Corridor Brewery and Provisions, which does serve food as well as brewing their own beer. As can be gathered by the name, the place is long and narrow. There is bicycle parking in front, as well as a sidewalk patio. They are a sister brewery to the very popular Dryhop Brewers (although they brew independently of one another) and they are in a very popular area, so it can get crowded. There are tables sufficient to seat about 50 people which you have to wait for, but the bar which seats about 10, is first come, first served. I did come on Saturday night during prime time so there was about an hour wait for a table. I prefer to sit at the bar when I am dining solo and there was a solo diner/drinker that was getting ready to leave, so my wait was less than five minutes. As this is a brewery and taproom, I started things out with a beer. While it was evening in the fall, I decided to go with Pale Afternoon, an East Coast Pale Ale. It is pretty hoppy, at 70 IBUs, but is not considered an IPA, because its ABV is 5.4%, as opposed to the 7-8% which is the standard for IPAs. While it was bitter, it was not one note and had many other flavors including citrus, passionfruit, pine and peach. It was pretty crisp and actually kind of reminded me of a Kolsch, although more bitter.
I like Corridor. They have a nice design and are pretty laid back despite their popularity. Because they are so popular, I am not sure if I would bring a large crowd here, but if I was in the area and we were looking for some good beer and good food in a casual atmosphere, it would come under consideration.