Got there on a Monday night in early March and the garage door to the patio was open. The vibe of this place was pretty young and hip, but there were a number of snowbirds there as well so it obviously reached a pretty big audience. The decor was about what you'd expect (a big window to see the brewery and a big central bar), but it was nicely furnished and the high ceiling made it oddly cozy. I don't drink, so the beer menu was lost on me, but my dinner companions sampled a few and seemed quite happy. I ordered the Barnyard Burger (a traditional burger with an egg and some bacon) and was immediately impressed. It came out of the kitchen in good time and it was perfectly cooked (just a touch of pink in the very center). The egg broke and drizzled all over the burger and made a huge mess, but that is exactly what you want. The beer-batter fries were also quite good with a nice crunch and an appealing seasoning. The price was a little steep for a burger, but I enjoyed it so much, I happily paid the bill. If I go back, I will be struggling mightily as the calzone and some other sandwiches all looked delicious as they wafted by.
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