Visited 11-19-14. Was able to get a table right away, but the place filled in quickly and was packed by 7:30pm. Decent selection of edibles to compliment a wide variety of beers. Service was adequate given the fact that it was a busy night. Impressive beer menu with some high quality items. Would definitely return the next time I’m back in the area.
Stopped in late on a sunday night and this place was packed. Had a couple brews before getting back on the road. Service was good, even with how busy they were. Really wish they would bottle some of their BA stuff though, its just so damn hard to find.
Insanely packed on a Saturday. 1 hour wait for 3 people to sit. we stood instead. All of my favorite beers on tap, sadly nothing oak aged on tap. staff was nice but it’s so packed we kept getting bumped by people walking by spilling beer everywhere. Prices were also good.
Stopped in on a late Sunday morning after DLD and found it packed. We managed to find 3 seats at the bar. I had been there a couple of times before and had nice meals. but the beer here is exceptional. Just a strong lineup. We had a bitter on cask that was as pleasant as could be. A nice list of outside taps, too. Revolution is a definite "Must" when in town.
Stopped in on a late Saturday afternoon. Street parking only, metered, but was still able to park just across the street a few buildings down. The place was packed, but there was still one empty bar seat open. Within just a short time of sitting down, a bartender was asking me what I would like to drink. Shortly thereafter I had a sampler in front of me. The bar is located in the middle of the establishment and is a big rectangle. Lots of tables and booths are available around the perimeter. They had lots of taps with a wide variety of styles. They only had their beer on tap, but had a pretty wide selection of bottles. I didn’t order any food, but a couple people close to me did and it all looked pretty good. Really good experience overall.
Stopped in on a Sunday afternoon after DLD 2014. The place was crowded at 11:00am, but we were lucky enough to find three seats at the bar. The bartender took care of us right away. We just ordered a flight of all their beers. There were 15 taps and all were real good. We did not eat, but the food going by looked pretty tasty. This was definitely worth the stop. Will be back again.
A nice place inside, pretty large but still quite busy. A little loud overall, but oh well. Managed to get a seat at the bar. Very good service, even with being busy & all. Nice tap-list, around 15 or 16 beers on tap with even more in bottles, including beers from other breweries & whatnot. Surprisingly, though, they didn’t have a single porter or stout on tap :( Did not order food, but the guy next to me got mussels & they smelled amazing. It looks like half restaurant, half bar, so I’m sure the food menu is extensive, even though I didn’t check it out. Some tasty beers; of what I tried, Citra-Hero & Filibister were winners. Priced fairly, & it’s nice that you can get 5 oz samples of any beer on the menu, too. Definitely glad to have stopped here.
A cool 2 floor establishment, very nice, warm, woody, with 2 large bars on each floor. The beers tasted were good but the food was stellar (and not too expensive). Had the Crispy Pork Belly sandwich with egg, served with fries, and it was superb. Nice selection of sandwiches,pizza and desserts. If in town, I shall be back.
Went on a thursday. Had to wait for an hour for a table to hung around at the bar. Decent selection and prices. Very nice decor. Got crowded. Didnt see any to go beer. Food was very nice. Will stop in again.
Fun, open air all wood interior with large round table wooden bar. Custom fist caryatid columns on the bar. Excellent gastropub level food. Pork belly and egg sandwich was excellent, pesto chicken sandwich was loved by the fiance. The fries here were dope. Service was quick, friendly, was able to keep sample pours organized unlike many bartenders I encounter. Atmosphere was relaxed. Fun place. Beers were above average but nothing was outstanding. Number of house beers on tap was large, enough to keep anyone busy.
Visited 7/26/2010 with masterski, shortly after Kuma’s Corner.
It was nice to walk a mile after eating about 5 lbs of food at Kuma’s. The place was fairly empty (middle of the day on a week day). There is a nice bar with lots of room and plenty of tables around.
Tried the sampler which consisted of 7 house beers. I didnt realize at the time but I was told later that the mild was supposed to be a big hit. I didnt think much of it but I did like the IPA. Not quite sure what to make of the Rosie.
The service was kind of non existent but that’s not all bad, as I got my sampler. The lady that sat next to us gave us crap for having out cell phones out. She then proceded to lecture us on how we should be here to enjoy the ambiance and unwind. I was there to enjoy the beer, and since the place was empty there wasn’t much ambiance but she has a point.