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Oblivion Taproom

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5101 E Colonial Drive
Orlando, FL 32828
(407)802-4800

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One of my original blog posts, way back in 2011 was about the all new Oblivion Taproom,  opened up and owned originally by Missy Jahn and Pete Wesenberg. They employed at that time Chef Jim “Goody” Goodman, who now works on the west coast.

Following a short closing in 2016, there was an announcement that Oblivion Taproom would reopen under new ownership of long time patron, Shawn Paris. The past owners of Oblivion announced that they would be closing suddenly at the end of January, that was then followed by news announced a few days later that it would be reopening soon under new ownership.

I've been several times since the change, and figured I would go check them out on a Thursday night with a couple of friends for an official updated review.

Shawn Paris has worked hard to keep the space and the ambiance that made Oblivion unique the same, but has added a few improvements, including added foot rails, new beer lines, and a paired down menu.

Oblivion boasts the Top Prize for Best Pub Grub of 2016 from Orlando Weekly, with a menu that includes over Fifteen different burger creations and either Regular, or Smoked Wings with a selection of over twenty two different seasonings and sauces, including a super secret Sweet sauce crafted from grandpa's family recipe.

The inside is still very spacious with an open dining room that has about fourteen hundred sq ft., that is big enough for any event or party. The decorations are still remnant of when they first opened with skulls and crossbones, and lots of cool but dark artwork, that is perfect for a craft beer and burger bar. Aside of nightly events, they also have five arcade games, two dart boards and a pool table.


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Oblivion prides itself on diversity and that starts with a wide selection of beverages. With over forty rotating taps, one hundred various bottled & canned brews, ten plus meads and five different wines, there is something for everyone. Also new is a selection of thirty five different liquors, as they were strict craft brews only at first opening.
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The Midnight Espresso Porter from Motorworks Brewing was pretty good and a good pick me up too.

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Mac Bites are basically balls of Mac & Cheese deep fried and topped with creamy Alfredo sauce and served with your choice of hot sauce.These were very tasty and gobbled up by our table.

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Although, some of the menu has been scaled back, they still have some crazy and outrageous burgers, like the Godzilla. The Godzilla Burger is a house patty glazed in teriyaki, topped with fried pork belly and a wasabi aioli sauce. Pretty wild, but the flavors worked.

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Beer comes in bottles, cans and on draught at Oblivion. This High Stepper IPA from my favorite craft brewery, Crooked Can was a very good beer with the tots and burgers, but it did take almost 20 minutes to get, because apparently there were no cold ones available.

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The Magic Mushroom Burger is topped with a grilled balsamic portabella. My guest chose the wedges with garlic Parmesan seasoning for a side.

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The Ringer is quite a burger creation as well with a country fried burger topped with house chicken fried bacon, beer cheese sauce, and a mac bite.

Our service was a bit slow, and the canned beer not being ready were a bit of a letdown. Overall we all enjoyed our visit here, but I would be lying if I didn't say, that this visit wasn't overly impressive.

I still really like Oblivion, and wish them well, because the restaurant industry can be brutal, and its good to see a local non chain spot keep fighting the good fight. 

They are always a fun place to grab some really good beers, decent food, and have a fun time just looking around at all the artwork and the vibe they still maintain there.

Throughout the week you can catch various live performances and a Thursday Karaoke Night as well as a Saturday Acoustic Night with both starting at 9:00pm and lasting until Midnight. Oblivion often has lots of themed parties too, for movies, TV shows, and sci fi fanatics alike.

Oblivion Taproom is open Tuesday through Thursday from 4:00pm until 12:00am. They are closed on Monday. Friday and Saturday they are open until 2:00 am, and on Saturday and Sunday, they serve brunch from 11:00 am until 2:00pm.



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Orange County Brewers

131 N Orange Ave.
Orlando, FL 32801
(407) 914-2831
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If you remember, back in March I told you that “Something exciting is brewing in Downtown Orlando", as Orange County Brewers was getting set up to be new residents in Downtown Orlando.

