I knew immediately this was connected to Cafe Centraal as the beer menu looks exactly the same. Smallish, cozy feel but plenty of space. Excellent bartender. Good food. Solid beer list, much like Centraal. I tried the "house" beers which were solid. Pricy beers food prices OK. Solid place.
Nice building, interesting and fitting décor. Overall poor service. Slow. Fiancé’s mocha espresso was garbage. Almost walked out after taking forever to get some simple appetizers. Dirty water glass. Food is average and overpriced. Draft and bottle list is big but never changes and wont find anything special on it as well as being staggeringly overpriced. Don’t bother.
Nice setting on the river in downtown Tosa. Mostly Belgians on tap with a few other offerings and a nice bottle selection. Service was okay, didn’t eat and didn’t stay too long as well. There’s something about this "chain" that turns me off a bit. Not sure if it’s the overpriced beers or what but I tend to look elsewhere when heading out in town.
Great food, great beer and great ambiance. Their is always a mellow vibe coming from this place. Good people and usually not to stuffy of a crowd. Good place to grab a late dinner and a few beers or enjoy their brunch and bloodys. I would highly recommend Cafe Hollander.
A fun bar in an eclectic old building. Food is pretty good, and the upstairs dining is nice and a bit quieter than the bar. They have a large patio area during the summertime. A decent selection of belgian beers.
Close to my house, which is nice. However, I never go there. It’s usually packed with yuppies. The food is decent but overpriced. the beer list has some Belgians, but the taps hardly every rotate and they are waaaaay overpriced. They do have a nice outdoor patio that overlooks the river. I make an effort not to go there.
Really nice ambiance and decor, and they have a nice patio. Service was almost near perfect, waitress came by quickly and assisted us, and knew about beer. the Food was really good, and they had a vast beer selection (many Belgian beers for sure) of a lot of beers that aren’t available where I live (Ale Asylum, New Holland, Goose Island). I only really fault them for their prices. Bottles of beer were a bit pricier than I would like to pay, but still acceptable. There is another location, in Wauwatosa, that may be better, or worse, but I do not know. I find these people who complained about this place to be a bit excessive, and perhaps they are referring to the other location.