I wasn't expecting much from a an Ale House restaurant but I was pleasantly surprised. We like it so much we ate here twice. Excellent crab cakes and a great ale selection.
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We often come here before our bowling league which is in the bowling alley down the road. Beer is great, friendly service and the food is good too. Love the fish tacos and the salmon sandwich!
The variety of beers is the primary feature of this well-known micro-brewery. The food, however, was no great shakes. Went for dinner this time and had a better experience there the last time for lunch.
Was worried about the long line but we were seated very quickly . Beer was good food was pretty good, I would go back again. The only negative was the noise level, and being seated by a door the air was constantly changing ...
I headed to the Dogfish Head as I'm British and fancied a proper 'pint'!! The server was very helpful and the ale was great. The food was also good. Worth a visit if you like to drink proper beer!
A traditional ale-house atmosphere with a good selection of pub-grub. Went for the trio and chips. Battered fish but somewhat dry. Excellent fresh coleslaw. Well-cooked chips. Convenient free parking out front.
Went for our friend's birthday lunch and had an amazing time. The food was good, although we had to wait a while but nobody seemed to mind, since we were all busy enjoying their beers (I loved their Namaste btw!) Food portions are good, fairly...More
I think we all know (at least us that regularly drink the finer beers) that Dogfish Head makes beer. Well, turns out they also make excellent food. In fact, I think the food they serve at this location is better than their beer. Try the...More
Nice diverse crowd, good food done casually. Great beers of their own brewing. OUtdoor seating with umbellas makes a sunny day an outdoor treat.