IPFreely (143) Sanborn, New York | January 29, 2004| Updated February 13, 2004
Nice that the bar is totally separated from the rest of the place. Nice taps, different for the area and constantly rotating. I also like that they have a chalkboard featuring the beers they'll have on each tap when that one runs out. They also sell some nice glassware such as Ommegang and that big dimpled mug by Lowenbrau. The food was quite good, get a pod. Nice place.
Pizza Plant has always been a great place. Food is good, it’s one of the few places in Buffalo where you can get cask beer regularly & there are always interesting things on tap. Probably the most family friendly beer-related place in the Buffalo area.
frylock (80) Atlanta, Georgia | February 12, 2004| Updated April 7, 2004
The better of the two Pizza Plants in my opinion. Food is the same at both locations, pretty good quality and generous portions at reasonable prices. Beer list usually features about 6 or 7 beers on tap. All taps are quality stuff, ranging from local favorites to micros that can be found no where else in the area. In my opinion the best bar for a ratebeerian in the Buffalo area.
Not as intimate as the Main St location but far more room than both Main and it’s olde location. Prompt service, and the waitress knew her beer. Very good selection when I was there - Stone, Victory, Bear Republic, a couple interesting imports. Food is still very tasty and a good value. they also have WiFi as an added bonus. Close to shopping which my Wife likes as well!
A quiet afternoon. The decor and menu are busy, but not the restaurant. Decent tap and bottle selection. Nothing that would blow you away though. Service isn’t speedy. Everyone’s food was well received.
Nice pizza joint with impressive tap list.We went on a Friday night, they had a live band, so it was extremely loud near the bar, but you could sit in the restaurant, where the band was not too loud. We returned a week later and there was no band. Excellent selection of taps with many american micros. Decent bottle list with prices that are value oriented for what you get. Extensive menu needs an hour to read over properly. Pizza is world class in my opinion, excellent. Worth a stop IMO.
Great family restaurant with huge 30 tap list of great craft and micro choices, some that other locations in the area don’t have. Service was very helpful in my visit and food was fantastic and a huge menu. They offer a special discount like a "membership" card of 15 pints for 55 bucks that you can redeem between visits and never expires.
As good as Walker location, though I often find the wait staff are not as knowledgeable about beer as at Walker. I was served a lager when I ordered a Rogue ale, and had to explain to the server then the bartender the difference between a lager and an ale, especially a Rogue! But the beer selection is as good as Walker, the food is too. And there’s more space here, it seems. the bar has more events, and music on the weekends. Pods are great, curried nachos are surprisingly awesome, and as a vegetarian I especially like the incredible range of veggie options. Makes me feel like I’m not a second class citizen, unlike many pubs in the US of A.
Went for lunch, same menue as the Main St. location. Not nearly the beer selection the Main st has , food is a little better too, and service was some what slow. Still, I will go there and recomed it to others But will go to the Main ST. location if given the choice