In the mall area next to Aria casino. big central bar area and tables surrounding. Good selection for Vegas. Have three cask beers: had Deschutes Mirror Pond, Black Butte and Inversion IPA while I was there. Served at appropriate temperature. 3-6 happy hour: 1/2 off all beer, $1 sliders, and others. $2 oysters all day. Food was very good.
Only open for a month when I visited, but this is a great concept and very fun place. Arrogant Bastard, Sierra Nevada Northern Harvest (?) on tap among 38 others (half standard fare, half craft).
7 second hourglasses on bar...if you can slam in time it’s free. Not sure why you’d want to slam a craft beer instead of enjoying it, I suppose a crap beer if you want to get drunk. Some Englishman slammed a low carbonation Wexfords Irish Creme style ale in 4 seconds.
The menu is high end and non-traditional pub fare, was really wanting a "grilled gourmet pretzel" but they were out of dough (it’s only been open one month). Otherwise really good foods and very creative choices.
Bar staff was friendly and fairly beer knowledgeable.
In happy hour (3pm-6pm and after 10pm) it’s great value as the tap beers are half price. The service was always friendly and the staff had a fair knowledge of the beers they were selling. It’s quite a nice atmosphere inside away from the bright lights and sleaze of the strip. Selection was good. They had a variety of styles and 3 casks too.
BOLTZ7555 (90) Phoenix, Arizona | June 14, 2013| Updated September 26, 2013
Nice high-end restaurant with a fairly extensive tap list including solid Belgian offerings. Food was delicious, particularly the lobster roll. Chalk boards scribed with what was available. Great location at City Center. Will be back.
I went here 3 times on a 4-day trip, so yeah, I liked it. The best deal is happy hour (3-6pm every day)--half price pints makes them affordable ($7 for St Bernardus on tap!). Service is pretty good, but I think it’s quicker at the bar. They have a good ambiance, it’s usually pretty busy and they have games & stuff. Selection is good - they have a lot of taps, seasonals, semi-rare beers (at least on tap). Bottled selection isn’t as good as the tap, and the bombers are overpriced.
Good pub restaurant on the Strip. Good range of beers, though expensive outside happy hours. Good food, particularly the wings and oysters. Friendly and knowledgeable staff. My favourite beer destination in Vegas.
Conveniently located next to my hotel, get here for happy hour $5 pints of sculpin IPA and arrogant bastard ale was the highlight for me. $1 hot wings were epic too. Bar tenders are nice and very chatty. Come here when in vegas another impressive craft beer joint!