White Labs Kitchen & Tap
Parking is abundant, they’ve got spots right out front, and more along the side of the building.
There is both indoor and outdoor shaded/non-shaded dining, as well as a large bar - which seems like a nice place to enjoy a classy drink after work.
If you were hoping to see at least one beaker - make sure you check out the cool display case to the left as you walk in.
To eat, I ordered a Cheeseburger which came with a side salad, and was made with pasture raised beef.
My salad was to die for, and very *very* fresh. It was a mixture of lettuces with slices of watermelon radishes - which was awesome and super exciting- since I had been seeing them all over IG. (The watermelon radishes were less bitter than normal radishes and super delish.) It had crouton crumbles (which I had never had before either), that were really tasty- way better than large size croutons & they complimented the salad very well.
The burger itself tasted fresh too- the brioche bun it came on seemed homemade, and the burger had a yum sweet taste to it, maybe from the sauce?! The greens on the hamburger were very saucy-green too- dark and leafy and seemed straight from the garden.
To top off my lovely lunch, my server was kind enough to offer to take a picture for me with my food (after, presumably, he noticed I was taking a picture of literally everything) but sadly I’m a phantom and don’t show up in pictures - so it always just looks like a hamburger is being held up mid air and it’s super strange and awkward.
Fun tip; They have healthy/natural dog cookies for sale, made from simple ingredients - I got some to take home for the puppers. He absolutely loved them (and he’s a total cookie snob)! I wish I had bought more! On my next visit to White Labs I definitely plan on stocking up.
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