Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Stephen Starr auf Deutsch

Stephen Starr steals ideas from NYC again...his beer garden, Frankford Hall, opens today (saw it at FooBooz, so go read it there).

It's about time we got a beer garden, dammit. (Ummm...as Craig pointed out in comments, there's a beer garden at Memphis Taproom now. And I've been there, and you should go too. I feel dopey. Sorry, Brendan!)

9 comments:

Craig said...

Lew, why are you, of all people, disrepecting Spanky and his latest out-of-doors addition to the Memphis Tap Room? The beer garden at the MTR has been open for nearly a month now ...
And, to Herr Starr, I say willkommen! Bring out the mugs.

Lew Bryson said...

Whoops!
I could bobble this one, and do the Internet "you misunderstood me" dance...but I just screwed up. And you know, I was just there last week. Thanks, and apologies to Brendan and Leigh: I'll fix that!

Marc said...

What about Bube's?

Lew Bryson said...

Bube's is great; I did mean the 5-county area down here where I am. It's confusing to me, too.

Pete LaVerghetta said...

Damn, even Scoats has a beer garden at Hop Angel. On the Philly/Montco border!

Lew Bryson said...

Well, yeah, but...the size of the thing, Pete! It's more like a beer windowbox. To be fair, that's really the case at Memphis, too. Starr's is a hell of a lot bigger. Had to be said.

Anonymous said...

Hulmeville?

Syllogism said...

Hey to be fair Otto's has a beer garden in Horsham Willow Grove and has for a long time.

Lew Bryson said...

Hulmeville's isn't open yet! Opens Saturday, just before The End Of The World.

Otto's, on the other hand...yeah, I blew that one. Crap. And that's a real garden, and I've been there, more than once. My daughter's right, my brain has holes in it.