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 I’ve 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.
This is the greatest beer bar in America. It’s got 200 beers and they are all the best beers. What most people don’t 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 can’t 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.
Over 300 beers and everything I asked for was in stock and perfect. Most knowlegble bartenders I ever met in all my beer travels. Food was fantastic, we started at Eulogy, went to another Belgian joint and returned to Eulogy which is by far the best in Philadelphia
Nice place to grab a beer. Small, dimly lit, very laid back. Staff are very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the beers being served. Was there around the holidays, so only winter/Christmas beers were on tap. Bottle selection was fantastic, nothing really rare, but large enough selection to make the decision process difficult. Food was good, had the mussels and frites which were very tasty. Will definitely go back when I get a chance.
Went their last night with some co-workers. Started the night off with one of my favorietes St. Bernardus Abt 12, only because their seclection was so gigantic I wanted to buy time while I sorted through the possibilites. The best beer available they have, a couple of really great selections on tap. I love this place, I would go everyday if I could.
Nice quaint pub with great beer and great food. I had some sausage and beans while my fiance had mussels. She raved about the food. The beers on tap were a tad pricey, but every one but 3 where from Belgium and were fresh and delicious. The bartender has lots of knowledge of the beers and help pair the beers with the food.
I went to Monks first (which was necessary), but was then introduced to Eulogy...wow! This place has great food, a better selection, I just wish it was in Center City, closer to Tenth Pres! (Simeon Trust, 2009, Marion C, Sarah C. and Skip)
Visited April 15 2006, a hopping Saturday night. No room on the 2nd floor, and thus no Prima Pils on tap for me, sigh....but that was of little consequence, as the service, atmosphere and selection were all top-notch. Half a dozen beers I hadn’t had (rare for me), very cool and knowldedgeable bartenders, and surprisingly relaxed given the business level. I’m not going to rate the food as I only had fries, but they were among the best I’ve had. Top recommendation, wish I’d visited Monks on this trip for a direct comparison but I suspect this would hold its own.