Wow just wow! Food is amazing here. Best in salt lake at a pub. Fish and chips for an expensive meal (GREAT) beer pizza for a cheap meal (great still). Many beers on draft 1.25 each. They know how to do low ABV beer. This is at the top of my list if I want to eat and drink in SLC.
Sat at bar coming back from skiing. GO MORMONVILLE!! In one word- busy- bar staff running like asses on fire, and doing a great job. Get the schnitzel if you have half a brain cell of desire to be happy. It’s rediculous. Melted fondue-esk cheese over the top- I’m gonna loose it. So many taps, best to sit @ bar. Thanks yall.
Class act right from the start.
Service was spot on, we had a non-drinker at the table and he was made to feel welcome.
The beer selection was good as was the quality of the beer. Nothing great, nothing bad.
The food was actually quite good, we apps & dinner specails and all enjoyed them.
I would consider this a must stop if you are in SLC.
Hit this place right after Squatters. It was also a very nice looking place. Picked up a full sampler and the waitress made me buy some food (I guess it is one of the sad Utah beer laws) So i went for the $.99 cole slaw and yes that was the cheapest thing on the menu.
After a solid dinner at Red Iguana, we stopped in here to continue the brewery tour.
Nice, large-ish brewpub location in the downtown area. The place was packed due to the Outdoor Retailer convention being in town, but the service was still pretty decent and we were able to find a couple seats at the bar. They (inexplicably) only had one bartender working while they were there, and the guy was really busting his ass.
We didn’t eat here, but the food is supposed to be pretty good. I thought the beers were generally pretty good, probably some of the better ones compared to other places in town. Maybe a bit more expensive on the samples, though.
Would have been nice to stop in when they were less packed, but still a good experience and would definitely go back.
A fun brewpub in downtown SLC. It was pretty crowded on a Wednesday night and the bartenders were running all over the place. They have about 6 or 7 draughts, some regulars and seasonals (not sure of the exact split) and they also offer their high gravity beers in bottles. The beer is pretty good (I liked the Harvest Ale a lot). Food menu is ok, but definitely on the pricier side. Overall, I had a great time here, would definitely recommend it.
Great service, and decent food. I thought the beer was fairly decent. I had their Elephino, which was fine, that is - not bad, not amazing. Also, I tried one of their saisons, but not the chocolate one. The name eludes me, so forgive me. Again, the service was excellent. The dude was prompt and informative. The food was better than a lot of other brewpub fare. I don’t remember the prices being eye-blowing, but they weren’t awful.
As far as SLC beer goes right now, I like Red Rock’s the best. Some of them are spectacular, in particular the Munich Dunkel. The Special Bitter I had a while back was spot on. The Zwickel is awesome as well. One or two of the offerings change pretty often. The food is okay, a little eclectic and mildly interesting, though it’s nothing great. Sometimes I find myself not really wanting anything that’s on the menu.