The incredibly generic name - and equally lackluster interior - do not do this place justice. The food here is actually very tasty, and they serve one of the better burgers you’ll find within a five-mile radius. It looks and tastes like the version of a backyard barbecue burger every dad wishes they could make. Their super-crispy brussels sprouts are also really good, and they have a decent breakfast selection too with smoothies, pancakes, and an acai bowl. The food is truly the only reason to come here, but it’s still a pretty good reason.
Craft Food & Beer is permanently closed.
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