While both of the salads we got were good, the brew cheese appetizer was amazing. It's served with bread that you dip like a fondue and then also some carrots and pickles. I'll come back again and only order that for my lunch.
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Joined a colleague for a casual dinner here and this place was solid. Good beer selection with rotating brews, all made in house. The place was busy when we arrived but we were still able to get a table by the bar. Service is great....More
First time visit to Hoppers on what should have been a busy Saturday evening. Typically when I walk into a restaurant on a weekend, especially in the evening it's usually teaming with lots of customers. Not so much in this case. The host was curt...More
My friend and I were promptly seated and asked our drink order. The surprise came with the entree of Halibut Fish and Chips. I fancy myself an amateur fish connoisseur. Having sampled fish from Alaska to Mexico, Washington to Maine. This was by far one...More
From being greeted at the front door by a young man holding the door open for us to enter the establishment, to the amazing waitress taking our orders, great food, clean, great atmosphere, we could not ask for anything more. Simply the best.
We have visited Hoppers for brunch on numerous occasions. After this morning, I'm not sure if i'll ever go back. We arrived around 10:00 am, They weren't very busy, with many tables available. We were seated right away, but never saw our server for over...More
Stopped by Hoppers for Sunday brunch, on the way home from church. We could see from outside that it looked busy, so decided on a whim to eat here. Great find! We were seated without a wait. Our server was friendly and took good care...More
This is a fun restaurant to meet up with old friends. The food and brewed beer were yummy. A bit noisy due to the acoustics but otherwise good. I would go back.