This brewery and restaurant right off of Moreland in L5P is housed in what looks like the home of a Southern aristocrat, but inside it’s basically just a nice neighborhood bar. Wrecking Bar is a great spot to come with a big group and try a bunch of beers, but they also have a pretty diverse menu, with everything from pretzels and fondue to beef cheeks, once you get hungry.
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