Popped in for a beer. I had the the fall down brown . He had the otter creek rye ipa. Both good. Service great
Stayed at the DoubleTree across the street and came here for a late-ish dinner with the family after arrival. Small but excellent selection of craft brews on tap, served cold. Actually came back a couple of evenings during the week for a post-tourism nightcap with my beloved to try a couple more brews from their well-curated list. Food was very... More
Up the stairs, the place does have ambiance as it relates to the building and decor but the music sucked due to karaoke loving customers in control of juke box! Burger was well done not medium, returned for Reuben, cooking time too long, drinks are served in tiny goblets/glasses, even beer but the grilled cheese was super yummy! Fries are... More
Our first time here before "Wicked". Bar was noisy, but we were welcomed and shown to a corner table away from the noise. It was an unusually pleasant August evening and we were happy the windows were open and there was a breeze coming through. I had a really tasty grilled romaine salad, with a nice grilled chicken breast and... More
We just happened upon this gem. Amazing view of the city. I love the stairs. We sat at a corner table. I had the muddy waters ( catfish )tacos and they were divine. Our wait staff was patient and ver attentive. I love the menus on the wall as well. A very pub like fill with an amazing beer selection.... More
The beer list was solid, but not extraordinary given Philly craft brew standards. Service was friendly and accommodating. Food was also very solid...lamb burger was tasty and filling and the fries (advertised by our server as "fresh for every meal") were very good. The "grilled romaine" (fancy name for a Caesar Salad) was good but a little too small for... More
Just off the Avenue of the Arts, this pub has a great selection of beers and IPAs. The food was outstanding - we had fish & chips and a reuben sandwich. Nice atmosphere and good service. We'd certainly go back.
Generation of four ladies out for the day.Just saw Wicked at the Academey of Music and wanted kid friendly place.The Perch was great.View of the city with friendly bar atomsphere.I ordered theScott Filet sandwich,rib eye chopped fine with cheese onions and peppers on grilled bread ; yummy. Mom had the cashew chicken salad which was heavy on the chicken. my... More
Yes, the music was too loud and the acoustics terrible. But hey, it's about the food and the special -- lamb burger -- was outstanding. The brownie sundae dessert was just right too. Prices were okay considering the location and the view from the second floor.
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