Great atmosphere, nice decor.Spacious booths. Ordered food who was served very quickly, good selection of beer.
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Decor is very reflective of a traditional Irish pub, but beer on tap is far from the end of the rainbow; flat and lines are clearly not cleaned which is why there is no carbonation in your glass. Food experience was par; not spectacular nor...More
Just got to Philly and this was my first stop. What a gem! Fantastic staff (thank you Jennifer). Even better food and really reasonable prices. Will be back ....Can't recommend this place enough!
We visited for dinner ahead of a show nearby. The food and service was very good despite packed conditions. Servers struggled to get though aisles since patrons were waiting tables and bar seats. They did the best they could.
We were here for an early dinner, the chicken wings were HUGE, and so were the curly fries. After seeing their extensive bourbon menu we decided that a liquid dinner might be better.... After many shots we had desserts - which sadly no ones ever...More
We eat at Moriarty's at least twice a year when we have theater tickets at the Walnut Street Theater because they give us a 20% discount. Dinner is almost always crowded and the dining room on the first floor very noisy so conversation is difficult....More
We were in town today and planned to hit the Reading Terminal Market for a late lunch. Since it was closed because of the holiday (Duh!) we did a quick Google search for a nearby eatery that was notable. Moriarty's fit the bill when we...More
Their traditional Irish dishes are only available after 5 pm. We chose the soft pretzel appetizer which was heated in a microwave so it was tough and didn’t seem to have been made on site. The Reuben was open face and decent. We aren’t beer...More
In 4 days we went here twice. The wings were great, the service was very friendly, and the atmosphere is very charming. I would definitely return, if I were in Philly again!
Our first night out in Philadelphia we wanted to go casual and I as usual wanted a good PA beer. Asked at the front desk of the Alexander Inn, where we were staying, and were told of this Irish Pub that was within walking distance....More