Decent place with a nice selection of local micros and imports, although I was hoping for a bigger german selection. Food was nice and tasty as well as very good servers. It just didn’t stand out as someplace I must go to again.
Pretty decent selection in a bar that almost feels like its in the middle of a mini-mall. Service has never been that bad for me here, but I’ve only been twice so I don’t have too much experience with it.
Horrible service. I’ve been 4 times, and every time I go the bartenders have been unneccessarily rude. Besides that, the atmosphere leaves a lot to be desired. Great place to visit maybe if you’re from out of town. After repeated visits, its trendiness wears off. I swear I will never go again.
we went on a drizzly sunday afternoon right after xmas, so you can imagine it was pretty dead. we were seating inside. as i saw the fratboy-looking waiter approach, i thought i wasn’t going to get a good recommendation from him based on my preferences. boy, shows you dont judge a book by its cover. the guy knew me exactly the right thing (Delerium Tremens), and a couple of other good belgian ales i hadnt tried before. service suffered a little as the place got a little more busy, but still a pretty good experience. the food was pretty good, nothing special. prices were about where they should be. i will definitely be back, and when a beer urge calls, its will be my go-to place.
Fiona (8) Chapin, South Carolina | January 27, 2008
I’d like to give this place another try because I thought it had potential, but on our visit it just seemed so-so. Service was sketchy and the place was just not as warm and comfy as what I’m usuallylooking for when I want to spend some quality time with beer. We were there for lunch though and it was pretty crazy. Fien selection.
pretty cool setting down town, split up a bit in a lobby setting of a hotel, but pretty cool, has some large screen TV/s and the lot,
Beer selection was pretty good, good selection of bottles as well as on tap, waiters did not know too much about beer, but bartenders knew a little more... pretty cool spot.
A nice selection of beers. $3.50/pint for quality microbrews. A good stable of regionals on tap, looked like a good whack of bottles, but didn’t get to that tonight. Food was standard pub fare - prices were very reasonable. Kids’ meals with drink were $4.00 - can’t beat that. I had the fish sandwich and it was nice and crispy, the sweet potato fries were very good. Nachos are HUGE. Service is blase to sluggish. Gratuity is built in at a rather low threshold - 6 guests or split tickets - which always frosts me. Generally clean, gets a little smoky sometimes. Quaint and artsy.