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Posted by Ryan on 06/01/2009
My friends and I go here once in a while. The wings were really good and not covered in grease and sauce. The beers are $2 on some nights (for Coors light) and the staff is really friendly and helpful. A consistently good spot.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/22/2009
this used to be one of my favorite restaurants, but the food and service have been lacking over the past few months. It still has the best wings in Philly and a great value, but don't expect superior service
Posted by Patty on 07/15/2008
This place is the best 30 drafts Phillys Best Wings good bar food,nice long old wood bar I like the second floor on Saturday nights for karaoke.This bar is inviting and warm everything an Irish pub should be friendly and authentic
Posted by Anonymous on 02/20/2008
My family had a Saturday night reservation on February 2. We chose Moriarty's because the variety of items on the menu would satisfy the diverse dinner requirements of my family. After we were seated, we were advised that when there is a play at the Forrest Theatre that they scale back the menu to one page with very limited choices. Since we were a large group, our options for other restaurants were restricted. I wish this policy was stated on the menu or I was told this when I made my reservation.
Posted by none on 07/25/2007
Probably some of the best in the city. Very consistant, neighborhood bar feel, great service, big bear selection, best wings -- they are huge, some of the best potato soup i've ever had. I've had the burrito here and it was good. My friends and family have all been with me, since i live nearby and go frequently, and they all love it, even the kids. All the burgers and chix sands are great. Prices are very very reasonable-- even for liquor drinks are a lot cheaper here than most bars in the city
Posted by Anonymous on 07/18/2007
I agree with the previous poster regarding the wings. They are probably the best I have had in the city. It is the entire wing and drumstick that count as a wing. Most places have them separated. The meat is good quality and isn't that super fatty jumbo type wing that grosses me out. It also isn't swimming in sauce. I didn't like the Mexican my girlfriend tried but I don't recommend getting Mexican or Thai in an Irish restaurant. I got a sandwich and really liked it. Will definately re-visit it.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/25/2006
I eat here pretty often. They have the best buffalo wings in Philadelphia (seriously - made on the premises rather than the usual frozen wings dipped in the deep fryer) and your usual burgers and sandwiches and big screen tvs. What I like about it is the consistency: You just don't have bad meals here, unlike certain other Center City bar/restaurants.