Jose Pistola's

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Jose Pistola'sJose Pistola's
BA SCORE
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59 Ratings
Ratings: 59
Reviews: 42
rAvg: 4.09
pDev: n/a
Taps: 13
Bottles: 46
Cask: Y
[ Bar, Eatery ]

263 S 15th St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19102-5034
United States
phone: (215) 545-4101

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @josepistolas

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Place added by: Jacobite on 11-19-2007

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Reviews by mltobin:
Photo of mltobin
4.06/5  rDev -0.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

Located in the center city area of Philly is Jose Pistolas.

After attending a 76ers game recently, I stopped in to check the place out. The first floor was fairly boisterous on a Saturday night shortly after midnight, so I made my way upstairs where it was still crowded, but some space was available at the bar. There was an exposed brick wall along with a good height to the ceiling and the music of The Pharcyde filled the air, which is fine by me.
The beer selection was solid, with a handful of PA area beers represented along with a couple nice selections from abroad. I had the Les Bons Voeux poured by a friendly bartender. I did not sample any food, as mentioned in earlier posts it is mexican, looked good. All in all, a solid thumbs up for Jose Pistolas.

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Photo of DoubleSimcoe
3.78/5  rDev -7.6%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 3.75 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

On 15th street- Center City, surrounded by a ton of restaurants and bars. Unassuming from the outside, but it’s got two levels of drinking and eating. I skipped the street-level bar because it was busy with suit-and-tie types and went up to the second floor, which was empty.

The food menu has some cool food (pork belly bahn mi taco, fluke tiradito) but there is nothing really affordable. My tiradito was nice but really small at eleven dollars, and I found two bones on the fish.

I was there for the mezcal and it didn’t disappoint- good selection, but expensive. Beer-wise, they’ve got a couple of good beers but nothing crazy: Weyerbacher Verboten, Allagash White, Yards Pale Ale, Upright #4, Boon Framboise, Duck Rabbit, Left Hand, St Feuillien Tripel.

I loved the music, a selection of classics ranging from Bob Dylan to the Stones. Cool, tried-and-true shit. Service was very good, but of course I was the only customer. Nice girl behind the bar, she bought me a beer.

I would come back here for the mezcal, but not necessarily for the beer or the food. Nothing wrong with Pistolas, though! It's a fun joint.

Photo of Rifugium
3.64/5  rDev -11%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5

I've only been in this place once and I wasn't a huge fan. It's a two story bar, with a basic layout and atmosphere. The bathrooms are on the third floor, which is actually like 5 flights of stairs up, so it's hot as hell up there, plus if you have a few drinks in you, stumbling up and/or down that stairway isn't too fun...wait as long as possible to break the seal, I guess is the take-home message there.

Anyway, the beer list is decent. Mostly local stuff, micro standards, some Belgians. They seem to get good events here once in a while, and there was some leftover Everett on when I visited, so that was a no-brainer. I think most fans of this bar like it because they used to get Cantillon once in a while before the ungodly craze started.

Service was fine. I didn't sample the food, but it seemed like your basic Mexican-style fare. Prices were on the steeper side, though not ridiculous.

Overall, I don't see myself going here often or ever again,considering there are so many other better bars within walking distance.

Photo of jmdrpi
3.99/5  rDev -2.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.75 | food: 5

We stopped by here for some beers and late night burritos. We sat at the tables in the back of the first floor. Upstairs on the second floor there was a second bar and a live band playing.

Beer selection was pretty solid, with a diverse selection of American craft beer plus a Belgian or two. Server was friendly and managed to memorize our group's entire order.

Burritos were simply amazing, I had the spicy pork and to date it's the best burrito I've ever had. Definitely will be heading back here.

Photo of stephenjmoore
4.11/5  rDev +0.5%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.25 | food: 4.25

Nice to see a Mexican restaurant with a solid tap and bottle list. Around 15 taps and lots of nice bottle options including Russian river sours and a 3F option when I went. Menu made note of cantillion options too, but they were out when I was there. Wife and I went on a Saturday night and it was not crowded, so that was a nice plus. Food was very good and the beer options made this visit a nice experience.

