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Type: Bar, Eatery

2001 Clarendon Blvd.
Arlington, Virginia, 22201
United States

(703) 528-4660

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Reviews by Slatetank:
Photo of Slatetank
4.08/5  rDev +3.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

I had the opportunity to visit Dr. Dremos before the establishment closed on 1/23 w/ gottajiboo2, his brother and a friend of theirs Matt. When we arrived we were greeted by a Totem pole and some fencing, inside the door there are small fermenters w/ English brewery stickers and the ramp lead us up to the bar past the fishtank w/ a Rogue santa's private reserve bottle swimming w/ goldfish.

We all took the sights in: Pool tables, keg-based tables and graffiti adorned sheet metal dividers w/ comfy couches and a long bar w/ a trough in front of approximately 36 tap handles.

The house ales were very well made and I could not stop checking out the place w/ more fermenters w/ colored lights inside behind the bar and classic and modern breweriana everywhere.
We shared some nachos and ales before the majority of the happy hour crowd shuffled in. The service was speedy and the food was tasty as far as bar food goes.

I really enjoyed my visit and hope to visit the new Dr. Dremos when it opens, I felt right at home and the value fit the situation. I only wish I could attend the auction they are holding for some of the pieces placed around the bar.

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Photo of SusurusIgnoramus
4.55/5  rDev +15.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 3

I credit Dremo's with bestowing upon me my beer geek status. Before Dremo's I didn't know there WAS such a thing as a "beer bar". "A bar that doesn't sell liquor? WHAT!?" Now, I don't even really care for liquor but occasionally.

I say this just so that people might realize that my review is a tad biased. That being said, it is a wonderful place. The selection is great, the service is friendly (this also may partially be because I am a regular and tip well), the staff is knowlegeable, and I love the atmosphere.

It does get a bit crowded on the weekends, and there are a good number of BMC drinkers, but I forgive them that because they chose to patronize such a great bar.

As other people have said, it is closing. At the time of this writing you have five more nights to get your ass in gear and check it out.

I can say without a doubt, I will follow them where ever they go if they manage to find a new location. If not, que sera sera.

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Photo of deathblosom
3.9/5  rDev -0.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 2

This is a landmark that started in December 92 or January 93, can't remember, maybe off by a year. Anyway it started as Bardo Rodeo, where the wait staff all wore shirts that said, "I will recognize whatever appears as my projection and know it to be a vision of the Bardo". Very funky painting on the wall, which are actually the Bardo - the purgatory between life and death, and the 49 (?) stages that are painted on the walls. Then the owner decided to move the brewery off site, and try to distribute, but this didn't pan out. The place had enormous sq ft of room, probably 8000 sq ft or more, plus the outside patio. Then he scaled down and didn't rent the downstairs area. Oh, the downstairs had a cardboard cut out of Mr Goodwrench, for those of you old enough to remember (this place used to be a car dealership), and play sandboxes for kids, for those of you young enough.

Enough said, the place is closing, the last night is January 26. Be there!

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Photo of timtim
3.9/5  rDev -0.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3

dr. dremo's will soon be gone. these are the last days of an establishment that represents (or resembles) a lost ideal of a place that once had promise of a being a funky and unique getaway for those who wanted freedom from downtown washington with it's through the roof prices and over crowded streets lined with yuppies, politicians and neveau riche. arlington is now under seige by people who are trying to destroy everything that attracted them to the town in the first place. i guess that happens anywhere with an ounce of cool. that being said, dremo's is a faux dive with a very industrial/urban feel. food is okay... not bad for bar fare. service is never bad. the owner is always there and always says hello. always something great to drink. i'll miss you dremo. highly recommend going before they close the doors for good in the end of january.

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Photo of HopHeed2113
3.63/5  rDev -7.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3

Dr. Dremo's is probably my favorite VA bar, though it's easy to see how it wouldn't appeal to everyone as it has a very industrial, delapidated feel. For some this is a turn off, but I think it gives the place some character.

For me the place has two great selling points. First is the selection. Outside of Brickskeller it can't be beat. Over thirty beers, almost all of them are micros. Just off the top of my head they had Brooklyn, DFH, Lagunitas, Victory, Stone, Delerium Tremens, Smuttynose. You get the point. I don't know if they rotate the taps seasonally, but when I spent a lot of time there over the summer the availability of IPAs was well suited.

The second thing I like about Dremo's is the outside patio, however patio isn't the right word to describe it because it is so large. Tons of seating, dart boards and a huge bar. In the warmer months this is where all of the action is.

