November 30th, 1999 12:00 am HENRY STERN | Food Reviews & Stories

Drink 2009


This pub is all about comfort: Live music every night in a setting that feels like a really cool basement, with an exposed brick wall, cracked leather bar stools, jeans-wearing clientele and pinot gris served in a regular glass if you feel compelled to order wine. Beer is the ticket here, with a nice selection of 17 drafts, including $4.25 pints of German pilsner, a Butt Crack Brown from the Klamath Basin and local offerings such as the Laurelwood Tree Hugger Porter.
What to drink: A pint of Terminal Gravity IPA, $4.25.
Happy hour: $2 PBR and $3.50 microbrews, 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday.
Entertainment: Live music, pool, pinball.

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