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3.97/5
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Place Score: 95
Ratings: 138
Reviews: 53
rAvg: 4.26
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[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

303 Main Street
Lyons, Colorado, 80540
United States
phone: (303) 823-6685

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Photo of Crosling
4.5/5  rDev +5.6%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Oskar Blues is an amazing place. It's a well run establishment with a pleasant wait staff and bartenders. The food is just okay. I don't recommend the pizza, pasta or soup dishes, but the sandwiches and burgers are quite tasty. Their beers are big & bold, from Dales to Old Chub to Gordon to Ten Fidy, but if bold beers arn't your thing or families thing, you can order a Bud Light or a guest beer and not be treated like an asshole. The best part is the atmosphere and mostly, the 80's arcade in the basement. About 20 arcade games including Super Mario Brothers, Galaga and Ms. Pac Man. I have been to a couple music nights and they are outstanding. Overall, Oskar Blues is a great place. A place I always take my guests.

More User Reviews:
Photo of milwaukee512
4.79/5  rDev +12.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.75 | service: 5 | selection: 4.75 | food: 4.75

Stopped here between Rocky Mountain N.P. and Boulder. Dale's Pale and a few other varieties are available in Wisconsin, so I knew the beer would be good. The food was awesome, reasonable, and the service was great. Worth the twenty minute drive from Estes Park.

Photo of ksolekjr
5/5  rDev +17.4%

Great Place

Photo of DavidGross
4.38/5  rDev +2.8%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.25

Visited 07-MAR-14 with my buddy and had a great time. Can't wait to go back and sample a few more beers.

A - really great place. Loved layout, look and feel. Band was great to listen to as well. Guests and staff were friendly and easy to mingle with.

Q - food and beer were outstanding. Did a flight and really enjoyed all of them. Was really looking for good burger and they delivered. was dang good, cooked right and hit the spot.

S - the staff from the front door, our waitress and others were always available and took care of us like family.

S - amazing from both food and beer. cant wait to go back.

F - burger was great.

V - well worth it!

Photo of FightingEntropy
4.06/5  rDev -4.7%
vibe: 3.25 | quality: 4.25 | service: 3.75 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

7/14/12

After a spectacular day in Rocky Mountain National Park, a disappointing stop at Estes Park Brewery and a warm up visit to Left Hand Brewery, I was looking forward to dinner at Oskar Blues for some of my favorite Colorado beers on tap. Very busy on a Saturday night, I waited with friends for a table with a draft of Deviant Dale's (aka Double D), which was excellent and DD has found an occasional home in my beer fridge whenever I go on a beer run to Hudson, WI.

When we got a table, the band upstairs was playing so loud that I put in ear plugs and could hear the discussion better. Absolutely miserable, worse even than our Cask Republic. After appetizers, we asked to be moved and they kindly put us outside on the patio and our night improved immensely. When I mentioned the ear splitting noise to a waiter, the response was "that's Oskar Blues," as if it was self evident.

The rest of my beers on the night were Oskar Blues standards except Renegade Ryeteous IPA, which was good but didn't have as much hop and rye twang as I had hoped. Food was good too, especially the fried pickles with hot sauce. Overall, Oskar Blues was a good beer experience and I'm happy to have added them to my list. I appreciate their pioneering efforts at canning craft beer and now understand somewhat the Oskar Blues attitude that enabled them to be to be leaders. However, I wish I had known of the raucous nature of the bar and visited earlier in the day for a more comfortable time.

PIctues at http://pintsizedrevelations.blogspot.com/2013/07/oskar-blues-grill-brew-longmount-co.html

Photo of StonedTrippin
4.16/5  rDev -2.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4

cool place right in lyons, co. restaurant upstairs, pub downstairs. i was only in the pub but it had a great atmosphere. lots of cool rock and roll stuff on the walls, dim lighting, and a big bar. all of their beers on tap are delicious, especially the ten fidy. played some free pool and enjoyed the vibe. uncrowded on a monday night was nice. service was fair to good, and the prices were oustanding, just 3 bucks a pint for happy hour. will likely stop here again next time i head up to rocky mountain national park. nice pit stop

Photo of JoeAmerican77
4.75/5  rDev +11.5%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Oskar Blues!!!!

