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Posted by awss on 02/17/2007
Excellent fries and lots of condiments to play with. The free spicy popcorn was a nice surprise. The only downfall was the horrible 1999-ish cheezy music!! The beer selection was awesome - lots of random beers and specials. yummo
Posted by Shaolin on 09/07/2006
Just started a new job around the corner and was in the mood for some ribs and popped into the Ale House for lunch. Half rack was meaty, BBQ was pretty good, and the mashed potatoes were awesome. Little pricey for the average lunch; about $20 with tip, but definitely worth the trip. I'll be going back without a doubt.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/23/2006
I've been here a couple times - the food is pretty good if you're looking for late night grease. The wings and pulled pork are definitely tastey. The drawback is the service is very poor. The last time we were there, our waitress took our order 5 times, and we never recieved any food or any drinks. We waited there for about 45 minutes and still nothing (our waitress didn't mind standing by the bar and talking to the bartender though).
Posted by Nachos on 04/07/2006
Like I said, best nachos you can get....I am a regular here, as their weekly specials for food and for beer are amazing.....most of the menu is excellent , and great value as well...can't be beat as far as comfortable bar food with a cajun/southwestern twist that is eclectic and innovative at the same time...
Posted by Summer on 02/19/2006
The french onion soup.....yum!!! The salad wonderful. I eat here like 4 times a week. -No joke.
Posted by Nathan's Mom on 11/01/2005
Best bar food in this city and on the planet! I have eaten at the Waterfront Ale House too many times to count and have never walked away unhappy. Their homemade hot sause will knock your socks off. The french dip sandwich is the best ever! Enjoy!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/30/2005
This place is just amazing. The food is always a different spin on what you might expect, and the place is full of ever changing delicious micro brews. What they sell there for 5 dollars a pint, costs me 8 dollars at the supermarket for a 22oz bottle!