South Philly Tap Room

I spent a big part of the day tagging along with a friend, her boyfriend and her realtor as they looked as houses in South Philly. After three hours of power walking up and down streets south of Washington Ave. and going through more rowhouses than I can count, we needed food and headed to the South Philadelphia Tap Room.

I realize that the Tap Room has been open for at least a couple of years, but this was my first visit down there. Hopefully it won’t be the last though, because the beer list is amazing (this was the first time in my life I’ve come across a bar with organic beer on tap) and the food. Oh, the food. I had a Wild Boar Burrito that was filled to bursting with tender, spicy meat and topped with smoky sauce that had more than a little kick. It came with a mixed green salad that had a cooling ranch-style dressing drizzled on top. The plantain nachos (I nabbed a bite from the house hunter’s plate) were a tasty reinterpretation of a stand plate of nachos and the towering burger was filled with beef that had to be ground in-house. I’m already trying to find a time for my next visit.

3 Comments so far

  1. jon (unregistered) on November 3rd, 2007 @ 11:39 pm

    sounds tasty, but i’m still in love with the gobblerito :).


  2. jen (unregistered) on November 5th, 2007 @ 10:44 am

    the taproom is great! odd location but excellent food, music od of course beers galore.


  3. jen (unregistered) on November 5th, 2007 @ 10:44 am

    the taproom is great! odd location but excellent food, music and of course beers galore.



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