A lively place to have a beer with a beer hall vibe. I went on a Tuesday night and almost all the tables were full. The beer options were good, I didn't try the food and the service was sketchy but that seems to be the norm in BA.
We were recommended to this place by hotel staff. We were tired after arriving in B.A after our flight from Australia & just wanted something light before retiring. This is a craft brew place and serve beers, wine and meals as well as tapas. We had a couple of beers each and 4 tapas dishes to share. The tapas was... 更多
We managed to get a table after a short wait, There was a live band playing some awesome tunes, we ordered beers and bar snacks. Kinda american-y food but after a long time away from home and sampling local cultures, was great to kick back with great beers and junky foods. Had some great beers on draft. Service was pretty... 更多
The best thing about the place was the service and the happy hour from 7-8. However, it's overpriced given the quality of the food and beer. We ordered squid rings (rabas) with alioli which was disappointing, as the squid rings didn't all have breadcrumbs, and the mayo was made with olive oil, which doesn't taste good. We didn't rate the... 更多
Great beer, friendly staff, excellent service, reasonable food. As a craft beer fan I was most impressed and this became our local during our 5 day stay
One of my favourite beers of Buenos Aires. Is a fun comfy place to meet friends. Everybody shold try all the beer, to get the one that fits better for taste. Not the best place for dining, but good options of finger foods. The french fries with cheese and bacon, is a must! :D
The place it´s huge, impersonal and has no vibe or interaction. The beer cost between U$5,5 and 6,50, the most expensive of all Buenos Aires. I took 4 pintas (all night) and I felt ill, the same happened to my friend with another varierty of beer. NEVER AGAIN