Great place along the SEPTA main line. Beer Selection is always changing..one of the few places that gets both Pliny The Elder & Younger. Food is very good and they offer large and small portions.The waitstaff are always friendly. A must visit place in the philly area
They are always rotating a good selection of micro’s on tap with several hand casks available. excellent bottle selection. the sampler has a gerenous amount of each beer. Good place to hang out and watch a game. Staff friendly and knowlegeable.
agl108 (30) Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania | April 6, 2009
Finally checked this place out after monitoring their draft list for months. Surprisingly empty bar area for a Saturday night. Several large plasmas, perfect for watching a game. Nice size draft list and even better bottle list. Food was slightly above average pub fare. Would definitely revisit but with Teresa’s and Capone’s closer that may be tough to do.
though this bar is a little open and bright for my taste, the service and food coupled with a top notch beer selecion (great cellar aged options) make this place one of my favorites. prices might be a little on the high side but its hard to complain when the selection is so good.
jmm635 (89) Havertown, Pennsylvania | October 20, 2008| Updated July 9, 2012
Stopped in on a Saturday afternoon around 4. Obviously, the place wasn’t very busy, so we got some really nice service from the waiter. He really knew his stuff and made a few suggestions from the lengthy draft and bottle list. They had dogfish head 120 on tap and I got a free glass because it was the bottom of the keg and not an entirely full glass. Food was pretty good. Nearly everything is cooked with beer! I will definitely be going back soon.
Been back many times since my first rating. Beer list is always spectacular and the food is great. Try the Boursin cheese burger!
One of the top 2 or 3 beer bars in the Suburbs of Philly... Good food, and an amazing selection(esp bottles)... I agree about the beer menu’s, absolutely hands down every time i go i get lost trying to decide, and i think part of my indecision lays in the extensiveness of the beer menu... Great Bar..
One of the best in the burbs. Great food and a killer selection. Sports bar meets beer bar meets gastropub style food. My kind of place. Some staff is more in tune with the beer selection than others, but even if you get a less knowledgeable server they have the most extensive beer menus I have ever seen, anywhere, in the whole world, really anywhere. Do you get my point about the menus yet?
billk (60) Coeur d’Alene, Idaho | January 27, 2008
Nothing special about the atmosphere, and the bar area is quite loaded with cigarette and cigar smoke (Sunday afternoon), but the selection is interesting and plentiful (especially considering the bottle selection) for this area. Didn’t have any food this time but plan a return for the Stout day in Feb. (afternoon to hopefully avoid the smoke).
6 ers of Orval for take out @ $24.
roan22 (4) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | June 14, 2007| Updated February 19, 2009
TJ’s everyday is located in Paoli, in a shopping center set off Rt. 30, between the Paoli train station and the Burger King (same side of the street). You might blow right by it so be looking for these landmarks. The atmosphere in the bar is kind-of minimalist, renovated , clean but a bit too bright and cold for my taste( the stone tile floor adds to the draftyness). This bar’s strengths are its rotating tap selection...local and mega- beer geek lovin’ brands and choices abide (Founders, Weyerbacher, Bells, Sly Fox, Victory, Legacy, Rogue, Troegs, Russian River, etc.). Also the food is best I’ve ever had in a beerbar, or brewpub, anywhere, and that says a lot because I am P-I-C-K-Y. TJ’s offers a beer guidebook/menu and food/beer pairings on the menu. Cheers TJ’s!