nike (48) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania | August 22, 2011
Nice selection of beers,drafts and bottles. Prices were high, 18 dollars for Victory, Dogfish Head bombers? We had a few drafts, I like the layout, as someone mentioned, this place is too close to Victory Brewery. You get a better bang for your buck there.
Visited on Wednesday 27/11/13 around 6.30pm.
Strip mall kind of location, no looker from the outside as with many US bars, inside youíll find a small bar area and then a raised section that seats diners.
My visit was on the night before thanksgiving so the place was pretty packed with a mized crowd in terms of gender and ages but we managed to find a small table for 2 right near the bar.
There were about a dozen beers on tap including what seemed to be a couple of home brews !?
The service at the bar was really good and I got served straight away. Beer list was solid enough with a mix of local and nationally available stuff including Bells, Stoudts and their own anniversary beer brewed by Troeggs. A decent enough bottle list accompanies those on tap.
Overall a friendly bar with a decent enough tap list.
Nate (330) Indiana, Pennsylvania | August 21, 2012
Had brunch buffet and a few pours here on Sunday afternoon. Nice quiet suburban restaurant witth good buffet selecttion and nice tap/bottle selection. Easy access from the Turnpike on Rt 100. Buffee wasnít too priecy and the food was good. Nice tap selection, though a bit dated (a few things were not available when I was there).
Came here for a family event and they had Blind pig and two hearted on draft. Nice! We had a room with tables, service was good. Food was good. Selection was way better than expected. I will have to make a trip back.
Only went in the bar side...very dim in there...not much seating. Nice drafts and decent bottles. Outstanding food. Everyfhing is a bit expensive here and lately the servers seem irritable. I used to love this place but for value and selection I head to other nearby places like rons, station, or pjs.
I drink here often and want them to be ranked high. However, they in no way, shape or form carry PROPER glassware. The normal glass is unbranded and often use branded glass for any beer. Proper glassware means a branded glass for each type of beer. However difficult this may be for a tap room that changes brands, they do have the "usual suspects" always on tap and should have proper, branded glassware from each house.