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.
A great small, two-floor Philly pub with a bunch of taps upstairs and downstairs and a respectable bottle list. The food I had was great - some kind of steak and mushroom sandwich. A few great beers on tap as well, some hard-to-find bullfrog and some Belgian stuff especially. Good service, and friendly clients.
An OK stop if youíre in this part of Philly. Itís an extremely cramped, dark space thatís hard to navigate when itís crowded. The list was dominated by pretty common Belgian offerings. US beer geeks who donít travel much would probably be more excited by the list than I was. Still, itís probably a nice change of pace from most other beer spots in the city. Service was good, prices were decent.
The other Belgian beer bar in Philly. The service was very slow and the food was alright Belgian bar fare. A very nice draft list and extensive bottle selection make up the for the mediocre food and service. Much more relaxed and not as stuffy as Monks.
Ambiance: Small and cramped feeling even on a slow Sunday night. Dim lights are fine, but I donít feel cozy here. Service: Service was slow and the beers on tap werenít properly updated. I was turned down twice because the beers I wanted had kicked. Service was unacceptably slow. It took 30 minutes for 4 beers to get to my table, 10 more for the cocktail. This wasnít even a busy night. Selection: Decent selection, but Monkís has it beat from my experiences at both. Value: The prices werenít bad, but the service hurt. Overall: Go to Monkís if you want a Belgian bar, go to Khyber if you want a good beer bar in the area.
jdb288 (98) Wake Forest , North Carolina | August 11, 2014
Canít argue with the history here or the beer list. Itís an extensive list.
Service was abysmal; bartender was chatting up the folks he knew next to us and ignoring us completely. Never offered a draft list. Oh well. Didnít come to see him.
Good selection and cozy spot near Penns Landing. I bet this place gets mobbed in peak times.
I had no preconceived notions of this place when I showed up but I was pleasantly surprised. Over all the tap selection wasnít amazing but it was good. I say pleasantly surprised because somehow they ended up with (what they claim was) one of only three kegs of the new Bullfrog Le Roar druiven beer. There was no line or anything. Maybe they didnít announce it? Or maybe no one cares about Bullfrog anymore. Who knows. All I know is that I got a 10oz glass of it and a seat at the bar. The beer was really good too. Awesome stuff. They have the bottle list up on the wall near the entrance opposite the bar. Itís ridiculously long but like most bottle lists there is some filler in there.
The bartender was preoccupied with serving customers but he did take a minute to tell me about the Bullfrog beer. I like this place. Itís got the Belgian bar theme going and itís less crowded than Monks and itís in the historic district. Beyond the Le Roar though I didnít see a lot on tap that Iíd come back specifically for. Still though, itís a nice place and would stop in again if in the area.