One place that locals can call their own and wind down. Like any watering hole, this one has its own distinct vibe and smell. Easy to get overwhelmed by eclectic and cluttered Van Gough replicas and Elvis paraphernalia. Ironic that amongst the tattooed, beer siwggling musicians and weathered older folk that three lovely old ladies serve your brunch with a smile; much better than the c@!p... more
Casual vibe. They are serious about the beer and have a great selection. They a few tasty stout options, which I love. Bartenders care about this and will give you all the details you could ever want.
Patrons vary widely in age and type. A female friend was waiting alone for a few minutes, and she mentioned that she was accosted by 3 different men crudely attempting to initiate conversation.... more
I've been meaning to check this place out forever. I finally got around to going in on a random week night excited to try some interesting beer. There were several people seated at the bar but the place wasn't packed or anything. I stood at the bar for 10 minutes waiting to make a drink order. The bartender was chatting with various people, not pouring drinks, and couldn't be bothered to serve... more
Hadn't been here in a while since we left the area, so we were definitely looking forward to coming back. Have to say I was very disappointed. Beer selection in the fridge is maybe a third of what it once was. The taps weren't much better, still a vast selection but many that seemed too similar. My biggest issue was the bathroom. Absolutely spotless, I'm not even sure how they kept it that... more
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The Only Café serves up lunch, snacks, beer, and more. Brunch is served up on Saturdays and Sundays. It’s probably the only place in the city where you can eat under the watchful eye of the Beatles, Vincent Van Gogh, Marilyn Monroe and Elvis. There are mismatched framed portraits of the famous and not-so-famous covering every inch of the dark green... more