Photo of orangesol
4.19/5  rDev +2.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4 | selection: 4.25 | food: 4.5

Stopped in here last weekend for some lunch while the Deschutes event was going on. My first time here, I have heard such great things about the place I was really looking forward to checking it out.

Bar itself is all split up with tables and chairs and stairs all over the place. Plenty of people milling around enjoying beers. TV's hanging on the walls offer some distraction from all of the loud tables around us. Service was pretty good. The bartender came to service our table since the server was nowhere to be found. Once he took all of our orders the server turned up and they combined to keep a close eye on us the rest of our stay.

Quality seemed to be high. All of our food was top notch and all of our beers were served in the proper glassware. Selection was pretty good. Taps were a wide verity of offerings from all over the place. They were offering 5 Deschutes beers on-tap but you had to order their brunch, which was kinda dumb considering they were just the standard offerings and nothing rare. I went with an Oxbow they had on tap but we also shared a Black Butte XXIV. For food we shared a plate of excellent nacho's and I went with the short rib taco's which were very tasty. Prices on the food were quite reasonable and they drafts weren't too bad either, the bottles were pretty steep tho.

Overall an awesome little beer bar in the heart of the city. I would return just to eat, the beer is just a bonus.

Photo of flexabull
4.15/5  rDev +1.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

My first stop in Philly, we went in for lunch since it was close to where we were staying. And we were craving Mexican food.

Dark, with a small bar up front, good music playing, and a bigger seating area towards the back.

Quality was good, nothing but excellent beers were on draft here. I had a Centennial IPA from Founders which was tasty, and seemed fresh and cared for.

Service was good, the guy tending bar was friendly and speedy.

Selection was good, I believe 15 taps, lots of variety, the cask looked like it was off. I don't recall what the bottle list was like.

Food was surprisingly good. I tend to have lower expectations when I eat Mexican food so far from California, but this was pretty solid.

Prices were good for food, a bit high for beers though.

Overall a good place for food and beers in Philly.

Photo of akorsak
3.73/5  rDev -8.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Friday night, beat the crowds for an early dinner. Ksak in tow, along with Bill, Pat, and the Sarahs.

Atmosphere: Dark, and the early evenings don't help much. Downstairs is a bar and seating area, up the long staircase another bar. Heads are up even higher.

Quality: I went in search of Sucks and missed it by just a few. Too bad. Service was acceptable and I liked my dinner.

Service: Stopped by regularly, scoffed a bit at rearranging tables but we made everything work out. Must be a small kitchen, dinner took a while.

Selection: A good tap selection. I was intrigued by Mean Old Tom and Yards Love Stout. In addition, Allagash, Founders and Left Hand were featured, along with a cider. Good to better listwise.

Food: This is where I was sold. The sunrise burrito, spicy with chorizo and buffeted by light eggs was an inspired choice.

A good place, not as crowded earlier in the evening, that I wouldn't mind coming back to.

Photo of Manboy21182
4.38/5  rDev +7.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Visited Jose's for the first time Friday evening 11/11.

A: Good overall atmosphere. Understandably a bit crowded on a Friday night around dinner time. On a normal night I'd imagine the upstairs is a bit less crowded.

Q: I'd say quality is pretty high across the board. Fresh food and beer, building seemed well maintained.

Ser: The service was good. I wouldn't say it was exceptional. It was a busy night and certain things are expected in those circumstances. The waiter did mis-hear a friend's order, but he took it off the bill and everything was fine.

Sel: The taps are usually very good, even in comparison to other bars in the area. I tend to keep up with phillytapfinder, so without having been to Jose's previously I know they tend to have good rotating tap selection. The food menu was appropriately sized. It wasn't difficult to see what their specialties are and that's Mexican and BBQ style food.

