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Bert's Landing

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Ratings: 1
Reviews: 1
rAvg: 4.4
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Taps: 8
Bottles: 100
Cask: N
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140 Warren Ave
Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02360
United States
phone: (508) 591-7321

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(Place added by: tigg924 on 04-02-2011)
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Bert's Landing may have the best restaurant bottle selection in Plymouth and for that alone, it deserves to be here. Bert's has over 100 different bottles from across the world with an emphasis on local brews. If you are a tourist and want to get a good feel of what is available in the area and have a good meal at the same time, this is the place to go. All of the bottles can be purchased locally, however it is still really nice to have a great selection with dinner. They also have eight tap lines, with four being macro and the other four being microbrews. When I have gone, one was always reserved for Sam Adams, one for Harpoon. The bottles are reasonably priced as well with most being in the $4-$6 range.

The restaurant is located right on the water just outside of downtown Plymouth. There are two floors with the full menu available on both. The bottom is formal dining and the top floor is a bar with a great view of the ocean and sunset. There is balcony seating as well. The bar portion is on open room with big windows. The bar is fairly standard and clean. They often have bands and trivia. The servers are knowledgeable about beer and can offer recommendations about bottles. The food is amazing. I have had sandwiches which are about $10. The fries are super good. There is also more expensive fair with an emphasis on seafood. Prices range from $13-$25 a plate. I had the lobster mac and cheese and it is my favorite splurge meal in the area. Bert's is one of those places that I would highly recommend to those who only stop at one restaurant in the area. It is great to see a restaurant with such amazing food and views have one of the best beer bottle selections.

tigg924, Apr 15, 2011
Bert's Landing in Plymouth, MA
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