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.
New Hope. Hi-tech, industrial environment with very distinct, sanitized lines. Beers are very good and so is the food. I very nice place to stop in after hanging out in Lambertville/New Hope. Check out Cross-Country Nurseries in Rosemont NJ, about 15 min away for a whole incredible selection of chiles and tomato plants. This was the annual excursion
Great Beer. One of the best Jersey brewers. It is worth going for a drink and a meal. The menu is quite small, though. Do not expect amazing things in that department. It’s not worth a long drive, but stop by if you’re in the New Hope area.
Not a bad place to go for lunch. I stopped here after a session st the River Horse Brewery on the other side of the river. At at a table with my son. food and service was fine. Tried a couple of beers. Waiters busy serving food, are not the same as an attentive bartender. After lunch we drove immediately to the Triumph Brewery in Princeton where the crowd was more interactive, noisier and the beer flowed easier. Nice finish to the day
Stopped in for a beer. Wond up getting the sampler. Decent brews. I particulary liked the IPA and Belgium Ale. We didn’t eat here lbut ooked at the menu. They had some unique dishes that were somewhat highly priced. Stop in for a beer if your girlfriend or wife drags you to New Hope. But whatever you do don’t suggest visting you will regret it.
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.
all their own beers. always a range of selection. usually at least one hand-pump cask ale. monthly "brewers special" keg which is gone when it’s gone. bartenders are friendly but knowledge is variable. wide variety of "urban-chic" food. tends to be pricey b/c of the tourism. paying for parking blows.
...pretty sure they’ll do growlers if you ask... apparently there is a fee.
Somewhat pricey, but very good experience ambiance wise. Food was outrageous. Beer actually was the weakest part of the visit and I don’t mean that in a bad way. The beers are better than average it’s just that I’ve had better
Stopped in for a sampler and growler fill the other day and was told that they’ll only fill Triumph growlers for Legal reasons. What a joke. If a place is down to trying to make mney on growler sales you can guess how long they’ll be in business. On other trips here the beer is ok, decent IPA, other than that it’s about what you expect from a chain. Food prices are insane.