Seven Bridges Grille And Brewery
Ratings: 35 | Reviews: 28 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by kylehay2004:
4.05/5 rDev +5.5%
A solid all around brewpub. The regular selections are quite good and they often have barrel-aged, casked and handpulled selections. It seems in recent years the seasonals have improved and new tappings occur more frequently. The food is above average for your typical brewpub and though service is hit or miss when sitting at a table, the bar staff is friendly, attentive and have excellent rapport with the regulars.
Week nights are generally the best time to go. They have a full bar as well which attracts a variable crowd from either your local hipsters to the late 20s early 30s customer service reps from one of the many companies which employ those entering the finance or insurance industries. Regardless the atmosphere is usually enjoyable.
06-25-2011 19:38:32 | More by kylehay2004
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3.73/5 rDev -2.9%
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%
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
Seven Bridges Grille And Brewery in Jacksonville, FL
87 out of 100 based on 35 ratings.