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  • Food2.5
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  • Value2.5
  • Ambiance3.5
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Brew Street Craft Kitchen

3224 St. Johns Street
Port Moody, BC V3H2C9
Tel: (604) 492-3883
  • Cuisine: American
  • Price: $$ ($15 - $30)
  • Service: Takeout
  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner, Late night, Weekend brunch
  • Features: Patio, Television
  • Hours: Mon - Fri: 11:30AM - 2AM, Sat - Sun: 10:30AM - 2AM
  • The place boasts of having 50 beers on tap but when we went for dinner there they were out of a lot of the beers they had on the menu. No lagers at all, out of at least 6 of the ales we tried to order so the selection wasn't that great. When we tried ordering food we ran into the same problem, two of the 4 of us had to re-order because they were out of the dish ordered. The one re-order was seafood linguine and that came with chicken in the dish?? Everyone at the table verified that it was indeed chicken and not seafood and when we told the waitress nothing was done to check into it or compensate our dinner for not getting what he ordered.

    The prices were too high for the quality of the food we eventually did get. One order of chicken wings came with 9 pieces which cost over $11.00. Everyone knows how inexpensive chicken wings are so to charge that much for so few is crazy.

    I sent a note to the place telling them of our poor experience and haven't heard a word back from them.

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Enjoyable lunch
By Zeero of delta (13 Reviews)
Submitted Wednesday, July 6, 2016 - 5:43am [Dine in]

I have been in here for lunch a few times. The menu has traditional pub fare but I tend to repeat dishes I really like. I am a fan of their nachos and mac and cheese. The shrimp dumplings with a spicy mustard are also good. The place is spacious and has a lot of tvs. The service was very good.

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Great New Restaurant in PoMo
By portmoodyfoodie of Port Moody BC (1 Review)
Submitted Tuesday, June 23, 2015 - 8:47pm [Dine in]

We were excited to see this restaurant change in Port Moody as it was lacking a modern yet casual fare place to eat. It used to be the old Golden Spike, an old man bar by day and party scene by night with 80's interior. They did a fantastic job with the inside renovations. With stained wood beams, wrought iron fixtures, mood lighting with those old school funky light bulbs, wood tables, comfy booths; it gives off a rustic yet sophisticated style restaurant/bar. Kind of a reno'd Milestone's feel. There are always fresh bouquets of flowers throughout giving it a little extra "ah". It's open, with the top floor having a cozy fireplace, TV's throughout to watch sports and a nice sized bar featuring 50 different beers with local breweries like Yellow Dog and Moody Ales. The food is typical pub fare; calamari, wings, mac and cheese ( add in's available), salads, cheddar ale soup, burgers etc. All very tasty and priced like most pubs. Staff have been friendly on both occasions we have been here. Parking lot is always full since it opened, however we didn't have to wait for seating both times. Although it is kind of a sports bar, kids are welcome. Can get very busy on hockey nights, especially during playoffs so get there early! Overall, I think this is a worthy place to come and grab lunch or dinner with a group friends or family. They also do brunch on weekends!

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Not a Strong Start
Submitted Saturday, March 7, 2015 - 12:13pm [Dine in]

The place boasts of having 50 beers on tap but when we went for dinner there they were out of a lot of the beers they had on the menu. No lagers at all, out of at least 6 of the ales we tried to order so the selection wasn't that great. When we tried ordering food we ran into the same problem, two of the 4 of us had to re-order because they were out of the dish ordered. The one re-order was seafood linguine and that came with chicken in the dish?? Everyone at the table verified that it was indeed chicken and not seafood and when we told the waitress nothing was done to check into it or compensate our dinner for not getting what he ordered.

The prices were too high for the quality of the food we eventually did get. One order of chicken wings came with 9 pieces which cost over $11.00. Everyone knows how inexpensive chicken wings are so to charge that much for so few is crazy.

I sent a note to the place telling them of our poor experience and haven't heard a word back from them.

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