We stopped here for beers and a bite to eat; good price on raw oysters. There is a fair selection of house beers plus diverse other craft beers. There is no table service so get your butt in line and order me a beer.
Ferris (1599) Burnaby, British Columbia | January 30, 2018| Updated February 2, 2018
A pub atmosphere with counter service only. Only flights of their beers and a decent guest list. Not a great ticking spot, especially in the area, but a nice lunch spot.
Lunch stop during RBWG 2018. Large place, a bit dark. Small serving bar and lots of restaurant tables, including shared picnic tables. Beer list had just four house beers from Automatic which were the only ones you can do in a flights. Food was tasty sausage sandwiches and other pub fare. Good service. Worthwhile stop.
A cool restaurant/bar with a dark wood inside and a smallish patio out back. Service was solid and bartender knew the beer. They had 20ish beers on tap with 4 of their own. Those 4 were available in samplers the rest had full or half pour options. Food was delicious and was one of the cheaper places on the trip. A great spot overall.
Visited on a crowded Tuesday evening in late January 2017. The place was quite dark and with a fairly young crowd. The selection was nice as was the service. I only had one beer before returning to my hotel, The Lafayette.
Dark interior with long picnic tables throughout. I was there around halloween so they were playing some interesting old style creepy videos on their big projection screen- kinda fun. Loads of good beer on tap from mostly the local area but I feel like some out of region stuff was on, too. I originally thought it was going to be pretentious but after being there a few minutes it turned out to be real comfortable and brought me back the next day, too. Overall, a pretty great tavern. Worth a trip.
Visited on a weekday evening. The location is fantastic right in the middle of North Park with lots of other interesting stops nearby. Inside is very cozy and comfortable with a local, but welcoming vibe. They have a great beer list with at least 4 or 5 Automatic beers on tap and a few of the more obscure San Diego county breweries that I didn’t see anywhere else in town like Artifex. I didn’t try the food, but it looked good. This seems like a great place to post up for the night, but I was on a ticking mission at the time. Overall, a very solid place.
Tiger! Tiger! is completely legit. They have an extremely well curated beer list but still create an awesome laid back and neighborhood vibe. I love the service model with a well staffed beer line at the end of the bar (from what I saw no servers) and an open kitchen. Despite being busy, the bartenders took the time to chat with us beer dorks sitting at the far end of the bar near the entrance. Tiger! Tiger! felt very homey, and they have one of the best local beer lists in the city. I can’t wait to return and try their food.