Philadelphia brewery/pub/tavern Restaurant Reviews
Welcome to our Philadelphia brewery/pub/tavern restaurant reviews guide where you'll find top restaurants off the beaten path, both locally owned and chain. In fact, some of the best restaurants in the Philadelphia just might be the little mom and pop operations flying under the radar. For some of the best picks in Philadelphia, you've come to the right place.
Our Philadelphia restaurant reviews guide can help you make sense of the thousands of options out there. Happy eating!
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“Teresa "Hogan" Gleason is a thief and the world should know about it before supporting her business. She refuses to return a security deposit or provide proper documentation for the coffee shop across the street from the bar. She took a $3,000 security deposit, which is 6x more than the propose... ” (08/12/2007)
“Excellent!! The food and the ambience couldn't have been any better. Our waitress was very friendly and attentive too. I would highly recommend to anyone who loves excellent food along with a truly historical experience.” (08/04/2007)
“Great food and service. Love that we could shoot a game of pool and catch some music afterwards. Weekends are great to bring the family. Before 3pm kids meals are 1/2 off!” (01/07/2001)
“After visiting the Art Museum, we were looking for a place for an early dinner. We found Bridgid's with a Belgian beer happy hour. The bar wasn't smoky, it was friendly, and the beers were fabulous. We moved into the back for a fairly early dinner. Finally . . . we have found a true bistro! Bri... ” (08/22/2000)
“Tucked away on 24th street, this place is the best and I find myself returning, even though I try to hit a different place regularly. It has a style all of its own since the renovations. The food is delicious and the prices are unbelievable. One word, what you save on food, you can easily exhaust on... ” (01/11/2000)
“The oldest ale house in the city, this place oozes character. The place is frequented by the young professionals and professional students on Tuesdays, fridays and Saturdays. Don't be intimidated by its alley location and the occasional transvestite on the street, this is an incredible heterosexual... ”