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Posted by Lucy on 08/30/2012
After hearing many great things from friends we visited Eulogy after touring the nearby Liberty Bell with relatives. The first thing that jumps out is the authentic feel of being in Belgium and then the beer list is just overwhelming. Luckily service was excellent and the server helped us all choose the right beer. We did not expect the food to be so good but it was gourmet quality, fresh, tasty, filling and all at a reasonable cost. Eulogy has it all, great service and great food. We'll be back often
Posted by fiesta on 02/03/2012
Went with a group of twenty restaurant people and had some of the best hamburgers we ever tried, the meat was a blend of spices that went fantastic with the Belgian fries they serve. A few tried the steak frietjes and loved them but found the prime rib to be too much food to eat, although very good and a bargain. The fish and chips were better than Dandelion across town. A beer list of over 400 beers kept us sharing beers all night long. The server was very attentive and knew their beers. The overall cost was very low especially considering some the very rare beers we had all night. Wish they had more seats so we could bring a bigger party next time. Fantastic Place, one of Best of Philly
Posted by anonymous on 10/30/2011
we went with a group of 12 people. 4 ordered burgers, none of them finished because the texture of the ground beef didnt feel normal. 3 including myself ordered steak suposed to be sirloin but the meat had a weird grisley texture all the way thru like no other sirloin I have eaten. nobody ate more than 3 or 4 bites. the old bay shrimp appitizer was rubbery, had a cheesy/feet flavor and you needed a pooper scooper because the shrimp were not cleaned. out of 12 people 4 said it was "just ok". the other 8 of us left 3/4 to 1/2 the meal sit. if you rarely travel to old town like everyone in our group dont ruine an exciting night out with friends. with all the choices of places to eat we were disapointed we picked Eulogy
Posted by Anonymous on 07/09/2010
One of my favorite places to go to in Philly.Try the Lachouffe and the piraat (two of the most outstanding beers i've ever tasted).The food is good but not extraordinary but who cares...they have enough beer to make up for it!
Posted by Anonymous on 02/01/2010
Great spot to grab a good beer and not have to deal with normal old city snobbery. Bartender was great with a fantastic beer knowledge (an a hot beard to match). Think his name was dan or Dave. Will go back for sure.
Posted by Inattentive service at best on 07/13/2009
.....you will miss the first half of the movie! OK, so they've got a beer for every day of the year - fine. But let's face it, the food is no better than what you'd get at a hundred others pubs in the city. The atmosphere is kind of funereal and rather cramped and cluttered feeling. The worst part is the service! You could end up like the skeleton in the coffin on the second floor waiting for your server! I got the feeling the bartender does double-duty. By the time she gets to you it seems like she's "in no mood for your crap!"
Posted by PhillyTom on 12/18/2008
Not much you can do to screw up mussels. But they did. These were the tiniest mussels I have ever eaten...so small the dinner fork they gave me didn't work...I had to use my fingers. I usually love slurping up the broth with bread. Here, the bread was cold and hard...and the broth was so salty it was inedible. If I were in my 20's, I might think this was a cool place to sample Belgian beer. But I'm well beyond that...and for the prices I was paying...the food/ambiance/experience was FAR below par.