great brewpub near downtown Boise-house beers are above average and service is solid. Lots of college kids here however, everybody was well behaved and in a good mood. I got a good vibe here from the people-seem to really like Boise as a whole. Have good happy hours specials so stop here if your in Boise.
Braudog (888) Yorktown, Virginia | July 8, 2012| Updated July 14, 2012
I’d been here once before, some 12 years previously. Inhadnt planned on visiting again, but the brutal temperatures kept us from our planned hike, so we found time For some unplanned mid afternoon brews. Decent number of people were there for the hour. I think we had three different bartenders within an hour so the service was inconsistent but efficient. We didn’t eat. The beers were OK to very good. Glad I decided to stop by. Brewery #589.
I lived in Boise for a few years and never made it to Table Rock so when I had the chance this past summer I stopped in. Was it the same I am not sure. Was there something missing not sure? As I walked in I saw this huge open pub with a huge tap and lots of brewing equipment in the background. I had a nice pub lunch and the TV’s where going crazy with soccer. I got the sample tray and had some good beers, great beers and some that needed help. I am so glad I finally got to stop here. A nice stop in the middle of town. Good brew pub feel. Kids are ok and they have WIFI.
Great place to visit when I am in Boise. I wish we had one where I like. At $1 a glass for the beer flight, you better get in and try out their beers. They have a great selection with 9 or 10 always on the flight. Food is great as well.
Has a bit of a sports bar feel to it, got there right as it opened and all the channels were turned to new, except for one on Sportscenter. Bartender seemed like he could care less if we were there. Beers were pretty decent again, some typical everyday selections with outstanding seasonals. I really enjoyed the barleywine. Plus they servce in imperial pints, you get a lot for your money which you should considering the prices here. At least you get a free hour of parking across the street as a patron.
A little pricey an it makes me cry that they don’t bottle for outside sale, but really the beer is pretty darn good and if you don’t mind the sports barishness of the whole place is a good location to stop in for a pint.
Had lunch here during a walkabout Boise (102 degree day). Tried a few samples and some of the beer my family got, too. Nice little place, friendly. Pretty good beers and the food was reasonably priced and everyone seemed to enjoy their lunch. Convenient to the park and river, and afterwards we visited the history museum (really nice). Tablerock is definitely worth a visit.