240 Vernon St.
Roseville, CA 95678 916-786-6665
Brewing equipment, exposed red brick, natural wood and burlap sacks displaying a cadre of malt logos all contribute to the casual and warm vibe at this old-world-Europe-meets-industro-hip restaurant and brewery in downtown Roseville. Tuck into elevated pub fare, such as white wine, butter and garlic moules frites, chewy house-made pretzel bites, the ever-popular burger (with three different cuts of beef ground in-house on a brioche bun), or the supple house-made bratwurst (a mild blend of pork and spices). And that brewing equipment isn’t just for show—it outputs about 10 beers (including the Bière Blanche, a Belgian wheat featuring coriander and orange peel, which won its category at the West Coast Invitational in Sacramento last May). Catch a glimpse of the brewing process via the three open-top fermentation tanks by the vibrant bar or snuggle up on the sofa with a classic read from Monk’s Cellar’s communal bookcase and take a vow of silence (with a refreshing sip of saison).
Offering: Outdoor Seating