TERRIBLE. This place was truly awful. It isnt even near anything so that if you go, and you realize how awful it is, there isn't any place nearby to go to so that the night isnt a complete waste.
Citysearch Editorial Review. If you find yourself taken aback by the dingy neighborhood that surrounds this down-low hipster/student bar, don’t be: things don’t get any less dark or grungy once you get inside the two-story roadhouse. But if you’re a true beer lover – and if you’re venturing to this out-of-the-way dive, you probably are – all memories of picking through garbage on the way in will vanish As. Soon. As. You. See. Those. Taps. In a suds-rich city where even some of the most creative beer joints can draw yawns, the rarity and depth of some of these kegs is practically unrivaled. Craft-beer obsessed co-owner Heather DeRussy says she gets such astonishing selections because her distributor’s salespeople like her. Or maybe it’s because they can hide out for hours drinking and eating homemade breakfast and other comfort foods all day and no one will ever think to look for them there.
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