We always stop at a few brewpubs while on vacation. Picked this place because it was close to our hotel by the airport. Very rustic inside, almost feels a little cold with the unfinished brick walls. However, we were pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food. We both had the crab bisque to start. It was a large bowl and had excellent flavor. Next we shared the beef nachos. This was more than enough for two and was pretty much your run-of-the-mill nacho plate.
I tried the stout and the seasonal rye, and both were excellent. Service was fine, though the place wasn't very busy on a Monday night. Parking was a hassle, as the closest we could find was about a block away. Can't imagine parking on a busy evening.
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