Buster’s Bistro

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Place Category: Bars & GastropubsPlace Tags: beer garden, craft beer on tap, drinks, food, Gastropub, pub food, and Restaurant

  • Belgium has more breweries per head than any country in the world, over two thousand to put a number on it. Of these many about seven-hundred sell beer outside Belgium’s border. Of these we have a vast selection of styles and history to choose from. Like kids in a candy store we here at Buster’s do our best to choose the best eighteen draught beers and about one hundred bottles to best represent the pride and heritage of the motherland of beer.

    We then do our part to ensure that each beer is served in it’s proper glass designed and provided by the brewery to ensure the flavor is perfect from the luscious head all the way down to the last drop. We top the experience off with traditional Belgian pub fare and an educated staff to compliment the variety of complex and artistically crafted beers we have to offer. We hope to see you soon. Cheers!

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  • 1 Review on “Buster’s Bistro”

    1. Rachel Sammons Buster's Bistro
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      This place has got the friendliest bartenders and the chillest, coolest vibe. At first glance, it seems like your standard Belgian beer place (which, by the way, it does have some nice Belgian beer). But there’s some major hidden treasures here.
      For one thing, my first drink was off the “secret menu.” My friend is buddy-buddy with a bartender so they concocted a Butterbeer drink which is basically a fizzy cocktail of whiskey, bitters, and lemon extract, served in a chilled mason mug. It was delightfully sweet and smooth–my kind of cocktail.
      My second time at Buster’s, the jenever (or genever, as they call it) menu caught my eye. Genever is a juniper-flavored Belgian liquor from which gin evolved. They had different flavors like chocolate orange and lemon but I got the “oude,” which is allegedly the less sweet one. It wad SO strong that the bartender served a bottled water with it. It’s also probably one of my favorite drinks in Sanford. I will definitely be going back to order it again. Warning: it is VERY strong!
      I haven’t tried their food here but I hear it’s tasty. Definitely go here for the atmosphere, the traditional Belgian drinks, and the food.

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