The only reason I don't rate this restaurant higher is we that we ate simple food in the bar.
Crossing the country, one micro brewery at a time, we stopped to sample the product. A taster provide four, five ounce tasters. They were enough for my wife and I to share. We selected the Olsch, the IPA, a nut brown ale and the stout. All were excellent and it was a nice spectrum of tastes.
It was after the prime lunch hour, on a weekday and the bar was scant with customers. We elected to enjoy some light fair for lunch. She order salad with lemon grass dressing and I selected the Backyard Margarita Pizza. Both arrived quickly. The salad was a large collection of greens, grape tomatoes and onion. The lemon grass dressing was exceptional; good flavor without being overly oily. The pizza was simple, but tasty on a beer crust dough. The bartender was knowledgable about their beers and about N.C. breweries.
I would readily return to sample a full meal, knowing the ales would be enjoyable.
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