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Our Review Breakdown:
We came to Burnside Brewing on a Friday night for happy hour. FYI, there is no happy hour on Friday or Saturday night. Oh well. No worries, because honestly, we thoroughly enjoyed the atmosphere of this east side brewpub: good music, mood lighting, local art displayed on the walls, open-air ceiling, large cozy booths, hops hanging from the beams, and plenty of bar and tabletop seating making this a great hangout. Since it wasn’t happy hour, we split a grilled cheese with fries – excellent. One small downfall…only one of us liked their beer. Full bar available with a great selection of top shelf scotch, bourbons and vodkas to remedy this situation.
The Bottom Line: 8, 2oz tastes $8.95 + 1 Grilled Cheese w/fries $11 = $19.95
The Little Things:
- Clean bathrooms
- Small parking lot
- Street parking difficult due to other establishments near by (Doug Fir, Farm, Le Pigeon…)
This would not be our first choice for having a beer, but we like the space, so it’s worth checking out.
Review Date: 3/2012
Price range: $$$
Reviewed By: Kevin, Kim
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