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I found this restaurant on “Bring Fido “. Such a disappointment. The outdoor seating for you and your pooch smelled of rotten food and was just gross. The outdoors area could only be accessed by the parking lot down the street with no signage. I...More
Date of visit: November 2018
BlkMtnAleHouse, General Manager at Black Mountain Ale House, responded to this reviewResponded November 25, 2018
Your inaccurate description and tersely worded review left us dumbfounded and wondering if you were in fact even at our restaurant. Our patio is located in sweet little niche tucked behind an old tea house and an art gallery. It is accessible from three sides...More
Walked past a small door between two stores and saw the stencil on the door saying Black Mountain Ale house. My wife and I decided to go in. We had a blast. The food was good but the service was perfect. Go in, have a...More
We chose this place to have lunch as they identified themselves as pet friendly when I called ahead of time.
We were accommodated on the patio. It was a cool afternoon and maybe not the best day for an outdoor meal. The staff went out...More
We had the best service ever at the Ale House, including beer samples, extra jalapeños and requested condiments. The food was great, including the nachos, which we had never ordered before. A really fun evening!
Delicious pub food - burgers, small plates, salads, entrees. The service at the Ale House was superb. We spent a week in Black Mountain and had lunch and dinner there three times (at least!). The staff was engaging, courteous, friendly. When the joint was hopping,...More