The beer is brewed here, and was quite good. The food was OK. Ordering was a little weird. Apparently, they also own a pizza place next door. They give you a menu, but part of the menu comes from this place and part comes from the pizza place. The kitchens are not synchronized. They showed soup as available on the specials board, but there was none to be had. Unfortunately, I ordered food from one kitchen and my boyfriend ordered food from the other (no, wasn't as simple as just avoid pizza, and we both get food from the same kitchen--the overlap was more subtle than that!). So his food arrived a while after mine. This was one of the very few places open for dinner on Sunday night in town...patio seating was cool!
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