Ok so I've been here for my birthday, college graduation, everytime family is in town, as well as anytime I without a doubt want great drink and food. Atmosphere is always great. Great rock and blues bands frequent the upstairs rockout room. Downstairs is quite large with an extended outdoor seating area as well. The partial wrap around bar is solid.

The best breweries from across the US on tap, RR, DFH, Odell's, Avery, Green Flash etc... are on tap, but you really need to look no further than what OB offers.

The food is what blows my mind even more about this place. Its Southern. My sexy wife is from Louisiana and this is "some of the best southern food she's ever had". The best chicken wings (made with their beers and spicy all the way up to ghost chilis), Oyster/shrimp Po Boys, Pizza, Fried Pickles, mussels, and the list goes on. The food is like this, you've had it and like it somewhere before, well it is much better here. Really everything feels gourmet.

A lot of beer, a lot of food, and the only down side is this, it is a bit pricey. Not a ton, but you are getting nothing but quality so you do have to support their cause with your wallet.

Photo of YourMomDrinksBud
4.25/5  rDev -0.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 5

Somewhat cheesy atmosphere but the vibe is very relaxed.
Our waitress was well educated on the beer list and the service was good.
The food was well priced and delicious.
Beer was equally good, but a bit pricey.
I ordered a po boy and a pint of Deviant Dale's IPA. Liked it so much i got a growler filled.
Sometimes they have live music going down stairs which can be good.
Also, they usually have good guest taps. I was lucky enough to get a pour of PtY out there earlier this year.
Definitely check out this pub/restaurant if your in the area.

Photo of DelMontiac
4.2/5  rDev -1.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I stopped in to Oskar Blues Grill and Brew in Lyons, CO with my wife and daughter after a funfilled day in Rocky Mountain National Park. It doesn't look like much from the street. Inside, it's got more blues bar vibe than restaurant feel which is okay by me. I wasn't that impressed with the inside which is a bit hokey, but interesting at the same time. Bathroom was very clean, which is always a good sign.

The place seemed very slow at that hour of the day which was about 5:30. There were a few bikers (weekender wannabe types) outside and downstairs. Server - not pushy, friendly, and knowledgable on the brew. I asked if Ten-Fidy was seasonal and she said they don't bring it out at the pub until Fall, but if I wanted something dark in nature they had a batch of Velvet Elvis on tap at the moment. Since I was next to a life sized Elvis, I figured that's the way to go.

Food was very good. I had the turkey ruben which was huge, daughter had a small pizza which was big, and wife had the chicken tenders which were spiced well. All quite tastey. I was impressed with the flavor of the pizza - hey, they put hops in the dough, man! Onion rings are great too. There are some out of the ordinary type items on the menu which keeps it interesting, some of wich may be a little far out for kids or regular meat and potatoes types. There is something for everyone.

I thought the value was good. The ticket was just over $39. $6 of that was for the Velvet Elvis which I feel is a bit pricey for a pint, but then when you think about it...hey, it's a special batch brew you can't buy anywhere else. Plus it was good. I would definitely go there again, but I would drink more beer.

Photo of Fiona8051
3.35/5  rDev -21.4%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

what's up with the highly priced brews?
I have always loved their beers, but hey, this is getting out of hand; there are many more quality brewskies around! I'm backing off for now, they need to check in on what the competition is doing! The food was delivered with an apology that 'the kitchen is really backed up right now' and it was piping hot, so no worries. However, it arrived right after I'd ordered a 'slider' since our food hadn't arrived so it was frustrating to deal with an appetizer then dinner immediately! I do hate it when the menu does not list the alcohol content on their beers - I like knowing whether I'm paying for a session beer or one that has more to 'watch out' for, especially if I'm driving. Either way, OB is way out there with their beer prices, I'm definitely NOT going there if I'm thirsty, nor picking up Old Chub anymore; get a grip, guys! You're dreaming!

