Came here for a family dinner and happened to catch a Wednesday night trivia night. The place is in a strip mall across from Fifty West, and the interior is modern and bland. The tap selection is good; mostly Irish-themed stuff when we went because it was right after St. Patrick’s Day. The service was good; above average but not knowledgable. The biggest disappointment was the food. Everyone said "great burgers," but they’re small for the price, have uneven and sloppy toppings, and are too greasy. Seemed like pre-formed patties, too. Fries were decent. All in all, a bit of a letdown.
The place advertises a big beer selection, but the our waitress didn’t even know what they had that was not on the menu. She kept trying to sell us mixed drinks instead. However, the i did overhear the bartender talking and she knew her stuff. The food was alright, kinda over priced.
The place was dead on the rainy week-day night that my date and I visited it, but I like a quiet scene. She had the asian burger, I had the special, a very spicy mexican burger. Both were excellent, but the sides stole the show. She had the mac and cheese, which had a grilled crunchy cheese layer that was amazing. I had the sweet potato fries, which came with a delicious sort of syrup-sauce, it was nearly a desert. The ambiance was nice and not-too-dark, a reasonable place to take your family but enjoy great beer at the same time. Pretty nice and varied selection, with a nice-looking detailed dedicated beer menu. Some rotating seasonal taps. Waitresses were very nice and accomodating (like I said, it was dead). T-shirts were an astonishing $11, very cheap. I was very happy with this place, and will definitely be making a return visit (at least once a month to try their "burger-of-the-month")... It’s especially convenient that it’s only about 5 minutes from my house. A great discovery.
On a return visit, I discovered their happy hour. From 2-6, select appetizers are half-off (for $3.50), and all of their beers are $3.50! What an awesome value for incredible craft beers.
Chudwick (187) Taylor Mill, Kentucky | November 25, 2011| Updated January 27, 2014
Great burgers. Good service. Kinda of cold temperature wise. Variety as far as the rotating taps go. Suburban atmosphere. Good beer selection.