This fun and lively spot is perfect for entertaining friends or unwinding after work. With eight different brews in their vats at all times, you are ... More
Big River Grille and Brewing Works
This fun and lively spot is perfect for entertaining friends or unwinding after work. With eight different brews in their vats at all times, you are sure to find a flavor and body to suit your taste here. From the light Sweet Magnolia to the stout and hearty Iron Horse Dark, you will find micro-brewed nirvana. Pints are $3-$5 depending on the brew. Should you get hungry from lifting all those mugs, there is a complete lunch and dinner menu that rivals any in town. Entrees range from simple burgers and sandwiches to the thick and juicy Drunken Rib-eye ($10.95), a 12-ounce rib-eye marinated in beer and served with veggies and a baked potato.
We went to eat here on our vacation last weekend and it was great. Loved the atmosphere and the food was awsome. The steaks were cooked just right, i had the mac and shrimp and my mother-inlaw had the catfish. The service was great also. Should have went back Saturday night. Will definitely go back again.
yesterday we order two steak and we are not so satisfied for this food we pay expensive food but this steak are really not so good hard and very very dry, not juicy we are not happy for that.....other food is ok but for grille not.....
A friend and I stopped in last January for an early dinner and drinks. We were seated promptly and had great service. As it turned out, the food was great also, and for that reason we'll be returning next week. It really was a fun experience ... see you soon!
F & G
Our large family went to celebrate the monthly birthdays. There was only one other table that was occupied. Our waitress was more concerned with standing around talking and cutting up with the group of other wait staff right off the end of our table than in waiting on us. They were so loud that we couldn't hear the family at the other end of the table when they spoke. When the staff did work they vacuumed right around our table and under it even though there was a very large room to work in with very few occupents. We sat there waiting for two hours without getting our food and were getting up to go eat elsewhere before the waitress agreed to get our food. When she brought it, it was cold and didn't taste very good. When we asked to speak to the manager, we were told the manager wasn't on the premises. The waitress waited until we were getting up to leave before asking if we wanted drink refills. By that time we had sat through most of our meal without drinks. We were there for two hours and forty-five minutes all told. We were all very disappointed and we have not gone back since.
7/7/09 Arrived around 8:15pm. Service was slow and unattentive. Ate the Mahi Mahi and felt I got hooked! Very small portion for such a high price ($18.50) and over cooked. Server was more interested in cleaning the tables and floors around us than serving us. Didn't fill Tea glass until we were ready to pay bill and then gave me sweet instead of unsweet. Waitress was very forgetful. Told manager of my experience when I left. He acted as if he could care less. I won't be back. Good Luck with your visit!
Friday night's dinner marked probably our 10th dinner here. Yes, could say that we are regulars. Why do we like it? It's big, it's loud, it's busy and crowded. But that givers the place a lot of energy. Yet, we always seem to get a booth, and one that's quiet enough to chat. My wife and I usually are alone nowadays but in years past our kids would join us. No problem at all taking kids to this place.
Despite the high traffic, the kitchen does well to turn out competent dishes. My usuals range from Fish Tacos and Jambalaya, to Shrimp and Grits. We also usually get the Southwestern Egg Rolls for an appetizer. So far, the food has always been consistent.
Beers. Normally, I do stouts at brew houses. Their Iron Horse is good. A bit of an aftertaste but nothing to worry about. This time, on the recommendation of the waiter, I did the Vienna Lager, do go along with my Fish Tacos. The guy was right. The beer was very good and went well with the fish.
For desert, we've recently developed a bad habit of ordering the carrot cake to go, and take it back to our hotel. Makes for a nice way to end the evening.
(If you stay at the Marriott Residence Inn, ask for the 10 percent off coupon to the restaurant when you check in.)
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