sirpsycho (10) Murrysville, Pennsylvania | August 30, 2009| Updated December 16, 2009
I’ve been coming here since it opened and just realized I’ve never reviewed it ! Great use of space, they have an enormous outside patio with a bar, inside there is a large bar downstairs and a small one upstairs three bars for those counting !) Lots of seating outside and inside as well. Beer selection is great, lots of imports and micro’s to choose from, about 600 bottles or so. Food is AMAZING !!! It’s a Tapas style restaurant and everything I’ve had is great. They change the menu up several times a year, so it never gets stale. Once you go, you’ll go back. My favorite restaurant by far !!!
Great restaurant and bottle shop. They’ll let you choose any beer they have in stock to have with your meal....and they have a GREAT selection. The menu is inventive and interesting, with tapas-style meals. Prices are reasonable. The waitstaff is always helpful and friendly. If you go when the weather is nice you can eat outside on the patio.
I had the second best meal of my life here! It wa a pairing menu with Garrett Oliver & Brooklyn Brewery. The pairings worked for all five courses and I got Garrett to sign a bottle of Black Chocolate Stout.
Excellent beer bar and bottle shop right on 119 in Greensburg. Only about 10 or so taps, but an excellent bottle selection with a few hundred to choose from. The food here is excellent, but can be a bit pricey. Tapas style menu, plates are small but getting 3 (or 4) dishes can make a nice meal for 2 people. I recommend the scallops, no matter how they are prepared, they are always cooked perfectly.
boto (81) Granby, Connecticut | April 5, 2009| Updated July 9, 2011
Driving by this place you would never think to stop in. It is a non-descript old gray box of a building. Inside you find an absolutely fabulous beer selection. They even have a couple on tap. What makes this place even better in the food. Last night I had some of the best crab cakes I ever had. Others in my group commented on the great taste of their steaks, shrimp and calimari. The prices were reasonable too. The beers are at restaurant prices, which makes them a bit expensive for take out. Blame PA’s archaic beer laws for that one. Update: I can vouch for the fried calamari as being excellent. I have also had some great clam chowder and prosciutto wrapped asparagus there. They also have a large patio for use when it is warmer.
Good and higher end bar presentation, great service and knowledgeable staff, great selection, hampered by our master distributor more than anything, but even still one of the most diverse selections in the area. Food is fantastic, beer and food are slightly on the expensive side, but this is one of my two go to shops.
The is Greensburg’s version of the Sharp Edge. They are opening a tap room across the parking lot. It will be a great experience. I am originally from Greensburg and this is a shot in the social scene’s arm. The Great Mistake is the hangout for a lot of people in Greensburg, but this place is in a whole new class. There is a great selection of Belgians and craft American brews. The German selection is not up to my standards, but the food is very unique. I would recommend trying this place. If you like high quality beer and believe that "Das Leben ist zu kurz um scheiss Bier zu trinken," then this is the place for you!
Nice selection of imports, micros and tap selection is growing, the food is good.as well The only issue is during the colder months it can become to crowded and tight. In the summer, the outside sitting area is money.
Update: 4/7/14. Great ’tapas’ (huge portions rather than light bites) with interesting menu. Tried the calamari with pickled cucumber and chili sauce. Nice tap selection with huge range of bottles.
2007: Stopped here on a mid-afternoon weekday. It’s right next to the Headkeeper (pub), so you can drink anything from the bottle shop there. Prices are a bit high, though you get $1 off per bottle for take-out. Decent selection of micros and imports, with a nice Belgian collection. Not as varied as some of the ’Burgh places, but worth a stop. I didn’t eat here, but I heard the apps were pretty good and large.
Dark and open inside this place has a great selection of beer for this side of Pittsburgh. About 8 taps with generally a couple of interesting things and probably 600 bottles. The beer is moderately expensive but a bit cheaper than similar places in Pittsburgh. The food is funky tapas and the menu is constantly changing. The food is good though a bit pricey and some of the portions are rather small. The service is ok and the staff really know their beer. The best craft brew place in Greensburg.