Been going here for years. Itís a little more popular now but fine by me. The place hasnít changed much. The feel of the place is rather good and with the expansion of their speak easy itís a win, win. The service is rather crappy the past few times that I went. Never had a problem until the past few times. I remember a couple of months ago my party and I were told not to sit somewhere and that there is room down at the speak easy bar. I didnít like that but I stuck around because hell I enjoy the tap list and wanted some descent bar food. The beer on tap always has something that I am interested in and I am a picky person. The pizza is really good and the wings are better than most places. They have great sauces. The value is good to fair on food and the prices on drafts and bottles are typical of a craft specialty bar. Overall a great stop if you are in the area.
On the street parking. Atmosphere is old narrow bar with tables. Service was pretty good. Beer selection was pretty good. I enjoyed the meat lovers pizza. Pricing was high for everything. It was advertised that you could kid get a personal pizza with one topping for $5, but that was only good for two hours, and I was around fifteen minutes late for that, $14 for 10" meat lovers. Over $20 for one small beer and a pizza. I would come back for happy hour.
Visited with the RBSG group during Happy Hour, so that meant all taps were half price. Awesome! They had a Pizza Boy tap takeover during the visit, and all of those beers were great! They also had a Speedway Stout variant on that was new to me and a few awesome ciders from Arsenal. Service was friendly. I had probably 5 different people wait on me, and they were all great. Very accommodating to our large group. I didnít try the food or buy any bottles, but I did look the bottles over. There was some good stuff in there, but with the type of beers they had on draft, no there was no need to move to them on this day. This place is awesome, and totally worth going out of your way to visit.
Um, a happy hour from 4:30-6:30 that includes half off ALL craft beer and cider? A downstairs bar to help escape any crowdedness? Staff that, despite their different ranges of beer knowledge, were hospitable and welcoming to a large group hounding them at the same time? Sign me up!
A pizza joint that is more bar than anything else and has a great tiny bar downstairs. Large tap list that is well curated and some nice ciders. Service was very friendly but not beer focused. I didnít eat. Super cheap happy hour, almost ridiculous. A great stop.
Good first stop for RBSG. Large bar upstairs, second full bar downstairs. Upstairs had tons of Pizza Boy beers, which I love. Downstairs had some tasty local ciders. Staff were terrific. Happy hour prices were fantastic. Didnít try the pizza, it looked OK as it went by to others. Good place.
Nice selection of ~20 beers on tap. Many promotional items and events. Descent variety of food items, mostly bar food and pizzas. Pizza was good and fairly priced. Beer seems a bit pricy, $6-$8 a pint. A flight of 4 - 5oz samples is $12. They have a bar with some tables up front and another room with tables in the back and a lower floor open on the weekends. I got there @11 on a Monday to try some beers and have lunch. The door was locked so I waited outside and finally called them on the phone to see if they were open then they came and unlocked it about 11:10. Street parking only or walk a few blocks to find a lot.
Selection is excellent. Value is best at happy hour, when drafts are half off. Pizzas are real good (try the pizza rolls). Service, unfortunately, varies between slow and poor (maybe one attentive bartender in the joint). Its really the only thing holding this place back for me. Downstairs speakeasy greatly expanded the joint, which is a plus.