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Reviews by mynie:
4.15/5 rDev -6.3%
I don't eat meat, so I bristled a bit when my colleagues told me this was the place they'd decided we would all sup. What's worse, I was in bad need of some ethanol (so as to block off the DTs), and the pastel, Disney-looking sign made mention only of the joint's burgers and shakes.
"Do they at least have beer?"
"Ohh, you'll see."
See I did. They had 30 taps, 29 of which were locally brewed, and by any standard that is awesome.
The place seems design to appealed to slightly older hipsters with children. Like, the waitresses are waiffish and tattooed, but not heroin-addled or sleeve-tattooed.
The decor looks like an Ikea set piece, and all the furniture is a little neat-looking but also a little chintzy looking. Some of the touches are nice, though. For example, everything comes in a mason jar--even the beer, even the salt--and for some reason I think this is cute. Actually, "cute" is a really good word for this place, is at simultaneously acknowledges and dismisses its ersatz feel. The appeal of this place has got nothing to do with earnestness. It's like Disneyland in that way--pleasant but cartoonish, nice to visit but you'd never make it your regular hangout.
The food was pretty good--it's hard to find a decent veggie burger. The waitstaff was nice, but it was clear beer was a secondary concern. The food prices were reasonable but the beer prices were quite high. But both of these aren't really huge problems, because like I said this isn't the kind of place you're going to want to make your regular hangout. It's certainly worth a stop, though.
03-25-2012 16:28:58 | More by mynie
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