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Member Reviews (2)
- Atlas BrewingMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Jan 29, 2014
What better way to spend a lazy Sunday than with a Diversey Pale Ale and an order of mussels at Atlas. Come with an appetite so you can order their poutine (made with duck gravy) and finish off with one of their beer and ice cream floats (the tequila lime ice cream in wheat ale is totally worth the $6).
- Atlas BrewingMember ofFoodiesFirst to ReviewAug 30, 2012
what a phenomenal hidden gem.
you walk into a cozy, welcoming bar - dark woods and dim lighting, big chunky furniture...feels good. the staff is super friendly and welcome you as you get comfy.
try a few flights or go big, most of the beers we tried were great! i'm a fan of hoppy, and the hyperion double ipa is quite delish.
the menu is elevated bar food - from mussels to duck confit, you will definitely eat well. everything is affordable and cooked quite well. it's hard not to stay and continue eating and drinking.
if you're a beer person, chat with the staff. perhaps the brewmaster himself will be around and give you a mini tour.
we were there on a random weeknight, but local brewers were around trying each others beer, and the energy was fun and local. before we knew it, we were there for a few hours!
buy a growler on your way out too! they're reasonably priced. even though we'll be back soon.
ah yes, and some must trys for sharing are the parmesan pistachios and watermelon salad - it's grilled, pickled, and filled with goat cheese!