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The Early Word on Heritage Brewing Co. Market Common Brewpub and Roastery

“Not sure what kind of food they are trying to go for.”

Heritage Brewing Co. Brewpub and Roastery in Arlington, Va.
[Heritage Brewing Co.]

Clarendon’s Heritage Brewing Co. rolled out dinner service on April 11, just in time to capitalize on the buzz generated by the visiting Craft Brewers Conference.

The combination brewpub and coffee roastery at 2900 Wilson Boulevard already has an instant fanbase in Northern Virginia; its main microbrewery resides in Manassas.

Here’s what customers are saying about the rustic spot, about a month into service.

The Good News: Facebooker Anas AlQa'ed noted the, “Good beer. Good service. And they pay attention to customers. Try it you will like it.” Yelper Maryssa H. says it’s, “Already my new favorite spot in Clarendon. It's got such great vibes, service, and beers — what more could you want!” [Facebook, Yelp]

The Beer Me News: Yelper Margaret R. noted its, “Solid beer selection. Got the flagship flight and all of them tasted pretty good!” Yelper Mary M. says, “So many brewpubs fail to live up to their names, but Heritage really delivers a quality product (special shout out for the extremely delicious Dairy Wars Milk Stout). They also offer brews to go.” [Yelp]

The All Over the Map Menu News: Yelper Anita C. says, “Mac and cheese and asparagus was really good but the fries were just okay ... I just wish they had a larger food selection because the menu is pretty limited and all over the place, not sure what kind of food they are trying to go for.” [Yelp]

The ‘Top Notch’ News: Facebooker Ashley Dunfey can “honestly say from start to finish everything was top notch ... We ordered some food and enjoyed everything we had, brussels sprouts were fantastic!! Overall really impressed.” And Jake Zimmerman said “everything about this place / team is awesome. Great ambiance, top notch food / beer / beertails / cocktails / coffee / desserts, and excellent service.” [Facebook]

The Hot AF News: Facebooker Doug Bennett said while there were “great prices with great tasting drinks,” the doors were “open with no AC on on an 85 degree day. The inside of the bar was very warm which made the beer drinking uncomfortable.” [Facebook]

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