LaScala’s – The Italian You Remember Having at Home

LaScala's Restaurant Bar Philadelphia Historic District Market East

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Rating: 3.3/5 (3 votes cast)

The Italian influence in Philadelphia goes back generations ands runs deep. LaScala’s continues the tradition of cooking and serving from family recipes passed down from parents to children and grandchildren. LaScala’s does it well, keeping it traditional while adding some present day touches making for a very good dining experience.

The LaScala’s Experience: On Friday, June 29, 2012 about 8:10 P.M. I walk into LaScala’s and sit at the bar. The bar is big and juts into the room giving most seats a good view of the restaurant and out onto the sidewalk through the large windows facing both South 7th and Chestnut Streets. About 10 seats on one side and around the corner of the bar the adjacent side has about 8 seats. All seats have great views of the three large screen televisions high on the wall in a row behind the bar.

The televisions usually have sports on and tonight the Phillies are playing which always makes for a good night for me to sit at the bar and have a meal. LaScala’s is in a unique predicament when it comes to showing the Phillies. Their building only has DIRECTV, if I understood the explanation correctly, this is a landlord decision, not LaScala’s. The Phillies are broadcast locally in Philadelphia either on Channel 17 or Comcast SportsNet. DIRECTV does not carry Comcast SportsNet, a competition issue. If the Phillies are on Comcast SportsNet then LaScala’s cannot show the game at the bar.  They do try and stream it over the web but a previous evening I experienced this and it did not make for a comfortable experience.

I have been to LaScala’s several times both eating at the bar and at a table. The service and food have always been very good. Tonight the food was good as usual.  I had the Sausage & Peppers and the Baked Meatballs. Two appetizers, both were delicious with large portions and filling. Unfortunately the bartender was not very service oriented this evening. When I sat down the bartender was nowhere to be found for a while. This MIA behavior continued throughout the evening at the uncrowded, non-busy bar. The bartender made herself a drink and carried it around with her while she worked, even stopping to chat a while with a friend between the taking and the placing my appetizer order. Like I said, I’ve been here before and never experienced this and will go back. I have to assume the service tonight was a fluke.

Business Travelers: I recommend LaScala’s for a good Italian meal with a group of friends, co-workers, clients or colleagues. You can’t beet it’s location in “America’s Most Historic Square Mile.” While visiting LaScala’s allow time to check out Independence National Historical Park especially Washington Square Park, Independence Hall and the attractions along Independence Mall including the The National Museum of American Jewish History and the National Constitution Center. Women traveling on business will feel welcome and comfortable in LaScala’s and the surrounding neighborhood.

BarTaste Rating  ★★★☆☆ 

LaScala’s Italian American Home-Style
615 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
215-928-0900

LaScala’s Menu
Philadelphia Magazine LaScala’s Review

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Westbury – Longtime Neighborhood Standby

Westbury Bar and Restaurant Philadelphia

Photo by DoctorWho via flickr.



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Rating: 2.6/5 (2 votes cast)

 

Some friends and I were looking for a place to sit at the bar and watch the Phillies game.  Our first choice, while not crowded, had no seats available at the bar so we decided to go to the nearby Westbury, a predominately gay bar which bills itself as a sports place.  Tuesday, May 23, 2012 about 7:30 P.M we sat down and ordered drinks and I was looking forward to doing a Westbury review.   There have been some improvements to the Westbury over the past few years including many large televisions making a TV visible from every seat at the bar.  Also there are about 16 taps with plans to soon take that number to 20 making for a very nice beer selection.  Food is basic bar food.  I had the Fish & Chips and loaded fries.  Why did I ordered so many fires? Food was good.  Menu is basic sandwiches burgers and salads.  Westbury is participating in Philly Beer Week 2012.

The Westbury Bar Experience:  The Westbury has my favorite bar setup, a center bar.  There are a couple of pillars which are part of the bar which do obstruct some views but not significantly.  The two longer sides of the bar have about 12 seats each while the two shorter sides have about 6 seats.  Bartender and wait staff are very nice and attentive and service was good.  No credit cards accepted at the bar and the drinks and food are handled separately by the bartender and waiter respectively.  Credit cards are accepted for food.  Not particularly crowded on this night.  Music is handled by a jukebox and we were not particularly happy with the selection this evening didn’t go well with the game. Maybe we should have selected the music ourselves. No game sound on tonight, just the jukebox music.

