Boca Raton, FL 33498
- Sun 11am-8pm, Tue-Thu 11:30am-12am, Fri-Sat 11:30am-2am
- All Major Credit Cards, cash
- Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
- Free, Lot available
New Times Broward-Palm Beach's Description
Beer geeks like to eat too -- and what could possibly pair better with a nice cold brew than a big pile of meat? For said group, this is your spot in Boca Raton. With an ever-changing selection of craft beers that could keep any brew fan busy for months and a menu full of inventive pub grub like bone marrow, tri-tip duck fat burgers, and apple lemon pork sausage to soak it all up, this place could turn any beer naysayer into a full-fledged fan -- unless, of course, you just happen to be a vegetarian. The chilled-out vibe and menu of carnivorous comfort will have you feeling much better by the end, regardless of your current frame of mind.
Tips from foursquare
Ask for Steve, great manager. Best sausage in South Florida. A menu including lamb or duck sausage & bone marrow, you can't loose here. Great tunes, good look and awesome beer list with some rarities
One word: WOW. This place knows what "quality" means. Everything on the menu is so unique, you'll be amazed. The attention to detail is astounding. Our favorite is the Tri-Tip Duck Fat Burger. Mmm...
Tamarind lamb sausage and bacon choco chip cookie...yum.
Best beer bar in the tricounty area. Always lots of rarities. They make all the food in house. The sausage here I'd amazing. If you like spicy food, they have the best Kim chi ever.
Always looks closed... So make sure you go to the door... They're in there.
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