Eulogy Belgian Tavern | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Eulogy Belgian Tavern
Excellent based on 112 ratings
Type: Bar

136 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States 19106 [ print map ]
215 413 1918

Hours: Mon-Wed 5 pm- 2 am; Thur-Sun 11 am - 2 am

Mayor: NikkTwist (15) | Taps: 21 | Bottles: 350+

Eulogy Belgian Tavern

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Beer Available At Eulogy Belgian Tavern (arranged by most recent)
Prism Red Zone 73, Duvel Tripel Hop 2014 (Mosaic) 97, Bayerischer Bahnhof Original Leipziger Gose 86, Anderson Valley Wild Turkey Bourbon Barrel Stout 97, Bullfrog Le Roar Grrrz Druiven 100, Mikkeller USAlive! 98, De Ranke Guldenberg 96, Dominion Abbey Ale 44, Ommegang Adoration 97, Mikkeller X-mas Porter 2010 Fra Via Til (From Via To) Bourbon 98, Birrificio del Ducato Nuova Mattina (New Morning) 95, Saison de Pipaix 90, Tired Hands Frost Heaves , Telegraph Prime Meridian 56, St. Louis Gueuze Fond Tradition 94, Hitachino Nest Japanese Classic Ale 92, Stone Old Guardian Belgo-Barley Wine 96, Abita SOS (Save Our Shore) 76, Borg Garķn Icelandic Stout Nr. 19 98, Rochefort Trappistes 10 100
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112 reviews for Eulogy Belgian Tavern
 Ambiance  76%
 Service  75%
 Selection  85%
 Food  76%
 Value  68%
 Overall  81%
 Rating  93%
Rating Distribution

  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 5/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD 10/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 19/20
beervana  (32) Libertyville, Illinois | December 8, 2005
Very nice place with an extensive beer listing and excellent mussels. Service was attentive and tap selection of Belgium and American beers was awesome. The only downside was that they were out of the first four menu listed bottle beers that I wanted. Good thing that I had a long list handy. Nice ambiance, as good as Monkís. However, Eulogyís mussels are larger and more flavorful - better than Monks. I would definitely go back again and will bring some friends along for the experience.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 6/10   SELECTION 14/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 18/20
xproudfoot  (37) Paleolithic, Pennsylvania | December 3, 2005
Very nice ambiance, huge beer menu. More of a bar than monks, but their mussels looked good and during football season they had a great special with unlimited beers, a burger, mussels, and fries for a ridiculously low amount of money. I trusted their advice in the menu and got a downright excellent beer for my trust. Will be back.
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 17/20
Cornboy  (19) Eastampton, New Jersey | October 9, 2005| Updated January 21, 2006
Superb selection, especially in bottle. The draft taps dont change as often as I like, but I think they have many that are permanent. Huge beer list, even had some of the elusive Duchesse in bottle. Service was very good, food quite tasty with an obvious Belgian theme. A must try in Philly.
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD 9/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 17/20
chronictonic  (51) Oreland, Pennsylvania | August 25, 2005
Iíve been here a few times just for beers, but last weekend was the first time we had dinner here - so now itís time for a full review. The beer selection is top notch - especially if youíre looking for Belgians. One of my favorites - Arrogant Bastard - always seems to be on tap here also if youíve got a hop craving. Everytime weíve been here weíve been able to eventually get a seat at the downstairs bar (unlike the "other" Belgian beer bar in town). Bottle selection is huge and youíre given a well organized 4 page beer menu to select from. Upstairs, we sat in the coffin room with a large group - very cool ambience. Food was all excellent - from the appetizers, to the marinated grilled chicken sandwich, to the entrees. Reasonably priced as well. Our upstairs waiter was knowledgeable of the beers - which was a nice change from some beer bars (he even recommended that we let our Stone Smoked Porter warm up a bit before drinking). Overall in Philly, this is one of the best beer bars around - highly recommended.
DrGonzo  (4) Somerville, Massachusetts | August 15, 2005
A small bar with great atmosphere. Perhaps the most extensive and quality beer list Iíve seen, better than Monkís, with similarly above average prices. Primarily bottled beers, lots of Belgians but plenty of American micros. Did not try the food. Probably worth it for the vibe alone, but the incredible beer list makes this the place to go.
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 13/20
biz82  (6) austin, Texas | July 2, 2005
Stumbled across this place on the way to South St. Nice neightborhood pub vibe, a little worn around the edges. Decent Belgian fries, though somewhat greasy. Great bottle selection with stuff Iíd never heard of. Could spend a few nights in this place.
Sammy  (561) Toronto, Ontario | June 12, 2005
A small bar in a vistable part of the waterfront. Mostly bottles, there was something in the order of 180 of them. Quite busy for a Monday night owing to the great weather. WIll get hot here in the summer. Selection is Basically what you can get at The Foodery, but in bar setting. Nothing I havenít had and wanted to try. A few quality taps of Belgians,I think there was 8 taps on, with the British standards, but also different taps than whatís on at Monkís.
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 10/10   SELECTION 15/15   FOOD 10/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 20/20
ninersball  (1) | December 24, 2004
This is the greatest beer bar in America. Itís got 200 beers and they are all the best beers. What most people donít understand is how they have every Style beer possible and they are all the highest ranked in each style. The beer is great and the food is perfect to accompany the beer. The mussels are the best meal deal in Philadelphia and the fries and their dip are the most addictive food I ever had, I canít stop returning. The staff smiles and jokes all the time, what a refreshing relief from most other restaurants who treat you like a bother. This is the best in Philadelphia.
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 10/10   SELECTION 15/15   FOOD 10/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 20/20
tommorrice  (1) | November 15, 2004
Friends convinced us to try Eulogy since it was really owned by Belgians. We had a fantastic experience. Eulogy is in the best part of town near Independence Hall. The beer list is more extensive than Monks, better priced, better explained without Monks out of stocks. The service was out of this world, very cute, friendly and handled our order quickly making us smile and laugh. The big surprise was how good the food was since this is called a tavern. The fries are the best in the city, the meaty and juiciest mussels Iíve ever seen and then for our main course Crab Cakes beat Le Bec Fin and a Steak that was superb. Everything was great. Eulogy is the best tavern in the city and might be one of the best restaurants. We ate there three times now and felt compelled to write.
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 14/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 18/20
Nate  (289) Indiana, Pennsylvania | August 27, 2004
Sat down for a few beers to kill time before my flight. Decent wings and great fries. Selection is wonderful. Had a long discussion with Tony (bartender) about the beers, and the pros-cons of using the RateBeer ratings on their beer menu. I enjoyed this place a litte better than Monks, though both have their selling points.

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