Business Travelers:  As I mentioned the Westbury has a predominately loyal, male, gay clientele from the surrounding neighborhood.  It has been part of Philadelphia’s gay scene for a long time and is not particularly close to the hotels or business district.  There were a couple of business people having drinks and food at the bar. The staff and patrons would certainly make any visitors feel welcome and comfortable. We like that there is always a sporting event on the televisions, good basic bar food and nice beer selection.

BarTaste Rating  ★★★☆☆ 

Westbury Bar and Restaurant
261 South 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-546-5170
Westbury Menu
Westbury at Philly Beer Week 2012

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Perch Pub – Location and Lamb Burger

Perch Pub Bar Philadelphia

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Rating: 3.3/5 (3 votes cast)

 

On Thursday, April 19, 2012 at around 8 p.m. I was in the neighborhood walking by a sign outside of Perch Pub announcing the Lamb Burger as a special and knew immediately where I would have my next Restaurant Bar Meal and do my next review. The Lamb Burger is not on the regular menu but it is often a special.  I’ve had the Lamb Burger several times before, enjoying it each time, so tonight I ordered the corn and tomato soup special along with the Lamb Burger and was not disappointed.

The meal was delicious as usual but the bar was oddly empty for 8 p.m. on a Thursday night.  I was happy with my easy seat selection, large televisions and good meal.  A nice, relaxing and quiet meal.  I would describe the menu as higher end gastropub fare.  Definitely several steps above your normal pub menu.  Perch Pub is on our Top 10 Places for the Phillies list.

The Perch Pub Bar Experience: Perch Pub is on the 2nd floor with views of South Broad Street above Varalli Restaurant (sound autoplay warning, why?). The bar is facing the wall and has two sections: a long section with about 12 seats connecting to a semi-circular section which wraps around to the wall with about 12 more seats.  Most seats face the wall and the televisions while the seats which wrap around afford a view of the entire bar and a peek at the restaurant beyond.  No seat is bad, expect fewer seats available at Happy Hour and at game time.  Lots of neighborhood residents frequent the place.  I am disappointed that my favorite, and the friendliest, bartender recently left to move to New York.  The remaining staff are friendly and pleasant and will certainly take good care of you.  Definitely recommend.

Business Travelers:  During several visits I have encountered business people dining at the bar while staying in nearby hotels.  Several  business travelers I met eat at the place regularly.  They enjoy the good food and friendly conversation. Perch Pub is absolutely appropriate for any kind of business traveler out alone or with coworkers, colleagues or customers.  Whether you are conducting business or relaxing during your business trip I recommend Perch Pub.  Perch is an good place for woman business travelers traveling alone. Very convenient to nearby hotels on South Broad Street and in the Rittenhouse Square and Midtown Village neighborhoods as well as the theaters.

BarTaste Rating  ★★★☆☆ 

Perch Pub
1345 Locust Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-546-4090
Perch Pub Menu
South Philly Review Perch Pub Review

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Square Peg – Revved Up Comfort Food

Square hole round peg 3D guy

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Rating: 3.2/5 (2 votes cast)

 

Newcomer Square Peg has been on my list since it opened and I was happy to head there and enjoy a meal at the bar.  I arrived on Friday April 13, 2012 at 8:15 pm concerned that there would be few seats on a Friday but to my surprise there were several at the bar.  I parked myself at the downstairs bar in front a television showing the Phillies game.

I order the Jewish Wedding Soup and then the Breakfast Poutine which I have been wanting ever since I saw a picture.  The Poutine is fried eggs, sausage gravy and crispy bacon over fries.  Both were good.  I have since been back for dinner with friends and have had the Fried Chicken Tacos, Mac & Cheese Grilled Cheese with Tomato Soup and the Cheesesteak Pot Pie.  The second meal was better than the first. Next to try is the Tacos in a Bag.

