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417 W Stone Dr
Kingsport, Tennessee, 37660-3257
United States
phone: (423) 765-9633

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Place added by: KingKat on 08-03-2012

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4.2/5  rDev n/a
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3.5

More craft beers than anyplace I know of in Kingsport. Three New Jersey locations and now in Northeast Tennessee. Signature item is raw clams. Saw some good reviews on Tripadvisor and some mentioned the large number of taps.

We arrived about 4 pm on a Thursday, so as you might expect there were very few customers. Red and dark wood decor, large bar area and larger dining room. Our server was very attentive, of course he probably didn't have much else to do at the moment. We ordered fried green tomatoes (do they have those in Jersey?) for an appetizer, they came with a pink sauce, sort of thousand-island style, pretty good. Tried the parmesan crusted flounder and grilled salmon: the flounder was a little too spicy for our taste, the salmon was average. Sweet potato fries were very good, large serving, not too greasy and salty like some I had recently at a fast food place.

Happy hour craft pints $3 from 3-8 pm every day. 30 taps with only a few BMC; list includes Sir Perry pear cider, Catawba Firewater IPA, Brooklyn Brown Ale and Lager, Highland Gaelic Ale and Kashmir IPA, Duck Rabbit Milk Stout, SNPA, Thomas Creek "Class IV" (Five?) IPA, and others. Very impressive list for this area. I had the Firewater IPA, served in a standard pint glass, not the usual frosted mug you tend to get around here. I didn't ask our server questions about the beer so can't comment on his knowledge. Overall a fine addition to the local scene and a place we will return to often.

Biggie's in Kingsport, TN
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