Photo of UCLABrewN84
4.04/5  rDev -5.2%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4

My wife and I visited this location on our way back from Rocky Mountain National Park.

The atmosphere in the bar area downstairs is very hole in the wall with a bar, some seating for bands, a pool table, and an arcade. I didn't go upstairs to see what exactly was up there. The bartender was very nice and answered some of my questions about Oskar Blues beers.

I was able to try some beers on tap that are not found in CA (tap only and limited brews). The beers were of very good quality but they only had about 8 beers on tap from what I could tell.

My wife and I were able to enjoy some pints and play a game of pool which was pretty fun.

Overall, this is a low key place to stop and get some Oskar Blues beers in a hole in the wall feeling place.

Photo of mattkooler
2.25/5  rDev -47.2%
vibe: 3 | quality: 2.5 | service: 2 | selection: 2 | food: 2

Atmosphere- Blues themed, with lots of paintings of rock and roll and blues artists. Decor is basically similar to apple bee's, but blues themed, and more authentic feel.

Quality- Beer was poured with no head. Food was served no more than 5 minutes after we ordered it, which made it pretty clear that they did not cook it to order. This brought into question how long our food had been sitting around....

Service- When we were seated, they ran out of menus, and took quite a while for them to track menus down. Also seemed a couple times that we were being "passed off" between waiters. For instance, I asked the person who brought us our food for a refill, and she said she'd find someone to do it; made it seem like it was a hassle to ask for a refill.

Selection- Had quite a few burgers, sandwiches, and other more down home dishes, like jambalaya. If you aren't into that kind of food, you probably won't find too much. As far as beers go, expect Oskar Blues regular line up, and that's about it.

Food- Got a bbq pulled pork sandwich, and it was not good. It was dried pork, with bbq sauce from a jar poured on top basically. Something I could make at home, but better for wayyyy cheaper. The onion rings were quite good though, would definitely recommend them.

Value- The prices weren't that high, but for what you get, I would not pay that kind of money.

Overall, was very disappointed. I had heard many good things, but for me, I wasn't impressed. Could've caught them on a bad day, so I wouldn't go as far to try to sway people away from going, as it could be better other days, or maybe someone else's cup of tea, but I'd definitely keep your expectations in check.

Photo of StoneTSR
4.58/5  rDev +7.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

This review is for the Longmont location.

Atmosphere: The giant Dale's Pale Ale can made this one easy to spot from the Diagonal Highway. Walking in there was the smell of BBQ and an open, lodge-like setting.

Quality: Ridiculously good. The food was outstanding and the wide array of Oskar Blues offerings and guest beers was impressive. I had the barrel aged Barleywine and it was outstanding. The two pounds of wings were nice and spicy and the cheesy mac is an absolute must as a side.

Service: Our waiter was very knowledgeable and even though he was clearly busy he was able to provide good, timely and professional service. The one time he couldn't get back to the table, the manager picked up his slack and dropped off our drinks before sticking around for ten minutes or so to talk beer and provide us a few samples of his favorites. This place very clearly has its stuff together.

Selection: The menu is extensive and provides something for everyone and the beer selection is tough to beat. There were maybe 12 or so Oskar Blues offerings, four of which I had never seen before (although I am from out of state) and about 20-30 guest beers.

Food: The beer is the star of the show at Oskar Blues, but I would still eat here even if they didn't have the amazing beer selection that they do. The food is worth the trip, which makes it a good place to bring anyone, even your Macro-swill sipping buddies.