F: The food we ordered was very good. We had pork tacos and a burrito. Both were a value for the price (approx. $10). We ordered the chips/guac/salsa for an appetizer. The salsa was very fresh, but not particularly spicy, the guac was pretty standard, but it was also fresh so that's always appreciated. We noticed a few things were particularly sweet, but their Verde sauce was a nice compliment to counteract that.

V: I'd say everything was a good value for the price. The only mistake we made was switching over to margheritas. The price wasn't listed, and that turned out to be about $20+ for a pitcher. We'll stick to beer next time.

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I'd definitely return to Jose Pistola's. Really good mexican food and beer at a convenient location. I'd just steer clear of the margheritas if you're on a budget.

Photo of forpetes8
4.08/5  rDev -0.2%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Enjoyed the Wipeout IPA . Sad that neither the Pliney or Blind Pig
were available . Grouper fish tacos were very good . Nachos were better than very good . Monks is always way too crowded so this restaurant was a fantastic alternative . On the way home to the septa stop we had an experience with a supposedly Good Dog .
He was bad . A musical show was about to start , but never materialized . We had to say goodbye to Jose for now.. The air conditioning was top notch .We will return to say hello to Jose.

Photo of BARFLYB
4.05/5  rDev -1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Went here after a stop at Monk's cafe, been meaning to stop here for a bit.

Jose's is smack dab in the center of the city, not really but it's in there. Walking in im greeted by a bar to the left, some seating towards the back, a flight of steps leading to another bar with more seating than the downstairs one, leading to more steps that go to the bathrooms. The tender said that the sobriety test is if you make it to the bathrooms and back, you get another drink, I passed. A nice place that's homey and hip at the same time. Some beer signs on the wall, mini kegs of Oberon behind the bar and some nice glassware. They even have the new Duvel glasses that i really need to snag with the quickness. Service was there when I needed it, which was on a monday afternoon, so it was dead, but Im sold, good service. The beer tasted nice off the tap. I had a Weyerbacher Mike and some Blind Pig. The fish Tacos were top notch as well as some other type taco's that I forget what they included. Great tasting food. A very nice bottle list with some nice offerings on tap. Im coming back for the fish taco's and i'm staying for the beer, in the future.

Photo of glid02
4.3/5  rDev +5.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Stopped in here during a recent visit to Philly.

Atmosphere is very old school. Exposed brick lines the walls and a long bar takes up half the width of the bar. A jukebox sits along the right side and tables are in the back. Upstairs there is a good deal of room with additional tables, and even one more floor up are the bathrooms. A good deal of glassware and old bottles sit behind the bar.

Quality is good. All beer is served in proper glassware and some beers even have specific glassware, such as Yard's Love Stout. The temperature is appropriate and head levels are just right.

Service is very good. The bartender and I discussed a couple of beers and it was evident he had a good deal of knowledge about what he was doing. I never had to wait long to order a drink and the food came out quickly.

Selection is also very good. There's a good cross-section of styles on-tap, mixing up locals, the west coast's finest, and a few imports from the continent.

Food is solid. I ordered chicken tacos and was surprised at how robust they were. They weren't exceptional but they're good enough that I'd consider coming back just for the food.

Value is good. I had lunch and a few drinks for a reasonable price, nothing more and nothing less than elsewhere in the city.

Overall this was my first stop in Center City and it didn't disappoint. It wasn't quite my favorite place in town (Monk's followed closely by Varga) but it's somewhere I'd certainly consider visiting again. Worth a stop.

Photo of timtim
4.45/5  rDev +8.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Not much atmosphere here, but that's what I want sometimes - good beer, good food, no mess. Tell you the truth, I dream about places like this, and I wish there was one in DC. The food is really good. Neo-American SW/Tex-Mex/Mex. Everything seems to be made in house or just of very good quality, and it is done very well. My favorite kind of beer food. Knowledgeable and experienced staff. Not huge, but well-thought out beer menu. Local stuff, popular (beer nerd popular that is) stuff and some hard to find stuff. Well-priced. Best of all, we stumbled upon it by accident when the friends that we were with who are indifferent about their beer thought that "that mexican joint we walked by" looked good and suggested we go in. I think this place sets the bar much higher for this type of dining/barring, and I will be back for sure.

