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Field House

Not Rated.
Field HouseField House

12 Ratings
Ratings: 12
Reviews: 4
rAvg: 3.17
pDev: 24.61%
Taps: 40
Bottles: 20
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: N
[ Bar, Eatery ]

1150 Filbert St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19107-2915
United States
phone: (215) 629-1520

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @fieldhousephl

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(Place added by: Mpease on 10-26-2012)
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Reviews by NeroFiddled:
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3.69/5  rDev +16.4%

The Field House is a sports bar inside and behind the Hard Rock Cafe on Market Street. Their actual address is 1150 Filbert Street as their proper entrance is there, just across the street from the Reading Terminal Market.

As is the case with most bars and restaurants these days, they've realized that their customers demand a better selection of beers, and they've increased their offerings well beyond the usual American standards and imports. They have an extensive draft list, and quite a few interesting bottle and can selections as well. Most of their tap selection is local.

Here are a few highlights:
Victory Schwarz Pils (draft $6)
Round Guys Buh-nana Hammock Saison (draft $6)
Weyerbacher Insanity Ale Barleywine (draft $6)
Yards Love Stout via Nitro-pour (draft $6)
Manayunk Altercation Altbier (draft $6)
Brooklyn Blast! IPA (draft $6)
Schneider Aventinus (16.9 oz bottle $10)
Broederlijke Saison (750 ml bottle $25)
Goose Island Sofie (650 ml bottle $22)
Old Forge Blonde Ale (16 oz can $5)
Sixpoint Bengali, Resin, or Crisp (16 oz cans, $6 each)

As for food it's elevated "pub grub"...
Soft Pretzel $7
Cheesesteak Dumplings $10
Cobb Salad $14
Crab & Pork Scrapple $10
Fried Oyster Po'Boy $13
Fish Tacos $12
Margherita Pizza $12

The place has an interesting beer history. It started as a Red Bell brewpub but they never got it off the ground. They handed it off to Dock Street, which then became Independence.

If you're into sports bars but also like good beer, this is the place for you. Or if you've gto time to kill before your train home. Or if you're visiting town and staying near here it wouldn't hurt to stop by, although there are a lot of other great spots nearby as well. For a lot of different occasions, it's worth trying.

NeroFiddled, Feb 16, 2013
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Do not come here for good beer! The tap list looked pretty good but the list was out of date, first three I asked for weren't on anymore. The wait staff was clueless, couldn't recommend anything of similar styles and when I ordered an IPA they gave me a Wheat.

JRak, Aug 07, 2013
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Field House in Philadelphia, PA
81 out of 100 based on 12 ratings.