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Big Dog's Bar and Grill

For the longest time my fiance had been raving about the home brewed root beer from Big Dog's Bar and Grill and wanted to take me there. This is the only root beer he'll drink! So I went with him to see for myself how awesome this drink was...

Their home brewed root beer was so smooth, I enjoyed it :)

We ate a nice dinner too. Their food was better than I expected! I had the HOLY COW! REUBEN- Corned beef, slowly cooked with their Holy Cow! Original Pale Ale, sliced and served on grilled rye with hot sauerkraut, Swiss cheese & 1000 Island:

Bronsen had BOLD FASHION FISH AND CHIPS - Traditional battered Icelandic Cod, fried golden brown and served with homemade tartar sauce, lemon wedge, fresh slaw and fries:

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  1. I love this place :) Bronsen doesn't know what he's missing... their burgers are to die for :)


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