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Reviews by NoLiberty:
3.95/5 rDev -10.6%
On visits to Philadelphia Monk's was THE spot to come for the dankest of beers from Belgium. Food and beer were worth the wait. Now, after having lived in the city for several years my impression of Monk's and the beer scene in Philly has changed dramatically. Monk's remains the mecca of what is good beer in Philly, but due to its always packed tables, poor service and sometimes unfriendly bartenders I've chosen elsewhere to rest my bones for a classically good beer. Philly provides many more establishments with good diversity of beer for half the price and a third the hastle. I still love this place but only on rare occassions.
06-07-2005 02:20:48 | More by NoLiberty
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4.5/5 rDev +1.8%
Amazing place and a must when in Philly. There may be some better places to get a beer in town (Eulogy, Tria) but Monk's is a classic and usually has some amazing stuff on tap. Went there last week and had Lost Abbey Deliverance - rocked my world. Monk's has an epic reputation and is well worth the visit.
Also the mussels are incredible :)
08-25-2014 17:58:42 | More by MWilcox20
4.5/5 rDev +1.8%
I was at Monks for their Pliny the Younger offering in March. The bar itself is a little on the small side, made even smaller by the large number of people who were there for the special offerings that day.
That day their offerings were amazing, as to be expected, I did take a look at their bottle list while there and there seemed to be a good deal of bottles that I would have loved to have tried. While I was there I had one of the burgers which was very good.
The pricing was pretty expensive as was to be expected. The bottle list was slightly over the price points I would have expected.
The servers that day were overwhelmed. They did what they could and remained calm cool and collected throughout the day.
08-23-2014 15:19:11 | More by KornWallace
Monk's Café in Philadelphia, PA
98 out of 100 based on 413 ratings.