This local micro-brewery, which has brewed sophisticated craft beers since 1997, is also a restaurant and bar. There's plenty of seating, but the outdoor terrace is the most option and fills up first. La Barberie typically sells more than 60 varieties of home-brewed beers throughout the year—you can find their beers at local grocers too, should you want to take some home. The menu is predominantly small bites, like aged chedder, rabbit terrine, juicy Oktoberfest sausages, that pair well with the brews. And there's a social mission behind the business, with profits from their cooperative structure being reinvested into facilities and equipment.