The pretzel balls with provolone fondue, sweet potato tortelli with shrimp, and the salted caramel pudding!!!
I love this place, but sometimes the service is so slowly...
Their pretzel buns and beer cheese dip are really, really good.
This is not a upscale steakhouse like Morton's where you would expect hefty bill close to 200 bucks for two. While very lively and casual, it does not compromise with the quality of food. A-
Disappointed. Salmon wasn't seasoned and the entire dish was very bland. Pretzel app was awful. Only thing good was the shrimp app and the made in Mexico drink. Wouldn't come here again.
pretzel fondue appetizer superb with a cold one
Turkey sloppy Joe and the sweet potato pasta are must-try menu items.
The pretzels are overrated. Try the ones at Angel's Alehouse instead.
Great seafood, friendly service
Had the oysters, the filet mignon, zucchini fritters, and for dessert a pumpkin cheesecake. Best food I've had in a long while. Everthing was excellent, especially the oysters.
Pork Carnitas and Asparagus
Fun, loud, classy bar fronts the establishment followed by attractive lounge-like seating. Adventurous menu delivers some surprisingly delicious fare. Jambalaya is quite yummy albeit not traditional.
Dinner waiting time is AWFUL. First we waited around 30 minutes for a table and once we got sat, we waited for another 50 min to get our food. They don't even let you call ahead to reserve a table
Surpassed all expectations. Bartender Brian recommend the Jambalaya & Tortellini w/shrimp. My, my, my.
We had to have a quick bite. Food serving was very fast but the burger was just amazing and so juicy. Definitely will come again!
Pretzel and fondue is an absolute must!
The wedge salad was good, as well as the salted caramel pudding
Some eats in downtown Phoenix before hitting the road to the Breaking Bad state
Amazing... Pretzetls and fondue... Just the best!
Fish and chips were amazing!
Everything! Unique interpretation of favorites while stretching the limits into new deliciousness. Highly recommend if you are in the Phoenix area
Sweet potato tortellini is a great mix of sweet and savory.
The Pork Carnitas and the Fish and Chips are superb! I could eat the pork carnitas all day...
The jambalaya can easily feed 2.
Black mussels, pretzel + fondue, and salted carmel pudding.
Try waldorf salad!!!!!
The old old fashioned is excellent.0
Great service! They did gluten free just fine!
The hummas is to die for!
The perfect place in downtown Phoenix to grab a fresh meal and geeky cocktail at a reasonable price! Try the peaches and peppers cocktail and pair it with a salmon kale salad! Yum
Some of the best appetizers in Phoenix, like the soft pretzels with provolone fondue! Great happy hour spot, I also love the artichoke hummus and crispy shrimp.
They have happy hour on saturdays!!! These are the best pretzels I've ever had in my life, super soft and fresh.
The house made pretzels with cheese fondue are simply delicious!! And their local beers on tap offer a nice variety. A great place place to watch any sports game!
Fantastic Happy Hour specials.
Hungry? Come for happy hour for discounted appetizers and cocktails. Order the house soft pretzels and cheese for $5. The cheese is kept warm with a small candle. Oh, and the pretzels are delicious!
Decent food and good service.
The jambalaya was amazing...just like New Orleans! Fun place to eat!!
The jambalaya is excellent, as is the turkey sandwich. The cioppino, while yummy, is not authentic.
Delish I will definitely go back!
Check out the Brews & Banter dinners... next one is August 15th! Enjoy 4 courses with beer pairings from Lumberyard!
Parking downtown can be tricky. Some don't realize that the metered parking downtown shuts off at 5pm. If you're attending an event and getting dinner before, find a meter and you can park for free.
Hummus is a must. I don't consider myself a fan of hummus but the artichoke hummus they serve is amazing. I'd recommend it to anyone.
Ask your server about the charcuterie! The meats and cheeses are all different and full of flavor. If you've never had them, I highly recommend trying some out.
Plan ahead for events. If you're attending a game/concert downtown I recommend making a reservation. The place gets very full and can be hard to get in and out in time if you show up right before.
Save the cheese! If you've been here before you know how great the pretzel and fondue cheese is. Ration the cheese and save it for your entree. It's great with fries especially.