Mystery Diner: Geneva Ale House entices with burgers and brews
GENEVA – Craft beer abounds at the appropriately named Geneva Ale House located along downtown Geneva’s main drag. The theater marquee – which pokes out from the building’s facade – originally caught my interest, but what got me through the door was the word “Ale.”
A lengthy craft beer list is one way to reel in thirsty customers and brew enthusiasts, but combining a foamy libation with a succulent bacon burger with grilled onions and a fried egg squeezed between a Turano pretzel roll … it’s like shooting fish in a barrel.
The Ale House’s menu is concise, but why clutter a menu with a lot of superfluous items that aren’t going to make the grade. If a menu with an overabundance of items is what you seek, be thankful it’s the craft beer list giving your eyes a workout. The beer list includes more than 130 IPAs, Belgians, wheats, porters and stouts, as well as 12 brews on draft.
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