High Street Grill
Taps: 16 / Bottles: 12
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: N
Ratings: 27 | Reviews: 20 | Display Reviews Only:
4.2/5 rDev -4.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.75 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 5 | $$$
High Street Grill will not disappoint any craft beer fan. There is always a good selection of beer on tap. I recommend showing up on a Thursday night as there is normally a beer promo that night with giveaways.
The food is top notch. I have never been disappointed with anything off the menu. The menu is not very big but the food always tastes great.
08-28-2013 18:58:33 | More by OldeBrickHouse
4.61/5 rDev +4.5%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.75 | service: 4.25 | selection: 5 | food: 4.25 | $$
High-quality bar with a limited yet superb craft beer selection and some tasty grub like the pulled pork tapas or the elk burger with fries. Every Thursday is what they call "Beer Geek Trivia," complete with free goodies from the featured brewery of that evening. All in all, easily one of the best craft beer joints to go in all of New Jersey. A must for any beer geek in the Garden State.
05-13-2013 16:47:39 | More by RAdragna
4.43/5 rDev +0.5%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 5 | $$$
Back and forth to way western Maryland, I'd grown quickly bored with the landscape of the shortest distance between the two points. Wasn't long before I started mixin' it up whichwhatever way I could; beginning to stray long and longer ways out for a beer here and a bite there. And so High Street Sunday, easy off the Tpke and much longer overdue than I'd care to admit. In a strip of storefronts, that which is town...
A long, narrow room with a curved light wood "J" shaped bar seating 12 off to the left. Barback is counter space over cupboard & shelved glassware, and a wood unit above running most of the length holding shelved booze displayed on mirrored back panels. TV's mounted at both ends of the bar. A glass rack on the wall and another dangling above. Sunken spots in the bar unit shining the light on things booze, track spots on the far wall, widening cylinder tortoise shell lamps over the bar, and a chandelier to the rear.
A single table in the nook alongside the front entranceway, with a board of poloroids of bar patrons mounted on the wall leading to it. Sets of 2 square hightops and a lowboy past there adjacent to the bar, with framed art for sale lining the walls above and a board listing tap & wine selections. And slight seating to the rear, somewhat separated by a stand up wine cooler at the end of the bar seating area. Slight & tight back there, or so it seems, but very comfortable. There's some sort of a dining room space/piano bar upstairs, but didn't couldn't get there to see. And the kitchen is to the rear, upstairs/downstairs, halfway in between.
It's in the lunching hours, a menu, yes, I will, thank you. The seafood stew of the day was salmon in a lobster broth (excellent, sweet & spicy as described), and I was going to do a Sirloin burger but it is "Slider Sunday" after all. They do sliders in white bean veggie, Hereford beef, blackened sushi grade tuna, grilled salmon, turkey, lamb, & ostrich. The winners as determined by everyone else at the bar having eaten already were the salmon & tuna, so I ordered those two, and the Hereford beef as the third. The grilled salmon was done in a soy glaze and served with red onion (very good), the blackened sushi grade tuna was served in a Thai chili glaze topped with lettuce & tomato (amazing), and the Hereford beef was dealt with mushrooms, caramelized onions & smoked cheddar (quite good but the weakest of the three, but it didn't really have a chance as them 2 seafood slides were money).
A tower with 10 taps on one end of the barback, another tower of 6 on the other end. As something something kicked, there are 15 beers on tap today; ½ of which are local/regional (Yards Jefferson Tavern Ale, Washington Porter & IPA, Sly Fox Seamus Irish Red Ale, Victory Prima Pils, Stoudts Fat Dog Stout, Troegs Nugget Nectar, Flying Dog Old Scratch Amber Lager), the other ½ a mix of craft beyond (Allagash White, Stone Oaked Arrogant Bastard, Lagunitas Cappuccino Stout & IPA) and imports (Schneider Edle-Weisse, Unibroue nasty Ephemere, Guinness). And Yards Brawler on the handpump. I drank the Yards Washington Porter 'cause I do. My second and out was the Lagunitas IPA en lieu of the Yards IPA which had just kicked.
And bottled selections displayed on the top shelf center, a mix of this and that just shy of a dozen offerings (Chimay x2, Harpoon IPA, Sam Smith Winter Welcome, Allagash Curieux, Stoudts APA, North Coast Old #38 Stout, Great Divide Yeti Imperial Stout, Founders Nemesis, KBS & Devil Dancer).
A warm, comfortable, inviting place. The walls, some brick and some angled slat woodings, hold light decorations, well done and not overly done. Good crowd this afternoon, the people here can not only recommend a winner slider but are beer knowledgeable; we're talking some game. The food was fantastic, and the beer was fresh, they move it pretty well. Solid tap selection and a good smattering of bottles. Events; I caught the tail end of a Beer Wars (beer & food pairing steel cage match where they pit a pair of breweries against each other to the death), IPA challenges, homebrew competitions, dinners, tastings and promos... I very much so approve.
08-03-2010 19:20:39 | More by slander
High Street Grill in Mount Holly, NJ
96 out of 100 based on 27 ratings.