Marv Says:

While not actually on our list, Fiddler’s Elbow made the cut for dinner in order to back fill the spot that Karamba had twice. A busy and popular place for dinner or Brunch, Fiddler’s Elbow is a good choice for a decent meal. Crowded and loud, it still maintains a certain feel about the place. Well worth visiting. A Rooster’s Chocolate Stout began the night for me here.

Rawb Says:

I’ve been to the Fiddler’s Elbow a number of times in the past and I don’t believe I’ve ever been disappointed. This place is not a bar it is a full on restaurant but due to the Karamba mix-up on the list we can view this as a happy accident. For a Saturday evening and without reservations it took about¬†forty¬†minutes for a table so if you are heading out on a busy night, you may want to call ahead to get your name on the list. The food was excellent all around and drinks were refilled quickly. They also have a good selection of beers from local breweries including my favorites from Bohemian and some good options from Roosters up in Ogden. If I had to classify this place as anything, I would categorize it as a sports bar with very good food. If you have not been here yet, you’re not doing yourself any favors.

Attending: Rawb, Marv, Sascha and Ellen.