I sat at the bar in the corner, barely anyone was there, but hey, service was good. Considering I had some HF beers and a Kingdom brewing beer, prices seemed good. I didnít have any food but the guy next to me looked like he really liked his food, he didnít leave a crumb so Iím guessing the food looks really good. The value, well, I heard it is better than Arvadís and Pro Pig, but hey after seeing the bill, its the same, eh, whatever, just do a beer pub bar crawl and hit all three up when youíre in town. Iíd go back, definitely.
Visited 7-11 for dinner. Wow was it busy and scorching hot inside. We were sweating at the table. Service wasnít too bad. The girl was a bit slow, but it was busy, so you canít expect much more. Beer selection was crazy good with tons to choose from. I got a Maine Lunch freshly tapped and Fiddlehead IPA. Food was solid, just found it odd I only got 8 wings for my 10 wing order lol. It was way to busy to say anything and what are they gonna do, make me two wings and bring them out? Value was decent and food and drinks were priced fine. Overall pretty good. Only went there once as there were other places I liked more, but Iíd go back.
Excellent draft list, but this place to too busy and impersonal. I felt like just another body, not a valued customer. They offer tasters but its disingenuous as they eliminate almost half the beers as candidates for the flight. I would only come here if a beer I wanted wasnít at another bar.
Alternative au Prohibition Pig ou allez-y le deuxiŤme soir ŗ Waterbury. Ambiance cordiale bien que plus locale et moins achalandť que le PP. service est courtois. Bouffe bonne. Choix de biŤres variť et pas bien en dessous du PP en ce qui a trait ŗ la qualitť. Chanteur folk sur la terrasse le dimanche soir. Pour ceux qui aiment.
Another good pub in Waterbury. Extensive tap selection with mostly VT options. Bartender was busy serving between the back and front bars so it would go a awhile without seeing him. Food looked pretty darn good. Comfortable pub with plenty of wood and pleasant lighting. A fun spot for a beer.
An excellent bar and restaurant. One section of the place is more restaurant-like, while the back area is the bar, including pool table. The beer range is awesome, with loads of stuff from Vermont. Prices are highly competitive and they offer flights for Vermont beers. The staff is attentive and friendly. The food is also very good. There are several great food/beer options in Waterbury, and this is one of them. Certainly worth a visit.
Visited on August 20, 2014, for diner. Nice old building, pub like decor inside, there is a patio but it was full. The inside space to eat was limited to high tables and a upper section where there is live music on Saturdays. Beer tap menu fairly solid, half is Vermont stuff. Good bottle list to. The food menu is mostly for pigging out, there was one with two hot dogs buried in chili and fries, and other is a 1 lb burger call the Truck Driver. I was way more modest with my Pulled Pork Sandwich, very good by the way. The service was nice, but are waitress came to see us four times. In all a nice place!
Not sure why I like this place so much. Itís nondescript with old wood floors, a small patio, a long bar which is partially hidden by a room length wall, and wood tables and chairs. But, thereís something charming about it. The food is a really good value and tasted great. Staff was very nice and the selection was excellent as well. Definitely would come back.
Stopped in here twice over 4th of July weekend 2014 with Vinny and Keith. Typical sports bar/restuarant feel, except they have awesome beers on draft. Much like the other Waterbury spots, you can expect to find Hill Farm, Heady Topper and lawsons. They also stock gueuze available in bottles. Small outside area for eating and drinking. Pool table in the back.