Photo of claytong
4.38/5  rDev +2.8%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Lunch and Happy Hour are the best times to eat with very reasonable dishes. You can taste 3 or so beers without a charge. The beers are a bit pricey, I'd recommend Old Chub and then tasting the more expensive guys.
The place is a bit large for my taste. And the decoration a bit overdone. The amazing beers compensate.
There slow smoked meat is what to get. The po boy sandwich is nice for lunch or the fish tacos for happy hour.
I have only been to the restaurant in Longmont as of yet, but I will soon be checking the other two.

Photo of MilwaukeeCrusher
5/5  rDev +17.4%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Now this was truly an experience, one of which was one across a broader scope than beer. Place was easy to find, which stuck out like a sore thumb in this little town. Considering its remoteness, I pondered on what explorers thought as they passed across the topographic landscape for visual enlightenment, and they this was truly the Chimney Rock for my manifest destiny.
Sat down and was waited on. Ordered a buffalo burger and fries, and while waiting had a variation of a porter which to this day I'm unsure was ever bottled. Then naturally had to have a Ten Fidy on draft. The food came and wow. I remember I had the Sante Fe version, and the sandwich was so thick I could barely get my mouth around it. When I finished, I had wished I wore a bib because guacamole was everywhere. Went down to the basement and found a whole bar, which was virtually a blues club. A band was to play that night but I didn't stick around. There even was an arcade there in case some little Schroeder was tempermental to bid his time.

As good as Avery was as a brewpub experience and brewery, this was as good as the broad micro-Applebys experience. And when I say good in both instances, I say great. If you want good beer and good food... and have a family for that matter (with a designated driver) this is the premier choice I have seen. PERFECT SCORE.

Photo of kbeals
4/5  rDev -6.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Stopped in here before heading into Rocky Mountain NP. Has a solid restaurant type atmosphere. Reminds me of a larger chain like Ruby Tuesday or Chili's, something of that nature. Had all of their regular line up on tap, I didn't really see anything out of the ordinary which was sort of disappointing, but nonetheless, it's still good. Service was really good, I was taken in quickly and got my order in almost immediately. Food service was fast and prompt, and the food was pretty good as well. I just had a burger, but it was cooked to order and accompanied by a shovel full of fries. Seriously, they give you a lot of fries. I would definitely stop in here again. Prices also seem pretty reasonable just because of the amount of food that you get. Pretty good compared to most other brewpubs. Cheers!

Photo of Dogbrick
4.2/5  rDev -1.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Oskar Blues Grill is in downtown Lyons on Main Street. Parking is fairly abundant in the surrounding lots.

The interior is split into an upstairs and downstairs. I only glanced downstairs but it looks like a bar and music venue, whereas the upstairs is more of a "sit-down" restaurant with a smaller bar. After walking past a small gift shop and up a few stairs, the space has a good sized table seating area on the left and a small bar on the right. There is an eclectic array of decor, including artwork, license plates, portraits, etc with a rustic and worn-in smokehouse flavor underneath it all. The available brews are listed on a board behind the bar.

As for the beers, there is a pretty good array (9 taps), and a sampler is available for $1/beer. On top of a few of the regular OB brews like Old Chub and Dale's, there were several on tap I had not seen before, from Leroy and Short Bus to Priscilla Wheat and Viking Malt Liquor. All of the beers were above average. One minor disappointment was no Ten Fidy, but the servers were able to suggest a couple places to look for cans.

Speaking of service, it was good on our visit. Our server was punctual and brought samples of everything, going past what was allotted on the tray.

The food at Oskar Blues is pretty good. We both had barbecue (ribs, pulled pork) and were satisfied.

Overall this place is well worth the drive from Denver to visit.

Photo of msubulldog25
4.1/5  rDev -3.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Visited Sunday, August 1 ~ 6:00-7:30-ish

Although I sorta knew where Lyons was (midway along our trek from Denver to Estes Park and the gorgeous/rain-soaked Rocky Mountain NP), I hadn't considered Oskar Blues...until two different people gave strong reports at Great Divide the previous day. We bypassed it on the way up, but made a point of hitting OB on the return.

