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Five of us for brunch.
We had beers and several unique items from their limited, but very unusual menu selections.
We started with shared onion/vinegar fries. Tiny pieces of potato (obviously the end of the batch), mushy and not particularly flavorful.
Three of us shared...More
Fabulous restaurant, not to be missed. Started out as a small craft brewery run by young entrepreneurial people. It grew into a small restaurant with great food, both small plates to nibble on with a glass of wine or a craft beer, and regular size...More
Discovered this place via Trip Advisor. Thank you. Had 3 awesome beers...a Kolsch, a Golden (English Pale Ale on Nitro) and a Westfalia. All by Four Point in San Francisco. We had the goat cheese with toast, grapes, and honey. We also shared a dish...More
Apart from a great variety of House-brewed artisanal beers, the place is not particularly cosy or comfortable. I don’t like sitting at a communal table but some people might find it just fine. Not all tables are communal. The food is trendy but not light....More
My husband and I had dinner and a beer tasting at beer works and we thought most of the beers we tried were pretty good. I really liked the Animal beer and my husband liked the Resonance. As for the food, the steak was really...More
Food is good, maybe a little over-priced even for Mill Valley, bit their beers are essentially all the same with only slight variations. If you've never been to a good brew pub you might be OK with this light weight lift of a brew pub,...More
We enjoyed a relaxing Saturday night dinner at Beer Works. Its modern, slightly industrial fit out creates the perfect atmosphere for its foodie style pub food. Both of our starters were delicious! The charred broccoli was awesome. My partner loved the confit duck main while...More
The beer was memorable. Years ago I had a very tasty rye IPA. That beer was no longer on the menu but the “Animal” was almost as good. Hoppy but well balanced with malt. Dinner ranged from adequate to delicious. High points were the roast...More