Sunday, January 17, 2010
If you happen to be in, or near, Exton Pennsylvannia take a ride on the Pottstown Pike and you'll find a neat little place called The Drafting Room in a small strip mall. If you don't happen to be there; take a ride because it's definitely worth it.
First of all, they have an extensive beer menu with about twenty beers on tap, and they rotate the selection. On top of that they must have a hundred bottle to choose from, with the specialty being Belgian beers. This visit I had a Brooklyn Back Breaker, which was okay (too close to a red ale for me), and a Lancaster Double Boss IPA, which was very good and hoppy. My son-in-law had two nice Stouts, the second one being an expresso stout.
Then comes the food. I got a nice bacon cheeseburger, medium. It had thick sliced bacon (so much better on a burger), blue cheese which I substituted for the cheddar, tomato and lettuce on a nice fresh kaiser roll with some fresh cut fries on the side. All for about nine bucks. Good meat, cooked right and served hot. The rest of my party were happy too. We had a Greek salad, a Rueben, and Moroccan chicken.
Then there was the service. Mandy was our waitress and she did a great job, plus everyone else there bent over backwards for us. Substitutions are no problem, and they get the orders right. We were there on a Sunday and they were cleaning up from the brunch. The manager invited us to take some deserts off the table.
So the bottom line, nice people, good service, good food, good beer, good prices. Go there sometime, you won't be disapointed. Check out their website for the menu and more information.
Posted by Chris Forman at 3:21 PM