The place is very nice, relaxed atmosphere. Food is very good (not a big choices menu) but very good quality, deserts were excellent. The big variety of drinks maybe confusing for some . Service was quick and friendly.
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My husband, son and I walked here for a quick lunch after seeing the auto show. I usually get beer for lunch, but really couldn’t figure out the options, so had wine instead. Which was terrific. My beet salad was delicious as were the latkes....More
Whenever we need a good default spot, my husband and I shoot for Tria Taproom. It's always a good decision! The burger is a personal favorite, and the wine on tap menu is always interesting and allows for adventurous and satisfying choices! My husband loves...More
Great long beer list presented on an IPad, relaxed atmosphere, delicious food served with a smile. Fennel sausage flatbread, Mahi tacos to be recommended. Only gripe was error in my order that I was too tired/ hungry to point out (spinach & artichoke dip rather...More
We came here for a late lunch on a Saturday afternoon. We ordered the Saintsbury Pinot noir. The wine was good even though we thought the pour was a little small. Each glass was $12.50 each. We ordered the fried calamari, which was very tender...More
Favorite place to drink in Philly when I visit. Great beers, nice cozy vibe. But don't be too adventuresome. Call me a purist, but sometimes I just want a good lager or stout and they have them here.
While they have a vwide selection of beer and wine, be aware that the wine pours are tiny!! I complained to the staff and didn't get anything more than they do an exact 5 oz pour. I drink a lot of wine and it definitely...More
had this on our list of places to try in the city. was pretty pleased except for the beer menu. thought they needed a few more IPA's to choose from. with so many craft breweries in and around the city, just thought there would be...More
One of the best beer lists in the city that offers delicious imports and great US craft beers. The servers are very knowledgeable and their recommendations are usually very good. Servers are trained weekly on the new additions at Tria's "school".
The hubby and I stopped by Tria for lunch. We shared the wings (which were DELISH and thoughtful), for mains I got the fish tacos and he got the burger, we split the fries. I love wings with a twist, there was a savory chutney...More