The Pickled Pig Pub
Ratings: 21 | Reviews: 16 | Display Reviews Only:
4.26/5 rDev -1.8%
Dinner on a Thursday night with family. Restaurant is clean and at 7pm well lighted. Staff is friendly, draft list provided with menus- draft beers marked with a check mark. 14ish taps mixing local with national/intl. being out of town, went with 2 local - Old Dominion Gigi Saison and collaboration with The Monarchy and Stillwater - It's Still Weisse. Menu is what you expect from a gastropub. Ordered Fried Pickles which came with a fantastic spicy dipping sauce similar to a buffalo sauce and hummus and feta cheese which I felt was light on the pits/flatbread. The main event was their Pork Flatliner sandwich - a monster panini with ham, pork bellies, pulled pork, bacon, cheese and bbq sauce w/ pickles. My heart probably skipped a few beats, but that is my issue not theirs! A next visit will definitely include their cheeseplate- they rotate 10ish different cheeses. Will definitely go again and recommend highly if you are looking for a good tap list in Rehoboth with excellent pub comfort food.
08-02-2014 03:07:12 | More by paresis
District of Columbia
4.8/5 rDev +10.6%
Great food and a rotating beer selection on draft that covers the universe of beer very nicely! The staff is really knowledgable and accommodating. The only drawback is it is a strip mall, but very clean and spacious. The specials are the best, and their occasional beer dinners are fun.
06-21-2014 15:54:58 | More by Necowboy
District of Columbia
3.99/5 rDev -8.1%
This place is easy to miss, but try not to, if only to try out the beer selection. We went on a Thursday off-season earlier tonight. We arrived at 545pm or so and it wasn't busy, and never got overwhelmed during our stay. We had an app amongst our beer offerings and the waitress understood we were in for the long haul (in no hurry).
The draft selection was appx 10-12 beers, with about 30-40 bottle and can offerings. The selection was pretty good, and although they did offer a few BMC, and a few local beers (always a plus in my mind) the range of others was really good. Yes, they had some DFH, but also imports and other craft beers. We easily found options we hadn't had before.
The food was decent but nothing overly special,even though we only ordered an appetizer and shared a sandwich. We filled our curiosity with 4 oz pours on a few beers, and found a few beers we want to have again (and again) . It was nice as we slowly tried our beers that our waitress adjusted and visited us as our beer got low. Funny that it appeared the "beer manager" was around and approving of our choices (or so our waitress indicated).
The reason to come here is beer options, for sure (I was drooling over the kegs I saw that had yet to be tapped). The food was totally enjoyable, and the service was pretty darn good. We were in the restaurant, but I did notice the bar area was a bit small, and the 2 TVs weren't offering much, if i were looking for downsides.
10-11-2013 02:50:37 | More by cjgiant
3.78/5 rDev -12.9%
It’s on RT 1 so you don’t have to deal with the headache of going into downtown Rehoboth. It’s tucked in a strip mall that has plenty of parking. The food is nothing special but they do have some fun and creative dishes. I have never had a bad meal, but never a great one either. They have a very nice beer list of not just local stuff. I prefer this over going into down town Rehoboth any day. I would say go here for lunch, DFH if you wanted to try a brew pub exclusive, and Pig and Fish (sister restaurant with more creative and higher end food)
12-17-2012 05:01:40 | More by MikeRoni
3.95/5 rDev -9%
Popped in here real quick after a recent trip to Dogfish Head. It seemed a pretty decent place, nestled innocently in a small strip mall adjacent to a Burger King. You pass by a small seating area to get to the bar, which seats maybe 12-15 people. Simple decor on the walls, somewhat dimly lit, TVs, a large chalkboard displaying what's on tap. There was a decent selection on tap--about 10 to choose from--and the beer list tempted us with stuff that was in the pipeline but not on yet, and it that's not enough for you, there is a pretty nice bottle selection as well. Small pour option is always good. We had eaten earlier, but we sampled a few small items for a snack, and every thing was good. Our bartender was friendly and on the ball, so no complaints about the service.
Our visit was short but sweet, and I would like to go back here for a full session, but on the rare occasions we go to Rehoboth Beach, it's always for the DFH brewpub, so...
09-27-2012 00:00:43 | More by Rifugium
The Pickled Pig Pub in Rehoboth Beach, DE
95 out of 100 based on 21 ratings.