Went with a friend for lunch and it was a nice place to visit. It was interesting looking back through the years in the museum and remembering actually owning some of the trays. It was very crowded but we only waited about 20 minutes to be seated. Menu selection was good and no more expensive then anywhere else. Only complaint... 更多
Out of towner, was looking for a place to sample some upstate beers. They were solid, but I was more impressed with the food. Fried pickles were spears which I prefer. Pub sprouts were mustard-mayo Brussels sprouts and were great. Their thick cut BLT is the thickest bacon (1/2") I've seen.
We're not big beer drinkers, it's beer? No big deal, the food was meh. We had a burger and a beef dip. Neither were exceptional. Was looking forward to the kettle chip they serve with them.... Ah they were like regular potato chips. And a pickle spear? My roast beef was tough, over cooked. The burger was greasy. We had... 更多
The $2 flight of premium beers in the Pilot Plant of the Brew House was great. Made our way upstairs after to the Pub and had another couple of great beers and so-so appetizer of Brew House Pretzels with dipping mustard and cheese.
Good food, good beer, great atmosphere fast service all-around very enjoyable visit he only negative were the bartenders in the tasting room with their total lack of personality,but the waitresses serving food more than make up for it and are wonderful.
I love the drinks an apps here. The dinner's were *ok* nothing really special. Nice selection of brews and the pretzel sticks are to die for.
I really didn't know what to expect, but I enjoyed the visit to the Brew House. It was fun to see the old time Genesee ads, and the beer history of Rochester. I also was surprised at the $2 flights to try four beers on tap. It really is a great deal, and after a flight, one could go upstairs... 更多
Stopped in on a Saturday for lunch. Seated quickly with a falls view. Food was great and beer was fresh and cold. Got a growler of IPA to go. Lots of history here. The beer is much better than it was in the 70s. They still have the cheap stuff too, $10 / 30 pack. Can't beat that anywhere.
Took out of town visitors to see the high falls and grab lunch. Very family friendly place and accomodating staff. The downstairs is a store and museum. Many of the exhibits are interactive and very interesting in representing Rochester history...not just the Brewery. They also have a nice sampling area. Oh, the homemade mustard is delicious and available for sale!