The Square Peg Bar Meal Experience: Staff is friendly.  The downstairs bar faces the wall and has about 12 seats on the long side and two on the short side with the north side a service area.  There is a bar upstairs and we will save that for our next visit.  The two end seats give a partial view of the restaurant and out the windows onto 10th Street.  Two televisions are at either end on the wall facing the bar with sports on.  This night the Phillies and Flyers were both playing.  I sat near the Phillies TV at the right end of the long side.  Check out the televisions before you sit down as some seats do not offer a view of both

Business Travelers: The restaurant’s location  is a big asset for business travelers on the east side of Broad Street and especially those staying near or attending events at the Pennsylvania Convention Center and those near the Historic District Office Area.  Walking is a good, safe and easy way to go. I suggesting walking south to Walnut Street and east on Walnut to 10th Street, it is a much more pleasant walk.  If you are visiting Jefferson University, Square Peg puts you right in the middle of everything Jefferson.  Many of Philadelphia’s Theaters are within an easy walk. Square Peg is a good place to come alone to sit at the bar and eat or to come with colleagues or customers.  Good for women business travelers traveling alone. Take a look at the menu, the food is great twist on comfort food and old standards.

BarTaste Rating  ★★★☆☆ 

Square Peg
929 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-413-3600
Square Peg Menu
Philly Loves Fun Square Peg Review

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How Much to Tip at a BYOB? Mercato: What a Terrific Meal!

 


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Rating: 3.5/5 (2 votes cast)

Usually I write about meals eaten at restaurant bars to give you feel for the overall experience including the food, placement of the bar, how the bar blends into the overall restaurant scene, the friendliness of the other bar patrons, the quality of the service and personality of the staff. We at BarTaste think this can be very useful if you are a local looking for a good meal while sitting at a bar or a traveler unfamiliar with the area looking for a good place, maybe even alone, to sit at the bar and eat, especially relevant to the business traveler.

Sometimes we stray off topic a bit.  Eating at bars and writing about the experience will naturally exclude a number of new and favorite restaurants because they have no bar.  This is especially true with BYOBs, no liquor often means no bar. Some have kitchen bars where you can sit at a counter in front of the kitchen and watch all the action, we will review those as well.

Finally the point, whew!  How much to tip at a BYOB?  You bring your liquor, probably wine but it certainly could be something else.  The server opens it and keeps it cool if necessary and pours throughout the meal.  Seems to me that there is no difference in the service whether or not you bought the bottle in the restaurant or bought it there. The cost of the bottle is not on the check.  I’m always surprised when I get the check thinking something is wrong and it is too low then quickly realizing no booze in the total.  So what do you do?  How do you figure out a tip?

Sunday evening April 22, 2012 about 8:15 PM a friend and I went to Mercato, one of my favorite BYOBs.  It is a terrific Italian place.  We brought wine and ordered the Mussels and Clams, Short Rib Ragu and Parmesan Crusted Veal Cutlets to share.  All was absolutely delicious but the Short Rib Ragu was the star.  The meat and the gnocchi were just wonderful.  We topped this all off with a great desert, the Bitterseet Molten Chocolate Cake.  Nice, fun place with great service.  The restaurant is tightly packed but that makes for part of the fun.  No reservations but we got right in probably because of the rainy cold night kept many people at home.

The check came in at about $71.  I normally start my tip at 20% going up or down from there depending on how the service is.  Certainly had we ordered wine with dinner the check would have been higher so I always take a higher number as a starting point for determining the tip, a starting point as if a moderately priced bottle of wine had been included.  Our tip came to about 30% of the actually check and probably about 22% had wine been included.  Getting good service in a restaurant is a pleasure and I like to say thanks.  Leaving a larger tip in a BYOB, where you are getting the same service for your bottle, just makes sense to me.  Take care of your server and thank them for a job well done including keeping that wine cool and your glass full.

BarTaste Rating  ★★★★☆ 

Mercato
1216 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-985-2962
Mercato Menu
Philadelphia Weekly Mercato Review ”You’re Quite the Dish: Octopus at Mercato”

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Jamonera – Spanish Small Plates, Delicious and Great Service

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Rating: 3.6/5 (2 votes cast)

I remember reading a quote from Valerie Safran, who opened Jamonera with Marcie Turney, about why they closed Bindi, the Indian BYOB which had previously occupied the space.  I found the quote again on Foobooz: “After a while you get tired of hearing people say, ‘We don’t eat Indian food’.”  That was me, although I’ve eaten several terrific meals at Tashan.  Thanks for making the switch to Jamonera.

