Reviews on Bar food in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, United States. Wynnewood is a suburban unincorporated community, west of Philadelphia, that straddles Lower Merion Township, Montgomery County and Haverford Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States. It was named in 1691 for Dr. Thomas Wynne, William Penn's physician and the first Speaker of the Pennsylvania General Assembly. Lower Merion Township is the fifth-most-affluent town in the United States. Wynnewood is one of many neighborhoods on the historic Pennsylvania Main Line, and is the home of institutions such as Lankenau Hospital, St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Palmer Theological Seminary, and Friends' Central School.
4 based on 19 reviews
Whiskey and Craft cocktails, California wines, Craft Beer and Throw Back American Food. Beautiful outdoor space in the courtyard!
What a fabulous restaurant! 4 of us shared a bunch of small plates and each one was better than the next. The service was excellent and the atmosphere was intimate with a noise level that allowed for easy Conversation. Will go back!!!
4 based on 39 reviews
The Greeks is a fun place to have a beer and a snack or sandwich. The wait staff is very friendly, the food is very good, and the prices are very reasonable. I have never had a full dinner there,but the bar food is excellent. Quizzo nights are fun too.
4 based on 129 reviews
New American cuisine prepared in a scratch kitchen, paired with an on-site brewery producing fresh, award-winning beers, all in a friendly, comfortable atmosphere. Happy Hour specials available Monday-Friday from 4pm-6pm. Reservations are accepted for lun
I've got to say that depending on which location, you dine, the rating will change. Overall, the food is okay, service is always excellent. The noise and overcrowding makes it not worth it for me. I rated it 3 stars, because a certain crowd may see it as a fun bar spot.
4 based on 128 reviews
14 of us (including 3 children) dined at Not Your Average Joeâs in Suburban Square on Saturday evening. We sat upstairs at 2 tables joined together for our large party. Our waiter Henry was terrific. Drinks were good and the Arnold Palmers were too. Everyone really enjoyed their food and everything was served hot and portions were good. Some of the entrees ordered were the chicken parm, the grilled chicken, chicken piccata, scallops, sirloin tips and meatloaf. I had the scallops and they were delicious! My granddaughter sat next to me and ordered the chicken parm and we giggled when we saw the large portion that was placed in front of her. Half went home for lunch the next day. In fact quite a few brought leftovers home. Coffee was delicious. We had promised the kids water ice in the way home so we did not order dessert. Some of us were dressed up and some more casual and all were comfortable. I would definitely go back.Hello - I am so glad to hear that you all enjoyed everything and especially pleased that Henry provided such excellent service. I will make sure that he is recognized by his General Manager for a job well done.We'll be looking forward to seeing you all again real soon.Thanks!
4 based on 55 reviews
I reviewed McSheas previously and said it is hit or miss. Last night was a complete miss and we will probably never return. I truly hate being served lukewarm food and I believe there is no excuse for it. When my husband complained his food was cold, our server became surly. She took his plate away in a huff. The mussels I ordered were not piping hot but edible. They were also on the small side and covered in way too much marinara.Usually, on a Friday night, the place is quite busy. Last night was fairly empty - I'm thinking people are finding better places to eat.
4 based on 78 reviews
O.K, let me begin by saying that you can't go wrong with the food. The chicken wings are exceptional. The prime rib special is great. Dinner salads are always fresh and satisfying - real greens. The chicken marsala, shepherd's pie, lobster ravioli, and baked salmon are never disappointing. If you want simpler fare they have a good selection of burgers and sandwiches. I don't really indulge anymore but I know that their desserts continue to be awesome. Also they are competitive in their beer selection with the two breweries in town.The one thing that prevents a top score is the noise level. This is a small tavern and when it is crowded the sound can be very loud indeed! Most of the time we have gone has been on the weekends admittedly but it is a popular place and dinnertime all week draws a good crowd. If you're O.K. with noise and don't plan on having an intimate talk with your significant other by all means don't hesitate!
4 based on 148 reviews
White Dog Cafe has been engaging its local community with award-winning contemporary American cuisine, since 1983 in Philadelphia and since 2010 in Wayne. Known for creative menus, using the highest quality farm-fresh ingredients and humanely raised meats
WOW! first time here. We had spent two days in downtown Philadelphia and were meeting my fiance's relatives at this restaurant, which was 20 minutes from their house. 6 of us. Honestly, this restaurant is definitely 5-stars. Incredible service and wish i could remember her name. Knew the menu so well and even took time to get a gluten free roll for one of our guests while we snacked on the other rolls.Cucumber and salmon mouse sandwich for me and I kept sneaking french fries from my fiance's plate - outstanding. The quality of the food and the great choices (rotating menus with the seasons) made me wish i could have eaten here more times!Truly a treat and such a well decorated restaurant too! Very popular place for lunch - place was very crowded for lunch!
4 based on 52 reviews
My husband and I have eaten at Anthony's in Wynnewood twice (once we went with another couple). On both occasions the staff was friendly, efficient and helpful. However, the food was average. We have had the pizza, salad, sandwiches and wings. It was all good but nothing to make us go back for.
4 based on 151 reviews
Had a very nice lunch- tacos and beers - with a business associate. Service very good and staff friendly and accommodating. Tacos were crispy chicken- three on a board. I would order again! Lunch event was spoiled by an overzealous Havertown parking nazi who wrote me a ticket in an unmarked, no meter spot. Thanks Havertown..
4 based on 182 reviews
These guys know GOOD Beer and they make it even better. It appears they got inspiration from the great farmhouse breweries in Belgium and then combined their knowledge of beer making with good old American ingenuity --- voila â they created some master brews, all balanced, but demonstrating what an imaginative and passionate bunch they are. Fuzzy Green, a Cucumber IPA or Milkshake IPA (Extra Vanilla Double) or the Ourison, a lengthy cask conditioned Saison. Everything is produced locally, on-site, in small batches, and with the freshest, high quality ingredients. The beertenders are knowledgeable, friendly and helpful. Parking available in their lot. I picked up several 4-packs to enjoy at home.
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