BaseLine Tap House

We stopped here for a quick drink but ended up staying for quite awhile because we found it to have a relaxing, “chill” kind of atmosphere/vibe.  We began by ordering our drinks at the counter.  Although the menu was not big, this non-beer drinking girl was able to find something to her liking here.

First the beers on tap…

Notice these are all craft beers from California.  Nine different ones were offered in two different sizes, 16 oz. for $8.25 or 22 oz. for $9.50.  So obviously the larger size is the better deal, as you get 6 more ounces for just $1.25.  If you don’t want to commit to 16 oz. (or 22) of just one of these beers and would rather sample several, then the Create-Your-Own Beer Flight might be your best option.  With the beer flight you get to select 4 beers (5 oz. each) for $10.50.  While this is the most expensive beer option (per ounce), it would probably be the most fun…if you like beer that is.  Which I don’t.  And I don’t think my friends are beer drinkers either.    I will though occasionally enjoy a hard cider, which they had one here on tap, the Ace Space Bloody Orange.  I did consider getting this until I saw something on their very small Specialty Cocktail & Wine menu that caught my eye…

As for my friends they found some other alternatives to their liking…

Hunter spotted the bottle on the left of the middle shelf and ordered an Old Fashioned with Bulleit Rye Whiskey.  Paula went with Bacardi Rum (from the top shelf) & Coke with a lime.  And for me, I chose one of their two Specialty Cocktails, the California Sunset (Absolut Berri-Acai Vodka, Southern Comfort, Orange Juice, and Sweet-and-Sour with a float of Pomegranate Juice).   We also decided to have a snack with our drinks and of their three options picked the Bavarian Pretzel (served with Beer-Cheese Fondue and Spicy Mustard)

And a closer view…

The drinks were all good.  The pretzel was a little dry but when dipped in the beer cheese (my preference of the two) it was good.

We sat at the counter along the wall of windows to have our drinks and snack.  They were playing covers (jazzy versions) of hit songs, which made for very enjoyable background music while still being able to talk.

With only a small sample size of 32 reviews on Yelp and 6 reviews on Trip Advisor, BaseLine was rated 4 1/2 stars by both.  I would probably agree with this rating.  Therefore, I would definitely return to BaseLine on a future trip to Disney World.

 

 

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