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Haven Gastropub Brewery
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Today 11:00 am – 2:00 am
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42 S De Lacey Ave Pasadena, CA 91105
42 S De Lacey AveUSCAPasadena91105
(626) 768-9555havengastropub.com
$$American Restaurant, BreweryToday 11:00 am – 2:00 am
Monday 11:00 am – 2:00 amTuesday 11:00 am – 2:00 amWednesday 11:00 am – 2:00 amThursday 11:00 am – 2:00 amFriday 11:00 am – 2:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 2:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 2:00 am
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Comfort food such as mac 'n' cheese served in a lively space with a modern vibe & unique beer list.- Google
People talk about beer selection, lamb burger, mac n cheese, beer and wine and greg daniels
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Michael Reid
reviewed 2 weeks ago
I would probably just go in for a drink. Pricey and food is just ok. Good beer list and crafted cocktails.
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Dore Pei
reviewed 9 months ago
The beer selection was excellent but food and service was mediocre. The brussel sprouts were cooked well but was absolutely drenched in an incredibly tart sauce and paired with overcooked prosciutto. Truffle fries were not notable; fries had but a whiff of truffle which was completely over powered once other dishes were consumed. Mac and cheese was delish and you could definitely taste the different cheeses used. The service was confusing and a bit frustrating - they came by the table almost too much in the beginning and middle of dinner, we had to ask to ask for water 4 times before they finally gave it to us then after telling them that we were okay with drinks they stopped coming by the table completely. Overall I'd suggest this place for happy hour or a drink but probably not for dinner.
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Lisa Nguyen
reviewed 10 months ago
We were a party of 6 and easily booked ressies for a Friday night the week of. The space is large (but I live in NYC and most places in CA are spacious to me) and we were seated before our entire party arrived. This was cool because I was able to catch with the friend I was currently with and reviewed the menu. I occasionally dabble with being a beer snob and was able to share my beer info with my friends. The waitress was super friendly, but was not successful with recommending beers to us, which means I get to do so! (Happy dancing in my head!) The beer list was good and the food was all right. I think the service and my dining companions really outshined the food for me that night. The burgers and roasted brussel spouts are good, but nothing to write home about. The truffle fries are really good and their dipping aioli was a nice touch. However, their weak points were the truffle mac and cheese as well as the short ribs plate. Both dishes lacked punch and were disappointing. Hopefully, this trend of serving good craft beers and (hopefully good) food continue in Southern CA. It's a welcoming change in my book!
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Brad Beacom
reviewed 4 months ago
Very good food, and very good "curated" beer selection. Not a place to explore, but to be serviced. A bit pricey for what they offer. But they do what they do, very well. Bonus: if you have a sweet tooth don't skip their deserts.
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eamon todd
reviewed 10 months ago
Really cool looking 'New York' vibe and multiple craft beer choices attracted us to this 'Gastro-Pub' major problem in my opinion was that the food is not that 'crafty' or 'gastro-ish' at all but instead just plain old grub. Menu's VERY unimpressive even with all the cutesy wording for their fares. The French fries were soggy with grease and in total there were 15 real fries, the rest of the basket was full of half broken chips and fried potato peels, we were starving, yet we could not bring ourselves to eat more than a few fries. Our waitress explained the greasiness with the observation that 'that they had been deep fried'. Whatever it meant... Half an hour later the burgers arrived. I had the lamb burger on some sort of sweet dough bun with sugary sweet caramelized onions, fit for a cake. The size of the bun was so enormous that I chose to eat only the meat paddy over the bottom half and even that seemed like a lot of bread. Now that 'gastronomic wonder' costs $12 a-la carte, I felt the cooks could have spent a few coins more on some artisan buns, not to mention a few extra classes at the College of Culinary Arts just down the street. This one's off the list.
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Judith Gomez
reviewed 11 months ago
Extensive craft beer list AND wine on tap too! Food is delicious with plentiful pescatarian and vegetarian options. Haven's fries are the best, although their homemade chiptole ketchup leaves something to be desired. Really awesome place for dinner and an even better place to grab a drink! The Pisco Sour is a thing of beauty! To summarize: beer AND wine on tap, great food, and amazingly cocktails!

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