My husband and I sat outside to take advantage of the beautiful September day and we were not disappointed. This was our first trip to a restaurant in our new home town.
The beer: We tried a six-beer sampler. Like most microbrews, I found these beers to be excessively hopped for the most part, even if the brew calls for more hops than other beers. I believe microbrews tend to do this to set them apart from other breweries or to create some kind of shock value (I say this as someone who enjoys hops in moderation).
The food: We started with calamari and their house made chips. Calamari was clearly something that was ground up and formed into strips. If it was real calamari (with that distinctive texture) you wouldn't know it. The chips serving was huge. Both came with a delicious aioli sauce.
I had: The clam chowder and a salad. The salad was typical, and chowder was OK (and was not canned).
Husband had: A blue cheese burger that looked amazing. Harmon's apparently places the burger under the broiler for a bit to brown and melt the blue cheese. His garlic fries were amazing.
If you're going to a restaurant like this, definitely splurge for their flagship food. I hear the pizza is very good and we plan to try that when we go back.
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