Petit restaurant situé sur une rue semblable au boulevard Taschereau. Sept bières en fût et un cidre, qui sont correctes dans plus. La nourriture était plutôt bonne (sandwich pulled pork). Les prix sont correct considérant le côté touristique de la ville. Le service était très lent, mais le serveur et le cuisinier étaient seuls...
Visited on June 24, 2015, in the evening. There is the other Niagara’s Best pub in the downtown, but it looks dead (the downtown that is), so this is your best bet for some good beer in the massif tourist city (a lot of tacky crap). From the outside, it looks generic, the same for the same bar area, but the dining room is very nice, almost too good for a brewpub, with a fireplace and comfortable chairs, kind of high class. The food menu is fairly elaborate, more so for the lunch hour, but the souper menu features a three course meal, I’ve never seen that in a brewpub before! I had their burger, damn good. As for the beers, I’ve tried two of their own, the Sinister Sam Insane IPA was very respectful, as for the Taps Witt, it does not enough love, I like it. There is not a lot of good things about Niagara Falls, the Falls is one, that place is another!
This place is located on the main road in the rather uninspiring Lundy’s Lane, far away from basically everything that would resemble night life, or any kind of life. However, the ambiance makes up for this less than agreeable experiance. The place is small, cozy and staffed by very nice and good-looking and knowledgeable young women. The selection includes the brewer’s own produce and a few guest beers, still local. Reasonable prices. Did not try the food - perhaps next time, if I am ever back in Niagara Falls.
They have a location in St. Catharines and Niagara Falls. This is for the Niagara Falls location. A nice and rebuilt place right on Lundy’s Lane. They sport all the Taps and Niagara’s best beers that are currently available. the bar is fully functional with rum and whiskey available. The food is always great. they have a three course meal that can be paired with beer or wine. The beers are okay, not much to say about them other than they are produced in house. A great spot however!
Bar is pretty small, but it has a nice decor, but good feature the bar is very close to the door, so you can get right in there, 10 taps for drinking, I didnt eat but it smelt good, I will likely be going again, bartenders were nice
This review is for "Syndicate", the new version of Niagara’s Best Brewpub. A small and new looking bar with a few seats greets you as you enter, with a fridge on your left for purchasing fresh to go growlers. 10 taps feature guest beers from Taps and then the Niagara core brands, with a couple seasonals. The dining room is medium sized, has warm colours and feel to it,with a focus on high end casual, and overlooks the brewhouse. An upstairs room for parties, functions or spillover is also available. Our server named Nick was great. He knew his beer and provided great service overall, along with friendly banter as they weren’t too busy when we went. The beers are average to very good. I had the Taps Abbey Double and Niagara’s Daredevil. I didn’t eat but my partner in crime did and it looked great. Prices were great, lower than expected. I’ll be back.
cratez (256) Toronto, Ontario | October 28, 2010| Updated September 13, 2011
RE-REVIEW, February 2011: came back with MrManning after Niagara’s Best was converted into its current incarnation, the Syndicate Restaurant & Brewery. Decor has improved substantially, the beer is much better (good style variation) and they now have guest draughts from Taps Brewpub. Server was amicable to Len and myself and I enjoyed the tomato soup for lunch. Growlers to go, tours of the brewery, you could even bring your partner hear for a nice meal. Worth a crawl these days.