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Teresa's Cafe & Next Door Bar

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98
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79 Reviews
Reviews: 79
Visits: 115
rAvg: 4.44
pDev: n/a
Taps: 26
Bottles: 150
Cask: Y
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126 N Wayne Ave
Wayne, Pennsylvania, 19087-3315
United States
phone: (610) 293-0119

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Photo of beerded_drunk
5/5  rDev +12.6%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4.75 | service: 4.75 | selection: 4.75 | food: 4.75

Any standard weekend, my friends and i can be found wondering in or out of this establishment, partaking in the tasty pleasures of what is Teresa's Next Door. The beer selection rivals if not destroys the majority of almost any craft beer, eatery. the beer menu is ever changing as well as certain items on the food menu, which is a strong competitor in pretty much the entire area. Teresa's... we thank you!!!! (411 characters)

Photo of woodychandler
5/5  rDev +12.6%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Transcribed from undated notes, probably early-to-mid June 2009.

I was quickly coming to enjoy SEPTA's Regional R5 line, finding that I fit in so well among the glitterati and old money of the Main Line that I began to wonder why it had taken me so long to visit. Ha! The only commonality between us is that I used to mainline once upon a time. Oops, just kidding. Never cop to anything, that's my motto.

TND, as I was told that it is generally abbreviated, turned out to be a mere crosswalk from the train station. Entering, the m.d.s. was in the vestibule, directly between Teresa's Restaurant and Teresa's Next Door with the former to the left and the latter to the right, facing. TND was a long, narrow establishment with a VERY European mindset. A window fronted the joint (just to reinforce what a class act I am), along with some standard tables and chairs with a line of them running aft along the right wall before segueing into booth seating. The floor was stone as was the back wall with its opening for the kitchen. The left wall began with a series of coat hooks, followed by a cut-out for the entries to the twin unisex lavs, and then to the long stone-topped bar. The back bar had four shelves for various beer glasses, followed by a shelf of wine and liquor bisected by a line of twenty-three (23) CO2 taps and one (1) N2 tap plus two (2) cask ale handpumps. Under the back bar were six (6) double-doored coolers which were home to two hundred and fifty-plus (250 +) bottled beers, all licensed for take-away.

Does $ = atmosphere? In some cases, yes and this was one of them. I could lie to you and tell you that I had been much more at home at The Flying Pig, but the truth is that I was equally welcomed here. On this, my initial visit, my server was Katie, the Boston lawyer. I also noted that I enjoyed the smells coming from their oak wood-fired grill and oven and forget Jimmy John's free smells.

I CAN tell you that I have been back at least once since then. The taps rotate and at some point, they held a Ballast Point promotion and given my relation to one of their brewers, Colby Chandler, I try to represent when possible.

Finally, you must try one of their mixed cheese plates. Spendy? Yeah, but totally worth the expense. (2,256 characters)

Photo of deskim
5/5  rDev +12.6%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

My favorite bar on the Main Line! Great happy hour (4-6) with $3 American and $5 Belgian drafts. They rotate the drafts almost daily, and the website is always updated. Make sure to look out for the events as they get a bunch of rare stuff. The food, especially oysters (Monday is buck-a-shuck) and mussels is great. The Cuban sandwich is also delicious. The wait staff are all incredibly knowledgeable, and very willing to explain styles or give samples. The atmosphere is very old-school (no tv or anything like that), but this leads to a very relaxed atmosphere. The wine and whiskey lists are also worth mentioning. A great stop in the Philly suburbs! (655 characters)

Photo of northside
4.95/5  rDev +11.5%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

The question is, what's not to like? If you are looking for great food and one hell of a bottle list and 24 taps plus 2 on the handpump, well this is your place. The glassware alone, is in one simple word, awesome. They do the whole range of beers here from Charles Wells ESB to Belgium Wild Ales to Hopslam. If there is only one small downer for some people, that would be how loud it can get at times. Now if that is your only problem,why hell, things are good. I could give the food a higher grade, but I need to eat here a few more times (and not just drink) to be fair to everyone. Everybody that I have met who works at Teresa's Next Door really seems to care about your experince there. They also have a very good wine list and some really top shelf liquor choices. It is as the critics say, a must see! (810 characters)