My biggest problem with the place are the lack of bathrooms. There is one unisex bathroom on the patio area, and one single person bathroom for each sex inside. Simply not enough for all the patrons, and you'll be spending a lot of time in line. The other thing that I don't like, and it's outside of Dremo's control, is that you have to sacrifice glassware for plastic when you are on the patio.

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Photo of dedrinker
3.58/5  rDev -8.9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3

First of all, this place is on its last legs - it's over and done forever in a few months, so just get here while you can. That said, it is a fairly large bar with many taps and good selection. Maybe they don't always rotate the selection often, but the neighborhood is highly transient and therefore fickle. The beer geek (not beer BRAT) and average Joe will both find something satisfactory to drink here. The atmosphere is college dive and industrial (used to be an Oldsmobile dealership...) so everyone is loose and loud and doing their own thing. There are different seating arrangements for different needs - big groups, foursomes, sixes, and couples. a couple video games, some pool tables. Loud music. The crowd seems to be in their twenties and early/mid 30's. This is a lousy place to bring a first date if you are actually mature and discerning. This is more of a loose watering hole. Food? good, not great - bar food...you get it. Service is hit or miss, but rarely-to-never awful. At the time of this review, for what it's worth, you should just come and check it out, because an era is ending here, and the whole place is getting bulldozed for new condos/office/retail space, and this is an old Arlington landmark from decades past. Few buildings left like this.

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Photo of pieper
4.43/5  rDev +12.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

This place rocks! I heard about it from a few friends and after reading about it in one of Greg Kitsock's articles, I had to check it out. First off, their beer selection on tap is amazine Dogfish, Magic Hat, Delerium Tremens, Lagunita, ...).

Up stairs: Pool tables, foosball, darts... a nice big bar, pleanty of tables and some secluded ones...

Downstairs/outside: This is where the party is at, pool tables, beer pong, darts, big bar with an awesome bartender who knows her beer. tons of 'deck' tables and chairs. and every now and then they dump sand on the floor to give it that beach bar feel.

best thing about the joint? - They only serve beer.

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Photo of Rootdog316
4.2/5  rDev +6.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 3.5

This place is amazing. From Thursday night through Sunday, the outside bar is open throughout the Summer. The bartenders there are all really cool. There are literaly 25+ beers to choose from...I had the Dr Dremo's Redneck Ale the other night...a beer I noticed that is not even listed here on Beeradvocate.com The only dislikes are that there is only one outside bathroom and the line tends to get a little long and the parking situation can be difficult at times. Other then that, the place is one of the best dives in Arlington.

Beers Available:

Abita Purple Haze
Brooklyn Brown Ale
Brooklyn East India Pale Ale
Dremo's Centennial Pale Ale
Dremo's James Brown Ale
Dremo's Redneck Ale
Oxford Hefeweizen
Shiner Bock
Tuppers Hop Pocket
Yuengling Lager
Dogfish head 60 minute IPA
Magic Hat #9
Pilsner Urquell
Smuttynose Brown Ale
Smuttynose Porter
Spaten Lager
Victory Hop Devil IPA
Avery IPA
Bear Republic Racer 5 IPA
Bell's Oberon Wheat
Bell's Two Hearted Ale
Flying Dog Old Scratch Amber
Lagunitas IPA
Left Hand Black Jack Porter
Left Hand JuJu Ginger
Woodchuck Amber Cider

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Photo of Lambstrong
3.84/5  rDev -2.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4

One thing I'll say, it nice that this location stuck with beer. It used to house a brew pub/movie beer hall back in the day whose beers ranged from ok to terrible. I think I saw "Fast Times" back in 1999. Anyway, the atmosphere is still the same; young with a mixture of yuppies, former frat boys and people trying to fit into the alternative click. Great for people watching to say the least. It has also kept its dingy dirty look.

They do have a nice tap list with Delerium displayed prominantly along with the pink elephants. The thing about this place is that you don't ever plan your night around going here, you just sort of end up there impromtu like. And that really is the draw of the place.

I am glad it's still around as all the other dives in the Clarendon/Court House area have either been turned into something upscale or converted into million dollar condos. There's something to be said about diversity.

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Photo of stereosforgeeks
3.95/5  rDev +0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

I've been to Dremo's a couple of times now and it has always been a good time.

The atmosphere is nice and relaxed. In fact the place itself is almost dive-y, but in a good way. This is a perfect place to get a couple of pitchers of good beer and play some games (which include shuffleboard, pool and darts). There are even beer pong tables if one so desires.

