Citysearch Editorial Review.
Casual, loud and generally approachable, the newest branch of this chain micro-brewery is a safe bet for groups and out-of-towners. Colorful paintings and exposed brick give the space a homey charm; ample private party space is a boon for company get-togethers and birthday celebrations. The menu offers the usual pub assortment of nachos, quesadillas, burgers, ribs and pasta dishes. Most are fine if not particularly dazzling. The rotating list of beers is the real draw. At any given time there are five house beers to choose from, including a lager, a red ale and an oatmeal stout, as well as two or three seasonal brews.