Small cozy place. They have an adjoining small pub which was closed for a private event. Food was OK, service was good. Beer list is small but well chosen.
theisti (893) Kansas | February 19, 2007| Updated September 8, 2014
Went to rate this after a visit over the weekend, and was quite surprised to find that it had not been entered in the DB. Interesting tap selection, they have Lindeman’s which you don’t see at most pizzerias. Bottle selection is quite diverse, and has Bell’s, Arcadia and North Coast, which I have not seen at any other spot in KC (granted, I am new here). I had a beer from Guatemala, it was awful, but when am I going to be able to drink a beer from Guatemala and eat pizza again? The pizza is great, too.
NOTE - the beer list on their site was not entirely accurate when I reviewed. If there is something you see on it you need to have, I would call ahead.
88 = ★★★★ (best in area, a must for locals and visitors)
I only use the total score, not the component parts.
A nice pizzeria with a surprisingly nice tap and bottle list. A large two room pizzeria with one area more traditional seating while the other area is more bar seating. Service was good though servers are not particularly beer oriented. Pizza was good but nothing to blow you away. A number of Michigan beers on tap (unfortunately for me) but a nice selection overall. Price was fair. Would go to 75th first but worth a stop if you are in the area for a bit of craving pizza.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | September 22, 2013
Not a typical beer stop but they do have a great selection with some occasional rarities (first time I ever tried KBS was here). Nice staff, good tap list, and great pizza.
Visited multiple times over several years. Usually a lot of kids during peak dining hours, so we usually sat at the back bar. One of the big upsides of this place is that they would occasionally get in some of the really cool, rare beers that only a couple places in KC could get. Around 16-20 taps and a nice bottle list, this is a good place to check out if you are in the Waldo area of KC. I wasn’t a big fan of the pizza, but almost everyone I know, loves it.
It took me a while to get here but once I went I have been in love. This is my favorite beer spot in KC. Particularly, b/c of the selection and price. Its not the best selection I have ever seen and while the selection is good its not miles above the other places in town. But their beers are well picked out and greatly priced. Oberon pitchers are a steal. Bottle prices, maybe the best I have ever seen. Samples are a ridiculous bargain. I can always come here and find something I actually want to drink. Who ever picks out the taps knows what they are doing. Food is fun as well. Some interesting treats on there, check out the ice cream. It can get packed on a Saturday with families, young adults, older adults. Its appeals to a lot of people. If you visit one place in KC, I would say either go here and walk to 75th Brewing or the Westport Foundry/McCoy’s/Beer Kitchen combo. This one will be lighter on your wallet. Nothing special about the ambiance, a bit kitsch, which is cool and very unpretentious. Love the bathroom decoration.
Strebs (221) St. Louis, Missouri | February 5, 2012| Updated October 1, 2013
Pizza was OK...just average, but the beer selection was very good. Service was great, but I was really surprised that it closes so early.
Taplist was a little lacking, but prices were incredibly cheap -$6 flight of anything on tap, and almost all pints well under $5. I can’t imagine how they make any money on the beer. Pizza was awesome. Worth going for the pizza if nothing else.
I drove forever and didn’t see *any* place that I thought I might like to eat and drink at and then I find this nice strip of shops with Waldo Pizza right in the middle of it. Kind of an older place with nice decor on the wall. They had a buffet but we skipped that and ordered from the menu. Nice selection of beers and flights were also available. The pizza was excellent!