The selection includes: Smutty Nose, Brooklyn, Old Dominion, Dr. Dremo's brews, Stone, Rogue, etc. Last night I enjoyed some Brooklyn Chocolate Stout, Delirium Tremens, and Troegenator.

The bartender was friendly and helpful with some of my non-beer drinker friends who wanted to be adventurous.

Happy hour was not packed at all. On the weekends when I have gone it has been busy, but not rediculously so.

The food while not bad was nothing to write home about.

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Photo of jjboesen
4.35/5  rDev +10.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

A hidden gem outside of Washington DC (20 Minutes by Metro), Dr. Dremo's is an atmospheric, non-pretentious, pool hall-cum-beer bar with decent Happy Hour specials, live music and other events; with 30+ taps that hook you in. During my recent Oktoberfest visitation, I enjoyed: Spaten Oktoberfest, Hofbrau Oktoberfest, Brooklyn East IPA and a full, malty Smuttynose Porter. A few advisories: 1. They open at 5pm; 2. There are rumors that they may close, a victim of greedy developers buying them out. (Where's Shane when we need him?) UPDATE (3/5/07): Dr. Dremo's location has been purchased by the aforementioned greedy developer, who plans to raze the site for condos - of course, we always need more condos, don't we? According to their website, they are looking for a new location.

UPDATE - 1/27/08 - Dremo's has closed - but hopefully rise again.

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Photo of alysmith4
3/5  rDev -23.7%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 2 | selection: 4 | food: 3

There are something like 30 different kinds of beer on tap, good ones too. I remember Delerium Tremens, Rogue Dead Guy Ale, Dogfish Head 60min IPA, and Pilsner Urquell. It's easy try all kinds of different ones, as they are not that pricy. And it's fun to order a couple of pitchers and play pool for a few hours.

There are about 16 pool tables, and on different nights they have different "themed" activities. For instance Tuesday is movie night, Wednesday is stand-up comedy, etc.

Another bonus is that they are constantly changing and updating their beer selection, and they always have something seasonal to offer.

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Photo of bruachan
4.03/5  rDev +2.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4

cool. very divey, yet totally hangoutable. spent some quality time outside with friends. crowded but hardly unmanageable. the darts and punching game were very popular and not a minute passed without someone on either. that punchy thing must make them millions

split some pitchers with folks (dead guy, hop pocket, hop devil, blue moon) for good rates. stella was insanely expensive, but i guess it's the prerogative of stella drinkers to shell out the necessary cash for some shitty beer in exchange for their loyalty (to shitty beer)

cool spot...mos def

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Photo of jaluria
3.7/5  rDev -5.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4

Having heard about this place many times before, I finally made it out there on a Saturday evenning and I must say, I had a great time.

All the markings of a dive bar; dirty bathrooms, odd shaped furniture, good tunes, relaxed atmosphere. The main difference being that there were over 30 different beers on-tap including Smutty Nose, Brooklyn, Old Dominion, Dr. Dremo's brews (made by the folks at Shenandoah Brewing Co.), Stone, Rogue, etc. A nice selection, all at reasonable prices. During happy hour every pint is $1 off. More than 1/2 dozen tables located around the bar. Nice views from the windows along the main bar area. Friendly bartender, not so friendly cook. Hardly anyone there between 5 - 8pm on a Saturday, but I'm sure this place gets packed. Just 2-3 blocks over from the Court House metro stop.
The main problem I saw with this place was the fact that they didn't really have any Belgian/German/English selections...almost entirely domestic beers. I do like a nice hefe or bitter or dubbel when I'm out, so I kind of missed that. Otherwise this place is worth checking out.

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Photo of chuckee
3.8/5  rDev -3.3%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Dr. Dremo’s Taphouse boasts ample parking and located just two blocks from the Metro Orange line, Courthouse stop. (Exit the Metro, turn right, go past Boston Market and it’s just a few steps past Taco Bell)

Plus; lots of goodness on tap, good prices, good cheap food, pool tables, huge TV in corner for Winter Olympics or whatever.

Minus; kinda “diveish”, the place used to be a body shop or something, can get a bit smoky.

Overall; cool place to grab a few low priced good beers, if you’re not too squeamish.

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Photo of arguemaniac
4.2/5  rDev +6.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3.5

I’ve been to this place a few times and finally decided to review it. It’s probably one of the better beer bars in Arlington, though I’ll admit I haven’t been to that many. Their tap selection is well-above average and represents a wide variety of breweries, many of them being local, or at least regional. And while the number of foreign taps isn’t quite as impressive they certainly do offer more than just the normal domestic affair, the most notable being a Chimay tap or two (though I suppose that’s becoming more and more common in tap houses these days). And while they did have at least one or two macro offerings, about half of those taps were out; the cool part was that no one seemed to care. I’m afraid I can’t remember too much about their bottle selection, I really never paid that much attention to it seeing as I haven’t managed to shift my focus from their wide variety of taps. The service is always great and the food is, while not exactly gourmet, definitely worth the money. All in all, while it’s not the most mind-blowing tap house around, it’s a place you might want to visit if you’re coming through Arlington, and if you live there, a place you’ll probably frequent from time to time.

