I didn't know this was a different review from Bube's. I left my two cents there. Bottom line: we won't be back. Disappointing.
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Took my wife here for her 65 birthday. She really liked the Catacombs and the food was good too. They took us for a short tour with some historic facts to highlight our visit before seating us. We feel it was worth the cost for...More
We had family visiting from Texas and although we Pennsylvanians had previously dined in the Bottling Works restaurant we thought The Catacombs would be a neat experience for our family. It certainly did not disappoint! Everyone loved the appetizers and their meals. Beverages too! Well...More
Such an awesome place to have dinner. Unique experience, something we will remember forever! The staff was informative and friendly. We didn't have a reservation but lucked out and got a great table. I would recommend making reservations because next we may not be so...More
Very unique and literally underground dining experience. One of a kind. Great food and service and taste of local culture.
The catacombs at Bube's Brewery are nothing short of amazing. The old brewery, now converted into a restaurant, still has the old huge vats and equipment used to brew beer. A bar with some seating to eat is on the main floor. But downstairs, in...More
We visited Bube's Brewery in March for a gypsy feast, and we were able to find a two for one coupon. Score! I loved this experience. The dining setup in the catacombs was amazing. The actors and wait staff were so on point. There was...More
It has been over 25 years since we ate in Bube's Catacombs, a cave 45 feet under ground ... it's an experience you have to experience once at least ... just don't be claustrophobic or have a weak bladder (no bathroom in the cave)! There...More
awesome food an great service in the catacombs the fine dinning area an a lot of history worth it just for the history
cool looking place but very musty and the steps are for the young to go up and down. there is no elevator so you must use the steps. the upstairs offer a place to eat and drink or on the patio area which is nice