolers just used to be a lot more full of different beers.
Stopped in while I was killing time before my flight home. Very much a gritty college bar type of vibe.
The good: the draft beers we had were very fresh. Also an above average tap and bottle list.
The bad: the service was indifferent at best... seemed more interested in talking to one of the beer reps about their fantasy football teams rather than serving customers. Also, the one bottled beer I had was ridiculously stale.
The ugly: the bathroom (a single stall) didn’t have a lock on the door or any toilet paper.
Overal, the draft beer was fine but there were major issues with everything else.
OK so I’ve been here before many times and just went back so I thought it was time to do a review. The place is pretty cool. Kind of trashy looking but a nice beer selection. People say they have the biggest beer selection in town but I’m not so sure. I think the Bulldog may have them beat. The food was pretty kick ass we had some oysters. I had a Abita Amber which tasted a bit off. I know that particular beer sells well so I pretty sure it wasn’t an old keg but I do question the draught lines. Overall a great place for college kids looking for good beer. But I’m no longer a college kid so hmmm.
Went to this place on the St. Charles trolley on a sunny afternoon. Only a few people in the place when we got there. Fairly dark and roadhouse like atmosphere. Lots of games, TVs, tables, bar space, food area, etc. They had several banks of taps with a decent selection of local, regional, macros and imports. I shared a ’gator sausage sandwich and it was ok. Most of the beer was pretty good except one line apparently hadn’t been properly handled and was totally dominated by bleach. Maybe it was the glass. Prices and service were reasonable.