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Taps: 22 / Bottles: 60
Cask: Y / Beer-to-Go: N
$$ - reasonable
[ Bar, Eatery ]
84 Kilvert St
phone: (401) 739-8484
(Place added by: Beerguy on 10-05-2005)
Ratings & Reviews
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| Reviews: 62
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | $$
Track 84 is the best. I work nearby and had been when it was a regular, plain old Bud bar. A buddy suggested we meet there after work for a beer, explaining to me there was new management and a great selection of beer on tap. Man, was he right. Their selection of Belgium beer was amazing. The atmosphere is great. My favorite thing is the free peanuts and throwing the shells on the floor. More bars need to do that. The periodic train that rumbles by, adds to the atmosphere. Great juke box, too. I think I need to go tomorrow.
05-09-2008 04:21:42 |
More by berserka
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | $$
As others have mentioned, the outside does not do this place justice. A gem in Little Rhody, the place is comfortable and has a charm about it, with it's cozy interior, darts and jukebox.
The beer selections are superb and rotate out frequently, and can be checked out on the web. There are 20+ beers on tap, most quality craft brews. Downed a St Bernardus quad and Ipswitch Oatmeal Stout.
The bartender (at least on Wednesdays, when I've gone) is friendly and more than happy to show his beer geek side, discussing different brews and all. He gave my buddy and I a small sample of a draft even.
There also is a shooter sampler deal, which lets you try 4 drafts for just $12! Definitely plan to go back here a lot in the future.
03-27-2009 23:02:45 |
More by sageman
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | $$
As someone who's gotten into craft beer at a hardcore level over the past few years, this is the place to be. They have about 20 craft beers on tap - reasonably priced -including high quality imports such as Delirium. Many of the beers are not easy to find at the liquor store, so I always find something I haven't tried before.
This place looks like a dive but doesn't behave like one. The bartenders are knowledgeable, attentive, and always serve the beer in the appropriate glass. The "regulars" there generally keep to themselves but are friendly. There is no food, however there's a sandwich shop next door and as far as I know, they are open to bringing in outside food in general.
I gotta say if I lived or worked a little closer, I could see myself there 3-4 nights a week . As it stands, it's a special treat every month or so.
03-21-2013 19:43:02 |
More by Celtics76
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | $
Found this place last St. Patricks day by accident...I'm there all the time now! A phenomenal selection on tap and bottle! You won't find Bud or Coors on tap here, not even Sam Adams!! Only craft brews and Belgiums. Excellent pricing, very, very reasonable. The service is great, the girls and guy are always there when you need them and with a smile.
Just some of the names you'll see is Dogfish Head, Victory, Ommegang, Southern Tier, Ayinger, Unibroue, Rogue, Ithaca, different Trappist Ales and many, many more.
11-22-2006 20:50:46 |
More by Will46andbrew
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | $$
The way a bar should be. Not sure what more needs to be said. As a craft-beer newbie, I was intimidated to go here initially due to glowing descriptions on BA, and now I regret not coming here sooner. Regardless of who is tending the taps, they offer to have you taste the beer before you order a glass. As for glassware, you don't need to ask for "a pint," because you will get the proper glassware for the pour, regardless of the quantity. The brews on tap are well-described and varied. I've been lucky enough to be there when the extremely knowledgeable Dave or Donna was the tender, and service has been outstanding. They are equally welcoming whether you are someone there on your first visit, or one of the many regulars. When I ordered one of their brews on tap, Donna actually talked me out of it, and gave me a taste to affirm her recommendation. The clientele is eclectic, and conversations rise easily. My job causes me to travel constantly, and I seek out brew pubs wherever I go. This easily is The Best. My most recent visit was May 16, 2012. At the risk of repeating myself: the way a bar should be.
05-18-2012 15:38:19 |
More by BeeGinner
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4 | $
4.5 up to 5.0
4.0 up to 4.5
4.5 up to 5.0
With the addition of Belgian draft lines Track 84 is now the GoTo beer spot in RI and the staff has consistantly increased their ablitity to deal effectively with any and all changes with the focus of the bar.
4 up to 4.5
3.5 up to 4
4 up to 4.5
Dave continues to upgrade the quailty of beer on draft. His only limitation is the crappy distribtion in RI. The exposure to all this quality beer has affected the staff ( and some of the long time patrons) in a positive way.
selection up from 3.5 to 4.0
Thanks to the addition of 6 more taps.
As it is now I have almost forgotten where the mews is. If this place adds cheesebureger and fries or hot wings and i'll never mention the other place again.
When to the 3 Floyds draft night last night. The place has improved greatly since my last visit. #1: New draft setup put in by owner to drop the bud lines ( they had installed old lines ). Bottle selection is growing by leaps and bounds. The help has become aware that some people don't want frozen mugs, and will now ask all there patons their choice
changes are : Atmosphere up from2.5 to 3.5
Quality up from 3.0 to 4.0
service up from 3.0 to 3.5
selection up from 3.0 to 3.5
food up from 2 to 3
$2.50 for a 10oz beer !!!
