Met customers after work. My first time and I really liked it. Drinks reasonable, appetizers well above average, and staff very friendly. Parking could be an issue if it’s busy. Definitely will return!
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Full bar and about twenty beers on tap, including many local brews. Very reasonably priced for the area with most beers $4-5. It has the coffee house feel, but with better drinks! Friendly staff was helpful and willing to let you sample the beers before...More
Our first visit to Onion Creek Café was for a late Sunday brunch. The visit started off on the wrong step when another customer drove in from the other side and took the parking space that my wife and I were waiting for. Fortunately for...More
We sat outside and enjoyed the evening. I had cappuccino. A large cup with lots of foam. A good taste and flavor. The music was a little loud and it was hard to talk to people across the table or to hear aboutupcoming backpacking ideas.
My son moved to the Heights recently so we've walked to Onion Creek a couple of times. We've always felt safe in the area. The restaurant decor is fun and inviting. They have great drinks & beer choices. I have liked the food every visit...More
Watch out folks for this parking scam. Signage sucks and the phone numbers on the signs are no good. It cost me $220 to get my car out of the tow yard off of Jensen Drive. My daughter and I went next door to eat...More
This is the second time we gathered in this Coffee House and while it suppose to be really hip, the food is just ok. My Brussel Sprouts were $8.00 for a small small bowl with half of it being cauliflower ( on the mane in...More
All of these Onion Creek places always have vagrants close by. The owners also own a trailer park across the street from the Onion Creek place at West Nineteenth Street and Beall. Lots of cars get broken into over there. Avoid Craig Holcomb and his...More