Went in here with a couple for whom I am officiating their wedding ceremony to discuss schedule and logistics and enjoy some craft brew and food. The bottle selection is outstanding, they have even more craft beers in bottles/cans than noted Old Town craft brew pub Bilbo Baggins. The only minor issue I had was that of the first 3 beers I ordered (2 on tap, 1 in bottle) they were out, which was irritating. However, I did enjoy an excellent SchneiderWeisse Sour Ale, and I also sampled the "Pizze Atomica" which was topped with fresh mozzarella, plum tomatoes, kalamata olives, and real salami aka "salame". I say "real" because it was of the very fresh, nitrate-free, somewhat gamy tasting variety like a hard prosciutto or a carpaccio (except obviously cooked). The crust was very crisp from the wood-fired brick ovens. Very delicious, and unique. The only mild issue is that it was, naturally, pretty salty between the salame and the olives. Also, this place is not cheap, be prepared to spend 20 bucks on a large pizza which is about the size of most chain pizza joints medium size, and the craft beers run between 6 and 12 bucks per glass on 9-12 ounce pours.
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