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3 of us stopped in for lunch. App was the bruschetta, which was a perfect fresh loaf topped with perfectly seasoned tomatoes. We then each ordered a different pizza (pepperoni, meat lovers and BBQ Chicken) and shared slices. All were delicious. The crust was thin,...but not overcooked; crispy on bottom and soft on top. Toppings were generous as well. And don’t forget the beers!More
This was our second visit. Great atmosphere, service and food. I ordered the Hawaiian pizza and my hubby had the pulled pork nachos. Our waitress forgot to put my order in but was so apologetic and she put a rush on it...I only wanted maybe...5 more minutes for it (gotta love wood fired pizza). My pizza was very good. Lots of mozzarella and decent toppings considering it was a 9inch. Perfect amount for one person or a little sharing (if you arent too hungry lol). My hubby's nachos were fully loaded with pulled pork with a ton of jalapenos which he ordered extra on. The sauce was the perfect amount and I love that you could taste the smoke flavour even on a plain nacho (if you found one lol). Love the selection of maritime sauces brought to the table to choose from. In the end our waitress took my beer off the tab (not necessary as we weren't unsatisfied but a very nice gesture). We will definitely be back.More
Couldnt find the Pump House Fill Station, so I am reviewing here.
Came here for some Pumphouse beer on the weekend. Great beer, great service. Its quite the popular spot as it was busy.
My wife and I had a club sandwich, a pizza and a Cream Ale. The beer was really good, and brewed on site. The sandwich was good. The flatbread meat pizza was really good. Not to heavy, and a tasty tomato sauce. We ate outside,...it was certainly clean enough. Good attention paid to Covid-19 protocols. We will come back. Recommended.More
We were there on a cold blustery Saturday in march at lunchtime. We enjoyed one of the round booths, our server was very attentive and friendly, we ordered the " croque monsieur" and " the burger that ate moncton", both were delicious, surpassed our expectations,...the poutine was yummy too. Prices were very reasonable, would definitely recommendMore
The service was great. Food was excellent. It is a busy and popular spot any day of the week. If you are looking for quiet and intimate...This is not the place. Beer was great. I really enjoy the blueberry.
I have been here quite a few times "with the guys" after work. It is loud as would be expected in a busy pub with lots of people talking and laughing. The service and food has always been very good - again for a pub.
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99% certain they don’t make cider. Lived in Moncton my whole life and never heard of them doing it. The liquor stores also don’t sell it, and they would since they carry the beer, as well as other ciders made in NB; can’t... More
99% certain they don’t make cider. Lived in Moncton my whole life and never heard of them doing it. The liquor stores also don’t sell it, and they would since they carry the beer, as well as other ciders made in NB; can’t buy it from the pump house either, so I’m not sure by people are telling you to contact the restaurant...
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