Brickwall Tavern – A Jersey-based pub in Midtown Village Philadelphia, with 20 beers on tap and plenty of comfort food. With large portions of tavern paring comfort food staples & craft taps in lofty quarters with big-screen TVs.
Brickwall Taven in Midtown Village
Splitting over 20,000 square feet with their sister spot Porta, Brickwall Tavern features two bars, roomy red vinyl banquettes, shuffleboard tables, and just enough TVs to keep sports fans satisfied. After twelve years of blood & sweat in New Jersey, they’re crossing the river and calling Center City home! Brickwall features almost two dozen rotating craft beers on tap, plus a comfort food-inspired menu that will leave you fat and happy.
Brickwall is a roomy tavern paring comfort food staples & craft taps in lofty quarters with big-screen TVs, "Good food great service great selection of beer and spirits". Brickwall Tavern’s two locations are in Asbury Park and Burlington.
This expansive restaurant with a phalanx of rooms comes courtesy of an Asbury Park, New Jersey owner/management team. The Philly version of their gastropub has more fish and vegetarian options alongside classic burgers, tacos and, fried goodies. 1213 Sansom Street, (215) 309-3406
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Philadelphia: Porta and Brickwall Tavern Bar Crawl With In a Bar - The Twice Is Right is Philadelphia’s first bar crawl within a bar at Brickwall Tavern & Dining Room and Porta every Tuesday night, starting at 5 p.m. Both Brickwall Tavern and Porta sit on the 1200 block of Chestnut Street and Sansom Street, respectively. Together they cover over 20,000 square feet, feature two bars each, and connect in the middle, allowing guests to move freely between them.