Mash House Restaurant & Brewery
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- General Info:
- Fayetteville’s most original menu coupled with an on-site brewery make it a local favorite. Decidedly non-chain choices, with a spotlight on hearty fare like steaks, chops and seafood, coupled with our handcrafted beer. Perfection by the plate, paradise by the pint. NEW! Go behind the scenes and see how our beer is born
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (910) 826-9050
Fax Number: (910) 826-9050
- Payment method:
- debit, amex, discover, master card, visa
- Terry Sanford
Mash House Brewery
Mash House Restaurant
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- Other Information:
Cuisines: Southern, Brew Pubs, Family Style, American, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Steakhouse, Bar & Grills, Cajun & Creole
Alcohol: Full Bar
Price Range : Average
The Mash House is a terrific brewery that also serves food. With that in mind, the experience and the food are good enough to recommend to others, especially for anyone looking for a non-chain option in the Fayetville, NC area. Our server was very attentive and did her best to meet our needs during our meal.
02/14/2011Provided by Citysearch -
We've eaten at the mash house several times and have enjoyed mostly good food and good service. Tonight was anything but good. Because this was Valentine's Day we decided to make a reservation to ensure our meal. We arrived at the appointed time (8:45 pm) and were taken through a mostly empty dining room into the covered patio, where we were seated in outdoor seating, which was not really what we'd expected. We complained to the receptionist and the manager came out to see us. She made many excuses as to why she couldn't help us. Apparently if you made a reservation on line you got stuck outside in the patio beside the parking lot. If we had walked in off the street we could have eaten in the dining room. She offered to give us a discount on our meal, but we refused because we wanted inside seating not eating out in the parking lot. The server was MIA from the time she took our order until we received our food. When we got our order I asked for the ticket so we wouldn't get stuck waiting for her again. Upon examination, half of our order was wrong, but since it had taken 40 mins to get our food we decided just to eat and then leave. When we got our ticket, it turned out to be much more than I expected and turned out to be some else's ticket. Called the manager again. This time when she offered to comp the meal we accepted, paid for the alcohol (1 beer) and got out of there. Terrible hostess, manager, wait staff, cook, the only one on the ball was the bartender, and he got a tip. Good selection if you go there for the beer, but don't waste your time eating there.
09/10/2009Provided by Citysearch -
For a town that has attracted an overabundance of chain restaurants (with similar menus), The Mash House is a welcome escape. The decor is nice - not too fancy, not too casual - for couples and business associates and friends alike. The only drawback would be their building, which is designed for great acoustics (a drawback in a dining establishment). Depending on the hour, it can feel like a noisy subway station...or not.
The food is topnotch, though. If my husband were writing this he would give the home brews an A+. We also love the oven roasted artichoke and spinach dip, and I'm a particular fan of their salads. I am a vegetarian, and it's one of the few places I can find quality food at a reasonable price. I'd have to disagree with another reviewer who called it inexpensive, though. Your typical entree will cost $10-$60, so it might not be a place to bring the whole family unless you're in a generous mood. At the Mash House you get what you pay for, which is an amazing meal that is always worth the wait....and for those of us who value quality, as well, it's sure worth the price.
I have been coming to Fayetteville to work at Ft Bragg for three years. I am spoiled in my hometown area with Zagat reviewed restaurants. This micro-brewery has a menu to rival those restaurants. Service is sometimes questionable and your steak will be under done before it would be overdone, but that happens everywhere. I'm heading there tonight to take my team out to dinner for a job well done. Be careful with your wishes of an appetizer or a dessert - it is hard to have a 4 course meal there! Make reservations on the weekends and pay day. BTW, their beer is fabulous.