Went for the first time last night and had a great time. Luckily we timed it just right, arrived just after the end of the Phillies game, and were able to get a table in the bar. You enter from the side, into the bar area, and can request bar or dining room seating. As you can imagine the dining room is much quiter as the bar got a little loud as the night went along. Either way, the bar is much more festive and where you'll find me.
There is one big rounded booth in the front, about seven high 6-top tables along the wall, another three or so 4-top tables and maybe 15 seats at the bar. There are four televisions spread throughout the bar all with good sight lines. Definitely a good place to gather with a group and watch a game. Monday's are dollar dog days during Phillies games...can't beat that.
The menu is great and has something for pretty much everyone. A good appetizer menu, burgers, big plates, salads, and daily specials that are a little more "upscale." Last night they had a smoked pork chop for $19 and an ahi tuna kabob for $18. We split a bunch of items - mini corn dogs with three dipping sauces (very tasty with a good batter, not heavy at all), sweet potato fries with curry sauce (perfectly cooked fries but the curry sauce was a little too thin), crispy fish tacos with chipotle cream (really great - good portion size which paired perfectly with a light batter), and "dirty chips" (think nachos but with perfectly crisp chips and a blue cheese fondue on top with green onions & bacon - superb).
The real star (if that's even possible at this point) is the beer. 25 craft beers on tap with another load in bottle or can. You can do a flight of 12 for $35 (6 oz. pour). The menu states you can get an 8 oz. or 16 oz. serving but after investigating my juice cup this morning it seems the smaller serving is 6 oz. and not 8 oz...either way a good way to sample a lot of different beers. Locals like Evolution, Victory, Troegs & Dogfish are prevalent on tap but there's also 21st Amendment, Stone, RJ Rocker, Rodenbach, and some other great choices.
There are daily specials during the week, a solid happy hour (wish they had some food specials during happy hour as it seems its only for drinks), the newly introduced mug membership club which gets you a discount on brews for a yearly fee. Lastly, they have a monthly beer dinner which is a lengthy coarse affair paired with a great beer selection for $60/person; the menu for July look amazing!
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