Visited both of these places on my way to Honolulu in October of ’09. Squatters is excellent. Have at least a half dozen of their beers on tap and also some of their higher gravity selections in bottle. All were middle of the road to above average. Good pub grub on the menu - I had a Greek pizza. Service was prompt and friendly. Wasatch - only had two on tap - their famous Polygamy Porter and a Hefeweizen - had the porter years ago - so chose the Hefe. Not bad for brewpub hefe. Of the two - Squatters is much better.
Typical airport bar with a large selection of expensive beer. Lot of tables packed in so tight that there is no room for your carry on. Decent enough nachos and taco salad. Surprisingly knowledgeable waiter.
A nice airport bar with a good selection of Squatters beers. A cramped spot with a good sized bar and a decent amount of seating. Service was a bit spotty but the place was jumping. A solid selection of taps for an airport plus some bottles were available as well. Food was typical airport fare as was the pricing. A pretty good airport bar IMO.
Immediately adjacent to my departure gate, which worked out well. One of the better selections I have seen at an airport brewpub location, about 8 of their beers on tap, six in bottles, plus Coors light. Bar is fairly large, not that many tables. Service was decent, prices airport typical. There is a to go food service area as well. Solid fare for an airport. Didn’t try the food.
blutt59 (176) Dallas, Texas | October 8, 2010| Updated October 12, 2010
Squatters in terminal c with abouit 6-7 taps and some bottles, sampler is the way to go price wise, one of the better airport bars you will come across, food was ok but the beer is the attraction for an airport pub
Came off my connection flight to Las Vegas and found this Squatters Pub location. Small location with tables on the right and left for tables with a twelve stool bar in the middle with your back to the airport. Freindly service, but clearly a get it quick, I got to go pace. 6 sampler set of beers and others if you have time. All were drinkable and was a good change of pace for airport pubs.
Visited Squatters location. My first airport pub, so I was astounded. Rather small place with lots of scattered tables. Just walked up and seated myself, and was helped by a waitress (rather overworked, God bless her) immediately. Got a 6-glass sampler for about $5 - fantastic. Their menu looked pretty similar to the one at the Salt Lake City pub location, though I didn’t eat here at the airport. Well worth a stop if you are stuck in the airport for a number of hours like I was. Felt funny to be drinking a sampler around 10am, but what the heck.