Now, OCB as I like to call it, is fully open and brewing some pretty damn good beers in Orlando’s only downtown craft brewery.

The idea of Orange County Brewers arose from a team of rogue entrepreneurs looking to solve a problem: Finding craft beer in Downtown Orlando with brews that quench their thirst for unique flavors in a welcoming Sunshine State atmosphere.

Drawing from over a decade of success in owning and operating hospitality hot spots, the group quickly came up with a concept that celebrates an adventurous spirit with brews fit for fueling an active Florida lifestyle, brainstorming a new big idea, and exploring everything in between.

Located on the corner of Orange Avenue and Jefferson Street, the 3,400 square-foot full service brewery/brew pub is brewing a variety of different styles of beer, including Ales, Lagers, Pilsner, Stouts, IPA’s, Hefeweizen and Porters, plus they also feature a craft pizza kitchen called “Orlando Pizza and Wing Co.”

Behind the brewery is Head Brewer Amanda Roberts, joined by Owners Jeremy Roberts and Travis Barr, who have been putting together the Orange County Brewers (OCB) concept for over two years. They have both been in the hospitality industry for over 10 years and combined have owned and operated over 10 concepts.

Inside the brewery is a modern and industrial design that features exposed brick walls, an open design with dark wood accents, long tables with group interior seating and outdoor seating via patios in the front and rear of the establishment.

Artwork abounds inside as well with decorative painting on the walls, hand made beer flight holders and some really cool artwork on the ceiling.

“We are very excited to finally open our new concept, which we’ve been working on for the last few years,” says Owner Jeremy Roberts. “OCB is the only brewery in the Downtown Entertainment District. We are very grateful to the City of Orlando Economic Development for working with us on this project, and we look forward to welcoming beer lovers and creating many new ones throughout the region.”

While Amanda is busy brewing beers, the food is handled by Orlando Pizza and Wing Company. They serve up a variety of pizza’s, fresh baked sandwiches using the pie crust for the bread, and some very good smoked wings with a large variety of sauces.


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Whether you’re raising a beer to a bold experience or experimental business, OCB has a brew for you in mind. The bar is very open and inviting and a current on taps list is displayed on an LED screen above, as well as a daily printed out list available at each seat.

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Some behind the scenes looks at the brewery.

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Here we can see some of Amanda’s latest creations getting ready to be served … Like Son of a Witch… a special Halloween IPA brew.

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A beer flight with Green Tea IPA, Coco-mon Porter, Dankster of Love, The Go To Blonde Ale, and a Key Lime Chameleon Cream.

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Here's another flight of awesome beers at Orange County Brewers with Grapefruit Pale Ale, OB'Session IPA, 81 IPA, Ginga Beat Saizon, and a Percolator Coffee Milk Stout. The coffee milk stout is dangerous and so good all at once.

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The Smoked Wings available from Orlando Pizza and Wing Company are super jumbo, and super delicious.

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At OCB and Orlando Pizza and Wing Company, you can Choose from over 20 specialty pies or create a topping recipe of your own. This is the Tree Hugger Pie with fresh Mozzarella, tomatoes, artichoke hearts, olives, goat cheese and crunchy onion straws.

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The Area 51 Pie features spicy sausage, ham, pineapple and jalapenos.

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The Joey Bada Bing is a bit more simple in design, with meatballs, sausage and pepperoni.

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Orange County Brewers is open for lunch and into the night hours daily. They offer tours, and Brewer-in-Chief Amanda Roberts plans multiple group activities each week that will involve education for anyone who would like to learn more about beer. OCB beers will also be distributed via City Beverages. 

This is a really cool spot, and so far the only brewery in the downtown district. The beers made here are flavorful and really hit all the flavor notes with a nice variety. Stop by sometime time and say hello to Amanda and the staff at OCB.
For more news and information on OCB, visit www.theocbrewers.com and www.facebook.com/orangecountybrewers.