Photo of philbe311
3.55/5  rDev -13.2%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 2 | selection: 4 | food: 5

My first trip to Jose Pistola's was a mixed bag...

A - Dark... Brick walls... Odd mix of music... Nothing to write home about...

Ser - Unfortunately I only have this one visit to go by and unfortunately the service was severely lacking... It took a while to get any attention in a near dead upstairs dining area... Once we were noticed, we needed to wait for the both the bartender and the waiter to finish noodling on their I-phones before they poured our drinks and brought them over...

Sel - I have no qualms about the beer selections... 10-12 tap of quality craft brews and an additional bottle list... I had no problem finding items I hadn't tried...

F - Absolutely the best burrito I have ever had... A wonderful mix of pork and grilled pineapple wrapped tight and slight toasted on one side... It was a challenge to narrow the menu down to only one item for dinner and I would gladly go back and further explore the food options...

V - My Center City Philadlephia standards this place is a steal... $5 quality craft beers and $8 gourmet burritos... Can't beat it...

I'd be willing to give Jose's another chance in the future and I hope tonight's service experience was an exception and not the rule...

Photo of tpd975
3.75/5  rDev -8.3%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Stopped in during my visit to Philly.

It is your typical mexican joint, except a bit cleaner. Nothing really great about the appearance but as I said most Mexican joint I hit up are a bit dirtier.

They have several beers on draft which seem to hit the popular styles. Noting exceptional, but they did have quality local offerings.

The bartender Adam, knew his beer, and seems passionate about bringing good thing in. He is a cool guy who was fun to hang out and talk to.

I went back in the evening for food was impressed. The burrito was good, the nachos awesome.

Overall beer is well priced as is the food for what you get. If you come to this place looking for good food you will be happy. The solid beer lineup is just a bonus.

Good not great, that being said, check it out.

Photo of mbudner
3.93/5  rDev -3.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5

A- Has a good, typical bar feel. Nothing too distinguishing, but not dirty and I like the high ceilings at the main bar.

Q- The tap lines are very clean. I have been there on more than one occasion where the bar tender was managing the taps and running a full clean on a line that just tapped. It's reassuring to see this as a lot of bars that now boast craft beer selections fail to do so, or even if they clean them, they will run an IPA right after a stout which is noticeable for the initial pours if you're unlucky.

S- The bartender who has been there all 5-7 times I have been there is really helpful and fairly knowledgeable. He's always game to talk about specific beers on tap, random beers than one of us might have recently sampled and all sorts of beer geek stuff. Very attentive staff overall.

S- The tap list is usually pretty decent (I believe there are 10 or so.) Haven't seen anything great or crazy on there, but they definitely boast a solid selection of regional micros. Bottle list is pretty solid for a bar that doesn't focus solely on beer as their main draw. They also get firkins occasionally (I had Nugget Nectar there) which is always great to see.

F- Great food. Tex-mex menu. Phenomenal nachos (seriously some of the best I've ever had) and solid burritos and wings.

V- Pretty decent tap prices, can't comment on the bottle prices as I have no experience. The food is also priced averaged-priced.

Photo of rfgetz
4.18/5  rDev +2.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Quasi-southwestern themed, small and dark, unassuming bar/restaurant in Center City Philadelphia.

Exposed brick and dark wood atmosphere. The only real decor is the presentation of beer bottles on the wall and labels and stickers in a little alcove. 1 plasma TV, which works for a bar of its size.

