This was our first visit. We sat at the bar and tried all 4 of the in house beers they had on tap. All of the beers were good but the dark beers, Disbelief (a Belgian style dark) and the porter were our favorites. The Blonde a Belgian style and the Mild were also both good. We tried 4 of the small plate / tapas items. The best was probably the scallops ceviche. We also had the chorizo with quail egg, lobster and mascarpone arancini and the beef and stilton croquets. All were very good but the croquets really screamed for a bit more salt.
The atmosphere has a bit of a steampunk vibe. The brewery is the main view from the bar. The kitchen is open and viewable from the far end of the bar. Unfortunately this place is acoustically loud and could use some sound deadening material. The lousy music they were playing didn't help. Like it's sibling Novare Res the staff seems to be more interested in their personal music taste and doesn't take a look at the actual crowd they have.
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