Outpost opens in old Campo spot

Elotes, sans Styrofoam cup, is on the menu at Outpost. Photo courtesy of Outpost
Elotes, sans Styrofoam cup, is on the menu at Outpost. Photo courtesy of Outpost

We noticed it looked like something was open in the old Campo spot yesterday, and apparently, there is.

Outpost opened this week at 1115 N. Beckley.

From their Facebook page: “Our focus is pairing cold craft beer with our food. The food and drink menu is inspired by the rich bar culture of the East and local farmed ingredients.”

The menu includes beer-battered fish tacos ($11); a grilled-cheese sandwich with fontina, arugula and fig jam ($7); and a wedge salad with candied bacon and blue-cheese dressing ($8).

Appetizers include deviled eggs, skillet cheddar corn bread, fried pickles and elotes.

We like that the beer menu offers a good draft selection, plus Tecate and PBR for $3. Everyone needs to stop trying to charge $5 for canned beer.

Outpost is open 4-10 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday and Sunday, and 4 p.m.-midnight Friday and Saturday.


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  • Copybychris

    I ordered a scotch on the rocks and they charged me $1 for two ice cubes. Just wanted to share.

  • Hey, thanks for the review. I stopped in this weekend too, and I noticed they have happy hour from 4-6 p.m. every day. Sweet! But I saw on facebook they’re closed this week until Friday, Dec. 28.

  • OakCliffClavin

    Stopped in Friday evening and I cannot recommend this place enough. The atmosphere and music were great, the staff was super friendly, and the drinks and food were awesome. I’ll definitely become a regular if they keep it up.