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242 W. 7th St. (Chestnut St.) Send to Phone

Lunch & Dinner Tues.-Sun.
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Vine Park Brewery Restaurant Review

: If you're thinking about grabbing a burger and a beer before the wild game, go to Vine Park Brewery. If you're thinking about grabbing a cider-cured, blue cheese-stuffed pork chop and a beer before the game, Vine Park is also your place. Trying to capture the best of both worlds is what Vine Park aims to do. Their atmosphere rides the line between traditional brewpub, bare brick walls and dark woods, and an upscale café with Chihuly-inspired blown glass lighting above the bar. Whether you're heading to a sporting event, or a show at the Ordway, you can snuggle up to the tangy beer cheese soup or go for the earthy duck chili. One sure thing is that you'll want to wash it down with some of the excellent brews made on the premises. For $5 you can get a sampler flight of five different beers, and use your own tasting skills to determine the best. Do try the Eelpout Stout if you are a Guinness lover. Before you rush off, you'll want to try the bottle cap-shaped chocolate cake that is a satisfying end to any meal.


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