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.
kkearn (22) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | August 1, 2007
Had dinner with my girlfriend on a Saturday evening. Friendly, attentive waitstaff. Draft list was extensive with excellent beers from a wide variety of styles. Bottle list was thorough as well. There were not any excessively rare beers on tap when we were there, but it is rumored that there are some rarities in the cellar. The food menu could have been larger, but each of us really enjoyed the food we ordered. Overall, a great new addition to the suburban Philly food and drink scene.
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.
Good place. Nice atmosphere, slightly obnoxious staff, but friendly enough to be above average. Fairly knowledgeable and capable of answering questions. Good selection, pricey bottles, but draft tends to be about middle of the road when it comes to pricing. I think there were 12 varieties including 2 casks being poured when I went in the other night. The food was actually the highlight. The drunken mussels and pommes frittes were damn good. I will definitely be back, just not as frequently as if they were a bit less expensive.
Convenient, friendly with thought and attention to both their tap and bottle lists. Their website is kept up to date with the tap list which is appreciated. The bartenders are knowledgeable and helpful. They even spend time each day acquainting their wait staff with the day’s offerings (I have seen the manager pour samples and go over them).
Their special events are great. On Friday they had a Troegs night (complete with a firkin of Nugget Nectar) and perfect food pairings (I had reindeer stew with Naked Elf), Sunday was DIPA night (NN, Pliny, Ballast Point, etc) and Monday was buck-a-shuck! SWEET!
The only downside to this place is how fast you can run up a LARGE tab - whew.
Interesting place. Great beer selection. I like the tins on the walls of the breweries. Had a Blind Pig. Tons of awesome glassware for every possible beer style. Loved the Russian River bottle selection. Food was good too.
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.
MrBendo (16) Swedesboro, New Jersey | February 23, 2008| Updated September 16, 2008
26 taps with no macro filler. Staff was helpful and knowledgeable. Good bottle selection, but more expensive than most (Damnation was $16) Make sure you don’t get there for lunch, because they open at 4.
This place is fantastic! Outstanding selection of both drafts and bottles, very good/knowledgeable Bartender, and the most impressive Beer Glass collection I have ever seen - stretches 6 feet high and 60 feet long - length of the entire bar. Did not eat there but the food looked and smelled really good. I had the Racer 5 ale from the Cask (hand pump), Summit IRA, Weyerbacher India, and finished off with a nice Tripel Karmeliat in a bottle. Perhaps the best part of the night was that the Tripel Karmeliet mysteriously followed us to the vehicle afterwards! Can’t wait to visit this place again!
Nice upscale beer bar. Often has an allstar line up on draft including Port/Lost Abbey, Russian River, and Bells. Great bottle selection as well. Can be very empty but gets crowded very quickly. My fiance loves to come here in hopes of seeing the alleged Alexander Skaarsgard/Eric Northman look alike bartender, who has evaded us thus far. Food is very good and decently priced. Booths are big enough to accomodate large parties and facilitate a great evening.
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!