Brew Kettle

★★★★★
41.3493 -81.8215
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440-239-8788

8377 Pearl Rd

Cleveland, OH

44136

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Mon - Thu, 11:30am - midnight; Fri - Sat, 11:30am - 1am; Sun, closed

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I have not had anything I did not like. I don't eat meatloaf in resturant but they have a good one. One place to try you will go back.

6
★★★★★

I have not had anything I did not like. I don't eat meatloaf in resturant but they have a good one. One place to try you will go back.

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My hubby and I just moved to Strongsville and quickly discovered The Brew Kettle as one of our new favorite places to go eat! He's into interesting beer, and there's always something new and satisfying on the beer menu. I also like that they often feature a cider or fruity beer, and the samplers are fun. The food is some of the best bar food I've had. It's not all your typical bar grease-fest. Prices are very, very reasonable for dinners (esp. if you order the specials) -- $7-10 for many items. BBQ, meatloaf, and california fish burrito are some of our favorites. Also make sure to try the potato of the day or the mac & cheese, and the dill-horseradish coleslaw is a treat! The only issue I have is the 1-2 hour wait on a weekend evening, so we usually end up going here during the week.

5
★★★★★

My hubby and I just moved to Strongsville and quickly discovered The Brew Kettle as one of our new favorite places to go eat! He's into interesting beer, and there's always something new and satisfying on the beer menu. I also like that they often feature a cider or fruity beer, and the samplers are fun. The food is some of the best bar food I've had. It's not all your typical bar grease-fest. Prices are very, very reasonable for dinners (esp. if you order the specials) -- $7-10 for many items. BBQ, meatloaf, and california fish burrito are some of our favorites. Also make sure to try the potato of the day or the mac & cheese, and the dill-horseradish coleslaw is a treat! The only issue I have is the 1-2 hour wait on a weekend evening, so we usually end up going here during the week.

Pros: Awesome beer & the best 'bar food' I've had

Cons: Too small

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although i have been a customer for quite sometime, I am continually treated as a second class citizen at the brew kettle. service is sloo and klunky, youngsters are not hustleing and bar keeps arent in a hurry either, the food is not excellant, but it is tasty for bar food, most people like it, but they eat mcdonalds as well. The management does not satisfy customers, in that if customers are loud and talking about a subject not popular to the bartender, they simply throw you out. politics is at the option of the owner, and topics are regulated by staff, regardless of good time had by customers. i would not score this restaurant any higher than 7, due to other better restaurants around with far better beef or pork, such as the inn between on saturday, 2 for one ribs. pacinos happy hour and the mad cactus have excellant servers and generous mixed drinks.. i would score the brew kettle high for beer and varieties of beer, yet thats what they do, food is not what they do, and for just a great burger, on w 130th and 82, the park tavern has great burgers and cold beer. hot serice.. brew kettle is just another well hyped second rate bar and grill,

4
★★★★☆

although i have been a customer for quite sometime, I am continually treated as a second class citizen at the brew kettle. service is sloo and klunky, youngsters are not hustleing and bar keeps arent in a hurry either, the food is not excellant, but it is tasty for bar food, most people like it, but they eat mcdonalds as well. The management does not satisfy customers, in that if customers are loud and talking about a subject not popular to the bartender, they simply throw you out. politics is at the option of the owner, and topics are regulated by staff, regardless of good time had by customers. i would not score this restaurant any higher than 7, due to other better restaurants around with far better beef or pork, such as the inn between on saturday, 2 for one ribs. pacinos happy hour and the mad cactus have excellant servers and generous mixed drinks.. i would score the brew kettle high for beer and varieties of beer, yet thats what they do, food is not what they do, and for just a great burger, on w 130th and 82, the park tavern has great burgers and cold beer. hot serice.. brew kettle is just another well hyped second rate bar and grill,

Pros: some food is great, beer is a tasty treat

Cons: service stinks, servers rude and hateful to clients, parking is fair.

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Dined at this establishment and was pleasantly surprised. The atmosphere was more than acceptable, the food was excellant, and going to a non smoking sports bar is great.

4
★★★★☆

Dined at this establishment and was pleasantly surprised. The atmosphere was more than acceptable, the food was excellant, and going to a non smoking sports bar is great.

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The brew kettle is like no other bar in the Cleveland area. It is completely non-smoking and they don't serve the boring beers such as bud or miller light. All their beers are microbrewed and their own Ringneck brand is out of this world. So if you walk in perplexed by the 20 or so brews, just choose "Copper Head Red". The menu is very good with their specialty in smoked pork, beef and barbecue. Saturday night special is a smoked prime rib. Which is excellent and well worth the price. You won't go hungry with the portion sizes. They also offer Kobe burgers, fish and chips and barbecue spaghetti. Excellent place to dine with friends and not smelling like a dirty ash tray! Highly recommended any night of the week!

5
★★★★★

The brew kettle is like no other bar in the Cleveland area. It is completely non-smoking and they don't serve the boring beers such as bud or miller light. All their beers are microbrewed and their own Ringneck brand is out of this world. So if you walk in perplexed by the 20 or so brews, just choose "Copper Head Red". The menu is very good with their specialty in smoked pork, beef and barbecue. Saturday night special is a smoked prime rib. Which is excellent and well worth the price. You won't go hungry with the portion sizes. They also offer Kobe burgers, fish and chips and barbecue spaghetti. Excellent place to dine with friends and not smelling like a dirty ash tray! Highly recommended any night of the week!

Pros: Micro Brewed Beers, Non-Smoking, Prices