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Photo of damjadi
4.63/5  rDev +17.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 3

Since I moved here, I have been willing to endure a long bus ride and two metro lines to get from Northern Silver Spring to get to Dr. Dremo's. Why? Because the beer selection is extensive, and has a lot of stuff difficult to get elsewhere in the DC area. Also, the staff, including Bill (Dr Dremo), make everyone feel at home. And there's a ton of good stuff going on!!!

Tuesdays are dollar beer nights. Dollar beers have included Old Dominion Octoberfest and Burbon Barrel Stout and Mendicino Brewery's Eye of the Hawk. For a BUCK, people. (until 9 pm)
Plus, Tuesday means The Washington Psychotronic Film Society movie night. AWESOME!!!!

There are variable free pool nights, and free stand-up comedy on Wednesday nights.

And despite what a previous poster noted, the beers are mainly $4, which means $3 at happy hour (until 7:30 p.m.) and $9 pitchers.

No pretense, just great beer!

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Photo of meathookjones
4/5  rDev +1.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

The atmosphere here is pretty relaxed with an interesting décor. There are couches and other upholstered furniture set up around tables in small groups. The lighting is a bit dim and there are plenty of pool tables. Food has been good each time I was there and reasonably priced. Service can be a bit slow at times even when sitting at the bar. It seemed like the more crowded the place got the better service we got. There are 36 taps and not much in the way of bottles. The taps seem to be rotating more now than they have in the past which is great. Recently they had Racer X, Clipper City Winter Storm and a few other seasonals on. They have a good amount of house brew as well, which I have yet to try. Well with Racer X on tap can you blame me? The tap selection is pretty varied as far as styles go. For a dive bar with a good beer selection this is a great stop. If they keep getting in new quality beers and have more tasting as they have done recently this could really be a great beer stop. Right now for the area there is not much else in the way of decent beer bars so it gets the job done.

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Photo of ChrisBowers
3.68/5  rDev -6.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 2.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

This is my favorite bar in Arlington. Its by far the most unique and unpretentious place you'll find in the DC area. Set in an old car dealership or garage, its a dive bar in the best sense of the word. The clientelle is young and pretty laid back, no yuppies in here. The decor is sorta industrial with concrete floors and old brewing equipment strewn about. Selection is quite good with about 30 taps pouring everything from IPAs to Belgian imports. Belgians are served in proper glassware, which is a plus. Prices are OK, nothing great but I'd rather pay $5.50 for a Arrogant Bastard here than $5.50 for a SNPA up the street. Bottle selection is non-existant. Food is better than average bar food and is cheap. This place's biggest drawback is the service. The last time I was there the bartenders were horrendous. The girl who was "helping" us could not have been more disinterested and spent most of her time talking to her friend who was sitting at the bar. She didn't know much about the beer either and occasionally when you got her attention she'd act like she was doing you a favor. There's an old guy who works there who's pretty cool, but he's there infrequently. I still love the place though, you just gotta be prepared for the service. I'm sure I also haven't met all the bartenders.

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Photo of AragornUnplugged
3.9/5  rDev -0.8%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I've been around to see several incarnations of this place, allow me to give you a brief history. Before becoming a draft house, the space has been used for car dealerships, auto repair and a few other well-intentioned enterprises not worth mentioning because I can't remember them.

Enter Dr. Dremo, the brewmaster behind the Bardo Brewery. He split his time between his brewing establishment in Amissville, VA and the shop in Arlington, brewing at both places. Dremo's had at least 10 house beers on tap at any one time (usually including some type of seasonal and one of the most 'unique' imperial stouts I've ever had), along with some regional micros. I don't believe there were any national or imported brands at this time. Pool was cheap, the food was bad, the beer was good and that's all that mattered.

Dremo closed down brewing operations, put the place in Amissville on the market and booked it to Australia to avoid paying off the IRS. You can still go out to the place, but no one's there and there's just a bunch of empty casks and disconnected taps. spooky.