Photo of captainkrad
4.89/5  rDev +10.1%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.75 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

Amazing selection of brews on tap! And even more in bottles. I always find the rare and obscure beer at Teresa's. It's a destination for anyone who is in search of good, quality craft beer! (192 characters)

Photo of berpwillie
4.88/5  rDev +9.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5

just visited this past weekend and had the time of my life. 4 batches of consecration, and supplication on draft! my two favorite beers! even knowing they will only be on draft for a limited time, it seems this place would usually have the cream of the crop brews. the trip to get there was well worth it. the rest of the draft selection was amazing, as was the bottle selection. definitely on the up scale, but pricing didn't seem to bad. the bar staff was very knowledgable, much more than i had expected. didn't try a meal but i did have a cheese tray that was delicious. hopefully i will be able to visit this place again in the near future. my only complaint was the hostess didn't seem too friendly. i think she was in need of a stiff one, and i'm not talking about a drink. if your in the area this place is a must. (822 characters)

Photo of chapka
4.83/5  rDev +8.8%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Overall, TND is outstanding; it's currently my favorite beer bar and if you haven't been, you should. 24-odd taps and two hand pumps, great bottle list, knowledgeable servers who consistently have great recommendations. Kid-friendly, non-smoking, and it's certainly nice that you can get there on the train (take the R5 to Wayne and it's less than half a block away), meaning my wife and I can both drink; always an issue at other good local places like Capone's.

The atmosphere is great as well; no TVs or smoke, just people enjoying beer. It can get a bit crowded later, but the bar service is still always good.

The beer list and tap list are large and varied, and I can always find something I want, but there are a few odd gaps...the English and German bottle selections are solid and interesting, but short; around 10 beers each as I recall (compared to dozens or hundreds from the U.S. and Belgium). Early on, the taps were heavily Belgian, which I always think is a little strange (especially where the same beer is only available in bottles in Belgium). These days there are still plenty of Belgians, but also a good variety of other stuff as well.

As for the food, it's consistently good; my only issue is that the entrees don't always live up to the appetizers. Partly, that's because the appetizers and small plates, including a rotating cheese selection, tasty non-fried chicken wings, and some very nice Mexican specialties, are so consistently good. If you're not in the mood for mussels, the entree selections are less exciting, though still quite tasty.

Overall, a must visit for the local beer geek, especially if you live on the R5. (1,655 characters)

Photo of Cdmomo79
4.81/5  rDev +8.3%
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 4.75 | service: 4.75 | selection: 5 | food: 4.75

I live 5 minutes for this gem. They have done it right from day one. The cheese menu is only surpassed by the Book of Beer. Everything about this establishment is quality. The draft selection is always stellar and the bartenders have great knowledge. (250 characters)

Photo of cakimbrough
4.79/5  rDev +7.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.75 | service: 5 | selection: 4.75

This was my first visit to Teresa's and I was impressed. They had a great selection with reasonable prices. Wait staff was both friendly and helpful. It was a Saturday night and super busy- now I know why! I had Pliny the Elder on tap and it was fantastic. I didn't eat there this time but will be back for sure. Teresa's is a gem of the 'burbs! (345 characters)

Photo of grimey68
4.79/5  rDev +7.9%
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 4.75 | service: 5 | selection: 4.75 | food: 4.5

One of the best comprehensive bottle lists of any bar that I've been to. Pricing is structured oddly on some bottles, but you can easily find some of the best beers in the world here. If you hit it at the right time, they occasionally get some Russian River beers on tap, and price the drafts reasonably.

Bottles range from Cantillon to Russian River Supplication to Evil Twin Imperial Biscotti Bourbon Barrel Aged - expect to pay though.

