Review: LowDown Brewery + Kitchen is serious about good beer and good times
At LowDown Brewery + Kitchen, the creatively topped pizzas are no laughing matter.
Walk quickly past the fitness facility that shares a building with LowDown Brewery + Kitchen, which opened this winter in the Golden Triangle. You don't come here to eat a big meal. You come to sit at the bar and watch a game. You come to play bean-bag toss on the shaded patio. You come to down a few well-crafted beers and laugh with friends. And you definitely don't come here so that you can go home feeling guilty about what you ate. Instead, you might be feeling very good about what you ate...and drank. Because not only has chef Brendon Flood, a homebrewer from Cape Cod, developed a menu that feels lighter and fresher than most hops-house boards, but many of the dishes -- especially the pizzas -- taste good, too. Read all about it in Gretchen Kurtz's review of LowDown Brewery, now posted on Cafe Society.
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