Went here with JRedmond and PatFannon. In a nice, family friendly, downtown area with lots of upstale shopping and restaurants nearby. Teresa’s is divided into two areas... the important one is to the right - has the bar and some bench seating. Fairly upscale place. For a Saturday night it was crowded but waited at the bar over pints for about 45minutes until a table freed up. About 20 taps.. atleast a hand full I’ve never heard of. More impressive is the bottle menu (discount if having to go) … boasting Port/Lost Abbey, Russian River, Stone, etc. A wide variety of styles too. The bartenders do their best to match the beer to the best corresponding glass. Food is outstanding.. We had the Pomme Frites, Mussels (A++), and Meat/Cheese/Fruit sampler. All were large portions and reasonable. A great bar and restaurante.. Worth the trip outside of the city.
jredmond (297) New York, New York | January 12, 2010| Updated March 16, 2013
Ive frequented Teresa’s a few times while up at Villanova. The place has a great ambiance, nicely lit, nice bar running parallel with boothes. Staff is friendly and bartenders are very knowledgable. The draft list is always impressive as well as the bottles available. I’d recommend this place to anyone is relative proximity.
Great beer slection, good service even when very busy, and the best mussels.
41cubs (24) , New Jersey | October 15, 2009| Updated July 17, 2011
Great town to take a walk in and enjoy the surroundings. Teresa’s is extremely busy so know this ahead of time. I was there on an average weekday night so I can only imagine a weekend. Really creative, somewhat alternative menu options that seemed to be executed very well. I only had one sandwich (wild boar ham and venison salami) but it was great. Selection is about as good as any body could possibly ask for. The drafts were plentiful and of very high quality, I think I recall about 20 total. Great, rare stuff in bottles as well. Decent service, but again hardcore slammin busy that night. Not a great feel of the place but with some age and love I’m sure it will come around. UPDATE: Been back since. Go for lunch instead of dinner and it absolutely rules. Great, knowledgeable table service and really good food including mussels. Not one complaint when it’s not super busy.
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.
Been there twice now and cannot wait to return. Feels like home. Excellent rotating taps and huge bottle selection. Had a Cantillon Cuvee des Champions last night, didn’t think there were many in the states. Excellent service and all proper glassware of which they have what seems like an infinite amount. Beautiful layout as well. Bar on the left and booths on the right, well lit and very clean. Friendly staff even when we get loud. The beer is really wonderful here though. My only complaint is that its a little pricey but its Wayne. I’ll live and keep going back.
20080613 Nice place with an excellent variety to their selection. The beer list was a joy to peruse. The bartender was attentive although it should be noted that we were the only three in the place. The food was good, though a bit on the pricey side. I will definitely return if I am in the area.
Came for Chimay’s 25 Anniversary (celebrating 25 years of Chimay in the US. Also a free glass....server was very friendly and quite generous with the free samples...nice clean appearance to the bar....a wonderful glassware and beer selection...as well as one of the most unique bathroom sinks...:)
jmm635 (89) Havertown, Pennsylvania | October 9, 2008| Updated June 10, 2010
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 Monk’s.
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. Teresa’s 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 it’s a definite don’t miss.