This was recommended by the ladies at the Tourist Information stop after I told them what we were looking for--they have menus of most restaurants. It is in a newer building across from the riverfront park. There are small tables and larger communal ones. The dining area shares the same floor as the beer vats. You can watch the wind/kite surfers from the front window and/or the beer making activity. There was plenty of food selection on the menu. A nice white wine was $8 a glass. His 16 oz Blond IPA was $4.50. We had the steak and frites and the salmon croquettes (3). It was plenty of food and we took some leftovers. A lot of locals were eating there. Plenty of free parking.
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