In its modern but warm room, The Bimini serves 24 craft beers on draft, cocktails designed to impress enthusiasts and win over those new to cocktail culture, and modern pub fare from interesting seasonal menus using only organic, locally sourced products.
What a brutal place to try and have a good time with a handful of girlfriends. First it's a $12 cover & the door man said it was for a DJ. I don't mind paying cover, but don't tell customer is for a DJ that doesn't even know how to play. His mixer was too loud so the music sounded distorted through the bar. Then the bartenders charge different prices for the same drink, one charged $8.75 for a... more
Donnelly is always a hit or miss. The service here is notoriously horrible. Food is always meh, drink specials are good.
We were in the area for a concert and getting our food recs exclusively from locals.
Normally if you go into a place, order a beer and pretzels, and ask for a recommendation the staff would be snippy about it. Not so with Bimini, Danielle was happy to ask around for a good dumpling rec even while providing us with stellar service. She was so engaging with us, making a point to have a real... more
The Bimini Public House offers a lavish ambience with television screens and mood lighting where guests can enjoy more than 20 varieties of craft beers and novel cocktails, complemented by delicious bar snacks. Its furniture is made from old wood infusing a nostalgic feel to the pub. The menu features a weekly special cocktail and brunch items. Typical dishes include Shrimp Dumplings, New York... more
Named after the Bimini Islands in the Bahamas, Bimini’s first opened its doors in 1974 after being granted the Province’s first Neighborhood Pub license. The busy bar was quickly embraced by the post Summer of Love-era hippie locals; environmental agency Greenpeace’s head office was across the street, and many of their radical plots were hatched in strategy meetings over pints at Bim’s.