Love the atmosphere and food. The grass fed burgers were excellent. We loved the cheese curds and truffle fries as starters. A lot of seating inside and out. There is a nice selection of beers.
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Had a fabulous Sunday afternoon experience at this charming little place in Seminole Heights. The beer selection is large and varied and the bartenders are extremely knowledgeable. We had a great time sampling a few and then enjoyed our choices tremendously. I️ had an OMG...More
First issue, my wife's goat tacos came out about 10 minutes before my burger, so she waited while her food got cold and the server provided some lame excuse as to why that happened. My truffles fries were over cooked and small fragmented pieces. The...More
From the out side it might seem a little scary but inside it is delightful. Very cute bar with great beer and delicious outside the box food. Staff was friendly and informative.I like the order at the counter-you don't have to wait to get a...More
The pace has a very welcoming atmosphere and is very inviting. You will feel at home as soon as you enter and want to make this place a regular stop. They have a great selection of local Craft beers on tap, Mead and bottled beer....More
I've been here a few times and like it less each time. The place has some good beers on tap. They make you order at the bar and it creates mass confusion. There are so many people waiting to order and the staff seems to...More
+ Lots of seating + Chill employees + Big, varied menu of beers + Really funny menu both of beer and food - Burnt/super hard bread on grilled cheese - Felt like I had 80% bread to 20% filling, couldn't taste too much - Truffle...More
Unique locally sourced food with a diverse array of local beers. Food was a little far from fairly priced, but well worth being good with the beer and company.
Stopped here for a burger and a beer with a friend. The burger was grass fed beef and the truffle fries were quite good. Nice selection of beers as well.
The Mermaid Tavern, located centrally on Nebraska Ave, and Sligh, main attractions are wine and craft beer. Both selections are extensive and good. However, the food does not disappoint. The hummus platter has pita bread and roasted vegetables, and other selections make this 'wine cellar'...More