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About The Mash House Brewing Company
In a location with real character, right in the heart of Fayetteville, The Mash House Brewing Company defines what it’s like to have a unique dining experience, whether you choose a refined, gourmet fusion dish, the best in beef, or more casual fare, like a freshly ground burger or hand-crafted sandwich. We pride ourselves on supporting North Carolina farmers and growers by using local products as much as possible. We consistently rank as one of the area’s best restaurants favorite destinations for steaks, chops and award-winning beer — hand-crafted on the premises utilizing the traditional methods of Old World brewers.
Fayetteville, NC 28303
Contemporary American, Steakhouse, Brewery
Hours of Operation:
Bar & Cocktail Area
Monday - Thursday: 4pm - 11pm
Friday: 4pm - 12am
Saturday: 12pm - 12am
Sunday: 12pm - 9pm
Dining Room & Patio
Monday - Thursday: 5pm - 10pm
Friday: 5pm - 11pm
Saturday: 12pm - 11pm
Sunday: 12pm - 9pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We have our own parking lot.
Private Party Facilities:
Our patio is offered as a private party area has removable sides that can be raised or lowered for inclement weather or colder days. We offer customized menu options and buffet options for parties of 20 or more.
Private Party Contact:
email@example.com: (910) 867-9223
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Mash House Brewing Company Ratings and Reviews
We enjoyed it here. Great food and drink, only I wish they had retained more of the vegan options when they changed the menu from what was posted on Open Table. We stopped here while on the road, traveling home from Florida. I searched for a place on the way where we could get a late dinner Sunday night. The Mash House had a 9:00 reservation available so I took it. ( I think there were also later reservations available). We got there at 8:45 . As soon as we sat down we were told the kitchen was closing in 10 minutes. Gee, what if we had gotten there right at 9, would we have been out of luck. After driving for 12 hours and then driving over 13 miles off of I95 to get here I would not be happy. So I hope they consider that when they take a reservation. But since that didn't happen to us, we enjoyed our experience.
I went there to celebrate my birthday with friends and noticed that after we were seated that we didn't receive the best service. Our waitress had a few tables, but maybe checked on our party a few times while not making sure that everyone was good on drinks and left with some of the parties drinks left empty. This wouldn't be an issue if the tables around us weren't receiving much better service. Our dinners were served without mistakes. If the service we received wasn't as poor as it had been, and another of our party hadn't received poor service the last time they went, I would've loved to visit again.
Overall I was disappointed. Stout and IPA were true to style, but the hefe and Belgian golden (seasonal) were bad. I didn't care for the Wee Heavy (seasonal) although I think it was true to style as well. Razzmatazz (seasonal - apparently a cranberry fruit beer, not raspberry) wasn't for me either (based on waitress' comments it isn't for most).
Service (I was in the bar) was affable, but was slooooow and disjointed, even on a slow night and with 2 servers (plus bartender) working the bar area (and the restaurant largely empty). Beer took nearly 10 min from order to deliver to table, and I was nearly done with my sampler before the food (burger and fries) arrived (food was about 20 min). I was not impressed with the hamburger patty (it was falling apart as I ate my burger).
I did get my check promptly and was rung out quickly.
I made the Valentines Day Reservation 30 days in advance and specifically asked for a BOOTH, I mentioned this upon arrival and had my Reservation Confirmation in hand. We were put at a table that was 3 feet square, INCREDIBILY SMALL, to eat a full meal with a pitcher of beer, 1 appetizer, 2 salads, 2 main courses, 1 wine glass, 2 water glasses, 1 beer glass and desert plus 4 to-go boxes. After we were seated for about 15 minutes a "manager" came and asked if we were OK, I stated no and mentioned again our Reservation request. Manager said he could put us at a Half-Booth facing the parking lot, we acquiesced ,and after this initial issue the meal was good. The server was excellent, the Valentines Day Prime Rib Special was good, the prime rib was NOT overly fatty. The asparagus was thin, woody and overcooked. It is a shame that a Special Occasion started out so badly due to NO ATTENTION TO DETAIL by the Scheduler/Host.
Menu contained a great variety of options. Substitutions on sides allowed. Beer is the "star" attraction but food was excellent. Open dining area creates lots of noise. Intimate conversation was difficult. Salad was not delivered before the meal but the server was very helpful in recommending both beer and menu choices. Overall a pleasant dining experience.
There was a hair on my daughters burger, my creme Brule was cold and the service of the waitress just seemed odd. I did not feel welcomed , my sitting get was horrible, I was placed in a room filled with loud children. Also I really feel the waitress thought I never had eaten a creme Brule.
The food was quite good, but my gin tonic was almost all gin. When I sent it back an requested that it be placed in a tall glass with extra tonic added, it came back in the same glass with a tiny bit of tonic added. The menu needs to be marked with Gluten Free items. Our waitress tried to find answers for me, but said that "the guy who knows what is guten free has left for the evening.
I took my 8 employees to dinner for our holiday celebration. We sat on the patio which I was nervous at first because it was pretty cool outside. They had overhead heaters so that wasn't a problem. Actually in the beginning it was too hot but leveled out. The food was really fast which was actually a little nerve-wracking for what we were paying. They were playing Christmas music a tad too loud since we were all trying to talk and I had to really talk loud for everyone to hear me. I had the shrimp and grits which I have had there a few times before and liked it. They changed it up and I did not care for it at all. I just ate the grits and picked out the shrimp-way too spicy. I didn't send it back because I was leading the meeting and I didn't have time to deal with it since our dinner was limited on time. Not to mention the server never asked us how everything was-I may have said something if prompted by her. I've been here many times and was excited about taking my employees there. None of them complained-but I doubt they would since the company was paying. They all liked the atmosphere though. The only other thing that was disturbing was that the door leading back into the restaurant from the patio was locked. We saw an employee trying to work on it and still couldn't get it unlocked. Each time we had to get up to go back in the restaurant we had to knock on the door and another customer seated inside the restaurant had to get up and open the door. What is ironic is there is a big sign on the door that the door had to be unlocked at all times during business hours. Frankly it was a fire hazard and we all even talked about how we would get out if there was a fire with the door being locked. It didn't dampen our evening but was an annoyance.
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