Fresh from the thrill of driving above the two-mile-high timberline and spotting four huge elk grazing roadside just outside the quaint town, we warily steered into a full parking lot - whew, there's a spot! Big crowds, including many families, filled both floors on a Sunday evening; it was a crazy mix of leather-clad bikers on the balcony, birthday-celebrating kids at an adjacent table, locals and visitors, young and old. We grabbed one of few vacant tables in the main room, beneath the word 'BUCK' (part of a huge OB-themed 'crossword' splayed across the ceiling tiles). The room is decorated with a 'folk art' funkiness, portraits (for sale) of rock/blues legends, old license plates, signed photos everywhere, Telluride Blues Fest memorabilia and the like. A bit to polished and family-friendly to be considered 'divey' (although the downstairs bar pool hall/stage/vintage video game arcade would qualify).

Mere seconds after we sat, the lovely/talented 'Daisy' (real name? Hmmm) dropped off menus and took beer orders. I've had my share Oskar Blues' brews - several rank among my favorites from any US brewery - but the 9-beer sampler for $9 was too good a deal to pass up. It gave me a chance to try a couple new ones (a fine smoked porter, a seasonal wheat ale and an imperial brown); it also was fun to give my brother and dad the chance to try some new styles and for my wife to expand beyond her own favorites. Beers came in 4 oz. pours: Dale's Pale, Mama's Little Yella, Old Chub, One Nut Brown, Gubna, Gordon, Priscilla, and the porter and imperial brown. All good-to-great, all fresh. S downed her favorites, Old Chub and One Nut [insert laugh track here] AND stole my half-finished Dale's; K drained the MLY Pils and Priscilla, then took my porter after declaring its smokiness 'cool'; dad had no choice but to polish off (rather quickly!) the beer that shares his name: Gordon. And I got maybe a sip of each and what was left (including the Gubna - which I'd tried twice before and hadn't liked BEFORE this time...others said it tasted like 'body odor'!).

Food seemed to have a 'southern' slant, just like the music and decor. I chowed down on country-fried steak and lumpy mashed potatoes, dad had some pulled pork and sweet potato fries, K noshed on a basic cheeseburger and S was probably the winner with her brisket burger. We tried some apps, too: sliced/fried mozzarella and crisp fried grits. All pretty tasty, all filling, all well-priced. With tax & tip, everything still came to around $75.

On the way out, we paused briefly to hear a little of the dulcet tones of bluegrassers 'Truckstop Honeymoon' (great name!), then it was back in the car. Good times, fun place and definitely worth a return.

Photo of Mebuzzard
3.18/5  rDev -25.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 2.5 | food: 3

Well, I expected more from this place. First, it's no brewpub, just an eatery with OB beers, and not many at that. The atmosphere is great. Blues centered and I love the blues. Upstairs dining area, downstairs bar and billiards with an outside portion. Great location, but everything in Lyons has a great location.
It was difficult to figure out what they had for beers. The usual Dales, Mama, Gordon and Gubna were there, but the beer menu was outdated (no Ten Fiddy, Velvet Elvis). I had the One Nut Brown and thought it wasn't all that good. Service was average. Friendly but I find that a brewpub, if it's the case, doesn't suggest beer pairing with food, then it's a huge miss.
Disappointed with this place. Probably won't be back.

Photo of jwhancher
4.03/5  rDev -5.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3 | selection: 4.5

Stopped here on the way back from Estes/Rocky Mountain National Park. Wasn't sure what to expect. The decor is great: plenty of Oskar Blues signs & things all over the wall. Kept me interested in reading all the newspaper articles, pictures, etc. After we decided not to get food, we sat downstairs at the bar. Wasn't crowded at the time. Got a sampler of every beer available on tap. Had the traditional OB brews, as well as some new "test batches". (Note: try the Da'Gubna). Service was okay. I tried striking up a conversation with the bartender but she seemed pretty uninterested in providing too much information. Maybe because her shift was ending?!?! Either way, the quality was great as was the selection. Would have liked to stick around for some food, but you always need a reason to go back. In any case, I was glad I finally paid a visit.

