Josh Beeby first encountered an authentic Belgian restaurant on a return visit to his homeland of Sydney, Australia. It made a such a distinct impr...
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DRhodes - May 22, 2011 at 8:49 AM
Not only is the food delicious and resonably priced, the service and atmosphere is outstanding. If you are wanting mediocre food and cheap beer, look elsewhere. The Trappe Door serves only quality food and libations. Their menu offers something for everyone's palate. The word is spreading quickly around Greenville that the Trappe Door is the unique place we've all been waiting for. Our plan is to make the Trappe Door a weekly event!
tremperj - May 18, 2011 at 7:44 AM
Belgian beer is comparable to wine, in both attention to detail in its preparation and in its complexity. I haven't seen anyone complain about a $8 glass of wine in a while now. So if you can't appreciate the libations served, there are plenty of other places in town serving cheap beer for a dollar a pint. Head over to Total Wine or (even closer) Greenville Beer Exchange and price out some Belgian beer. It isn't cheap!
Wickliffe - May 16, 2011 at 12:04 PM
While the beer selection here is certainly eclectic, it's also unreasonably expensive. I've been to Trappe Door twice and my first beer off the tap was $8. That's understandable as it was pretty delicious and seemed reasonably premium--but it wouldn't have hurt to be a little cheaper. The second beer was a Kwak at $8.50. This is the same size beer I could get at several other Greenville locations for at least $2 cheaper. I considered it borderline price gouging when my tab came. Ouch.
I fear that while Trappe Door is a very cool Belgian bar, it's going to price itself out of business in this market.
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