Visited twice early May 2016. Smallish place that would likely get crowded fast, nice when we were there though. Fast service, nice tap list. Iíd go back again for sure! Across the street from the 2nd Story brewery, also very close to Khyber and Revolution House.
Smelled like crap. After drinking one beer I left smelling like stinky, greasy food. I thought the beer was somewhat overpriced and there was not that much seating. There was an upstairs that I did not visit. If you are into foreign beers I would give it a chance.
Super tight and cozy (read: hole in the wall), though I havenít yet been upstairs, so Iím giving myself an incomplete. Friendly and relaxed, very dark and nearly oozing with history. Bottle list is large and gives a robust trip through Belgium, taps a little more hit or miss but usually offering something more than a little interesting. Helps anchor that block/two area that makes Old City such a magnet for beer.
Another cosy Philly pub that focuses on Belgian ales and their US equivalents. There wasnít much to entice me on the draft options. but thatís more due to wanting to try something new. Many common Belgian beers that also show up across the bottle list. Good service but it was early week and pretty quiet. No doubt Iíll drop by again for another visit.
When I visited: Late September 2014. What I had: Draft pint of Founders Centennial IPA, bottle of Duck-Rabbit Porter and the Duck Framboise for me; pint of Delirium Tremens, glass of sauvignon blanc and the Brugge Chicken Sandwich for my fiancť; Beneluxx Belgian Frietjes to split.
What I liked: Laidback and inviting pub atmosphere; bartender was amicable, efficient and had a great sense of humour; expansive draft and bottle list with a focus on Belgian and American offerings; very tasty food; all beers are served in their proper glassware.
What I disliked: Was disappointed that there werenít any sours on tap when we visited; Stella and Fruli detract from an otherwise respectable draft lineup; some of the bottles are quite pricey; my porter was just okay.
Would I go back? Yes. Despite its flaws Eulogy is still a first-rate beer bar and restaurant, and we enjoyed our overall experience here.