This is a chain place with a real corporate feel. The Dixie/NOLA theme seems forced and the beer seems an afterthought. The food was nice and once I found a spot in the bar the service was okay. I canít imagine how hard it would be to get a table here in tourist season. It would be okay for a family or non beer people while on vacation, but in no way a beer destination.
lithy (156) Capital of Appalachia, Pennsylvania | July 13, 2010
Typical chain brewpub in the Gordon Biersch vein. Standard lineup but had a couple different seasonals available. I had particularly good service and chat with the bartender on this day but didnít eat. Very close to the beach, nice spot if youíre in the square on Atlantic Beach.
Nifty little joint right near the beach with brick and wood dťcor and a bit warn in. I think if it was a good beach day it would be tough getting here and finding a place to park. The help was friendly. The sample platter of house brews was $3.75 (now thatís a nice feature). Most of their brews are pretty thin and nearly forgettable. Wow, this place would be amazing if they had some solid unique well crafted offerings to go along with their very tasty food selection.
Visited along with ibrew2or3.
Nice location right by the ocean.
You can quickly tell this has a definite corporate feel which I absolutely hate.
Beer selection is limited to average brews while the food menu was appetizing. I did enjoy the lobster taco a lot.
Beers sampler is fairly priced at $3.75, service was ok but nothing memorable. Inside is clear and stylish. Not much atmosphere to speak ok.
Worth a stop while in the area, mostly for the food rather than the beer.