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.
Visited yesterday before heading into Tired Hands. Ambiance was nice. Very long bar with plenty of seating. That reminded me a bit of the Moeder Fontainas location in Brussels. AMAZING selection of glassware behind the bar. That goes into ambiance, but will also be included in selection. Service was spectacular. The bartender was funny, engaging, and clearly into good beer. Draft selection was fantastic, with a nice mixture of import and domestic. All quality. We didn’t really eat, so I can’t comment there, though I will compliment the cheese that came with the Tripel van de Garre. Gret value and overall just a very fun place. This will become a go-to stop for us.
Steeeve (36) Ambler, Pennsylvania | May 1, 2011| Updated June 11, 2012
Nice long bar with plenty of booths and tables. Not much space between the bar and tables so it can get cramped during a rush, especially during beer events. No TVs! Service is fantastic. Bartenders are attentive even when standing two-deep at the bar, and all are very well trained on beer, food, and pairings. Food is excellent. I love the gyro and the rotating wild game burgers, and the bacon-wrapped scallops are some of the best things I’ve ever eaten. Beer selection is great, a large number of Belgian and American drafts, a couple of hand pumps, and an extensive bottle list. Nothing is cheap, but it’s on the Main Line so let’s be real about it. Draft prices aren’t bad, comparable and in some cases better than Capone’s. I think this is my second favorite bar in the world after Max’s in Baltimore. Everything just reeks of awesomeness.
Great place to go if you don’t feel like driving into Philly. They always have a great seasonal selection on draft and a bottle list that’s just fun to look at. It is really expensive to eat and drink there, so even though the food is good, I would only eat there for now on.
Teresa’s Next Door is a lovely, beautiful bar. Decorated modestly, with a gorgeous, solid oak bar. The selection of brews is fantastic, the servers are friendly, outgoing and helpful, and the food is great. With glasses for nearly every brew, this bar is stacked. A real gem on the Main Line. I get beers here at least three times a week. Highly recommended.
Lunch stop before leaving town. Parked around the corner at a pay spot. Not busy at lunchtime. Great service. Taplist was impressive but no real whales on it. They did have a gueuze on tap, plus a Hill Farmstead offering. Didnt check the bottle list. They did have pours of Xyauyu Gold which was nice cause I was dreading the $50 bottle cost for that one. Food was decent. Overall a good experience and one I would be happy to repead
lunch visit ... parking was on wayne ave with parking kiosk ... long bar with booth seating on right side ... bar taps in the middle with scotchs on the whole left side of the bar and bourbon all on the right extensive menus for both ... beer offering had lots of rarer but simple Belgians and a few US micro and local brews ... you definitely come here for the food but the beer offering is very solid ... the menu is very eccentric, but well put together ... it was very hard to pick just one thing to eat the lamb kebab was insane and bunny bites were different ..... had a bottle list with a lot of common brews but I scored some super rare Abyss cognac and abyss Whiskey bottles with 20% for take out .... bartender was sweet, knowledgeable and gave great food recommendations .... very clean place and the food and beer service were prompt ... if this wasn’t out of the way I would come here very often .... the reputation definitely did not disappoint and the prices were very fair
recent visit for lunch..been trying to get here for years...parking isn’t a problem with pay lots across street..place is split in two...went right upon walkin in..long bar that runs most of the place with tables parralel to bar..proper glassware galore and a pretty stellar draft list and bottle list..one of few places in world where you can get de garre on draft..russian river and hill farmstead were available as well but nothing exceptional from both on my visit..food really was good, cheese plate was well put together, got 3 cheeses with 1 meat..american type country ham benton from tn i believe which was excellent...cheese board was great but would be nice if you could get a price fix 3 cheeses 2 meats deal for about 25 bucks...board seemed pricey but was good..apparently on Sunday they have 1/2 price cheeses..mussels, tacos, chicken kebob, and burger were all very tasty..really liked that I could get a taster sample of a few things..beer prices are really pretty good for some world class stuff..bit bummed that they didn’t have a few more HF selections, or that a Cantillon reserve bottle wasn’t an option, but hey it is nice to have expectations..stayed with the Belgian theme and had a De La Senne and also a Russian River draft..All in all for my book this place lived up to the hype..the bottle list had a few really well priced gems that those in the know can spot out for sure...can see how this might be mobbed around dinner time..worth a visit for sure...
Wow! I’m not sure if I’ve ever been to a better beer bar than this! An incredible beer menu with very good servers that are quite beer savvy. They also feature a pretty exotic and delicious food menu. The beers are very fairly priced as well. I go to try Ale Smith’s Speed Way, Russian River’s Pliny, and Baladin’s Xyauyu amongst a few other in 1 sitting!!! Incredible!