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Reviews by champ103:
3.68/5 rDev 0%
I like this place. Maybe a bit to chain like and cookie cutter, but still very enjoyable. I have never been to a Walk-On's before. Though I have seen them around Louisiana, and I never thought they would have a good beer selection until I walked in one day. For Lafayette, this place probably has the most taps in town.
There is a large dinning area and a horseshoe shaped bar. A couple of outdoor seating areas. One area is a continuation of the bar, the other is another dinning area. Plenty of TV's turned to sports. Though the volume is low and the TV's do not interfere if you chose not to watch.
The bartenders and waitresses work hard and know enough about the different beers to get by. You don't really need much more than that. There is a wide range of food as well. Lots of Cajun and seafood items as one would expect. The menu ranges from pub grub like burgers and wings to etouffee. I had the crab bisque (excellent) and some stuffed shrimp and oysters which was very good as well. Everything is in huge portions.
On to the beer! Around 40 or so taps with lots of locals and other micros. Tons of Abita which is to be expected. Three taps for NOLA brewing, and one of the only places outside of New Orleans I have seen that carries the brewery. Which is a huge plus. Some local Parish and Bayou Teche offerings. Several options from Lazy Magnolia as well. I saw some Stone, Anchor, and Sierra Nevada on tap as well. Plenty of good beer to chose from.
Overall this is a nice place to grab a beer. If a bit cookie cutter, but I can look past that. Plenty of options and good food as well. Along with the Green Room, this is the best place in Lafayette to get a beer.
07-17-2011 01:11:41 | More by champ103
Walk-On's in Lafayette, LA
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