South Philadelphia Tap Room might surprise the average eater. True, it does have tons of craft beers on-tap, as its name indicates. Bartenders pour Sly Fox O’Reilly’s Stout, Firestone Walker Wookie Jack, and Allagash White all night long. However, the gastropub also serves high-end fare that you wouldn’t find at a typical bar.
Even vegetarians have options at The South Philadelphia Tap Room. The menu changes frequently, but some options have included the seitan and sweet pepper cheese steak, the three-cheese grilled cheese, and roasted pumpkin rotini. Customers who eat meat, on the other hand, can try the fried trout, the Salisbury steak, or the grass-fed cheeseburger. If you’re looking for a lighter bite, SPTR serves small plates such as pork albondigas, toast with mushroom and goat cheese, and grilled flat breads with hummus. Make the short trip from Meetinghouse to try any of these dishes with a beer.
South Philadelphia Tap Room
1509 Mifflin Street
Philadelphia, PA 19145