This place is a must visit if you're in the greater Philadelphia region. (518 characters)

Photo of oglmcdgl
4.78/5  rDev +7.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

I've been going to tnd for years and I am compelled to give my thoughts on this wonderful establishment.
The draft and bottle selection are to say the least mind blowing pair that with great food and a very pleasant atmosphere and you get a great place to have a beer. Ive never been disappointed with the beers or the tasty grubs. Its absolutely spotless and just a very comfortable place to be. A bit on the pricey side but its rich white people land what do you expect. All in all one of if not the best bar I've ever been to. Thanks for the great times. (558 characters)

Photo of zoso1967
4.78/5  rDev +7.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

This place rocks! My wife and I's favorite spot outside of the city. Great upscale atmosphere, always a quality tap list, two beer engines, great bottle list, tasty food, knowledgeable and capable staff, they have it all. While it is a bit pricey, I personally think it is a pretty good value for the area it is in and the fact that they serve almost everything in the correct glassware is an added bonus.

If you live in the area this is a must visit place, and if you don't you should head over there sometime and try it out. Cannot recommend highly enough. (559 characters)

Photo of roan22
4.78/5  rDev +7.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Wayne is a pricey area so naturally the prices here may be a touch higher than Capone's or Grey Lodge. Now that the obligitory bitching about the prices is out of the way I can go into the 6 glowing positives of Teresa's, and one small negative.

1. Proximity to my apartment. I live in Lower Delco. Enough said.

2. Affiliation with Beer Yard's Matt Guyer, which is right down the street. Selection is wonderful with 20 taps and secret bombshell sixtels which Matt G. has hidden away like weapons of mass destruction (Read: Russian River IPA, Founders Kentucky Bourbon Stout). Bottle number unknown, could be close to 100.

3. Laid back, mature bar scene inside Teresa's Next Door. No annoyances to speak of. Except maybe the lack of music. The best part is the trust fund kids in their pastel plaids avoid Teresa's and go down the street to the Kildare's-like irish pub (I forget the name).

4. Wonderful, satisfying dinner specials. Unfortunately some people arent so fond of what they got to eat, but I guess I got lucky and picked the right things. I've had the roasted 1/2 chicken special and it was divine. Wonderful flavorful sauce. Also had a yummy mixed green/goat cheese salad. Do not expect Pub Grub here. For more adventurous eaters, they also have mussels, brie cheese and veal.

5. Consistent well-trained staff. They know the beers, they know how to pour them. I watched a bartender s-l-o-w-l-y decanting a belgian beer into a snifter. Took him like 3 minutes. One waiter told me he "had" to carry my friend's can of Young's Double Chocolate on his tray to our table like he did.

6. The bathroom sink is really cool. The funny thing about Teresa's is that everybody is always walking in on people in the bathrooms, because nobody can find the bathroom door lock (its a tiny wee round piece of metal, you just push it in. Its no bigger than a baby pea, yes this is the lock).

7. My complaint is the ergonomics of the booths. I am six foot tall and thin, and I find them very uncomfortable because I don't fit in them well. The backs do not go up high enough, there is too much width on the seat part of the bench, and the tables are too far away. These booths are made for short, fat people. Oh well, I can always sit at the bar or another non-booth table.

Once Craig Laban or Philly Magazine reviews Teresa's and its published, look out, standing room only. Most of this area is down the shore all summer so take advantage of the quietness before Labor Day while you can. (2,494 characters)

Photo of BARFLYB
4.78/5  rDev +7.7%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Stopped by Teresa's early on a monday during happy hour. Looks very standard from the outside but the inside is very nicely done up. Some booths and tables on one side with the bar on the other, I stopped at the bar.

This bar is great and one of the cleanest i've seen yet, spotless. It seems they have glassware for every style and plenty of them. The service was great and the staff was knowledgeable. They know what their doing at Teresa's.

