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Amazing. Although I throw that word around a lot on this blog, I wholeheartedly had wonderful time here. The food was great and the beers, exceptional.

Iron Hill Brewery is a brewery first and a restaurant second. All the beers are brewed in house and you could tell from drinking the beers. When asked for our drinks, I immediately ordered the 8 beer sampler which included all the house beers and 2 seasonal beers. The house beers were the Iron Hill Light Lager, Vienna Red Lager, Ironbound Ale, Abbey Dubbel, Pig Iron Porter, and the Raspberry Wheat. The seasonal beers I selected were Hefeweizen and the India Black Ale. The colors, aromas, and taste of the beer were all exceptional and had a great time drinking and trying all the different kinds.

Although they have a huge selection of food, we came a bit late so the menu changed after 10 PM. We had to select from the late night menu which consisted of upscale bar food, which we were okay with. Our appetizer was the buttermilk fried calamari which was very crispy and worked very well with lime zest dipping sauce.

Cindy had the Mediterranean Wrap which consisted of cucumbers, hummus, roasted red peppers, tomato, arugula, feta, and balsamic syrup in a spinach wrap. Very tasty and the cool cucumbers pops in your mouth for a very nice contrast to the other textures.

Finally, the Exotic Mushroom Pizza was hearth baked with truffle oil, sun-dried tomatoes, asiago, and mozzarella cheese. Very cheesy and earthy from the truffles on the pizza. Was hesitant in ordering a vegetarian pizza but was completely satisfied with my decision after the first bite.

If not for the food, please go for the beers!

124 East Kings Highway
Maple Shade, NJ 08052
856-273-0300

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After the Williamsburg pool party concert, we wanted to eat somewhere quick and new. We stumbled upon a vegetarian cafe of all places to chow down on some organic wholesome goodness. I was not really nervous about eating at such an establishment because I worked at a vegetarian restaurant before, so I knew what to expect.

Cindy ordered the Bliss Bowl which consisted of cauliflower, yam, tofu, kale, brocolli, beans, red onions seasoned with a side of organic brown rice and lemon tahini miso dressing. I had the Black Bean Burrito which had soy cheese, sweet potato, soy based sour cream, and tomatoes with a side of organic brown rice and a salad.

It was quite delicious. Although the pictures of the food make it kind of look like rabbit food, you would have to taste it to believe it. If you are not a fan of vegetarian food, please try so anyways. You won’t be disappointed!

191 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211
718-599-2547

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