I like going here. Yea, the service isn’t always that great and the waitstaff are there just for looks, but I only really go for the beer. They have 82 beers or so on tap, but there could be more craft beers and rarities. There should be more local beers though. The food is just bar food. Some of the stuff is decent, like the quesadilla, chips and queso, and a couple sandwiches. Some of these reviewers act like this place is supposed to have good food or something. Anyhow, I go to get my name on the wall and to drink some beer that I normally wouldn’t get to taste.
Doesn’t look like much from the outside but once inside it is very much a Flying Saucer. Lots of good beers on tap. I really wasn’t on a unicorn hunt so I don’t know about those but it took less than three seconds to find a beer that I wanted to try. Some parking onsite but it fills up quickly. Other than that there is paid parking close by.
Tons of beer on tap and a lot of them local, which is always nice. However, it was too dark and the beer menu was printed in such a tiny font that it was difficult to read. Food was good and most prices were reasonable. Nice place.
If you like a large selection and an overpriced menu than this is place for you. Don’t get me wrong, I love college girls in microskirts serving beers, but the gimmicky atmosphere and tiny servings at large costs make this not the place to go if you really want to enjoy a couple beers.
RickyJ (2) South Carolina | November 27, 2012| Updated January 7, 2013
Great service and even better beer selection. Great place to relax.
On par with other larger Flying Saucers. Big patio for the smokers, reasonable parking - drive on the sidestreets for street parking. Flying Saucer food is OK, the palate cleanser plate is great, esp the cheeses. Service was not as great as other places. Friendly crowd, same old pint night and trivia. One thing that makes this a good destination is that there are at least two other great beer bars with huge selections in staggering distance.