Wow! An eclectic restaurant in downtown Providence serving excellent food and a nice selection of draft beers and bottles. The place was packed upon our early arrival and the wait line only got longer as we left. The whole menu sounded good but I had to choose one entree and was not disappointed. This is an essential stop in Providence.
Went here a few weeks ago while on a beer bar hopping extravaganza in Providence. Was with another beer loving buddy. The light AND heavy food selections catered to our opposing appetites. Some reminded me of my days in Boulder - fresh and healthy and yummy! Truly a menu of specialty brews that made us that more grateful for the amazing "beerbuddy" app! good times.
neat, fun decor. liked the art, GI Joes in the bathroom, unique tables, chandeliers, etc. everything worked well. awesome vibe. laid back place. great brunch. pleasant service. will definitely return next time i’m in providence. wish this place was local to me. awesome attention to details on layout, furniture, decor, beer list, food menu, everything. awesome place.
My last stop during my visit to Providence, and it was well worth it. Small neighborhood restaurant with funky decor. I particularly liked the roadside motel style neon "office" sign in the kitchen and the beer menu being presented on wood planks. Cool music playing. The place does get pretty busy, even on a Monday morning. Small bar, outside patio area and tables inside. The servers did very well despite being stretched way too thin. There were some delays in service but they were doing their best. My sirloin eggs benedict was excellent. Lots of great beers on tap as well as an excellent bottle list with some rarities. I found prices to be OK. Plenty of parking on the street if you don’t mind walking a block or so. I will definitely be back next time I’m in Providence.
Small funky place, tiny bar facing the kitchen and its whirlwind of activity. Came here for dinner, and the food was spectacular. Beer selection was small but very well chosen, with a bunch of unique stuff (Saison Pipaix on tap!??!!). Definitely worth going out of your way to try.
Great beer selection from around the world. Recent score was Re-Ale from Italy. Food is creative and good. The place has a real hipster vibe. If you are the artsy/nerdy type and love great beer and creative food then this is the place for you.
A cool restaurant. Sort of small, but the food was great and the beer list was pretty good. They had some good Belgians on draft. The service was really good, and they knew their beers. A little expensive for the alcohol though. Worth trying if in the area.
This place is awesome, but nobody should go here because I don’t want to be crowded at the bar. I enjoyed the draft selection, sans the Allagash lineup. Food was fantastic, the ice cream especially. I though their bottle prices were astronomical, but they weren’t anything I hadn’t seen or had before, so that list wasn’t particularly enticing. Focusing on the drafts is the way to go here. Come early, come often.
This is the best place in Providence to eat and drink, if you’re into beer and out with people who appreciate beer. They’re list may not be the largest (~15 drafts and 40-50 bottles), but only features three crappy macro beers (Narragansett, some corny cervesa, and Sea Dog blue berry wheat). The rest of the list features often hard-to-find limited releases and a quality, eclectic selection. A ton of Belgian beers, hearty micros, and recently, a lot of sour stuff.
The food rarely disappoints.The dishes are focused on the use of house made and local ingredients, which comes across in the freshness of the dishes. Loads of veggie and vegan options for all you body conscious consumers and local hipsters.
I have only been served by knowledgeable, friendly and enthusiastic staff members. The decor is ever-changing, with a few staple ironic visual motifs, like a random-pattern mosaic bathroom floor with two glass cabinets filled with star wars action figurines (hysterical!). There’s even a 13inch TV in the bathroom that plays old cartoons and nostalgic TV series.
Just go. It’s worth it; especially at the prices they charge.