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Teak Maitland

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901 S Orlando Ave.
Maitland, FL 32751
(407) 335-4835
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Have you been to the all new Teak Neighborhood Grill recently? I sure have and I can tell you it was great.

This is the official second location for Teak. The original location is situated in the Hampton's living complex in the Metrowest community of Southwest Orlando.

They have been steadily growing a reputation for not only gigantic and delicious burgers but also for their award-winning cuisine and laid back dining atmosphere.

Since opening its doors in April of 2010, Teak has specialized in hand-crafted burgers, craft beers and cocktails, using fresh, local and organic ingredients in every dish. The newest location for Teak is aiming to do the same thing in a different part of town.

The space the new restaurant is in was formerly occupied by Rangetsu. Once you walk inside Teak, it’s pretty hard to believe that an upscale Asian restaurant formerly occupied this space. They pretty much re-did everything, even down to the floors, which are polished concrete for a good down home neighborhood bar and grill feeling.

I was pretty impressed with the layout and design of the place. It is certainly different and much larger than the original location, but they did a great job of recreating the environment from the original location. Just like the original, they are even tucked into The Village at Lake Lilly apartments, as the original location is located in the Hampton's living complex in the Metrowest community.

With the help of Executive Chef Matthew Reed, Teak has taken the gourmet burger scene in Orlando to a whole other level. Those burgers are becoming famous amongst the local dining community as well, with Teak having earned“Best Burger,” “Top 10 Burger Joint,” a “Must Do” in Central Florida and countless other recognitions.

Visitors of Teak can choose from one of their 25 signature hand-crafted burgers like the Cronie Burger, which is a French doughnut tossed in Cinnamon and sugar loaded with beef and bacon or a PB&J Burger. Insiders get even more original and tasty options, with Teak’s password-only secret burger menu.

While it may be hard not to order one of those crazy good burgers at Teak, they do have a large selection of other dishes. Other offerings include, edamame, salads, steaks, ribs, flat breads, an eggplant burger, and fish tacos to name a few. The bar and cocktail menu has plenty to offer as well with over 30 craft beers on hand and gourmet cocktails plus a wine selection.

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One of three bars inside Teak Maitland.

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Yes, they even have a dedicated wine bar at the new location.

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A traditional mule with Stoli on the left and a mule with Sailor Jerry on the right.

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The Fresh Fried Mozzarella Rounds are always delicious and a favorite of mine at Teak.

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How about these Loaded Pierogies? They were so good tossed in sour cream, chive and Sriracha Alfredo sauce with bacon and topped with frizzled onions.

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Two spicy cocktails on deck... the Cool Sewell on the left features muddled cucumber and jalapenos with Luna Azul Blanca Tequila and the Spicy Pineapple on the right is made with Tanteo Jalapeno infused Tequila and pineapple juice.
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In addition to great burgers, Teak serves up some awesome sandwiches too, like the " Hot Dead Animal Club" with sliced ham, turkey, pulled pork, and crispy bacon topped with melted Swiss cheese, lettuce and tomato on a brioche bun with herb mayo.

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The Philly Burger is on the secret menu, and features a fresh ground beef patty topped with sauteed onions and peppers and is covered in melted Swiss cheese. We had the Onion Rings for a side with this one.

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The Engine Oil Burger at Teak Maitland has sauteed peppers and onions, imperial stout glaze, fried egg, crispy potato strings and Swiss cheese on a pretzel bun. The side of Scalloped Potatoes are pretty awesome. You can get fries, tots, scalloped potatoes, or onion rings for a side with any burger or sandwich option.

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Although, I wanted the Ultimate Cronie, a fried croissant dessert, The Chocolate Lava Cake was a very good substitute, since they were out of the delicious cronie treat. This was a very rich and delicious treat filled with chocolaty goodness and topped with whipped cream and ice cream.

