Embassy Craft Beer Bar
Embassy Craft Beer Bar is located at 213 Elizabeth Street in Brisbane, Queensland. It is well positioned within Brisbane’s central district, and it is close to the Queen Street Mall. It’s a great choice if you are looking to meet up with friends for a drink within the city, or if you want to have a quick lunch while you are out shopping. If craft beer is your thing, there is literally no better bar than the Embassy.
The Embassy Craft Beer Bar is a great place for a night out, especially for large groups of friends. It often attracts large crowds of cheerful drinkers, most of whom are in their 20s and 30s. The place is also popular among sports fans thanks to the large TV screens that often show local football matches.
The bar is nicely decorated and it has a somewhat rugged appearance. The chairs are large and comfortable, and the sitting area is well organized and spacious. Although it has a drab and laidback exterior, the inside of the bar has a great vibe. The walls have the classic exposed brick look. The furnishing together with the lighting, give the bar a pleasant ambiance.
Being a craft beer bar, the Embassy naturally has a great selection of local beers on tap. Most of the beers are crafts from local breweries. In fact, the Embassy is the only place in the city where you are guaranteed to find high-quality craft ale on tap at all times. The boutique and craft beers are often switched up so that patrons can have a taste of many different varieties of brews. Some of their popular craft beers include the White Rabbit, the James Squire, the Little Creatures, the Byron Bay and the Stone and Wood. Apart from the craft beers, the Embassy also stocks lots of popular bottled beers, and you are sure to find your favourite brand on any given day. They also have well-mixed cocktails and a decent wine list. If you want a non-alcoholic beverage, you can enjoy some iced tea, coffee, soft drinks, or club soda.
The food at the Embassy Craft Beer Bar is pretty great. The burgers and nachos are popular with most patrons. Although there are lots of decent pub grub options, the bar has a full-fledged restaurant menu and you can enjoy a full course meal alongside you drinks. The barramundi is delicious, and it comes along with a generous serving of salad. The steak is very tasty, and it comes in form of a perfectly cooked beef fillet. They occasionally serve a chicken taco special, which is presented as a soft taco with breaded chicken alongside some lettuce, tomato, avocado slices, salsa sauce, Cajun spices, and some coriander. You can also opt for sandwiches, sliders, beef tacos, or roasted chicken. For fast food, you can opt for Buffalo wings or some chips and salad.
The service at the Embassy Craft Beer Bar is consistently good. The staff is friendly and attentive, and they always get your orders right. The bartenders are very knowledgeable and they make great recommendations for those who are looking to try out new craft beers. If you don’t have company, you can sit at the bar and enjoy some friendly banter with the staff.
If you are looking for some entertainment, the bar often schedules open mic nights, live music events, and screenings of football matches. They often book up and coming stand-up comedians whose acts are always fresh and entertaining. The live music always creates a festive atmosphere at the bar. If you are a jazz or blues fan, you can request some of your favourite tunes. Overall, the Embassy Craft Beer Bar offers lots of food, drinks, and entertainment options, all at an affordable price.
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