Stopped here on a recent beer trip. The place itself is very nice with some pool tables, a big bar, an outside eating area that overlooks a historic railroad. The food is locally sourced. The beers are all solid. The brewer was there when I stopped and gave us a tour. Great place that is walking distance from Riverhorse in a very picturesque area along the Delaware River.
Upscale american brewpub ambiance. Nothing unusual or exciting there, fits in with its upscale mall location well and yet has that casual man ambiance. Excellent, excellent food, very well matched to beer but rivalling and sometimes exceeding the beer in quality. Perhaps the bar is a bit lower because it’s a brewpub, but probably the best meal I’ve had in a brewpub or bar in a long time. The beer was generally all good with one or two standouts that I would return to but nothing I’ll stay up nights thinking about. The featuring of a smoked beer really got me here and it was a pretty good one. The Amber ale took a clear second place on my visit. Good, fast service, efficient. Mind their own biz which is basically all I wanted. By the way the grilled peaches for dessert are fantastic. Also our entrees were the citrus pork and chichken melba, both excellent. I had a good time and will definitely go back when there are new interesting beers, it’s even a place you can take your girlfriend without much problem since the food is good and you can walk around new hope and lambertville after.
Like their Princeton location, food and beers are both great. Lots of exposed brick with a nice patio outside. May be the nicest tap setup I have seen in a brewpub. service has been very good the couple of times I have been to this location, minus one incident where I ordered a growler of Jewish Rye to go and ended up getting their chico pale ale. Not a very nice suprise when you figure it out after you drive an hour to get home....that said though, they replaced my growler at no cost the next time I was there. I will keep going to both Triumph’s, they are the model business as a brewpub, IMO.
Great brew pub, fairly local. Set up like the interior of an old factory, making for a cool ambience. Great selection of top notch beers that they brew. Food is phenomenal, a touch on the pricey side. Growlers to go on everything except stouts. Pay to park lot kind of sucks, but ends early in the night, free after.
I visited with my family over the Columbus Day weekend. This is my second time at this location. Very nice looking place. Sort of modern / industrial look with lots of exposed metal and brick. Nice patio out back overlooks the historic train station. Kind of cool watching the old locomotives go by. Service was very good. Selection was good with seven of their beers on tap. I was a little disappointed they had just run out of their pumpkin ale and weren’t tapping another keg until next weekend, which I thought odd on Saturday night of Columbus Day weekend. The beer board is very informative and lists all of the beers on tap, their ABV, and their batch number. Food was very good with a nice varied menu. Parking was a bit difficult on a busy weekend, but other than that, this place is definitely worth a visit.
Went here on a Sunday for lunch. Food was very good. The stage is nice too. They had a guy and a guitar, was nice. We had their sampler of beer. 5 beers, all interesting except the American Lite. Tastes like water. Anyway, it’s a nice atmosphere, lots of exposed beams and steel.
Visited this place a few months ago and ended up getting a parking ticket for the confusing parking situation. Had the oatmeal cookie stout, witbier and something else. The beer was pretty good. Nothing on the food menu struck me as particularly good. The bar wench checked on us quite often and a cute guy behind the bar let me try an interesting sounding mixed drink. On par with most bars with regard to their prices. Nice bar. A few flat screens and a pool table. Seems like a cool place to relax at after work. I’d go back.