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In addition to all of that, Teak has plenty of HD TV's and a very nice covered patio. The atmosphere here is laid back and playful, especially if you are there for trivia night, and some nights also feature a live musician. There is plenty of seating inside, but the outside patio is also very nice with adequate seating and relaxing lighting with a few TV’s

I can tell you we really enjoyed our time there, and all of the burgers and food we tasted were superb. We sampled a total of three burgers, two appetizers and split a dessert, along with some great cocktails and a few craft brews.

The newest location of Teak is pretty remarkable and they have done a wonderful job of keeping the neighborhood grill and bar vibe at the new spot. If you are in the area, check them out. You will not regret it. They do tend to get packed on the weekends, so plan accordingly.

The Maitland location is open from Monday to Friday from 11:00am until 2:00am. On Saturday and Sunday, they open at 10:00am and close at 2:00am.

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Craftober in Tampa Bay

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It’s always “hoppy” hour during Craftober in Tampa Bay.

Beer. Bier. Cerveza. Pivo – however you say it, it’s “ale” good during Craftober, Tampa Bay’s month-long celebration of the area’s nationally recognized craft brewing scene put on by the folks at Visit Tampa Bay.


Starting October 1, visitors can experience beer festivals, special offers and events at local breweries in Florida’s hub for craft brewing.

A free Craftober passport opens the way to great deals at participating breweries and events, such as Oktoberfest Tampa. Participating breweries have exclusive offers for passport holders like:

Cigar City Brewing: A growler for the price of a pint.

Six Ten Brewing: A free beer and a collectible glass.

Four Stacks Brewing Company: BOGO free beer, as well as a tasting glass, sticker, and coasters.

Coppertail Brewing Company: A branded hat.

Brew Bus Brewing: One free beer.

Rock Brothers Brewing: $1 off your first beer.

Ulele: Purchase a beer from the in-house brewery at the riverfront bar.

Oktoberfest Tampa: $10 off VIP admission.

But wait, there’s more: Craftober passport holders who get six or more stamps are eligible to receive a $15 gift card at the new Unlock Tampa Bay Visitors Center and a special Craftober gift bag.

“Great beer is as much a part of Tampa Bay as sunshine, sparkling water, and hand-rolled cigars,” said Santiago Corrada, president and CEO of Visit Tampa Bay. 

“Tampa Bay regularly tops the country’s list of best craft beer communities. Our dedicated, creative brewers are part of a tradition that goes back 120 years. In addition to that, September and October are a gorgeous time to be here – especially if you’re sipping a cool craft brew.”

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Tampa Bay knows beer: Florida’s first commercial brewery was established in Ybor City in 1896. World-famous Busch Gardens Tampa Bay opened as a beer garden in 1956. And America’s oldest brewery, Yuengling, has its only facility outside Pennsylvania here in Tampa Bay.

This Fall, discover your daring in Tampa Bay, the top beer town in the Southeast. While you’re at it, check out some of Tampa Bay’s biggest beer festivals:

-Brews by the Bay (October 13)
Sample dozens of craft beers in the soothing, blue atmosphere of the Florida Aquarium. Enjoy food, bottomless beers, and live music as you stroll the exhibits. Tickets are $50 in advance, $60 at the door, and $75 for VIP.

-Oktoberfest Tampa (October 13-15)
Celebrate Oktoberfest Tampa with dancing, cheer, and lots of beer in downtown’s Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park. Experience German traditions such as alphorn players, Schuplatt dancers, authentic Bavarian food, and outrageous Oktoberfest games! There’s even a mustache and beard contest for those with a fuzzy lip or chin. Advance tickets are $8 for a one-day pass and $20 for weekend admission. Craftober passport holders receive $10 off VIP admission.

-Ybor Oktoberfest Pub Crawl (October 21)
Ten bars throughout historic Ybor City, including local legends Coppertail Brewing and Rock Brothers Brewing, will join the German-themed fun with beer, food, and music. Tickets are $25 in advance and $35 the day of the event.

