Seven Bridges Grille And Brewery
Active Beers: 43
Beer Ratings: 137
Beer Avg: 3.74
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Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: N
Ratings: 34 | Reviews: 28 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by azorie:
2.7/5 rDev -29.7%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 1 | food: 3.5 | $$$
3rd try at this local place
Was told they had a new brew Mister so we went back. WE tried and liked the cask coffee stout, was quite good but again I think they are a tad weak for the style. IPA was weak but in the style so I could not really fault it, but IPA are not my favorite style so I only had 1. Tried the southside lager that was totally undrinkable, was like a bud YUCK! The reg stout was good. WE ate at the bar so service was MUCH better this time as was the food. WE stuck with splitting 3 dishes, nachos, a Cobb salad and crab cakes, only the crab cakes sucked. Still think its a tad pricey but for the southside area its not out of line IF you work at Merrill lynch!. Nice pool tables, and seats at bar are good, not a bad place. Its not a cozy and friendly bar though, just a food place that brews ok beer.
its sad I know Eric can brew better but is limited by the corporate GB recipes.
Nice place to meet folks for a meeting, but its a tad loud in there.
ah Eric is a greenroom now.
Still cannot rate them any higher due to the lack of beer selection.
06-23-2006 17:09:56 | More by azorie
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3.73/5 rDev -2.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.75 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.25 | $$
My visit to Seven Bridges was a short and memorable one as I had heard mixed stories about the venue from the locals of Jacksonville, FL. Being an explorer of unknown beers and brewers, I made a determined visit to the Seven Bridges to see what made them famous.
As I moved in from a side door to the bar, I noted the venue only had its own beer on tap, but a full bar and wine selection was set up for the dining room. The beers were arranged and there was at least 2 rows of six taps to serve to customers with. Each of the beers had a full description on the menu.
I started with the Iron Horse Stout, which was a delightful and medium bodied ale with an abundance of chocolate in its mix. Richly rewarding to me, I was thinking of growlers of this already for watching NFL in the Fall. I also imagined all of the good foods to pair it with.
Then I chose the Brewmasters' Reserve, which was a unique Belgian-style I had not tasted in a while that was somewhat similar to Ommegang's Rare Vos.
Looking at the menu, I decided to try the Classic Buffalo wings, which proved to be ok, but tasted like they had been held, then quickly fried again. Ok, at best.
Before I left, I saw some encouraging signs of the bar/brewery's future and past actions: cask engines handles in working condition. The bartender informed me that the Brewmaster made casks occasionally and served them on Thursday nights.
While I might discount my food experience here and wait to try other menu options another time, the beers and the venue were good together in their 1940's look. I am looking forward to trying the other selections with friends in tow.
07-27-2013 05:22:36 | More by bonbright7
3.98/5 rDev +3.6%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 4 | service: 4.25 | selection: 3.75 | food: 4 | $$
I have been going to their sister establishment Rag Time forever and have always meant to stop by here for a visit. My last trip to Jacksonville finally afforded me the opportunity.
Located kind of near the tony St. John’s Center, it is attractive inside and out.
There is a small outside area near the entrance. The hostess stand is right in front with the bar to the left and dinning to the right. The place has a two story celling over most of it. Notice the tanks on the second floor and then more back by the bathroom. Lots of wood and brick.
If I recall correctly, they had 6 regulars and two rotating beers on tap. They have a slightly different beer and food menu than Ragtime. Everyone in my party was happy with their choices. The fish tacos and Cobb salad were two that really received praise. Beers were to style and fresh (seperate reviews to follow).
Our service was good, professional, quick but not hovering. That is just the way I like it.
This is well worth a stop if you find yourself in this part of Jacksonville. I liked it much better than B.J.’s which is just about 1 mile away.
05-24-2013 17:39:48 | More by Redrover
3.96/5 rDev +3.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.75 | food: 3 | $$
I went here on a Tuesday night for dinner. I arrived about 5:30pm so the place was littered with professionals ranging in age from 25 to 75. A decent crowd. The place was pretty big, void of any real atmosphere. Vacuous, kind of cookie cutter with a hint of English placidity. The bar was right in front of me when I walked in so I bellied up.
The servers were quite attentive and did a nice job. I wasnt in the mood to quiz them or test them but I overheard one of the teners explaining the beers and she sounded like she knew what she was talking about. I had an IPA and an imperial pilsner. The IPA was better and not a bad beer.
My food choice was a chicken cobb salad. The salad was good but the chicken was some kind of shredded chicken or something that had a weird consistency. It was definitely precooked but I am not sure how long ago. I prefer fresh cooked, warm chicken to cold, pre cooked, sliced chicken.
Prices were reasonable. I left without going over $20. Happy hour offers $1 off house beers and $2 off wines. I would return but get something else to eat. About 6 standard beers and two seasonal offerings, the Impy Pils and a Doppelbock.
05-22-2013 22:11:12 | More by SaCkErZ9
Seven Bridges Grille And Brewery in Jacksonville, FL
87 out of 100 based on 34 ratings.