Sports fan? Beer fan? Good food fan? All of the above? Well lucky for you, Miller’s Ale House restaurant and sports bar is opening its Hyattsville location on Monday, October 19th! With 48 BEERS ON TAP, here’s a sneak peek inside this new casual dining spot!
If there’s one thing we love here along Route 1, it’s our alcohol! Lucky for us, six (and counting) of our beloved small business alcohol entrepreneurs are now delivering these treats to our homes, (and hearts, minds and nervous systems)! To date, Denizens Brewing Co., Franklins Restaurant, Brewery and General Store, Maryland Meadworks, Sangfroid Distilling, Streetcar 82 Brewing Co., and Town Center Market all have created ways for you to get your fix with little contact. Many deliver right to your front door. Read on for more info!
Today is International Gruit Day. And yes, autocorrect, I meant to type “gruit” (pronounced GREW IT) and not “fruit” (NOT pronounced FREW IT). Matt Humbard, Hyattsville’s own microbiologist-turned brewer who’ll soon be opening Patent Brewing Company And Laboratories, drops knowledge about this ancient brewing tradition and lets us know where along the Route 1 Corridor we can enjoy this taste of history today.
Over the next month or so, we’ll soon have even more room to enjoy delicious brewskies (or vino) at Riverdale Park’s Town Center Market. Work is underway to expand the beloved watering hole’s patio to include its strip of land facing Queensbury Road. More space to comfortably enjoy craft beer, wine or spirits!
Hyattsville’s soon getting a new casual sports restaurant and bar! Miller’s Ale House is slated to open at the Mall at Prince George’s in Hyattsville this fall. The restaurant’s menu is full of steaks, chicken, burgers, salad, seafood and over 75 kinds of micro, macro (who knew?!), seasonal and domestic beers!
Searching for an easy, kid-friendly day trip destination from Route 1 and D.C. that combines your love of hiking and history with my love of craft beer? 😉 Then head to Maryland’s Historic Ellicott City for a leisurely hike along the #9 Trolley Trail, take the detour to the Benjamin Banneker Historical Park & Museum in Oella for some history about Mr. Banneker (astronomer, farmer, mathematician and a subject of Stevie Wonder’s song, “Black Man” 🎵); then jump back on the trail and back to Ellicott City for some food and craft beer at a local restaurant (like Manor Hill Tavern or Ellicott Mills Brewing Company). Great day out with (or without!) the kids and less than an hour from Route 1 / DC area. 👊