This brewery is the part of Rogue. They have a good bar food. Beer is Rogue as well as bunch of other beers made by family of Rogue breweries.
Stopped in while in Issaquah working and loved the soup and salad. My friend had burger and was very happy as well. Good beer, food and a very nice wait staff made this a good stop for us.
I had passed by this place before and made a mental note to stop back for a visit. Well, I finally made it last night. Aside from troubles finding on-street parking (chalk it up to preparations for the weekend's big Salmon Days celebration), my cousin and I had a great time here. I had no idea this was owned by... More
We came across this place while walking in the town center of Issaquah and decided to go in and taste the local brew and catch a bite to eat. My friend, Ann, and I chose to sample the soups. I ordered the Cheese Soup made with Dead Man Ale and she had the New England style Clam Chowder. Both came... More
A buddy and I grabbed some dinner at the bar. The place was packed and for good reason. Very good beer selection. The menu offers something for everybody. I would have given a 4 star rating, but my lauded 1/2lb kobe beef hamburger was just average. The bar tender, while efficient, was distinctly standoffish. Perhaps with more experience he'll learn... More
We had tried this place a few years ago and weren't impressed. Tried again and loved the beer and food. Sat outside and had fast and friendly service. Not scenic, but it's still nice to sit in the sun. Great Mac and cheese and cheese bread.
I had a BLT; my daughter had a salad, my son-in-law a burger. Everything was delicious and reasonably priced. Service was a bit slow but they were very busy. We all had different beers and they were all good. I tried a rum and coke the last time I was there and didn't like the taste. The corner where children... More
The service was abyssal and the food was sub par... The beer WAS pretty darn good though... It was interesting because a coworker talked this establishment up alot over the Sunset Alehouse....Meh!
We had to wait a little to get served but it was well worth it. The place was buzzin, really busy, plenty of atmosphere and great food and beer. I had a Kobe half pounder with cheddar. I was a little worried about finishing it all....I nearly did. Washed down with a dead man local brew and good company, this... More
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