Known for brewing eccentric styles, they’ll offer a kettle soured imperial stout, bourbon/oak infused English Barleywine, and more.
If you’re looking to step out for a bite to eat or drink in Williamsville and the surrounding areas, keep reading.
If you’re thinking about heading out to Pizza Hut because you’re kids have asked one too many times and your thiiiis close to caving, I urge you to stop dead in your tracks and head to Pizza Plant instead.
The space at 5590 Main St. was recently sold and is now being transformed by Joel Schreck into Share Kitchen & Bar Room with plans to open in March 2016
Don’t worry Williamsville, you get a reclaimed wood-filled brewery too.
If you’re a beer fan, a sausage fan, a French fry fan and/or a European style bar fan, you’ll enjoy Moor Pat.
They put as much effort into their food and service as they do their beer list. They have 100 beers on tap.
The food and service at 800 Maple are consistently good and the traffic consistently strong.
The exciting new Moor Pat craft beer bar is offering locals an extensive selection of local and international beers seven days a week.