This restaurant is in the old Distillery District, which is worth the trip by itself. I was told that afternoons are the best time to go on a weekend, when everything is open but not yet busy. Apparently all the restaurants fill up in the evenings.
I ordered a selection of samples from the beer menu, but in all honesty they were among the most unremarkable beers I've ever tasted at a brewpub. Not bad as such, but not exciting.
The food was very good though. Creative and well-prepared menu choices. I would happily eat here again, and might even pick this place over other nearby restaurants just because I already know that it's good.
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