December 9, 2009

Berkeley: Jupiter; restaurant review

80 North

Jupiter 2181 Shattuck Ave./Center St., downtown, (510) THE-TAPS. L-D daily; $-$$.

Operating within a former livery stable dating from the 1890s, this brewpub features natural brick walls, dramatic bronze-hued pressed-tin paneling, and antique church pews recycled as bar seats. Its design is inspired by Berlin’s oldest bar. The dining area is spread over two stories, and a large, two-level beer garden with heaters and a fire pit is in the back. House brews are available along with tasty pizzas cooked in a wood-fired oven and a variety of salads and sandwiches. Live jazz is scheduled some evenings.  Update plus more images.

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image courtesy of venue

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