Get your passport and experience the best from Florida’s hub for craft brewing

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The Parkview



136 S Park Ave.
Winter Park, FL 32789
(407) 647-9103
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Downtown Winter Park has been known as a foodie destination for quite some time, and it's quite the popular spot for Winter Park Locals.

With restaurants like Luma and Prato with local celebrity chef Brandon McGlamery, The Coop by John Rivers and a host of other great restaurants that fill up the area, one is sure to find something great to eat.

The Parkview once upon a time was known as Eola Wine Company, which was a cool place to grab a glass of your favorite wine, or sample something new, but offered nothing in the way of food. Back in 2015 Eola Wine Company was sold, and the the location occupying 136 S. Park Avenue turned into The Parkview.

Chef Brad Holmes is the current executive chef, and he is doing everything in his power to make sure The Parkview gets its place on the map as an official destination for the cool kids and foodies alike that visit Winter Park.

Everything here is made using only the finest and freshest ingredients possible, when they are available. Chef Brad is also making sure all of his assistants know the menu inside and out, because he is very big on quality and consistency, and that's a really good thing.

The menu here has a big focus on small bites and bar fare, because after all, wine and food go hand in hand. Items like Baked Brie, Baked Gnocchi, Beer Cheese & Pretzels, Confit Chicken Wings, and a truly amazing Truffle Mac & Cheese are great items to enjoy while sampling a flight of wine, or enjoying one of the many specialty craft beers available.

The Confit Duck, Pulled Pork and the Roasted Artichoke crostini’s are enough to share, or simply enjoy it all to yourself. Charcuterie Boards and a variety of fresh salads are also plentiful here with assorted meats accompanied with local jam, house cured olives, chef’s butter, grapes, sweet pickled peppers, caper berries and walnuts, and a variety of fresh greens used in the salads.

If you require a more complete meal, Chef Brad and The Parkview have you covered there also, with a nice selection of chef’s specials and a flatbread selection that will leave you full and satisfied. Items like Braised Short Rib Wellington, Fresh Catch en Papillote, Roasted Lamb, Roasted Bone Marrow, Thai Curry Mussels and a Confit Duck flatbread are wonderfully delicious and wholesome meals to cure your dinner cravings.


The Birdwatcher is a wine flight of crisp white wines featuring wines from Montinore Estate, Font-Mars, Terranoble, and Pazo das Bruxas. If you are not sure what you want, or like, The Parkview has a good selection of flights to choose from. If wine is not your thing, they have an incredible craft beer selection too.

Spring Salad was light and refreshing and features field greens, poached pear, dried cherries, smoked bleu cheese, candied walnuts and a champagne vinaigrette.

The Roasted Artichoke Crostini is pretty outstanding with roasted artichokes, red pepper pesto, pickled red onions, arugula and Manchego cheese.

Truffle Mac & Cheese is quite a popular dish at a lot of restaurants these days, but the one served up at The Parkview is quite spectacular. This is made with smoked Gouda cheese, Crimini mushrooms, Parmesan, Truffle oil and bread crumbs. This is a great dish to share at the table, but one bite into it, and you may try to put it all away yourself.

Aside of being beautifully presented, the Roasted Lamb is herb crusted and served with sauteed olives, roasted red peppers, artichoke and spinach, Tzatziki sauce and chili oil for a slight touch of heat on the end.

The Fresh Catch en Papillote is a classic French style of cooking in a parchment packet that features fresh fish of the day, and this day it was fresh Yellowtail cooked with crab butter, summer squash, zucchini slaw, lemon and herbs and served along side roasted potatoes, and green bean almandine. This is a very traditional dish, and the flavor was nothing short of extraordinary.

Chocolate Mousse with bacon cookies was an off the menu special dessert and it was a wonderful ending to our time at The Parkview.


The Parkview still has an incredible selection of wines in its current form, but now they also have an incredible selection of food and craft beers.

