Brewer's Alley Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 124 N Market St

    Frederick, MD 21701

    Cross street: Around Town

    Map & Directions
  • 301-631-0089

About Brewer's Alley Restaurant

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Hours
Sun 12pm-11:30pm, Mon-Tue 11:30am-11:30pm, Wed-Thu 11:30am-12am, Fri-Sat 11:30am-1:30am

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Would you believe I've never eaten a thing at Brewer's? That's because I go there, simply, for the beer! The selection is exquisite and educated. They also offer some of the most wonderful and ecclectic live entertainment to be found upstairs. Beautiful building, smart and diverse performers, great beer - I just can't ask for anything more.

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Would you believe I've never eaten a thing at Brewer's? That's because I go there, simply, for the beer! The selection is exquisite and educated. They also offer some of the most wonderful and ecclectic live entertainment to be found upstairs. Beautiful building, smart and diverse performers, great beer - I just can't ask for anything more.

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i love this place, they have a great outdoor patio (not dog friendly but that's not their fault) and an awesome bar area, plus the restaurant. In the summer they have a Blueberry Wheat beer, which is my favorite.

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i love this place, they have a great outdoor patio (not dog friendly but that's not their fault) and an awesome bar area, plus the restaurant. In the summer they have a Blueberry Wheat beer, which is my favorite.

Pros: they make their own beer!

Cons: patio is not dog friendly

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Last year we went to breakfast with Santa at Brewer's Alley. Nice buffet with good food, but the wait staff wasn't very quick. We were half way through our meal before we got our drinks. Could have been that they were under staffed that morning, but that was our first time there and it didn't leave a great taste in my mouth. Worth checking out a 2nd time.

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Last year we went to breakfast with Santa at Brewer's Alley. Nice buffet with good food, but the wait staff wasn't very quick. We were half way through our meal before we got our drinks. Could have been that they were under staffed that morning, but that was our first time there and it didn't leave a great taste in my mouth. Worth checking out a 2nd time.

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Just writing this review makes me want to go eat some mac n cheese! I love Brewer's Alley. I think it has a great ambiance, as well as good food. The first time I went I had the best steak in my life. The next time, I ordered the same steak but it had a different sauce and so I didn't like it, so they cooked me a new one. Great accomodation for that! I also LOVE their desserts.. they are so great! I highly suggest Brewer's Alley.

5
★★★★★

Just writing this review makes me want to go eat some mac n cheese! I love Brewer's Alley. I think it has a great ambiance, as well as good food. The first time I went I had the best steak in my life. The next time, I ordered the same steak but it had a different sauce and so I didn't like it, so they cooked me a new one. Great accomodation for that! I also LOVE their desserts.. they are so great! I highly suggest Brewer's Alley.

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Brewer's Alley has outstanding India Pale Ale, Kolsh, and Oatmeal Stout brewed on premises, and their happy hours provide excellent appetizers and the best price for the best pint I've seen this side of the Atlantic.

For the cuisine, stick to the straightforward -- the good pizzas from the wood-fire oven, the "knife & fork" (yup, you really can't eat it by hand, though that's mostly because of the thickness of the bun) burger, the cedar-planked salmon. The specials, and too many of the regular dishes on the menu, are too clogged with modifiers, things that seem vaguely like "a cilantro-and-black-bean-encrusted Chilean sea bass filet, served over a bed of basil and truffle with tangerine-infused cous-cous, with mango vanilla beurre blanc and a coconut salsa."

I made that dish up, but you get the idea: this is a place that doesn't know when to quit, and the culinary experiements are far more experimental than they are well-executed or satisfying. The bottom line is that Brewer's Alley is a wonderful pub with excellent pub grub. Order something that seems more than that, and you're bound to be disappointed; stick to the pub fare, and you're bound to be both impressed and pleased

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★★★★★

Brewer's Alley has outstanding India Pale Ale, Kolsh, and Oatmeal Stout brewed on premises, and their happy hours provide excellent appetizers and the best price for the best pint I've seen this side of the Atlantic.

For the cuisine, stick to the straightforward -- the good pizzas from the wood-fire oven, the "knife & fork" (yup, you really can't eat it by hand, though that's mostly because of the thickness of the bun) burger, the cedar-planked salmon. The specials, and too many of the regular dishes on the menu, are too clogged with modifiers, things that seem vaguely like "a cilantro-and-black-bean-encrusted Chilean sea bass filet, served over a bed of basil and truffle with tangerine-infused cous-cous, with mango vanilla beurre blanc and a coconut salsa."

I made that dish up, but you get the idea: this is a place that doesn't know when to quit, and the culinary experiements are far more experimental than they are well-executed or satisfying. The bottom line is that Brewer's Alley is a wonderful pub with excellent pub grub. Order something that seems more than that, and you're bound to be disappointed; stick to the pub fare, and you're bound to be both impressed and pleased

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Brewers Alley has a special place in my heart, as it should, considering that the food and beer is so good. You must try the beer sampler, which is not some wussy shot glass display- no, you get six 6 oz glasses of beer of your choice. The Wedding Alt (a seasonal) is a personal favorite. And the food is very good too, though we have had some disappointments (dont try the osso buco).

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★★★★☆

Brewers Alley has a special place in my heart, as it should, considering that the food and beer is so good. You must try the beer sampler, which is not some wussy shot glass display- no, you get six 6 oz glasses of beer of your choice. The Wedding Alt (a seasonal) is a personal favorite. And the food is very good too, though we have had some disappointments (dont try the osso buco).

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