Coffee Eugene, My New Favorite Beer

February 1st, 2013 · 1 Comment



At Revolution Brewing, Eugene Porter has become my go-to beer. It’s dark and flavorful, but not heavy, and I love the taste of it. On my third visit to the brew pub in the same week, I didn’t even open the menu before I ordered the Eugene. Of course, that was the day they went and updated both the beer and food menus! Our waiter, a guy who has been serving us since the day RevBrew opened, let me know they have a new Eugene. Eugene Coffee. Brewed with a special blend of Metropolis Coffee! I gave it a try. LOVE!

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  • Rob

    Since you asked:

    Take this entry, summarized in 2 immediate photos, it’s a rare blogger who puts you behind the camera better. I’ll definitely look for one of these in a charming north side bistro, …IF I find one. :) Now google NY Times critic Pete Well’s hissy fit review of Guy Fieri’s Times Square restaurant. Who eats in Times Square? Hey, Denny’s always rates highly on TripAdvisor or Yelp! Tell me again which of these “reviews” is most worth your time.

    With all the shows at Javits, and McCormick, dining emails snowball, …80 places on the NYC/Brooklyn one, …Chicago pitifully behind. Sources for avoiding the non tourist venues have been “Best Thing I Ever Ate” TV show, Bourdain, Village Voice 100 Top Dishes, and RachelleB. Can’t remember who recommended what. Best visual award to RachelleB. Wish your dining entry’s were more easily referenced.

    I know it was you who pointed the way to the Corner Bistro years ago. A hundred Bistro Burgers later, and a broken crown from the wicked tough bacon, I still enjoy sitting at the bar with the old Village locals at lunch. Sad that Peter retired, …he could tell a story! The silver haired guy eating chili and red wine every day is Joe of the original 60’s Lovin’ Spoonful, …”Hot night, summer in the city, back of my neck feeling dirty and gritty” …you know it.

    See what I mean? A sincere thank you for the great dining tips, RachelleB. More please. Don’t dismiss writing your “eats” blog before considering what others find in it. Classic food critics are sooo pre internet. Involving photos rule, great content, … looks like your forte.

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