Cartesian Brewing


This brewery is directly across from Geno’s Steaks and Pat’s, and we feel it deserves a bigger draw than either of those two spots. Cartesian has plenty of seating for you, your coworkers, and maybe even a few friends, and they usually have almost a dozen beers that range from hazy pale ales, forged stouts, and sweet and fruity saisons. They only serve light snacks inside like chips and dip, but they do have a melony IPA that has that tastes like a liquid fruit salad.

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