Local brewery and grill. 11 at our table, 9 different meals, pasta, sandwiches, pizza, salads, all served hot under 1/2 hr. Recommended for us and recommended for you to go. Second visit, we all got the Carnivore.
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Stopped in after dinner for a craft beer. Sat at the small bar and ordered a dopple bock. Beer was great and reasonably priced. Server was very friendly as were the other guests at the bar.
Going through on our way south. We love historical buildings with character and a story. This was a good place to eat, drink and relax.
This is the only micro-brewery in Pocatello, so there are always lots of things going on there. But be aware that if they're busy it takes a long time to get your food. The food, however, is generally good. I'm not a big fan of...More
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We were on a multi-state road trip, and usually look for the local craft brewery. Found this one hidden away in an industrial area in a neat old building of some kind. Not very busy for a Friday night, I thought. Greeted and seated by...More
The food was pretty good. I had the curry chicken and enjoyed it. Had a couple of decent beers (imperial lager). In an industrial part of town which upped the charm. Had a decent live act that wasn't too loud. The layout of the place...More
Stopped here on the way through town. This brewery has a long history, 21 years to be exact. Met the owner Penny. The building is old and quaint. Love that they support live music.
We were passing through Pocatello and always make a point of visiting locally owned brew pubs when we travel when possible. Portneuf Valley Brewing is located in a industrial part of town so be aware. We had side salads, beer and pizza and had a...More