I’ve written about the Libertine Coffee Bar… well, Libertine Brewing Co. (right next door to the coffee bar) is a whole experience. I’m a legal alcoholic drinking American citizen now and I’m out and exploring the many breweries and wineries that we have been blessed to be able to enjoy in the SLO area. And Libertine’s “Taco Tuesday” has been on my list for a while…
Taco Tuesday at Libertine means $2.50-3.50 each a taco and happy hour all day. If you’re looking to save a buck: take advantage of taco tuesday. My veggie and chicken tacos were amazing. I got four. No regrets.
This place is the kind of place that I see myself meeting up with friends to celebrate making it through a day or work (whether it be schoolwork or work-work) and winding down with hearty conversation and yummy food and drink. The atmosphere is fun, and the eats are good.
The San Luis Obispo Libertine location hosts over 76 taps including beer (of course!), wine, kombucha, and cold brew coffee. Libertine is most known for their trendy “sour beers,” but if you’re not into that, it feels like they really do have everything to make a beer, wine, or even a non-acloholic drink lover satisfied.
Check out more information on their website, here!
They also have a great bottomless mimosa brunch (which I have not been to but have heard is amazing) and happy hour from 3pm-6pm Monday-Friday with $5 Libertine brewed beer specials and food deals like tater tot nachos and a poke plate with avocado and tortilla chips! I got the “Under my plum” Belgian inspired Tripel.
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