The bar featureas about a dozen rotaing taps (and a hand pump) which balance between regional micros and national micros. They always try to have something different which other bars in the vicinity are not currently carrying. The bottle list is good, branching from regional and national micros to a very good selection of imports.

The food is very good. Southwestern cusine which means lots of meat and cheese. You can get your standards from tacos to burritos as well as inspired sandwhiches that utilize the theme ingrediants.

Service is always top notch. Friendly and knowledegable bar tenders who manage to balance a chat while still taking care of a busy bar.

Jose's is always having draft and bottle specials for sporting events as well has having brewer events and release parties.

A nice, unique addition to the Philly beer scene.

Photo of Caesar024
4.47/5  rDev +9.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3

A friend and I walked in here after a recommendation from the bartender at Monks on where to get late night food (we'd already eaten at Monks earlier in the evening).

A narrow, comfortably cramped bar on the first floor means you get to know your neighbors quickly and it seemed many of the people in the bar knew each other already. Music seemed great and lighting was not too dim but bright enough for a midnight visit.

We were waited on by Casey (Best Bartender in Philly according to the plaque) who knew quite a bit about the beers and was quick to let us know which items on the draft menu had kicked and what had replaced them. Joe and I stuck to getting beers we can't get our hands on in Rochester, Beers were served in appropriate glasses and we had plenty of time to allow some of them to get up to temp.

Selection was varied and featured some local fare ($3 Sly Fox Cans during football and Phillies games), solid imports and other American craft.

My only disappointment was the food. I had the Carnitas (Pork) Tacos which seemed to be boiled pork chunks on a corn tortilla with no vegetables or dressings on them. Still, they tasted alright, came out fast, and the service was impeccable.

I would definitely recommend visiting this place to friends.

Photo of deapokid
4.05/5  rDev -1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Stopped in for lunch Wednesday afternoon (review from notes):

This Center City beer bar is a regular stop for my coworkers and I when we're in the mood for something spicy and it usually hits the spot on a hot Summer day. Unfortunately, this week's visit was less enjoyable than usual, making me think it might be time to take a little break from this interesting combination of Mexican food and craft beer.

Jose Pistolas, tucked away next to the Latimer Deli off of 15th Street, is a gastropub with two floors and a comfortable little bar right up front. This is usually where we post up, although it can be a bit quiet around the bar between noon and 2pm. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, but it can get a little awkward when it's just you and the bartender. Flat screens and a jukebox are present, usually showing sports highlights and playing a mix of jam bands, classic rock and soul music. Not the worst selection of tunes I've ever heard.

The bartender/manager is usually pretty friendly and knowledgeable (he's been there every time I've ventured in), although I did sense a hint of condescension during my current visit. After noticing an Eisbock on the menu, I mentioned that I'd only had one of those before and didn't know much about the style. He gave me some idea as to how it's brewed and asked what kind I'd tried. When I mentioned Samichlaus, he sarcastically replied "That is NOT a Eisbock." Although I consider myself to be pretty beer savvy, I'm definitely capable of mistakes and I'm still a novice when it comes to lager variations. Constructive criticism is fine, but making me feel like an idiot is unacceptable.

As for selection, it's great for a Mexican restaurant, but a bit on the pricey side. They have local micros, Unibroue ($8 a pop!), a handful of Belgians and that sake barreled Hitachino. On tap, seasonals from Hebrew and Sierra Nevada are usually present, with a spattering of Lancaster and Sly Fox for good measure. Beer is served in the proper glassware and it always tastes fresh.

Food is usually the best part, but my strip steak burrito was more tortilla than meat, beans and rice. I usually go for a taco platter (go with steak, it's amazing), but decided to go off the beaten path.

I don't mean to get down on the place, because there's usually a good time to be had. But this last visit left a bad taste in my mouth.

Update: I've visited Pistolas about 30 times since this review and have had a wonderful time each and every time. The bartender mentioned negatively in my previous review has turned out to be a rather nice guy and the food has been spot on (especially the Chicken and Cheese Enchiladas). I guess everybody has an off day.

