visited on 8/15/13.
A: The place is pretty cool with an old style tavern/cafe feel to it. There is a bar along the right side of the wall that holds 18-20 people easily, then three rows of tables for dining. The building has the roll up front garage doors so that you can enjoy the outside when the weather permits.
Q: The tap list was a little better than your average craft beer bar but they also had a solid bottle list, which is what kept us there.
S: the waitress was very good, had a good general knowledge of the beer list and tap lists. She made a solid recommendation to go with one of their burgers, which was dead on.
S: Decent Tap List and some really solid bottles with a nice variety through the many various styles, including Cascade Apricot and GI Juliet.
F: As stated, the waitress recommended the burgers and it was outstanding.
V: We paid $14 for a big bottle of Cascade Apricot ($20 on cascade website) and $20 for GI Juliet bomber...yeah, those are scores no matter where you are. We had two burgers, two drafts, two big bottles and our bill came to about $70...even got free snifters as we left.
Overall, solid solid solid place...highly recommend when in White Plains or NYC for that reason.
Good selection on the menu, however, my first 3 choices on the menu were not available. Typical bar food that is edible, but nothing you would show up for without beer selection. Nice because local, but nothing too impessive.
Big fan of this place. Food is great, Burgers are top notch, you can’t go wrong with Lobster Mac N Cheese or Tequila Citrus wings. Beer selection is the best in the area, somewhere between 350 and 500 bottles depending on the time of year. Draft selection rotates constantly with a huge selection. They do some pretty nice events throughout the year and get in some pretty special beers from time to time. If you’re ever in White Plains definitely check it out.
Went here for one of USA’s world cup matches sometime ago. great selection of beers on tap. i think i ordered three samplers that they had. the food was decent and it was a fun time indeed. ambiance is just ok though.
Spent two very nice evenings at the Lazy Boy. They have a ton of taps and they’re all craft beer. This place is pretty much beer geek nirvana for Westchester County. I thought bar staff was attentive and personable. They had an extensive tap list as well as a rather large bottle list. They pizza was pretty solid as well. Compared to some of the other bars on the block, I appreciated the laid back vibe of the place and how they had music playing in the background but it wasn’t so loud that you couldn’t have a conversation. I’d definitely go back the next time I’m in the area.
Located on a main street in White Plains. Good luck with finding parking. The ambiance inside is classic wood bar. Nothing fancy with a big bar, a few flat screen tvs, single access bathrooms and patio seating outside facing the main road.
Our server was terrible. We waited 15 minutes for our drink order even though the place wasn’t crowded. When we got our drinks our waitress never returned and we had to make our food orders at the bar. Me and my friend were debating whether our waitress was drunk or just plain stupid. I’m really hoping she just had a few drinks before work.
My friend ordered a burger and I ordered nachos. Both were ok, nothing special and nothing repulsive. The prices for food and beer is average for the area, but there are a few specials every day that are rather affordable.
Really the only thing going for this place is their amazing beer selection. Their tap selection is diverse and doesn’t boast a lot of redundancies. Also, a lot of brewers that I have not seen served much in the area (AleSmith, Cigar City, 21st Amendment, Goose Island to name a few). The beer is served in it’s appropriate glassware and temperature.
I wouldn’t go there ever again to dine because the service is terrible. If I were ever in the area again, I would just sit at the bar.
This place has the best selection in White Plains, but it’s not worth traveling for to. If you have a favorite beer bar in your town, stick with that one.
Decent sized bar with nice patio. Rock music jamming. Good looking bartenders. Great tap and bottle selection including CL Smoke from the Oak and Utopias. Cigar City, Captain Lawrence on tap and even an Alesmith cask. Had the pulled pork which was awesome. Within walking distance of hotel. Will definitely be back.
Nice wooden, old school west sort of vibe. Selection is great in both bottles and tap, and the bartenders all have a pretty solid beer knowledge. Food is slightly above average for bar food. Value is decent and fair. Crowd is very mixed, but mostly late 20’s early 30’s.