Don’t blink or you’ll miss it as it is easily missed. Once inside, it is larger than it appears. Beer was average for a local brewery, the food was better than average. Wife had meatloaf, I had Shrimp & grits and we would both order them again. Son had hot wings and considered them average.
More like taproom/brewpub this was kind of pub with attached restaurant. Food had a good value (had a "build your own" burger). Beers are quite medicore. Flights are available (very cheap sampler of their beers if I remember correctly). Staff was more like normal restaurant staff than beer place guys. The place to visit for ticks and maybe for a lunch with them. Coral Gables has very few beer places.
The Shipbuiler’s Oatmeal Sout is my go to beer and this is a go to place. I set the value high even though it is not a specifically cheap place (though not very pricey for Miami or Coral Gables) because the main thing I get is a stout and the dolphin (mahi mahi) plate that comes with mashed potatoes and buttered vegetables (vegetable medley). For what you get it’s a great price as long as you keep it at that. The place has a nice earth tone color scheme and a great location with simple parking. It is small so live music can be a little too loud. This is a bar that borders UM but is no longer a college bar. To the contrary, the average clientele is a little on the older side, you are more likely to see a professor there than a student. All the people I’ve seen working there are nice, from the bar to the kitchen. None of their beers are storied but this is a solid place that won’t disappear five minutes after the infant craft beer craze that is currently underway in Miami dies out.
Nice local style brewpub next to the University of Miami. Seemed to be doing a nice business. Six beers on tap and four guest taps. Beers were decent. Service, food, and prices were good. Enjoyed the visit.
theisti (893) Kansas | February 13, 2014| Updated September 8, 2014
Visited late night on a Tuesday. Located right by the U, I was able to find street parking though looks like this may be an issue on a busy night. During my visit, there was a jazz combo playing initially, then another group, which was loud, though both groups were solid. There are two rooms, one has a longer bar and the other room has tables. Featured 6 Titanic beers on draft as well as 4 guest taps (Fat Tire, Sixpoint Resin, Wynwood La Rubia and Two Brothers Outlaw. Appeared to have a dozen or so bottles. Decent vibe, good service. I missed the food, though they had a decent bread pudding. Worth a stop, located right next to a Stop N Shop.
70 = ★★½ (Locals should check it out, visitors with extended time)
I only use the total score, not the component parts.
Titanic has been presenting top quality beer and ale for over 10 years. It has been an oasis in a beer desert that is just now becoming reasonably irrigated. Food and service continues to be very strong and consistent.
I stopped past here for a quick beverage after going to Stop N Shop nearby. The place is a pretty standard brewpub by all accords, but an enjoyable pub nonetheless. They had a solid selection of house-brews; I opted for the 2xIPA, which wasn’t bad. Service was a bit slow, considering the place was quiet. If you are in the area it is still a worthy stop.
Was here with a dozen friends and the wait staff was accommodating. Ordered the jambalya dinner which was absolutely fantastic and I highly recommend it!
Heard a live blues/cover type group while there, they played quietly enough so you could still talk to your mates, which I appreciated.
Sampled their oatmeal stout, steam beer, and ESB. The oatmeal stout had the most flavor but the steam was also nice and went well with my dinner. Tried sips off the sampler and beers were average at best, but i’d go back for the jambalaya, stout or steam if in the area. There are not many places to get craft beer in Miami!