meal great service great, dining in the back in dining room. looks like its a bar but really a rest.
1 - 10 of 33 reviews
We started our night with a drink at the bar -- happy hour prices were in effect, the bar was not crowded, and the bartender was friendly and helpful. Proceeded to dinner (party of 5) in the dining room at the back of the place....More
Bad over priced food Trying to be fancy but just a dump with a bad atmosphere I would go only if you like wasting money and like bad food
This was an outstanding experience, everything was done very creatively and the food was absolutely delicious. Farm to table with extraordinary skill, and very accommodating to food allergy issues.
A slow Sunday, so we and a few others had the place to ourselves. Bartenders were so attentive, knew their stuff and provided tastes of wines before we committed. I'm not a cocktail person, but now I am sold thanks to them. Excellent recommendations and...More
We were recently in Philadelphia for 2.5 weeks while a family member was in the hospital. While the trips back and forth from the hospital sucked we were lucky enough to learn that our family member lives on the same block as this gem. It...More
Great place!!! Farm to table menu. The bread and tomatoes were very good. The apple and butternut squash soup was out of this world. What's melding of flavors. Loved it. We split that dish and they brought it out in two bowls. We followed that...More
This is a delicious and fun restaurant in Queen Village near the Delaware River in Philadelphia. Southwark is only a block away from South Street. It has an old style feel to it with a long and winding oak bar as you enter the restaurant....More
This is one of the best restaurants I have ever eaten at! You can tell the food was prepared with much thought and care! The flavors blend together so well and make your mouth water! We had a lamb dish that was amazing! My family...More
We tried this place on a whim because we couldn't get in to Vernick or Talulas. I'm glad we did. They had good selection of wines, and the waiter was knowledgeable about them as well as his rye and bourbon selections. Starters: The cheeses were...More