Queenstown Public House
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Taps: 20 / Bottles: 8
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: N
Ratings: 1 | Reviews: 1 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by mactrail:
4.15/5 rDev 0%
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4 | $$$
This is the most attractive place-- an old house surrounded by patios and gardens on a quiet corner between downtown and Little Italy. We sat on the long covered porch on the south side. There are wacky seats and a gas fire in an old wringer washing machine in the front. It feels like Key West without the throngs of tourists. Quite outside and a long bar and couple of rooms inside.
There are 20 taps, and mostly above average and interesting. They don't focus totally on San Diego, and it's generally one less-common beer per brewery, except for three from Pizza Port and two from St. Archer none of which duplicate common bottled brews. We found Ballast Point, Belching Beaver PB Stout, a Stone Saison, Eagle Rock, Bear Republic Apex, Speakeasy, and Ninkasi. Pints were $7.
The menu is also not the standard spread and I'll be back to try more. There are a bunch of sandwiches but mostly with their own twist. Also interesting salads, fish and chips, steak and chips, salmon, and one kind of burger. A number of munchables. We had vegetables with two unusual dips, beautiful yellow and orange carrots (not the baby logs out of the bag), asparagus, etc. It's slightly on the pricey side but the place is so lovely and genteel it would be the place to take the little darling or the friends visiting from out of town.
02-14-2014 05:22:06 | More by mactrail
Queenstown Public House in San Diego, CA
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