Photo of barnuba
4.18/5  rDev +2.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Atmosphere: Nice row home rehab with a cozy comfortable bar feel. The first and second floor have there own seating and bar areas. The third floor houses the bathroom and provides an interesting trip to the head....

Quality: Solid vibe, good music and conversation. We went on a Sunday afternoon and chilled with the bartender Linda and watched a Philly's game which I think enhanced our Philly experience. We went back later that night and stayed until close.

Service: Service was great! We received prompt attention from the staff and both bartenders that served us engaged in conversation and made us feel at home. Our glasses were always full! They have no problem letting you try a sample either.

Selection: The beer selection was solid. There were about 15 handles in the 1st floor bar and a large bottle selection. For the craft beer fan there is sure to be something that you will enjoy.

Food: We enjoyed beef burritos on both trips. They were outstanding!

At first we were skeptical about Jose's. Now after our experiences this is one of our favorite spots to go in center city. Where else can you find a solid offering of Mexican food with a beer line up like this?

Check it out and write your own review!

Photo of mhatters
4.25/5  rDev +3.9%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3.5

A fun place in a great part of town

Only drank at the downstairs bar, in fact there were just 4 of us in the place on a raining Tuesday afternoon. 12 taps or so, a very strong selection, including Stone Imperial Porter, and Arcadia Imperial Stout. Bartender was quiet, but efficient and friendly enough. Menu is Mexican (obviously) food is done well and well worth the money. The facility is rambling over many floors and levels, the bathroom is an adventure, but the beer and laid back feel to the place makes it a must stop if you are near by.

Photo of ZimZamZoom
3.73/5  rDev -8.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4

Hey we walked in on a Friday night at 10pm, and although the upstairs was fairly crowded and the downstairs bar was full, there was still plenty or elbow room downstairs. Had a Nugget Nectar from the upstairs bar and a Stone Imperial Russian Stout from the downstairs.

The Flyers loving bartender did not take kindly to some pro-Penguins chatter which was a little odd. Sports is all about that no?

Still, a great place to visit or even to frequent. The crowd is pretty normal people, no hipsters or metro-sexuals anyway. Just working class people looking to unwind after a long week.

Photo of andypantz13
4.45/5  rDev +8.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Jose Pistolas has become my go to bar over the past year or so. Always a good place to go and watch whatever game is on, or just to hang out and grab a bite to eat and some drinks with friends. The staff is friendly, knowledgeable and quick to pour a sample if they can't answer your questions about a particular beer on tap.

The food is good and always comes in a large filling portion, good for soaking up all the beer. I would suggest anything made with the pork, as those tend to me my favorites. The beer selections is usually 12 drafts mixing in locals and non-regional stuff. Recommended

Photo of organicbrewer
4.08/5  rDev -0.2%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

Stopped by for a beer before dinner @ monks. Quickly found a seat at the bar. Exposed brick and dark wood. Great tap list, i mean they had de dolle stille nacht and dulle teve among others. Didn't have food so I can't speak to that. Service was quick and knowledgeable. Beer was served near proper temp in tulips (good). Only problem was that there was a television staring down at me. Maybe it's just me, but the flashing lights always try to draw me in.
Beers weren't cheap but then again they're big imports so it was fair.

Can't wait to go back and get some food next time.

Photo of SkinnyElvis
4.28/5  rDev +4.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Went to Jose's on Saturday for probably my 3rd visit over the past year. The location has some sentimental value for me since it is the site of the old Copa II which was my local bar in my dating-the-soon-to-be-Mrs.Skinny Elvis-days.

Atmosphere is cool but the stereo is too loud. Quality brews on tap (Bell's Two hearted, Hopslam, locals) and in the cold box. Service is consistently good. The food is above average but there are better Mexican restaurants around but they have shite beer. A bit expensive but that is the neighborhood. Recommended.

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Jose Pistola's in Philadelphia, PA
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