Despite the rating of only 74, the pizza is outstanding! I would have to rate it as one of the top 3 pies I’ve ever had, and I take pizza as seriously as beer. The beer is decent and some of the waitresses (especially the cute redhead with tight shorts - you know who you are - marry me!) are hot. The ones who aren’t, have a great personality. It’s a fun place and definitely worth the visit! Don’t wait, just go!
First, Vino’s makes the best damn pizza I have ever eaten. It’s no wonder I gained 15 pounds over a year while living in Little Rock. Their house brews are consistently good, with their Firehouse Pale Ale being a favorite of mine. Also worth mentioning is their Lazyboy stout. I have noticed they are starting to brew "special" beer styles once in a while, such as RIS and Imperial IPA. Go for a decent brew and the incredible pizza.
lithy (156) Capital of Appalachia, Pennsylvania | October 23, 2009
Total dive, multiple employees with mohawks. Looks like it could get crazy late at night. Got here before opening and from the parking lot across the street watched them brewing. Went in at 11 without time to eat, they quickly put together a sampler and a growler for me and I was on my way. 7 of their beers on tap and a few guest beers. No complaints, pizza smelled good, but I had to run. Beers were solid if a bit boring.
This is a dive, a very good dive. Don’t let the dingy environ put you off, nor the freaks that work there. The pizza and calzones are really good, and the pierced and tatooed ones are good people. Note that you will see suits, hippies and punk rockers all eating and drinking in unified harmony and delight. The one register check in/out is aweful, but the aforementioned is worth the hassle. If the weather is nice, the patio out back is nice. Late night the entertainment is in the back, but it is usually tailored for the young and pierced.
bleeng (168) Seattle still not near Beersel., Washington | June 28, 2008| Updated June 14, 2015
I’ve been several times and it hasn’t changed. Still a nice little funky dive outside of downtown. Good pizzas and a nice selection of their own beers and guest beers. I always try to make it here when I go LR.
A small, nearly claustrophobic feel up front. However, this place is a lot bigger than it first appears if you walk around. The atmosphere was laid back, reminded me of a college bar. The calzone I had was excellent. The beers were a little below par, but the atmosphere was fun.
Cream Ale - clean light touch bitter in the finish Rainbow Wheat - hefeweizen light banana clove bit tangy overall good Dunkelweizen - banana clove present dark grains don’t quite come through on on little astringent Pale Ale - English style light malt character with English hop flavor, little hop aroma IPA - more of any English style, hop bitterness is good, big English hop flavor, low hop aroma Stout - nice roast character, good hop malt balance, could be a little heavier n the body but excellent flavor Sausage calzone, very tasty, bit much on the ricotta Service is excellent
B-52 album playing
Overall a quaint beatnick style place with good food and standard brewpub beers. Beers were clean and to style with some minor flaws. Fantastic place to hang out over good beer then chase away the munchies with good pizza or giant calzone.
this is by far my favorite place in little rock as it feels nothing like the rest of little rock. The pizza is kick ass, the beer is great session beer. I am definetely a huge fan and go there whenever i have an off day.
Hmm, a little bit dingey. Bathrooms need cleaning, lots of grafitti, some disrepair. But overall it contributes to the funky, youthful feel. Food was pretty good. Calzone was nice, good quality sausage, but too much ricotta cheese for my taste. Had the IPA in house which was good. They sell growlers for 11 dollars (8 for refills) and I think they have live music on the weekends. One cool thing is the brewpub is glassed in so you can see the fermenters and everything. And they have a lot of awsome old beer collectables all over the place. Overall enjoyable, but the food took almost an hour!
Fun place, dingey with worn wooden floors, unrepaired old tables & chairs, peeling paint, uncovered air vents... the works. Reminds me of the kinds of places I used to spend time in during the late sixties and early seventies. Good, friendly staff. The food was pizza joint stuff - not bad. The beers were respectable, with their IPA being a shining star. Do stop in when in the area.