Free parking lot close. The bottle shop has a door on the main road, but was locked during my visit. You have to go to an interior courtyard area to get to restaurant door. Restaurant is new bistro with weathered wood on the wall. Bar is on the back right. The bottle shop was technically open, but had to take bottles to restaurant to check out. Service for bottle shop was good, however restaurant service was lacking. Beer selection of bar was pretty good. Bottle shop had two bottles I purchased. I had the pulled porked and it was pretty good. Pricing was reasonable. I would come back.
Stopped in on a Friday night around 8 pm and grabbed a street parking spot that was a little last where my GPS said the address was located. I was in front of a Starbucks. Turns out, this was right in front of Dilly. I just had to walk through a patio area. It looked like there was a dedicated parking lot available, too, but it is shared with all the other stores close by. The patio area seemed nice. There was a jazz band playing as I walked through. Inside there weren’t many seats available and I took the last one at the bar. They had four casks and at least ten taps, plus several refrigerators of bottles. The unrefrigerated beer section was probably five or so wide. Iddidn’t dig through their bottles, but it looked like a decent selection for the area. Maybe a touch above par. I ordered the Bourbon Burger and it came out before I finished my first beer. Cooked the way I ordered it, so no complaints there. It was a good burger, just a little over priced. The fries it came with were good as well. I had a couple beers and a burger and my total after tip was around $25. Service was attentive and knowledgeable. One bartender seemed to know more than the other, but that’s just how it goes. All in all, I had a great experience here, and would come back.
Used to have a good thing going, but changes have made this a place I rarely stop by anymore. Food was good, selection was good, draft list was good and still may be but I haven’t been in a while. Plenty of better places around town these days.
The selection isn’t quite as impressive as a few other nearby stores, but its still large with some very hard to find beers. Nice feel, nice neighborhood. Service is fair. Food is good but a little expensive. Nice taps with a cask offering (always a plus). It’s too bad for them that they lost Pnut. Definitely a spot worth checking out.
Classic beer location in the quaint village of Mariemont. Good food and beer selection. Place consists of a patio out front, seating inside, small bar, and a beer store of above average size. Bartender is very knowledgeable and patient. Most people are pretty nice, lots of locals from the neighborhood go here. Have had many strike up a conversation, whether it be about beer, the food, etc.. Pretty good sandwiches and burgers. I love the Mariemont Cobbler, and the BLT is satisfying. Expect $9-12 range for food. Some beers on tap can be expensive, but they aren’t too bad. Beer store prices are mostly retail. Lots of vintage stuff available. They seemed to have recently opened up a section in the back for more beer shelves. The perfect place to take my mom out to lunch and enjoy a good beer. Have been many times, will return many more.
Great beer and wine selection,with many hard to find on draft including Chimay Blanche. Family friendly with knowledgable staff, and good food. A hidden gem on the east side of Cincinnati.
Chudwick (198) Taylor Mill, Kentucky | November 23, 2012| Updated August 13, 2013
Ambiance was a tad snooty, but not stuffy. Server was courteous but not too knowledgeable. Food was decent but a little overpriced. Bottles were decently priced but not the food. Will go back for a few food items but left with all the beer I wanted (4 bottles and two drafts).