I have seriously bad luck trying to order food at music venues. Went to a FANTASTIC show with Beautiful Tuesday and a few other bands playing. They have Rapscallion Honey Ale on tap which was a glorious way to begin my night, but sadly we just waited too long and missed the food cutoff. They were super chill about it and even offered to let us go out, get food, and bring it back to eat there. (We didn't, because that's awkward, but it was a nice offer!) The way the acoustics inside are set up, the music wasn't overwhelming or headache inducing so that was another big plus. I think it would be a marvelous place to have a beer and catch a game sometime.Review Source:
so the main reason that i rarely leave brighton center (and joey's - my second living room), is that i hate dealing with hassles while i'm out drinking. lines/covers, super loud music, college kids, excessive waits to get a drink, nowhere to stand without getting jostled about, dress codes, etc. fuck all that.
but every once in a while you gotta get your drink and your 2 step on. and phoenix landing isn't bad for that.
yes - there's a line. and a cover. but the dress code's reasonable, getting a drink isn't hard, and they have pacifico bottles so we're off to a decent start. it's a good time. i could've gone without the spice girls songs, but you can't have everything.
If you've been to one faux Irish sports bar with soccer on the telly and sports memorabilia on the walls, well, this dump is no different. Â The food is mediocre with a wide selection of moderately priced beers. Â I wasn't even going to bother ordering a Guinness because I knew it was going to blow after dealing with a slow-witted waitress who had difficulty getting our orders right with the worst fake Irish accent this side of the Pond (that's the Atlantic Ocean for those who didn't get the joke). Â We could have walked out without paying for our meal because it took her 30 minutes after we had finished to finally getting the check.Review Source: