Very nice place with a relaxed atmosphere. Lunch menu was outstanding (def go with the crabcake). Beer selection was pretty good, but they didn’t have some of the cool stuff that Rehoboth gets (i.e. Burton Baton on tap). If it wasn’t so far out of the way I’d go there all the time.
This place was a freaking zoo on St. Patty’s day. I was faced with the decision of waiting an hour for a table or pushing my way in to the packed bar. I chose the latter. Good selection of DFH beers; at least 10 bottles to do with the 10+ taps. Prices a bit high, but not bad. Service was good considering the crowd.
Nice restaurant serving Dogfish beers. Decent sized bar with some bar-side tables. Decent beer selection with Dogfish staples, seasonals, and some of their more uncommon brews. Food was good and comparable with the VA locations. Friendly staff. Good amount of free parking in the lot.
Though it is another bland building in that suburban mall mode, the place has the cozy feel of a crowded local. The staff are friendly and helpful. The selection while good is of course limited to Dogfish.
I have finally visited all three DFH Alehouses with our stop here today. This one is two-story and could be disguised as an office building. We were seated promptly but unfortunately our server had many tables, so service was slow. The beers were fresh, though a bit cold, and the food was awesome (as it is at all their places).
Visited about a month ago, closest location to my home. Always busy when I go, expect at least a half hour wait. Once in the service has been good, plenty of DFH beers on draft (always changing, check website), and the food has been decent (typical American dining fare). Pricing is a little high IMHO but for the occasional DFH rarity worth it. We go a few times a year, not about to change.
First trip to the Gaitherburg location. Small bar area that was packed for a Friday. The service was good though. The bartender was jokingly a dick to the non beer drinkers which is always appropriate in this sort of establishment. Beer was good and food was good but it is very expensive. I wasn’t surprised but someone else may be. Worth a stop if you want some real beer.
Stopped in for lunch prior to a wedding. A large restaurant spice with dark wood accents throughout. Server we had was good if not particularly knowledgeable. There were a large number of Dogfish head beers available on tap and in bottles. Food was good but nothing to write home about. The prices were a bit steep IMO. A nice stop but nothing special.
Always has the full lineup of Dogfish beer available on draft, plus offers to Dogfish versions of black and tan’s - Chicory/90, and World Wide Stout/120(although that costs about $20). Food is solid, and for the area is a solid stop in. Not a destination unless you never can get Dogfish Head beers.