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Band of Bohemia is rooted in the namesake gypsy spirit of collective ingenuity and dedicated to an elevated level of cuisine, libations and service. We strive to offer a pairings-based experience, beginning with our rotating collection of culinary-inspired session ales brewed in-house. Our seasonally influenced menu is driven by the philosophy that one can create a unique beer that is appropriate, if not essential, to a finer dining experience.
I was impressed with Band of Bohemia's vibe as soon as we parked and was even more impressed once inside. They've taken an old brick factory and turned it into a really cool looking restaurant. It's very open with great fun decor, comfortable group seating,...More
Friend made the reservations and wasn't sure what the restaurant was going to be like. The whole meal was amazing! I tried several of the home brews and loved them all. We split all of the appetizers among the table and every one of them...More
This restaurant definitely had a great vibe. We loved the decor and atmosphere. The concept is unique where they design their dishes based off their brewed beer. The food was good, however the value wasn't there for me.
The heavy duty velvet curtains **may** be authentically Czech, but the food is fairly ertsaz--from California hip to (small plates) of beef. The beer is good - but the prices just don't justify the hype about this place.
We loved BoB. The team there seems genuinely happy and passionate about what they do and serve. Very good food (carrot app + dill dessert! Pork belly!) and we are normally wine lovers, however their beers are very good and pair well with dishes).. Reasonable...More
This is really a restaurant with great food that also brews beer and not at all a brew pub with typical bar food. Three of us enjoyed a wonderful evening here as we feasted on the tasting menu. One person paired the food with beer...More
The atmosphere is vintage and relaxed; a touch loud but good energy in the room. I'm not the biggest beer fan (my wife loves them, hence the evening to a brewer) but I found every beer on tap to be enjoyable. The walleye crudo starter...More
This is the first Michelin started brewpub. Despite its name the decor has nothing to do with Bohemian art. It is more of vintage.
Portions are descent and I don’t understand the comments that portions are tiny.
The combination of food is exquisite but outcome...More