Don't be afraid of the the men with tatoos and biker colors. everybody seems cool hear the selection of beers is ok (yes it is nice the have both Dogfish Head Punkin and Middle Ages Wailing Wench on draft) but majority of draft lines are BUD, MILLER, COORS. Food selection is very limited to cold sandwiches (good and inexpensive...but still just sandwiches). The atmosphere is bud bar and very spartan at best. The addition of the DFH and Middle Ages lines is recent. If more craft beer lines are added and some special bottled beers then this place MIGHT have potential. Otherwise I'll drive to Prov. for better beer.
vibe up from 3.5 to 5.0 i love this place an it loves me AND now darts!
service up from 4.5 to 5.0 nothing but exceptional people work here!
11-06-2005 18:42:15 |
More by ybnorml
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | $
Fantastic bar to go and be with laid back people. No gimmicks at this watering hole, just great beer, great people and great prices. The draft list is ever changing, making you want to go back more and more often to see what they have in store for you. The peanuts on the floor are a nice touch that let you know your Track 84 experience will be a relaxed one. The bar is almost hidden down a side street and would not be visible from the main roads in the area. Next door is the Sandwich Junction making high quality sandwiches for the last 30 years.
12-08-2008 15:35:19 |
More by TopherRI
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4 | $$
(edited 01/08/07) This is rapidly turning into a little Belgian oasis. At one point all the taps were Belgians, I nearly fainted, luckily Walter was there to catch me.
(edited 10/3/06) This is a routine stop now and all I can say is the staff has been nothing short of great and the selection keeps getting better and better. More people are getting to know the place and are being more adventurous in ther beer choices. I don't think I've ever seen a group of 5 women walk into a bar and have 4 of them order Rochefort 8. Or how about a long-time bud drinker telling us how much he liked his new beer of choice - Storm King Stout. How's that for a mind-warping change?
(Original post 4/19/06)
Why is the best beer bar in RI located near the airport and not in the capital city? I'll tell you why, because in my favorite home state there is apparently one and only one, bar-owner who has the vision and balls to put a load of good beer in his cooler. Believe me we have asked, no make that pleaded, with our friends in Providence and they wont do it.
So what do I say to that? How about "Welcome to Warwick."
Do yourself and the rest of us a favor and support this place. They have ten taps with a continually rotating selection of good stuff (last week I was happy to see Prima Pils, along with Dogfish Head 90 minute, next to Three Floyds Brian Buru, plus two more on draft. There were also 40+ bottles. Ayinger Brau-wiesse, Smuttynose Big-A IPA, Westmalle Trappist, were just a few that we went for. It's truly a perfect mix of local, classic, and off the beaten path brews you've heard of but maybe not tried. Yes it might take the bartender a few minutes to find what your looking for but he typically doesn't give up!
As if that's not enough they buck the trend to see how much a bar can over-charge for beer. Obviously a place that values it's customers
This place has a local pub feel and beer selection unmatched in RI (finally a bar that's trying to do it right) - they deserve your support!
04-19-2006 19:00:45 |
More by sprouty115
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | $$
I LOVE this place!! Dave, the owner, is a fantastic guy who loves beer and it shows. The bar has a worn yet comfortable feel and with 19 wonderful taps there will always be something within their rotating selection that will excite you - several probably will. They usually have 3 or more Belgians on tap and then the rest heavy hitting craft brews Stone, Lefthand, Avery.... They have a very nice bottle selection as well. The bartenders are always friendly though they vary in beer knowledge.
This is my go-to place for good beer in the Providence area - it's easy to get to though a little tricky to find the first time.
I have yet to eat there though have heard nothing but raves about Dave's tuna and corned beef sandwiches. I'll have to put that on my "to do" list.
I'm getting thirsty writing this...might have to stop by tonight for a nice Belgian!
Edit 6/8/11 Track 84 now has a beer engine so casks are often available. A few more draft lines were added fairly recently as well. Also Dave makes wonderful pulled pork which is usually served on Friday and Saturday if it lasts that long.
02-23-2008 15:32:29 |
More by ThirstyBird
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 3 | $$
This is my favorite bar. It looks like a complete dive from the outside, and it's right by the train tracks, which, I think, is what I love about the atmosphere. You'd never expect by looking at it that it'd be such an awesome bar with great beer lists. Before going here, I went to East Ave a lot when I wanted to try nw beers, but this place kicked that out of the water. Sure, East Ave has more beers, but nothing can beat the atmosphere at the Track. It's way more relaxed, not so much of a commercial scene, and you can throw your peanut shells on the floor. Plus, the owner is really chill. He hangs out there a lot, and is always willing to talk to you about beer, which he obviously knows a lot about. Only thing is I wish they didn't get rid of the pool table.
03-13-2009 14:01:49 |
More by lrwells
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