wchesser (38) Denver, Colorado | June 3, 2016
- AMBIANCE 4/5
- SERVICE 7/10
- SELECTION 12/15
- FOOD 8/10
- VALUE 8/10
- OVERALL 15/20
Restaurant specializing in wings and related spicy goods, e.g. jerk burgers, spicy thai peanut chicken salads, etc. Denver manifestation of the Portland íchainí. Solid, well curated tap list and bottles. Friendly staff and an active vibrant neighborhood scene. Beers included Strange Pumpkin Porter, Stone Sublimely, Bear Republic Racer 5, Olympia, Lone Star, Ska Modus Hoperandi, FW Wookie Jack, Black Butte, SKA Mole Stout etc.
>>>UPDATE: Totally disagree with Ernestís review. I live around the corner and this IS a place to go for beer. Drive here as a destination, no, but if you are on the strip in the Highlands and looking for the best taps to hit with your lunch, this is the place hands down. Constantly rotating and a notch above anyone else on the strip. Totally agree with the Mondo Vino recommendation though...
They have recently added a couple íhigh endí taps. Beers Iíve had off them include Bourbon County, SKA Monumentale, RR Supplication, FW sours, and the like.
3fourths (1553) Boulder, Colorado | September 30, 2013
- AMBIANCE 3/5
- SERVICE 7/10
- SELECTION 5/15
- FOOD N/A
- VALUE N/A
- OVERALL 10/20
A small Portland-based chain with legitimate top-level chicken wings, this is is their only non-Oregon location so I was surprised to stumble upon them without knowing they had opened. Thing is, itís not a place to go for beer so itís inclusion on Ratebeer is dubious, but with out new "donít delete" policy it stays, so here are my thoughts. You might find a Lagunitas on tap, but big deal. Head a couple of blocks east to Mondo Vino, one of the best bottle shops in Colorado if youíre into well-made imported beer handled by people who know what theyíre doing.