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Posted by Bobby on 06/28/2014
Deep Ellum is an eclectic pub with a neighborhood bar kind of feel to it. It reminds me of a small Brittish pub with a hint of metro-chic. The food is sensational and if the weather is is nice, I highly recommend sitting outside on the enclosed deck. Deep Ellum is known for their unusually tasty cocktails, but they also have an exceptional brew selection to satisfy any palate. The place gets a bit lively on weekend nights, but it's a top spot for lunch, brunch or an afternoon drink. Definitely check this place out.
Posted by Beerman on 02/21/2008
This place is perfect for anyone who enjoys great beer or cocktails. The food is terrific and fits in perfectly for anyone looking to munch on something while they have a drink or sit down for a nice meal. I highly suggest checking this place out if you have any interest in beer, as the staff is very well educated in the flavors of each that they have on tap or in bottles. Cannot wait to go back.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/29/2007
this delightful little watering hole boasts many beers that are hard to find elsewhere in boston, including a rotating beer on cask. plus, it has the knowledgeable staff to give pairings of beer with food or suggest new drinks to satisfy your palate. the prices are a little on the expensive side, but they try to use local and organic products whenever they are available and it shows in the tasty selection of food. brunch is my favorite time to go because the menu items are fantastic and the ruby pearl margarita enlivens any hungover person to face another day. however, if you are looking for a more boisterous scene, it seems that friday and saturday nights are your best bet to enjoy loud music and a packed bar.
Posted by Calvin on 05/22/2007
Went on a Friday night and the place was crowded but we found a table to have some dinner. The tables are completely in the dark, so reading a menu is impossible. So was the art of conversation as the stereo was so loud that it drowned out any voice. My date asked our server if the music could be turned down and she replied, "We've been arguing with the owner about the volume all night!" Our cocktail order was screwed up but it was too loud to try to explain so I gave up. It was a sign of things to come and I wish we would have left after the drinks. For dinner I ordered the so-called Gubbins or Grubbins which our server recommended. It was supposed to be chunks of white fish on a potato medallion covered in breading and fried. What arrived at the table were two huge blobs that looked like cow pies. The "breading" turned out to be sage stuffing which didn't work at all and there was almost no whitefish - it was all sage stuffing and potato. The painful level of the music and terrible food drove us out of there for good.
Posted by The boy on 04/13/2007
So I just stumbled upon this place the other night and went in with a group of 5 or 6 to see what there was to offer. What we found was a great beer selection and a relaxed atmosphere that really took the edge off... On those night where you just want a place to kick back and not have the bass shaking your drink like a T-Rex this is the place to be. Of note are the drink ingrediants (all made on site) and the delicious soft pretzels (served warm with spicy mustard). All in all, I think this place is awesome and deserves a look.
Posted by Morbidiqua on 03/16/2007
Went there last night in a group of 4. It is a little pricey but very good and fun. Great beer selection. Better service and extremely knowledgable.