High end vibe, down to earth charm.
Awesome place to hang out in Columbia Heights --with the communal bar space upstairs and the 'booth brews' downstairs. Don't think I know of any other place that has booths with pour-your-own beer taps outfitted in the center of the tables with computerized measurements sent to the bar as you go! Loved meeting up with friends and packing a booth with 7+ people! Great destination to hang out on your own or meet up with a group of friends. AND they have pool! Fab addition to the neighborhood.
A descent addition to the neighborhood.
Overall, a welcome addition to Columbia Heights. The beers are good, especially the Dogfish Head Pastina on draught. When the weather's nice they roll back the garage doors on the main floor and it has a west coast, brew pub feel.
Downstairs is fine -- a bit loud with the concrete walls and an awkward, underutilized space to the right of the bar.
Definitely fun for a beer after work and a dinner with friends. Hopefully they find ways to improve the space
Citysearch Editorial Review.
This hopping neighborhood gathering spot is known for its American craft brews and traditional, simple cuisine. Crowds gather at the street-level bar’s long communal table for beers and menu items such as beer-battered fried catfish, chicken wings and mac and cheese. The dark basement-level bar has more of a pool hall feel with shuffleboard, multiple pool tables and the establishment's biggest attraction: six-person booths with self-serve taps. Leave a credit card with the server to turn on the tap and then practice pouring pints after digitally selecting which of the many beers to try first.