The only one of the four new breweries and taprooms that serves food is Atlas Brewing Company, where the menu proved to be the proverbial mixed bag. Both appetizers we tried were failures. The pork rillettes on toast were overcooked, greasy and flavorless -- an impressive trio of forgettable.
The grilled artichoke, also on toast, tasted mostly like the mustard beneath the artichokes, and it wasn't even interesting mustard. Now for the good: Though the mussels (prepared with bourbon, chunks of bacon and shallots) arrived lukewarm at best, they were well-cooked and nicely flavored. The pizza, a cracker-thin crunchy crust topped with fresh mozzarella and hearty amounts of Italian sausage and roasted red pepper, was ideal bar food. The chicken sandwich was fresh and tender. Though there were elements that needed fixing, I left with the thought that I would gladly return on a cold day for a pizza and pint of stout.
Neither Solemn Oath nor the Revolution Tap Room serve food, but both encourage drinkers to arrive with food or have it delivered.
— Josh Noel