I guess i spotted over 20 taps with great selections from the US and abroad. Some selections that I could not pronounce and a good number of styles. Handpumps as well. I got some Rodenbach Grand cru, GD Saison, Cantillon Gueze and some sly fox. All in the appropriate and clean glassware. Bottle prices were pretty good to. I had the good fortune to have Ithaca Brute on tap here during beer week and i'll never forget it.

I only ate some oysters which paired well with the gueze. The frites smelled amazing. The menu had a lot of things I need to try in the future. The gyro is amazing.

Edit- After returning many times I can say that this is my fsvorite bar in SEPA, hands down. (1,128 characters)

Photo of amano_h
4.75/5  rDev +7%

People keep making the correlation between this place and Monk's in Philly for a good reason; the food, the beer, the atmosphere, and the beer-savvy servers here would make you swear that this place is an offshoot of Tom Peters' fabled joint.

The one thing I do enjoy immensely about Teresa's is their geographical location and their (lack) of people; whereas Monk's is still my favorite bar on this side of the coast, it's very hard for me to have a relaxed evening where I can kick back and enjoy my beer with some Belgian-inspired finger food and pub fare, because well... everytime I end up going to Monk's it's always a freaking zoo inside -- good luck getting a seat at the bar unless you want to eerily stalk or creep behind one of the tenants until they get uncomfortable enough to move out of their seat.

That being said, the beer choice at Teresa's is almost as phenomenal as Monk's with about half the demand that Monk's gets; Bottles of Cantillon disappear within hours of hitting Monks, whereas I was able to enjoy a nice 75cl bottle of Iris here, followed by a 37.5cl bottle of 100% Lambic Classic Gueuze; the Russian River sours seem to be almost always be in ample supply here, and their rotating tap of harder to find Belgians is almost par with Tom Peters' eclectic weekly offerings.

The food here is absolutely amazing; I love that they have a charcuterie/cheeses option, as well as some dishes harder to come across (my friend tried his first escargot here) -- I would love to come back here to try the Dry-aged Wagyu in lieu of the Duck Confit Salad I had, and maybe try my hand at some of their other hearty entrees.

I'll have to give Teresa's Cafe a try as well since you can reportedly get the same drinks on either side of the establishment. (1,771 characters)

Photo of sholland119
4.75/5  rDev +7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

This has become our favorite place over the 3 months we have been going there. Of the many great beer bars in the suburban Phila. area, this one stands out for us. 24 regular taps, 2 casks with enough activity that there are 6 or 8 new beers every week. And what a selection: Pliny the Younger and Elder, St. Bernardus 12, Allagash Curieux, Sierra Nevada Harvest Ale, Founder's Breakfast Stout are among the tap beers we have had here. On top of the 200 or so bottles (Port Brewing Hop 15, Mikkeller Beer Geek Breakfast, Great Divide Hercules among others). The bartenders are knowledgeable and very friendly. The room is very attractive if rather noisy on weekends. Food is generally good. The mussels, Mexican appetizers and the cheese selections are outstanding. Entrees are pricey and inconsistent. Sandwiches are good except for the rolls. Highly recommended!

Update: food has steadily improved since this review. Seasonal soups have been very good, and the sandwiches have gotten better (i like the new tips 'n tails sandwich, chicken sandwich now has sliced chicken breast and stands up to the roll better)

2011 Update: Food is better and better all the time. Gyro is my current favorite. (1,197 characters)

Photo of bigfnjoe
4.75/5  rDev +7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Came here for an evening with my girlfriend. Was told there was a 30 minute wait for a table, so we hung out at the bar for about ten minutes before a couple seats opened up. Our drink order was taken quickly by one of the three bartenders on staff, and filled just as quickly. Draft selection was impressive, with three European house beers, about a dozen more Euro brews, and about a dozen US craft, including the star: Maine Brewing's Zoe, which didn't even have a draft review on BA at the time I went. We ordered food, and it was excellent. I got the drunken mussels, which were fabulous, and my girlfriend ordered a steak taco type thing, which she loved. We finished by splitting a bottle of Speedway Stout, which was a steal at just $18. Most of the bottle prices seemed about standard, as did the drafts. Food was relatively cheap as well. Service was excellent at the bar all night. Will definitely come back, it was a fantastic experience. (950 characters)

