This is our second review of this place. We have been there 3 times - seeking each time to compare and contrast with past visits - what got better, what became worse, what remained the same.
In summary, we generally like the place - tasty, well-prepared food, some neat, unusual combinations / ingredients, nice atmosphere, conveniently located when other tasks call you to the area.
• The primary exception to these positive comments center on the beer prices. They are offensive - and just not worth it. Over-inflated.
• We make these statements based upon our solid experience as regular micro brew / restaurant attendees and high quality beer-buyers at better restaurants.
• First, while the selection is ample, it is all tap or bottle - not cask and not made on the premises - it is brought in. Yet - the prices for a typical pint (16 ounces) are approx. $7.00.
• Further, the more flavorful and in our opinion, more desirable beer, are only served in a 10.5 ounce glass (35% less than a pint) - for up to $8.00! Read - "small glass of beer (even less than a standard bottle) for eight dollars". It feels like victimization. This of course obligates us to pass / not purchase the beer because we do not believe in wasting our money.
A missed opportunity for more gross revenue and margin for the Owners. Make the prices more reasonable and fair - and the owner will likely sell far more beer and earn even more profit than at present.
The overall experience would be far better if the Owners would correct this rather significant flaw.
And note that some others feel the place is over-priced as well. We are not alone.
Just our opinion - no better than anyone's else. Do your own research, visit the place, review the menu and beer prices and form your own opinion.
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