Visited out of tourist season, so it was easy to grab a bite here without a wait. Food was just OK. Beer selection was pretty large with a decent amount of the more commonly available regional offerings, nothing out of the ordinary. Good vibe, as most others were just students hanging out. Decent option.
Enjoyed a few brews here I wasn’t familiar with. Medium-sized but well rounded draft list, bigger bottle selection. Disappointed that they didn’t have anything on cask.
The facilities are a little run down. Smelled a little funky like stale spilled alcohol and bad air flow. Service was fine- though the server we got was not well-versed in the beer selection- I think she was the hostess filling in for another server. Food was just ok- went for the fish and chips and the fish was overdone and the chips a little mushy. They were also out of one of the only vegetarian (no meat or fish) things on the menu, leaving my cousin to a (smallish) salad. Pricing was average.
I can see this being a good place to hang out and grab a good brew, and, if you happen to be hungry, some grub. Or just hang and have a brew and get your dinner somewhere else.
Pretty decent bar. Selection was good, had some things that i’ve never seen before. Went here a couple years ago and the ambience was much better. This time it was more of a sports bar with dancing scene then a old pub to relax. Service was fine.
Very cool place in Colonial Williamsburg about ten feet from William & Mary’s campus. This place has a sort of "mug club" where you get massive pours of the the beers on tap for a discount. Pretty much everything on tap is craft with a focus on American craft and a few random English/Scottish/Welsh beers. Bottle list is large and I found about 2-3 beers I had never heard of before. Atmosphere is great- a huge college bar and a ton of fun. Can’t remember what night I went but it was either Friday or Saturday and it was packed to gills and a complete riot. Very cool vibe and cool people. Excellent all around.