Stopped in for bottles, did not eat or drink. Interior was nice, with old wood, a cozy atmosphere, albeit a bit cramped. The bar was ample, the beer selection well above average. I stopped in at 11:30 and was told the upstairs bottle shop did not open until noon, so honestly that pissed me off somewhat. The oarking lot sucked. I don’t think establishments should be putting limitations on their customers. At any rate, this rate is off the beer list and decor, and I will update over time.
MadIndian (47) Levittown, Pennsylvania | July 6, 2014| Updated August 15, 2016
The interior was awesome. The beer selection was good, my St Bernardus 12 was fresh, but my misus’ Weihenstephaner was not. The loft is awesome if you’re looking for some good rare beers, the gift shop is cool too. Food was just ok.
Went on Father’s day so it was busy. We called ahead and verified our reservation - but when we got there they didn’t have us (apparently reservations can be mixed up by them between Iron Abby and the Brazilian Steak house). At least they were apologetic and bought our 1st round for us (so for me, they handled it perfectly). Nice tap list and nice bottle list. Some bottles pricey, but I did find a couple I have not had and wanted to try. Food was good too. Service was a bit slow, but they were crowded
jdb288 (98) Wake Forest , North Carolina | November 5, 2013
not the greatest food I’ve had, but the beer selection was decent. Have to say that one draft fell flat - not sure if it was the keg, the draft system, or what. Had another and it was just fine. Worth stopping in to check out the latest beer book if you are in the area.
I walked 3.4 miles, round trip, for filthy tap lines and dead, old beer on draft. I had 8 samplers and five of them were ruined by dirty tap lines or having been on tap too long. Gaffel Kolsch, St. Bernardus, Uerge Sticke, 1 kellerbier, 1 landbier, and 1 berliner weisse. The service was brusk and the crowd was....not with it. Veneer of quality, but an underlying desire for Bud Light. The deviled eggs were pre-made and just plopped, ice cold, on wilted lettuce. The cheese plate was generous and had some decent cheeses, which was the redeeming factor, but this place was far from my favorite.
Stopped in here for dinner last night after the Tired Hands release. My first trip here, I may have been more interested in the steaks next door but this was a close second.
Atmosphere was pretty good. Lots of people all over the place enjoying themselves, a few TV’s on the walls and a nice space overall. Quality was pretty high as well. Our drinks were served in the correct glasses and the food was fresh made. Speaking of food, I got the smoked and oaked ribs. The sauce was a little spicy for my tastes, I prefer my BBQ on the sweet side, either way they were pretty good, as were the potato’s.
Service was a bit hit or miss. She definitely seemed like she was stretched pretty thin with all the people in there. We had to wait a few times but she was doing her best. Selection was pretty solid, I saw quite a few things I would have gotten. I went with an authentic german kölsh and fallowed it up with a passion fruit caipirinha, wish they offered my usual orange. Prices were a tad high on a few menu items and a couple of the drafts but overall they are on par with the other places in the area.
Overall a pretty solid Gastro Pub. I may return to go to na’brasa, might have to stop in again if I do.
Really happy to find this place. Love knowing they carry a ton of bottles but 36 taps alone can keep me happy for a while. Great looking place, very slick, relaxed but still sense of upscale, but not stuffy. Menu was interesting but do agree with another reviewer that my meal was very salty where it didn’t need to be. But short of salty food, this is a great beer find for me near the homestead. Took my 2 1/2 month old twins here early on a Saturday and the staff was super helpful tending to them while we ate.