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The buzz: Brunch and brews are the attraction at this trendy North Park pub.
The food: This is first and foremost a brewery, so we’d be remiss if we didn’t begin with head brewer Chris Gillogly’s outstanding variety of beers including Mexican dark and light lagers, pale ales, West Coast and hazy IPAs, hard seltzers, and collaborations. And lest you think that such an ambitious beer menu means basic brewpub bites, you’ll find hearty, house-made beef chili, short rib street tacos, and a spicy buttermilk fried chicken sandwich available all day, with mussels and frites, adobo baby back ribs, and a flatiron steak with fries and chimichurri on the dinner menu.
The cost: Pints of beer, cider and hard seltzer run $6-8, small plates are $4-18, sandwiches, burgers and flatbreads run $10-16, entrees go for $8-$20.