Photo of DefenCorps
4.75/5  rDev +7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

I was there today for the Russian River brunch and boy, was it awesome! TND has a nice friendly vibe, and that's something that wouldn't be worth much if the rest of the package sucked. Quality? How do you mean? Everything was clean, if that helps. The service was great, despite it being a zoo, it never took more than a few minutes to get a beer. The selection was exceptional. Even apart from the RR stuff that was obviously special and not everyday beers there, they had a great selection of other beers, including 2 handpumps. Beers can get a little pricey, my glasses of Pliny were $7 (for 10oz), Blind Pig was $6 (for 16oz). Great bottle list, and the effort to get a 3-batch vertical of Temptation scores points for me. The food was great - I got a cheese plate and a duck sandwich and both were just fantastic and delightful. A very well thought out food menu here.

All told, it maybe is a bit pricey, but you get your money's worth and then some. Know those places that are maybe $3-5 more expensive than your average place but are twice as good? This is one of them (1,077 characters)

Photo of Bobdope
4.72/5  rDev +6.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Nice place. If you are on the Mainline you need to stop here. A great wide selection of wonderful beers. This is the place to take a date or all your best friends, good dates and friends drink good beer. And this is the place to do it. The wait staff was very good, we had a young guy, he had a few right on recommendations. Great beer book if you like to read, so bring your glasses and cleaned pallet. It is not a big place so I assume it must be quite busy at times. I was there for the better part of my Monday night. Will not go to Wayne again without stopping buy. (570 characters)

Photo of thefireman
4.72/5  rDev +6.3%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

We stopped in yesterday to see what all the fuss was about. My first impression tells me that this is going to be a nice experience. A long place with booths along the right side and a long bar on the left. Behind the bar are taps for 24 or so choices of Belgians and macros backed by about an acre of shelf space devoted to glassware. A great selection covering just about anyone's fancy. The bottled selection is a good one as well.

I ordered a Rodenbach whereby the waitress inquired whether I had ever drank a "Rody" before. She nodded when I stated I had before. An indication that she had a reasonable knowledge of the beers they serve, and her concern that I don't get hit with any surprises that may ruin my meal. An order of Rhodenbach and mussels was just what I needed.

I had the Dirty Mussels, prepared similar to the Ghent Mussels served at Monk's. They were perfect, as were the frites that went with them in a generous portion. I was stuffed, but found room for a Victory Donnybrook Stout for "desert". Both beer selections were served in the proper glassware at the correct temperature. My wife's experience was just as good.

Concluding, I found this place to be a real gem. Good food and great beer. Sort of like Monk's on the Main Line. Only without the "attytude" sometimes conveyed by the wait staff at Monk's. I will never stop going to Monk's, but Theresa's is a whole lot easier for me to get to. Parking is a breeze without the "parking wars" foisted upon us by the Philadelphia Parking Authority. In other words, this place is a keeper. (1,565 characters)

Photo of weeare138
4.7/5  rDev +5.9%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

After several visits, this place warrants a rating. The atmostphere is nice and comfy with medium lit lights, lots of visible beer glasses, bottles, taps, with a mason, stone finished back splash.
Quality is excellent. Beer is freshly tapped, food is high quality and served properly. This place has top notch product, no matter how you look at it.
Service is knowledgable, attentive, and prompt.
Selection...wonderful for the SE corner of PA, especially on the Main Line. Several Belgians, Americans, and many, many more offered on either draft, or in the bottle.
Food is delicious. Wonderful cheese selection, varieties of mussels, and sandwiches and entrees that are upscale, and succulent.
The value...of course it's a bit pricey but it's expected, especially for the Main Line. I wouldn't expect anything less for the amount of beer, food, and service provided in this establishment.
Top Notch! (900 characters)

Photo of dragonglen
4.7/5  rDev +5.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

I've heard about this place for a while and I work close by, so me and I buddy decided to go. He was generous enough to take me to celebrate a recent promotion.

