Brewsters serves high quality contemporary pub favourites like burgers, ribs, chicken wings, sandwiches and more. More importantly, Brewers has 16 handcrafted, small batch beers on tap to choose from.
I will start by saying I live just across the street from the Meadowlark Brewsters, and I have gone there many times, hoping that I will make it a habit to have it as my neighborhood pub. However, after giving it so many chances, I realized the place really sucks and made painful decision to avoid it at any cost.
Here is why:
The service is too slow and arrogant. The one item on the menu that seems to attract people are the wings. The rest of the menu is nothing too exciting, your typical pub food, priced too high. Most waitresses are chubby and dressed like sluts in black, which explains why some guys like the place.
The beer is good, I like the Shaughnessey Stout. At the bar, the same story, the bartenders are either stoned the whole time or arrogant, or just plain dumb. During the day the music is pretty dull and very loud. It seems they play some radio station and don't care for what the customers like.
If you go there during lunch it is packed with seniors, as there are many senior condominium complexes around.
They have about 30 tv sets in the place, but almost always they show the same channel. If you ask them to change it on one of the sets, say you wanted to watch the UEFA semi finals instead the golf channel or the billiard, they will either ignore you, or say that the rest of the crowd wants to see the program that they have on now (which they just say even if you are the only person in the area where the tv is), or they will try to get a hold of the manager by phone to ask for permission, which on one occasion took more than half an hour, by which time I finished my beer and decided to order lunch somewhere else.
If you are looking for good food and fun times, don't go there.
There are so many pubs in town of the similar type, that have much better food and service (the twisted kilt, shanks, boston pizza, etc...) that I really don't understand how can these guys stay in business.