Visited on a jumpin’ Sunday night (it didn’t seem like many restaurants in this neighborhood were open on Sunday) and were led to the only open table. Waiter Justin insisted on bringing a 2-oz sample before he’d bring a pint (very thoughtful). Families and couples among the clientele. Both beers I had were well above average. Our soup, sandwiches and sides were all delicious. Not a huge selection of in-house brews (nine, as I recall) but also a full bar with nice top-shelf selections. Convenient street parking and a lot across the street. Well worth the stop.
At first, I was worried that they were out of business, the front of the place is pretty inconspicuous and is pretty much the only thing on the block. Once inside though, it’s a classy looking old timey pub atmosphere. I was in the area for business, but it seems like a pretty popular watering hole. The staff was friendly and attentive. The bartender was pretty excited to talk beer, although they were pretty busy at the time, so we didn’t get to too much chatting. They had eight taps going of palatable beer; although I had to knock them one point on selection for the fact that I saw people ordering and drinking Michelob Ultra. Shame on Front Street for stocking Michelob (they have so much better to offer) and shame on the customers for ordering it. The food was quite tasty - one of the best chicken tortilla soups I’ve ever had, and a really tasty mahi mahi sandwich on ciabatta bread. Eight samples of beer plus a sandwich for just about $20 - I was pretty happy about that.
I’ve been here quite a few times while living in the QC, and it’s a pretty good place; I’ll definitely be going back whenever I visit. The ambiance is okay, nothing special. It’s a small place that gets dim at night, but it’s best to sit outside on a cooler summer day - lots of fun. The service is hit or miss with the waiters and waitresses, but the bartenders are all pretty awesome. If you’re there around closing time and are talkative, they’re likely to hit you up with some free beers or at least free samples. The selection basically entails their beers, but they’re pretty nice - I especially like the Cherry and the Stout. The food here is pretty good. I’ve had some different dishes and they’ve all been fantastic. The value is good to average - some of the food can be a bit pricey, but the beers are average for the area. Overall, a grand little place just off the river with some good beers and great food!
An excellent place. Located conveniently across the street from Rhythm City Casino. Their beer selection isn’t very large and doesn’t change as often as I’d like (several times I’ve been there, they have been without a seasonal offering). Food here is usually really good. The chef makes different soups all of the time, using fresh produce grown locally. There is a small patio outside in back with some tables for when the weather is nice.