Prioroity Public House

Review #7

June 4, 2017Public front

I didn’t realize that Priority Public House was the name of this establishment until we decided to go there tonight.  The sign above looks nice and prestigious in this photo, but is faded and very hard to see in real light.  Especially with beer goggles on. I always drove by it seeing a sign for Eats & Drinks. I thought Eats & Drinks was the perfect name too.  You knew exactly what to expect and what you could get there.

Public eats and drinks

Walking in to Eats & Drinks, er, Priority Public House, the sign out front let us know that they mean beer business.

Public sign

Seeing the taps inside made me giddy!

Public tap

Their beer menu was prominent and framed as it should be.  This was something to be proud of!

Public menu

I remember a friend recommending the Lost Abbey, and on the menu it said it was a “Dubbel” which is a fancy German way of saying, “your beer will be small, but double the strength”.

B&B samples


Bottom Line: Priority Public House is the perfect watering hole with upscale bar food.  With organic, grass-fed meat and fresh, locally sourced ingredients, it is worth the price. Come for the burgers which are crispy, juicy and totally worthy.  There is a beer for everyone here and they offer live music many nights of the week. Play Battleship or Connect Four while you wait for your grub.

Author: foodkibbitzer

I love to cook, especially soup, and bake challah. I ride horses, enjoy sarcastic people and am a food snob. I'm busy being mom to my two boys and I play mahj jong.

6 thoughts on “Prioroity Public House”

  1. I cannot read this entire post as it gets cut off early. Curious as to what you thought about it. We took a page from your eat-someplace-new playbook and stopped here for dinner tonight.


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