Triple Rock Brewing Co. is really three bars in one. If you’re the kind of person who likes to drink beers surrounded by old wood and leather booths, you can sit at the main bar. If you’re with a group of people who are about to do some serious day drinking, the second room has long picnic tables in a modern beer hall setting with TVs and a shuffleboard table. If it’s a nice day outside, and you prefer drinking on a rooftop, they have an open-air space upstairs that feels like a private escape. The beer they brew is great, and if you plan to stay all day, they have a full bar menu of things like artichoke dip, loaded fries, and a blue rock burger with blue cheese and caramelized onions.
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