Parking is a little tough due to the location and other places nearby, but that's informational, I don't hold it against Teresa's Next Door.

The first thing I noticed when I walked in was their impressive collection of glassware. There's no way a person would ever have a beer poured in the wrong glass unless they asked for it specifically.

The tables were nice and it was quiet enough for us to have a conversation without strain.

The beer list was fantastic. I believe they have wine there too (j/k, they have an impressive wine list as well). Two and a half pages of Belgian bottles, I believe about 14-16 beers on tap, not including two casks beers. The prices for the beer were reasonable.

The menu was small, but we both easily found stuff we'd like. $10-$12 for a lunch isn't bad. We started off with a cheese platter which was a first for me, and I really enjoyed it. We were given a small complimentary glass of wine to go with the cheese. Now I know why they pay sommeliers. This was a fantastic pairing and possibly the most enjoyable experience for me.

The staff was kind, the food came out quick enough, and our waiter was well versed in beer and wine.

I would definitely come back here. With such a huge selection I'd probably never get through them all, but I would love to give it a try. I would recommend this place to others that are looking for great food, an outstanding selection and aren't on a college-student payroll. (1,610 characters)

Photo of orsulacp
4.7/5  rDev +5.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

I live only five miles away and have been here many times so I have to review it. Tonight my wife and I went here for dessert and we had a great time. The beer selection is beyond excellent, just the 20 beers on tap are great. They cover the full range from light fruity lambics, easy drinking session beers, to high octane mutations like Devil Dancer. The bottle list is more of the same, almost any beer you can think of. I think the real highlight of the trips I've had here are the bartenders; very knowledgeable and personable. I did sit at the tables once and the service was great there too, but if you want the proper TND experience sit at the bar. They know their beer and wine, but they seem to know what the customer wants even before the customer does.

If you go; ask if they still have the peanut butter and jelly sorbet, if they do get if for dessert, I think it is better then their creme brulee, my wife disagrees. The only downsides, and they are minor: it does get noisy at the bar, the tables are fine you can hear there, it is small and gets crowded at peak times, and too many good beers to drink in one night. (1,133 characters)

Photo of krisandajt
4.7/5  rDev +5.9%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

The wife and I stopped in at Teresa's for dinner on the way home from Philly. We were't sure what to expect, but I had heard very good things so I figured it was worth a shot. I have to say, it was a good call. The staff were very friendly and the food was outstanding. I enjoyed the mussels done dirty style (giggity giggity), my wife enjoyed a mushroom sandwich. Our waitress was eager to talk beer and make recommendations, and the selection from which we had to choose from was pretty impressive. Plenty on tap, and a very nice selection of bottles. My only complaint is that we live too far away to enjoy Teresa's on a regular basis... (640 characters)

Photo of jcurtis55
4.68/5  rDev +5.4%
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

My wife and I was in town from Indiana and staying at King of Prussia. I did some searching for restaurants with a good beer selection. I was familiar with Monk's in Philly, but stumbled onto an online beer list for Teresa's and was impressed. I'm a sour fan and while their selection can't match Monk's there, is was still pretty darn good. Most of the beer can be purchased for carry out, but some are marked as "In Bar" only. Unfortunately, this included 4-5 Cantillon selections. Some bottles are even discounted 20% for carry out. I left with 4 rare sours and a smile on my face, despite dropping a fair chunk of change.

The topper was they had Pliny the Elder on tap. I was told this was very limited and was due to the Philly beer week. I guess it's all in the timing.

The food as also very good. However, the restaurant side and bar side have different menus and they won't let you cross order. I think we were on the bar side, and the mussels were not available there. They still had plenty of good choices, including Chicken Piccata, one of my wife's favorites. Darn shame I'll only get to visit once. (1,113 characters)

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Teresa's Cafe & Next Door Bar in Wayne, PA
98 out of 100 based on 79 ratings.