Since the the transition from Eola Wine Company, they have had a couple of head chefs come through the doors and pretty much build a menu from scratch with a very small kitchen that only has the bare necessities.

When you consider this, and the quality of food and wine here, this place is pretty amazing, and Chef Brad is doing an excellent job of adding yet another great dining option to the historic Winter Park area.

The Parkview is open on Sunday to Wednesday from 11 am to 12 am, and from Thursday to Saturday from 11 am to 1:45 am. They serve food late here and they also have a really good weekend brunch and happy hour specials with Tuesday Trivia.


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Tin & Taco

40 W Washington St. 
Orlando, FL 32801
(407) 425-4340
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Say hello to one of Downtown Orlando’s newest restaurants, and quite possibly the newest hot spot in the area.

Tin & Taco is the all new custom and craft taco bar on Washington Street in Downtown Orlando serving up craft tacos and craft beer.

This space used to be occupied by a place called “What's Your Beef” that was a deli with breakfast and lunch options. Tin & Taco offers tacos, chips and salsa, queso, canned craft beers and craft soda from Stubborn Soda on the fountain tap.

Everything on the menu is available as a taco, a burrito, a bowl or a salad... and for your late night drinking excursions, you can even get your menu selection put into a bag of Doritos. In Mexico they call that Dorilocos, and it’s quite the Mexican street food craze.

Rob Bair was a former part owner of Gringos Locos. He had the idea to start Tin & Taco as a more “grown up” version of Gringos with a focus on quality eats and craft beers that are good anytime of the day, not just after you have had way too much to drink.

The name comes from a basic idea: Tin = Craft beer served in cans only, and Tacos = Tacos.

I have been twice, and my assistant at Tastes of Orlando (Katie Hinton) and my wife, who both work downtown have practically made T&T their go to restaurant for lunch. So far, it’s been nothing short of awesome.

A look at the beer cooler full of craft beers from local breweries, like my favorite, Crooked Can, to more commonly known craft beers like Lagunitas and DogFish Head.

Chips and house made salsa with a side of Beer Cheese Queso. T & T makes a different queso every week using various beers from the cooler.

I tried the Boom Boom in burrito form for my first visit. The Boom Boom is certified Angus ground beef, pico de gallo, potato sticks, spicy boom boom sauce and rice. If you get this as a bowl, it is served over shredded lettuce. Very fun to eat and very tasty.

The Chick Magnet in bowl form features shredded chicken, pico de gallo, shredded jack and cheddar cheese, cotija cheese, cilantro garlic sauce and is served atop shredded lettuce and rice. Really great flavors all around.

Craft beer, out of Tin cans = Tin & Taco

The Tacosaurus on the left is full of ground beef, lettuce, jack and cheddar cheese, pico de gallo, cotija cheese, and most importantly Crushed Doritos. On the right is the Hail Caesar with chicken, Applewood smoked bacon, potato sticks, Parmesan cheese and Caesar dressing. What's not to like?

B-O-B taco on the left with chicken, Applewood smoked bacon, pico de gallo and homemade ranch. Notorious P.IG. on the right is made with slow & low braised pork, craft beer queso, spicy boom boom sauce, salsa and cotija cheese. Both were exceptionally delicious. All taco tortillas at T&T are first covered in cheese, then grilled just enough to make a cheesy crunchy crust.

The food here is not only delicious, but it's fun to eat in a cool atmosphere. Yes, this place is very small with a limited amount of seating, so depending on what time you come here, you may be sitting at a communal table, or your best bet may be to get your food to go.

The food comes out in a timely fashion and the staff here is always on top of things and can help answer any questions you may have about the menu. They are always changing the beer queso and adding new specialty tacos throughout the month, so stop by sometime soon and have a burrito, a bowl, a taco, or just get it all put into a bag of Doritos.

Tin & Taco is open from Monday to Thursday from 11:00 am until 9:00 pm, while staying open late on Fridays to 3:00 am. Saturday hours are from 6:00 pm till 3:00 am and they are closed on Sunday.

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