A quiet afternoon. The decor and menu are busy, but not the restaurant. Decent tap and bottle selection. Nothing that would blow you away though. Service isn’t speedy. Everyone’s food was well received.
Great family restaurant with huge 30 tap list of great craft and micro choices, some that other locations in the area don’t have. Service was very helpful in my visit and food was fantastic and a huge menu. They offer a special discount like a "membership" card of 15 pints for 55 bucks that you can redeem between visits and never expires.
A: The bar area can hold about 18-20 people plus table seating around it. There is craft brewers decor around the area. Not a total craft beer nerd haven as it caters to their food patrons primarily.
Q: The beer quality is decent as the beers are served at proper carbonation and very few macros.
S: Decent service, some bartenders know their stuff and some go through the motions of whatever they have been told to say.
S: The beer selection is decent as they get some beers that you dont typically see anywhere else in WNY, but they also have some common and local stuff on tap too. 30 taps from a wide variety including a cask tap too.
F: The food is decent but nothing you really would go out of your way for.
Value: They ride the line between pricey and expensive on all of their beer selections. Something that can be had elsewhere locally is typically a buck of two more and they have a other beers where they not only over charge for but serve at smaller sizes.
Overall, I go to Pizza Plant once in a while to see if they have anything different on tap but there are better selections (and cheaper in cost) not far away.
When I visited: April 2013.
What I had: Peak Organic IPA, Victory Swing Session Saison, Elysian Dragonstooth Stout, and Stillwater Stateside Saison on tap, Stone Cascade Dry Hopped Ruination IPA on cask, two Caesar Salads, Fajita and Chicken Sausage Pods, Carrot Cake to split, several sauvignon blancs for the Mrs.
What I liked: Insanely good draught lineup, delicious food, approachable no frills atmosphere, comfortable and private booths, nice crowd that minds their own.
What I disliked: Our server was clearly in a rush, they close quite early (12ish on a Friday night?), and the prices are a tad high, but we still enjoyed our time here.
Would I go back? Yes.
Overall rating: 78
Nice pizza joint with impressive tap list.We went on a Friday night, they had a live band, so it was extremely loud near the bar, but you could sit in the restaurant, where the band was not too loud. We returned a week later and there was no band. Excellent selection of taps with many american micros. Decent bottle list with prices that are value oriented for what you get. Extensive menu needs an hour to read over properly. Pizza is world class in my opinion, excellent. Worth a stop IMO.
jlipski (1) Williamsville, New York | October 2, 2012| Updated September 11, 2013
Definitely buy a beer card. 15 beers for $55 anytime
UDBeernut (348) Saint Johns, Florida | October 1, 2012| Updated October 14, 2012
Lunch with the wife. Large restaurant, with an impressive tap list, 40 plus a cask. Prices for the beer were reasonable. Food was a bit pricey but large portions made up for that. Service was a tad slow, but acceptable. Good family atmosphere... We will defiantly be back after wee baby Avery arrives.
Not as intimate as the Main St location but far more room than both Main and it’s olde location. Prompt service, and the waitress knew her beer. Very good selection when I was there - Stone, Victory, Bear Republic, a couple interesting imports. Food is still very tasty and a good value. they also have WiFi as an added bonus. Close to shopping which my Wife likes as well!