Photo of schoolcb
4.18/5  rDev -1.9%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I haved been twice now, once on my way up to RMNP and once while in Denver for the GABF. Took my kids the first trip and they liked the food so much they wanted to come back a 2nd time. Our server was FANTASTIC, very personable, and checked in on us often. Food was dang good too. Ended up buying a growler of Old Chub for the week in RMNP. My second trip we took a day to tour around during the GABF and was with a group. Server was not as personable but the food was still good and you can't beat the prices. Would highly recommend!

Photo of doppelmeup
4.5/5  rDev +5.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Stopped by the Lyon, CO location on a trip to Boulder for work. Tucked away in a hole-in-the-wall mountain town, it is easy to find on Main St.

I loved the decor in the restaurant. Great decorations and warm feel to the building. I sat upstairs to eat, but there is a blues bar in the basement.

Had a glass of Ten Fidy on draft for only $3, and also had a NY strip steak. Throw in a HUGE slab of chocolate dump cake (really, enough for three people) and the total bill with tip was only $30.

I'll definitely make the effort to come out here again on my next trip out.

Photo of bhalter8
4.18/5  rDev -1.9%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Yet another stop on my Colorado epic tour. Made it up here for lunch after an evening in Boulder. A little bit slow, but that had to be due to the outdoor festival across the street. I once again feel like atmosphere is made in the evening, so I cannot be too fair in this, but, damn, the music sucked. I hate listening to '80s music, I know some feel there is some nostalgia/fun to it, but it is just bad music, and has no business outside of a stupid frat party. Beyond that, my experience was good. The bartender was friendly and helpful, allowing me to try a few brews before diving in. She also had some good food recommendations, as the greek platter and tomato basil soup where great. Nice to see a few different brews available, with the dopplebock being the standout. In the end, a nice visit, but maybe not worth the trouble unless you are planning to hit the fantastic country up this way.

Photo of Floydster
4.03/5  rDev -5.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 5

Visited 4/27/09, reviewed from notes, stopped here after doing the Estes Park drive and seeing the Rocky Mountains, located in a shopping center in the super small mountain town Lyons, atompshere was super cool with two stories, bar area with pool tables and classic arcade games on the bottom and food up top, waitress was not very friendly which was uncommon in Colorado but not a very big deal, they had seven beers on tap while we were there and they were Gordon, Mama's Little Pils, Old Chub, Dale's, Dopplebock, Leroy brown ale, and Velvet Elvis stout, ran out of their Whiskey Aged Smoke on the Water the day before but was not worried about it after they said their brewery had at least one barrel aged beer on tap, and we were going there next, sat on top and ate lunch, the SILO burger was so good, pulled pork, bacon, pepperjack cheese, and hot sauce on a burger, never heard of something like that before but is was amazing, sweet potato fries were great as well, will be going back here in the future, total bill after two beers was only thirty dollars, pretty good deal, fun place that was not like I was expecting but turned out for the better in that regard, hope to see a musical performance with dinner next time I make it out there

Photo of klewis
3.38/5  rDev -20.7%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3 | food: 4

Walking into this place, it didn't scream "brewpub" quite as much as "dive bar." Still, any place with a classic video arcade can't be that bad. Also, props to having live music - even though it wasn't quite my style. Service was friendly. The selection included all of their regular offerings plus one seasonal - a dry stout that was lacking substantially in character of any sort. I was hoping to see more than just one rotating tap. My pizza was tasty and reasonably priced.

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Oskar Blues Grill & Brew in Lyons, CO
95 out of 100 based on 138 ratings.