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Against the Grain
Posted by Jillian on 12/15/2012
Had the special ale. Definitely going to try the brewery again sometime.
Posted by Anna on 04/01/2012
Against the Grain was closed for a private party, but Grape and Grain had the same menu and was serving all the craft beer also, so we ate there. Loved the atmosphere -- dark, not too loud, busy but not crowded (on a Saturday night). The food was delicious -- we shared the chicken sandwich and several small plates (most of which were hardly "small") and a bottle of delicious Tempranillo, and finished off with the chocolate torte. The food was plentiful, completely reasonable and just delicious. The staff was very nice and helpful and didn't rush us at all (we were there over two hours). Absolutely going back.
Posted by guy down the block on 01/01/2010
i've been here a few times and always had a good time, but i went the other night and had a beer called 'flower power' and ohhhhhhh man, it was so good. I will definitely be back to power up!
Posted by clintonstgirl on 06/23/2007
one of my favorite places in the city to get craft beer....they have some unusual stuff, worth the trip.
Posted by e.v.s. on 06/07/2007
ugh. this "fahncy" wine bar is exactly what has gone wrong with this, my longtime neighborhood. replace an adorable coffee/web hangout with a wine bar only open at night, catering to a totally out of sync with the hood clientele. food is hasty and boring, wine selection i guess is ok but the place is exactly what went wrong with the fancying up of the east village. boo.
Posted by anonymous on 02/09/2007
I checked this place out because I love Grape and Grain - and expected it simply to be a smaller version of the original. I was more than pleasantly surprised that this place has a somewhat different, and equally amazing menu and an outstanding beer menu. Check out the beer steamed cockles and their version of pigs in a blanket - you won't be disappointed!
Posted by Guy down the block on 01/17/2007
I live down the street and went in to check the place out with a couple of friends. It gets crowded on the weekends because the place is pretty small but the beer is GREAT! Check out the rochefort 8 and the old engine oil. Good place for a small group. Oh, good music too.