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The Pour House

Not Rated.
The Pour HouseThe Pour House
BA SCORE
93
outstanding

37 Ratings
Ratings: 37
Reviews: 19
rAvg: 4.19
pDev: 12.65%
Taps: 21
Bottles: 141
Cask: Y
Beer-to-Go: N
[ Bar, Eatery ]

124 Haddon Ave
Haddon Township, New Jersey, 08108-2727
United States
phone: (856) 869-4600

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @thepourhousenj

Notes:
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(Place added by: YesFest on 04-03-2009)
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Hanselpb, Nov 10, 2013
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4.15/5  rDev -1%

I visited The Pour House on a business trip to New Jersey.

The Atmosphere is pretty cool. They have a bar area and then a pure seating area separated by a small hallway. It's bit darker like many bars (compared to true restaurants), and it has a nice vibe to it.

The Quality was great. I enjoyed both the food and the beer with zero complaints.

The Service was great as well. We had a happy, helpful waitress who provided prompt service, knew how to pour a beer properly, and also spoke well about the beers they offered.

The Selection is fantastic. They have about 15-18 beers on tap with a wide variety of styles, and they also have a very nice bottle list. I personally enjoyed a couple different Maine Beer Company offerings which, up until this past week, were not available in Chicagoland where I'm from.

The Food was fantastic as well. I had The Zipper chicken sandwich, and I also go to try a couple bites of different burgers that my co-workers tried as well all shared our dishes. The onion straws are also fantastic.

This is my last night in the Cherry Hill, NJ area, and I'm going back again tonight. I will definitely visit again in the future.

smartassboiler, Nov 08, 2013
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4.25/5  rDev +1.4%

CreekyJarls, Oct 20, 2013
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4.8/5  rDev +14.6%

Very reasonable in terms of price. You really feel that the food is priced right and is well thought out. Food is also very good, might I add.

I feel that the beer selection is top notch. The place seems to get what people want in this area at the time. The bartenders have no problem letting you "taste" a beer as well.

Well worth the trip. It seems like PJ's got the right idea here with a place that offers great food, awesome beer, above the bar atmosphere and good live music.

I just love this place.

alefish, Jan 31, 2012
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4.45/5  rDev +6.2%

Atmosphere: A little funky eclectic with all of the lps and music posters on the walls. Nice bar area with about 40 seats. Bathroom is a little small. Tiny upstairs bar is always packed.

Quality: Really good small plates menu. Everything offered is high quality food that is a great value. Everything is upscale and tasty but not overly pricey. Beers sometimes are not the freshest but most of the draft offers are perfect.

Service: Getting a beer is quick and easy at the bar but is a touch slower at a table. People are nice but not the most knowledgeable about the beer selections.

Selection: Wow. They have soo many bottles to choose from. They also have about 15-20 rotating beers on draft. Plus I don't think they serve any bmc products.

Food: Food is banging. Love the pretzel bites with beer cheese and homemade potato chips with french onion dip. Also the Asian wings are really good.

Value: Excellent happy hour specials on craft beer. I love that.

JerseyKirk, Jan 06, 2012
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3.8/5  rDev -9.3%

Pretty cool place NJ, not too far from Cork, another beer-centric bar. There are about 15 or so rotating taps here, and well over 100 bottled brews, including many that I've never seen before. Decent menu with some really tasty stuff (my lovely wife's favorite meat-and-cheese plate!). Staff was friendly, and the atmosphere was, meh, kind of sportsbar-ish/family-oriented, but still definitely worth multiple visits merely based on the beer selection and food quality. Along with Max's Seafood Cafe, this is probably the best place for beer in the Jersey area directly surrounding Philly.

Rifugium, Apr 29, 2011
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3.78/5  rDev -9.8%

I've driven past this place many times and always wanted to stop in. After reading some reviews I took the advice of going early and stopped in for lunch.

As others have mentioned the vibe is what to be expected of chain pub/restaurant with a decent sized bar, huge dining area and lots if dark wood accents. In addition, there is an oyster bar in the middle of the room and the wall are plastered with old rock n roll memorabilia. They have an upstairs as well but I didn't venture up there. There is q massive dart board in the back corner which is visible from almost everywhere in the main dining room which is a huge plus and they shelve an empty if every bottle that they serve behind the bar.

The food was surprisingly good with above average pub grub including apps, burgers, sandwiches, snacks and other entrees. My wife and I shared pretzel bites whih came with a melted cheese dip, I had a Belgian burger which came with applewood smoked bacon, fontina cheese and Abbey mustard grain and my wife had a turkey burger which she enjoyed. I was pretty impressed with the food liking it more than what is usually offered at these places.

The service is boning to write home about. All female in tight clothes who aren't knowledgeable about beer at all. They do make sure that your glass is full and are patient as you go through the long list of available beers.

This brings me to the selection which I was very impressed with. They offered 20 beers in draft from a wide range of breweries and styles and even had some limited beers like Weyerbacher Oscar on during my visit. In addition, they had 141 bottles with a good representation of Belgian(including lambics!!!), German, Italian' local and other caft beers including Firestone Walker! Very nice and quite a surprise. Some of the rare beers are in the pricey side but not too bad.

Overall, I was very happy with this place and will definitely be back. The good food and great selection will make me a repeat customer.

corby112, Apr 26, 2011
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3.75/5  rDev -10.5%

They have usually about 12 beers on tap, all either Import or Microbrew. They don't have just the usual imports or micros from the area either. They keep it pretty well rotated! They also have a book of bottled beer, but not every beer is on stock. They from what I have been told usually have about 40-50 bottled beers usually. Their prices for beer are fair and have nightly beer specials as well (better prices than going into philly)! The times I have been there, there usually has been a phillies or flyers game going on, so it was very hard to get a seat and a bit loud(not a problem for someone like me, but might take away from the atmosphere for some). The bartenders are pretty knowledgeable, but don't expect much from some of the wait staff. Their food is some of the typical bar food like burgers, brat burger, sandwiches, chili and soup, but also have some intriguing finger food like mussels or tostadas. They also have a raw bar which is a nice touch! This is a good place for a nice hangout or just grabbing a snack and a beer.

stewfnrocker, Jan 31, 2011
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3.83/5  rDev -8.6%

Went here on one of my off the cuff Jersey runs, it's good to get out of Philly once in a while but I got lost mad nuff going here, Jersey is the worst.

Looks like a Mexican joint from the outside, I swear to god. The Pour House looks like a chain and I guess it is owned by the PJ whelihans chain of fine joints, only this place has better beer, and that's what counts. A lot of swag on the wall 95% of it is old music groups from all genres and 5% other stuff. Once inside there is a big display of oysters and it's a buck a shuck on Tuesday or Wednesday night IIRC. I guess seafood is this spots speciality. A very clean joint but the bathrooms can use some work. Good drinks ok cheese and meat board, kinda pricy, some flimsy looking waitresses, some hot ones. Good, prompt, fast service, almost two fast. Good bottle selection. Nice joint if im in a jam for a beer in the area, but im a monkey man myself.

BARFLYB, Jan 19, 2011
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The Pour House in Haddon Township, NJ
93 out of 100 based on 37 ratings.