Reverend’s Bar & Grill

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  • AMBIANCE 5/5
  • SERVICE 8/10
  • SELECTION 12/15
  • FOOD 7/10
  • VALUE 7/10
  • OVERALL 16/20
drowland  (282) Georgia | May 22, 2015
Visited for dinner during a tuba conference, May 2015. The four of us that went really enjoyed our time at Reverend’s. Small but good taplist, including a berliner weisse when I was there! My friends were particularly thrilled with all the serves being pretty smokin’ hot college chicks and they were all wearing leggings/yoga pants/whatever, so there was booty abound as you chilled. Nice place on the main strip in BG. Our server was very nice, prompt, could list all beers on tap and speak briefly to them if asked. One friend even said "what do you have on tap that’s hoppy" and she nailed it, naming the IPAs and then a pale ale. Good selection of craft beer, just wish it was more and had more local/OH stuff. My food was pretty decent. I had mac & cheese with buffalo tenders and the buffalo sauce was awesome but the mac & cheese was meh... garlic and butter abound, not too cheesy. Average to slightly high prices in my opinion. If I’m ever back in BG for some reason, this will definitely be stop of mine!
  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 7/10
  • SELECTION 10/15
  • FOOD 8/10
  • VALUE 10/10
  • OVERALL 15/20
gormanb  (28) Bowling Green, Ohio | August 11, 2010| Updated August 15, 2010
Great food and beer at a great price. They get nice rarities as well. Some of my favorite drafts they’ve gotten include Founder’s Devil Dancer and Kentucky Breakfast Stout, lots of Bells, belgians like Delirium, Bernardus, Monks cafe, and more. Great atmosphere. I live in Bowling Green and this is my favorite bar.
  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 7/10
  • SELECTION 11/15
  • FOOD 5/10
  • VALUE 8/10
  • OVERALL 14/20
phaleslu  (581) Cincinnati, Ohio | January 3, 2010
Reverend’s Bar & Grill is in downtown Bowling Green on Wooster, the main drag through town from I-75. I came in here before watching my beloved alma mater lose to BGSU by 9 in basketball in early January, and it wasn’t very crowded (I was there from about 5:45 until 6:30-ish). Supposedly it gets crowded with students later. I was happy to find a place with good craft beer in a college town, and in addition to the usuals (Bud Light, Rolling Rock, Guinness, PBR), it had 8 craft taps, including Duchesse de Bourgogne, Bell’s Amber Ale, GI 312, Troegenator, Green Flash West Coast IPA, Great Lakes Burning River, Maumee Dry Irish Stout, and Avery Salvation. The taps change consistently, and the owner is good about keeping the tap lists fresh online and on myspace. The atmosphere is good; new-ish, clean, 2 brick-walled rooms, young female student waitresses/bartenders. The staff was good about knowing what was on tap, but not a lot about beer in general if you’re looking for any conversation. The food is fair; I was there during a half-priced appetizer special and got cheese fries (meh) and chicken skewers (small, but good). Recommended if you’re ever in town, as the other choice for a wide beer selection is Buffalo Wild Wings, where you won’t see anything interesting.

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