Had dinner here and enjoyed it, nice place staff was nice, food was solid. 8 drafts nothing unusual. The bottles were expensive. Wine list was better. Good place to eat and drink. As a beer place? Meh.
Hipster place in the middle of everything. Beer list was ok, if not stellar. Food was salads and sandwiches. For the upscale atmosphere, I was surprised there weren’t more beer and food options of higher value. Staff very attentive for this little place.
Slick bar situated by Rittenhouse Square in busy downtown. There’s a well though out draft selection that’s worth dropping in to see what’s on. The beers seem to turnover regularly at this joint. The bartender was friendly and happy to chat about the beers. I didn’t eat here but the food looked lovely and gets rave reviews. One to look out for.
Visited for the first time on June 18, 2013, for supper. Nice little restaurant, this look high-class look, but it’s very casual. The personal is very nice, fast, friendly and without pressure. The menu for the smaller than the other places I visited in Philly, except for Nodding Head, but at least it is quality beer. And speaking of quality, the food is exceptional. I ate a salad which is unusual for me, but it was delicious, grilled chicken with bacon, raisins and some kind of cheese between strong chedar and Oka. One of the best restaurants with a craft beer selection I’ve ever been to!
Have been here many times. Being from NYC I always get to try something different when I come here. Last time they had some Russian River Damnation which was a real treat. The place is tiny but great service and food.
Yes a wine bar vibe, but the food is really good, and the tap selection, though limited, is very well thought out, with unique selections that are hard to find. I had a great Port Brewing Summer Pale Ale that blew me away (very dry and Hoppy). I will definitely return.