United States > Pennsylvania > Wayne
Beer Available At Teresaís Next Door (arranged by most recent)
Local Option Mourning Wood 93, Evil Twin The Porthole 87, Southampton Imperial Russian Stout 100, TrŲegs Scratch 145 82, Oude Quetsche Tilquin ŗ líAncienne 100, Oxbow / Coppertail Grizacca 97, Oxbow Loretta 94, De la Senne Jambe-de-Bois 96, Russian River Pliny the Elder 100, Russian River Damnation 98, Dock Street Caliente Golden Ale , Brewfist X-Ray 97, Summit Oatmeal Stout 95, Bullfrog Strange Orange , Zure van Tildonk 2013 No.1 90, Magic Rock Cannonball 97, De la Senne Manneken-Penn 84, Freigeist Sour Porter Kirsche 55, Freigeist Biere de Vie 63, Oxbow / Stillwater Original Deluxe
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jmm635 (89) Havertown, Pennsylvania | October 9, 2008| Updated June 10, 2010
70 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 15/20
Great little Belgian place in Wayne! About 20 beers on tap with maybe around 100-150 bottles. Very nice selection and the beers on tap rotate frequently. The beer menu includes a detailed description of ever draught beer. The wall behind the bar has every type of glass imaginable. Food is pretty good. A few types of mussels (favorite is the dirty) and very good fries. Service is hit or miss. Definitely give it a try if you are in the area. This is a quality Belgian bar, without having to wait an hour+ for a table at Monkís.
dmac (34) Toms River, New Jersey | June 17, 2008
92 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 18/20
Talk about a beer oasis in the middle of a small town, this place blew me away. Visited on a Friday afternoon with two other RBerians on an all day PA beer trek. Teresaís has the upscale ambiance of a martini bar/lounge but with a beer list that boasts 26 taps, over 200 bottles with no macro shit and tons and tons of visible glassware this place won my heart very quickly. The beer menu itself is very impressive with a description of each selection, the alcohol content, the size of the pour and price. Bottles are broken dwon into country of origin with a hefty nod going towards the Belgians. The food was good and served quickly. Service was attentive and the bartender was very friendly and since 2 out of 3 of us had on beer tshirts it easily turned into a conversation centered on the best topic out there. If your within an hour of this place itís a definite donít miss.
agl108 (30) Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania | March 17, 2008
88 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 18/20
Visited 3 times now, usually after a trip to the BeerYard. Fantastic food. The mussels are a must. Everthing else Iíve tried (from sandwich to filet mignon) has been above average as well. Superb draft and bottle selection with frequent rotation. Reasonable pricing. The domestic micro offerings could be improved. It gets crowded on Friday and Saturday nights, prepare to wait for a while if you are looking to eat. Overall, a top notch beer bar.
beer19087 (4) | March 1, 2008
98 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 20/20
Oustanding new place 26 tap beers with 2 being beer engines and over 220 bottled beer. Great wood burning grill try the burgers and fries but start with hte mussels. I the dirty mussles they were very good and the broth with bread is great.
And you have to see the glassware.
MrBendo (16) Swedesboro, New Jersey | February 23, 2008| Updated September 16, 2008
84 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 16/20
26 taps with no macro filler. Staff was helpful and knowledgeable. Good bottle selection, but more expensive than most (Damnation was $16) Make sure you donít get there for lunch, because they open at 4.
billk (59) Coeur díAlene, Idaho | February 16, 2008
80 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 16/20
Nice, mostly Belgian tap bar with booths and tables. Rather spendy with Belgians at about $6/7 glass. Gets packed tight on Friday & Saturday evenings. The Mussels were quite good but the bratwurst sandwich didnít do much for me. Delirium Tremens, Dupont Saison, La Chouffe, St Bernardus Abt 12, and others enjoyed here on tap. Also micros on tap for less $. Large bottle selection.
chronictonic (51) Oreland, Pennsylvania | September 29, 2007| Updated July 9, 2009
38 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 2/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD 3/10 VALUE 2/10 OVERALL 3/20
re-reviewed: Itís been about year since we were here last, and my how the mighty have fallen. Prices are outrageous - $7.00+ for 9oz beers, $9.00 for a salad, $12.00 for a burger. Wife ordered a burger medium - came out raw (I like rare and I would have sent this back). I had the Cuban sandwich - dry "smoked" pork, serrano ham that could not be found, one cornichon, very little mustard. I had to say it but Wawa makes a better Cuban sandwich. Ordered a Steamworks DIPA. Came in a goblet that was 1/3 foam. Waited 10 minutes for it to settle and ended up with a 1/3 empty glass (at $7.50). Called the bartender over and pointed out that I hadnít sipped it at all and it was 1/3 empty and his response was "the glass was too big". WTF!! FU pal - if the glass was too big, serve it in a smaller glass. This just makes you and your bar look like ass. We will NEVER be going here again (and weíve probably been here 3 or 4 times in the last 2 years). Good riddance.
below is my original review:
Went with another couple for dinner on a Saturday night. It was very crowded, and we were orignally told 45 minutes, but a table opened up and we got seated right away. Both IPAs listed on the tap menu were gone, and replaced with a Flying Dog dbl IPA (yuck) and Sierra Anniversary - a favorite but we have it at home now. Belgian selection was above average on tap. Nice bottle selection. Prices were high, but itís in Wayne - what do you expect. Service was abysmal. Waitress would take two drink orders and walk away (there were four of us). She forgot 2 parts of our entree order and we had to chase her down to get them. Wasnít very attentive looking for empty glasses. Hopefully sheís not indicitive of the rest of the service here. Would go back and try again.
TomDecapolis (69) Milton, Delaware | September 19, 2007| Updated December 3, 2007
90 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 18/20
What a great place! 26 beers on tap (two were hand pump). A whole bunch of bottles (American Craft Beer, Belgians and others). Ours server was all over it too. He knew his stuff and he really pushed the free samples. Didnít want us getting a full glass of something we didnít like. They have the glassware to match just about every beer they have in house. Non-smoking, no TVís (really trying to promote community!). I only had the Frites but they were great! Some interesting lookiing sandwiches on the menu in addition to some well put together entrees. Nice new decor and just a really impressive place. Exactly the type of place I would love to open up. This is going to be a must time each time I need to stop in the Beer Yard...which I will make a point to make sure is at least once a month! Had a Lou Pepe Framboise on tap from 2004!
mkobes (53) paramus, New Jersey | August 13, 2007
90 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 18/20
We were there on Sunday afternoon after stopping by the Beer Yard. When we entered they were playing the Grateful Dead. They had Pliny the Younger on tap and wow it was so fresh and hoppy. Great place. We shared a cheese plate. They also had Cantillon Lou Pepe Kriek 04 on tap. Pretty nice tap list. Great bottle list. Food menu was very nice. People are friendly and knowledgeable. Great new place. We really enjoyed it.
kkearn (22) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | August 1, 2007
80 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 16/20
Had dinner with my girlfriend on a Saturday evening. Friendly, attentive waitstaff. Draft list was extensive with excellent beers from a wide variety of styles. Bottle list was thorough as well. There were not any excessively rare beers on tap when we were there, but it is rumored that there are some rarities in the cellar. The food menu could have been larger, but each of us really enjoyed the food we ordered. Overall, a great new addition to the suburban Philly food and drink scene.
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