Huge sports bar in downtown philly. Pretty cool selection of local taps, shitty bottle selection. Service was decent and food was okay. Big portions but steep prices. Beer was about the pricing Iíd expect for the area. Staff didnít seem very knowledgeable overall.
AMBIANCE 1/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 14/20
Located across the street from Reading Terminal market and above the Market East Station, which puts it in a great location for a quick pint. Large open space with zero ambiance. A bunch of TVs and cream painted walls. For a sports bar it is lacking any sort of sports related feel. In that regard, I donít recommend this place to anyone looking for a sports bar. However, if all you want to do is watch a game and have a few good crafts then this place is great. Loads of good craft beers on tap with a local bent for the most part. The crowd was mostly people drinking coors light or bottles of Corona and being a bit obnoxious, but thats to be expected. Not really a craft beer bar even if they do have a good beer selection. The ambiance just kills it. However, I would most likely stop in again due to the great tap list.
AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 12/20
Big space located above Market East Station and right next to Readington Terminal. Stopped in for a beer prior to heading home on the train as the taplist is expansive. Was able to grab a couple of Victoryís Iíd never had. Lots of local craft offerings. Not sure how frequently the taps rotate as there are so many and the late night clientele seems to skew towards BMC. Only issue is no samplers except for Sundayís. When I stopped in there were maybe 6 others at the bar and they refused a sampler. Bartender was not very familiar with the different offerings. They also fill growlers however I did not check prices. Beers were about $6 a glass.