We have enjoyed Stout for many years. I brought two guests visiting from North Dakota, they enjoyed the meal very much.
Loved their fresh oysters, the German entrees (yummy sausages and Snitzle! Had one of their special home brewed beers , BELIEVER DOUBLE BOCK, aged in wine barrels with hints of dark chocolate!
Quaint and quiet on a Tuesday night. The food was very good. The pretzel appetizer was great!
Great food...and good service
Wonderful farm to table restaurant. Excellent hand-cut steaks, cooked perfectly. Wonderful artisanal cheeses. Not formal but excellent food and very well prepared. Service was fantastic and decor was fun and authentic.
My son and I took my husband to The Black Angus for an early Father's Day lunch. He loves brewery tours and trying different beer. Sadly, they only have tours on the weekend, but it wasn't stated on their website. Our waitress (Veronica) was great. Kind and attentive. The food was local and awesome! We brought a couple growlers and the bartender happily filled them. We also visited the cheese store and bout cheese (that they make right there) and bread that was still warm! It has a quirky, fun decor. It was terrific. But remember, if you want a brewery tour.... that's only Saturday and Sunday.
An "antique capital" must. Lots of craft beers. Pub and dining room options.
Good food, great service and atmosphere.. we had the pork schnitzel and it was very good. They have to put red cabbage on the menu.
Mother's day brunch, perfect PA Dutch spot
A classic...great food, warm service. They make one feel like they're part of the family.
This was our first time there and we were not disappointed. We had the delicious pretzel for our appetizer.My husband loved his oysters and mussels. The chocolate mousse purse dessert was awesome. We will definitely be going back.
Overall, it's an OK place to eat. On this particular night the waitress accidentally spilled a glass of water all over the table and onto my lap. She was very apologetic about it, but most restaurants would've at least offered a free dessert, especially since we had told her that we were there to celebrate my wife's birthday. We've found this before at this place. They are not usually apologetic, nor do they offer any compensation, if there's a problem. This leaves a little bit of a bad taste in the mouth, to pardon the expression. As far as the food, I've had better filet mignons,. It was fatty and not as tender as it could be, but acceptable. At least it wasn't the inedible prime rib we had there a few years ago that made us not return for a few years (we complained, but they didn't seem to care). We'd go back, but mostly because there aren't too many other nice restaurants in the immediate Adamstown area.
Very good steak & fingerling potatoes! The salad was unexceptional - limp greens with a bit of carrot, onion & cucumber - and the dressing was very vinegary. It would have been nice if they served some good crusty bread, but none was offered. Stoudt's IPA was very good.
The atmosphere was ok, but a bit tacky with beer bottles and steins for decor. It did get rather loud when a beer hopping bus crowd arrived in the bar.
Overall, it's a good place to eat if you're antiquing in the town.
The food was just not good at all. My wife ordered a steak "well done" (I know...), it came out med-rare. The spaetzle was a very small portion under my very over-cooked schnitzel, and I swear the spaetzle was microwaved. It tasted more like ramen then spaetzle. The iced tea tasted like dirt. The service was just okay - not very observant at all. I was very disappointed and would not return or recommend this restaurant. Outback, Longhorn or heck, Applebees has better food.
Great oysters and clams on the half shell. Beer is good too.
Our food was nor prepared properly. Scallops were cold, steak undercooked. We had to send back three Of six meals. All in all, in was very bad. The quality of the food was good but there was not much if it. No bread on table. I felt bad for the waitress. She was almost in tears.
We went with three other couples and had a very nice time. Our waiter was really nice, but service was very slow. We didn't mind since we were there to spend time with friends, but keep that in mind if you have time constraints. The menu is very small, but with a good enough variety. My husband and I both ordered the fillet. It was cooked as requested, but was thinner than any fillet we've ever had. It had the thickness of a sirloin. I would definitely go again, but would not order the fillet. For the amount of money you pay for fillet, I expect a nice thick piece. In all, our meals were tasty and the beer is very good!
Great pretzels and food though I felt the portions were on the small side. My son and husband enjoyed tasting several kinds of beer.
There were 8 in my group. It took a long time to get our food , then one person's chicken was grossly undercooked. Our server was very pleasant.
Great food, great service! Made my boyfriend's birthday dinner special. Thank you!
Very dated and very dark. Service was ok only because everyone pitched in. Waitress was overly busy. Food was ok, on the other hand, only Got a burger and fries. How bad could it be? Interestingly, had no mustard in the place. Really??
Could not drink the iced tea, tasted stale as if it had been sitting a while.
When we arrive the seating area was empty other than 2 other couples. Our drinks came rather quickly but our pretzel did not and it was over cooked. Our meal came out even slower and was nothing to be excited about. I had hoped for a better menu but about half of it was crossed off and what was available was nothing like what I had read about. The salmon my cousin ordered was horribly overcooked and chewy. We made a special trip out this direction to visit restaurants and breweries - this will not be on our list at all next time.
We were away for my husband's birthday and had lunch in Stoudts Black Angus. We were pleasantly surprised the food was so good. It was a great way to end a wonderful weekend
Stoudt's Black Angus Pub was a great choice for a fun evening. Good food great / excellent beer, and lovely eclectic atmosphere. I will go back again and again.
Enjoyed the Porterhouse pork chop and the different variety of beer brewed on site. Would recommend.
I had the crab macaroni and cheese,was totally dried out and flavorless
The steak sandwich could have used a little more filling, but the filet mignon was excellent. I was surprised that at the beginning of a long holiday weekend so many items were already sold out, even the fish and chips. As always, the craft beer selections were outstanding.
Cute place. We sat in comfy chairs, not the usual dining room chairs which was fun. Food ok but nothing to write her me about.
Food was good. I had a 6:30pm reservation but did not have us in the book, so consequently did not have a table in the pub as I had requested.
great meal and never disappointed by this dining spot - start w/ best shrimp around and the
steaks are above an beyond........always quality and good experience...
Had difficulties serving due to a wedding banquet. 5:30 reservation finally finished 8:00 pm and even long waits for bar deliveries to the table.
it has been awhile since eating here but it was very enjoyable. beer is tasty to.
This restaurant had an old world charm to it and our waitress was great! We love oysters on the half shell--these were the best we have ever had! They had a nice red zinfandel, which isn't always on a restaurant's wine list. The filet mignon was delicious. We were seated in a booth along the wall with a cover. Very private and cozy. There were children at other tables, so the noise level was "moderate". The choices of beers was amazing, as there is a brewery next door. Can't wait to travel to Denver, PA and dine there again.
We went at noon for what we thought would be brunch on Father's Day Sunday. Was disappointed to find no brunch items on the menu. Food was ok - nothing special but not bad. It's a good place for a beer and lunch - don't think we would go there for a special occasion again. Maybe just if we were going antiquing in the area.
Fillet was kind of dry and overcooked. Service was slow. Ambiance was nice. Beer was great.
We had not been here in 10 years. Glad to find out that the food is still great. Our waitress was outstanding.
Found it simply as a hit on Open Table. Turned out to have very good food plus a micro brewery. Didn't know about the latter until I got there. Early 60's local restaurant with what looked to be, at one time, individual dining room, bar area, and dance hall/room. Now had a microbrewery attached. Would love to go back a few times. Good brew, good food, and authentic local color atmosphere.
The food was great and
The food was mediocre at best, bland and served lukewarm after a long wait. Our server seemed insufficiently trained and disappeared for long periods of time. Altogether, a disappointing dining experience.
Multiple beer sampler was a great experience.