Dremo's reopened after a few months of reorganization with house beers being brewed by Shenandoah (in Alexandria, VA) and product suffering. They now have micros and macros on tap, every tuesday you can get $1 pints of a selected beer from 5-9 (selection changes weekly.. good luck) and watch crappy movies from 8-10 or you can hit up the gothic nightclub on wednesdays. All in all, not a horrible place, but not very hip.

Oh, and if you're wondering, yes, the hot bartender chick is still there, and she still defies my every effort of conversation.

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Photo of ManekiNeko
3.63/5  rDev -7.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 2.5

I stopped by this place on a dreary, rainy,and slow Wednesday night. Dr. Dremo's has a bit of history to it. The building has housed numerous incarnations of some oddball concept restaurants. Housed in what used to be a used car dealership, it was first a Thai/Asian restaurant that had a little river of sorts on the bar where your food would float by. That either tanked or just went away and then Dr. Dremo's was born. Dremo's has also gone through a few changes in the years I've been here. The brewer they contracted from used to be the Bardo brewery, located quite aways away in rural Virginia. Then those folks decided to pack it up and move to Australia. So now they use Shenandoah Brewing Company, much to their detriment.

Anyways, this is a spacious bar with a lot of pool tables and places to sit/lounge in. It's mildly grungy. Lots of corrugated metal, a few brewing vessels. It's like about 5 designers with different concepts had a fight in here, but overall it kinda works. The clientale are slightly boho, but not pretentious. And they like their beer, I'd say.

36 beers on tap, and about 6 in bottles. The ones in bottles aren't worth mentioning, but the taps are. Worth noting are Hop Devil, Chimay Cinq Cents, and Arrogant Bastard. Also worth noting, but mostly to avoid (IMHO), are the house beers. They are all pretty much outshone by the others in the lineup. Bardo did a much better job than Shenandoah. They should try and get Dominion to make their stuff, if at all possible. Looks like they do try to rotate seasonals and whatnot in. They had Spaten Octoberfest and Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale when I was there. I imagine some Xmas beers will make their way onto the lineup when those run out.

The service is pretty friendly, seemed to know enough about the beers they had to be of service. Got a seemingly appropriate nod when I ordered the Arrogant Bastard.

The food is so-so. Definitely bar standard fare and quality. The fish and chips I had would be more appropriately described as McFish and Chips. Go to someplace else and eat, then come here.

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Photo of hungryghost
4.2/5  rDev +6.9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Dr. Dremo has roughly thirty beers on tap.
Really good selection, including Chimay, Arrogant Bastard, Tuppers, Hop Devil, Spaten, Rogue, Brooklyn, PBR and five of their own beers contract brewed off site.
The service is always friendly, the food is bar fare but very tasty.
A dozen pool tables (free during happy hour!), darts, foozeball, tv screens.
I like the atmosphere, laid back, pretty hip diverse crowd hangs out here.
Reasonably priced for the area.
I wish it was in DC.

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Photo of Globetrotter
3.94/5  rDev +0.3%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5

I lived about two blocks from here when this place was called Bardo Rodeo. Visiting Dr. Dremo's is a bit depressing, as it ain't no Bardo's. Housed on the top floor of a former car dealership in one of the most popular and prosperous sections of Arlington, Dr. Dremo's is still an experience. It is dark and industrial, with lots of diner-style leather, rickety tables and chairs, something like a dozen pool tables, and a bar that stretches a good 50 feet. They have about twenty taps (down from the 100+ Bardo's had) featuring some of the best local (Tupper's, Wild Goose, Victory) and national (Sierra Nevada, Harpoon) micros. The quality is consistently good. The food menu is very limited. There are better places to drink beer in the immediate vicinity, but there's nothing quite like Dr. Dremo's.

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Photo of Riggo
3.34/5  rDev -15%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3 | service: 3 | selection: 4

Since moving from New York about six months ago (where I was spoiled on bars like d.b.a and Blind Tiger Alehouse) I have been somewhat disappointed in the beer bar situation in the Arlington area. I have been to Dr. Dremo's a handful of times and certainly the most impressive thing is their tap list. I've seen Anderson Valley, Victory, Young's, and Stone beers on tap there. The big catch is that often when you ask for one of these beers they are out of it. I don't know if they ever had it or what. Their bottled beer is immaterial - only a few Heinekens, Buds, etc.

In general, though the atmosphere is laid back and pretty cool (the space used to be a car dealership, I think) and the tap list enticing, there is a question mark (to my mind) regarding the consistency, reliability, and quality of the taps. This place has alot of potential, I just worry about how serious they are about their "product".

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Dr. Dremo's Taphouse in Arlington, VA
Place rating: 3.93 out of 5 with 24 ratings
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