FRIED CHEESE CURDS
pickled Peppadew peppers, malt vinegar, pickle aioli $7.5
gorgonzola, celery, choose green chili sauce or Sriracha-honey butter $12
ALLAGASH WHITE STEAMED MUSSELS
garlic, thyme, parsley, grilled baguette $13
Benton's ham, "Gin & Juice" Salame, country pâté, pickled vegetables $13
truffled mushroom gravy, aged white cheddar, scallions $11
tomato conserva, shishito peppers $11
SAISON-BATTERED MAHI TACOS
pico de gallo, salsa verde, pickled cabbage $10
fried egg, shaved Grana Padano, truffled black trumpet vinaigrette $9.5
Tria Taproom | 2005 Walnut Street
Hours & Location
Open noon to late night, seven days a week.
Brunch is served Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 3pm.
First come, first served; please visit us whenever you like.
Tria Taproom. The beer bar reimagined.
Tria Taproom is our rendition of a beer bar. We took the word “taproom” literally; there’s not a bottle in the building. Nearly two dozen draft beers, a dozen draft wines, four draft cocktails, two draft ciders and a draft kombucha make up the beverage list. The beer list is small, but each keg is lovingly selected. Even hardcore beer geeks will likely find gems they’ve never seen anywhere else. And all of our draft beers are available to go in filled-to-order, 32-oz. Crowlers: recyclable, single-use cans.
The food menu is neither freezer-to-fryer dive bar fare nor gastropub grub that requires Googling the ingredients. It’s simply good bar food. We’ve got pizza, because everybody loves beer and pizza, but our pizza is, in fact, flatbreads cooked on a wood-fired grill. A serious burger? Check. Killer wings? Check. Beer-friendly snacks? Indeed. And so much more, from crisp salads to fried cheese curds.
Tria Taproom was named Philadelphia magazine’s "Best of Philly" Beer Bar in 2014 and consistently earns a spot on Draft magazine’s “America’s 100 Best Beer Bars.” Channel your inner beer geek and pay us a visit.
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