I walked into Jamonera on Thursday, March 29, 2012 a little after 7:30 pm.  I had been to Jamonera for dinner before and was really looking forward to sitting at the bar, having a meal and writing a review for BarTaste. Ugh, I was quickly disappointed as there were no bar seats available.  The very nice hostess said she thought some people were leaving soon but the place is small with nowhere to really wait.  I went across the street to a bench in front of Zavino (a good place for a bar meal, review to come) and did some email and tweets, it was a beautiful evening.  I kept my eye on the door of Jamonera (is it possible to stalk a restaurant?) and suddenly three people I had seen sitting at the bar walked out the door.  I quickly crossed the street and claimed one of the 3 seats on the short side of the bar.  Turns out this is the best place to sit.

I order a drink and ask for a menu.  The bartender was very nice and attentive and extraordinarily busy.  Lots of people working here, one guy behind the bar was just wiping glasses. They could have helped out the bartender a bit, maybe with place settings at the bar for example. The bartender worked fast, furiously and efficiently and my service did not suffer at all.  I often will just drink some of my cocktail before ordering a meal and did just that this evening. I’ll order something else to drink with my meal. The bartender nicely asks to borrow my menu (menu shortage?) to show someone else, promising to bring it back which he does but I already knew what I was ordering.  Maybe some trees were saved?

I order the Spanish Breakfast and it just looks good but tastes even better.  A nice start to a Thursday bar dinner.  It was served on a skinny plate, long and narrow.  I’ve encounter this before while eating a bar meal at Valanni.  Maybe I’m a sloppy eater but I struggled to keep the food on the plate again, eating some of it off the bar. It was all worth it. The Spanish Breakfast was delicious and I highly recommend it. I remembered a Marcie and Valerie connection to Valanni and found Marcie mentioning it on Grub Street Philadelphia. Perhaps the skinny plates came along.

I’m ready for another course, my bar neighbors say the Papa Frita is very good, it sure looks good, but I already know what I am ordering.  I order the Mergues Sausage which was terrific.  What else to follow the eggs on my Spanish Toast?

Jamonera has about 8 seats on the long side of the bar and 3 seats on the short side. The long side faces the wall so the best place to sit, if you can, is the short side 3 seats which allow you to see half the restaurant and out through the windows onto bustling 13th Street. Food is terrific, service wonderful and the Sangria is not bad as well.  I highly recommend.

BarTaste Rating  ★★★★☆ 

Jamonera
105 South 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-922-6061
Jamonera Menu
South Philly Review Jamonera Review

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10 Best Restaurant Bars for Watching The Phillies

The Phillies opener is so close, I feel like a 5 year old waiting for Christmas. I’ve got my tickets for the home opener on Monday April 9th but where will I watch the season opener at the Pirates on Thursday April 5th?  I know its at 1:35 on a Thursday afternoon so boot camp will have to do without me this week. You will probably find me eating at the bar at one of these places:

1. Misconduct Tavern

It’s like the stars aligned: food, seats, TVs, bartenders and other customers, all terrific.  It’s the best.

1511 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA (215) 732-5797
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2. Cavanaugh’s Rittenhouse

Adult party place, super enthusiastic crowd and Tatter Tots!

1823 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA (215) 665-9500
Menu
Cavanaugh's Rittenhouse on Urbanspoon

3. Perch Pub

Really like the food, great staff and friendly crowd.  Could stay here, eat and drink for hours.  Second floor view can’t be beat. One of the TVs is too high and you have to crane your neck upward to watch.

1345 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA (215) 546-4090
Menu
Perch Pub on Urbanspoon

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Blue Bear Turns Into The Boiler Maker

We were walking down 11th Street and came upon this sign.  Blue Bear only recently closed.  Welcome to The Boiler Maker.  We’ve added to our list of places we plan to review.  Check our To Be Reviewed Map.  Grub Street Philadelphia has more details.

The Boiler Maker
216 South 11th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

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Valanni – Good Views, Good Food

Really like those under the bar hooks.


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Rating: 3.3/5 (3 votes cast)

Walked into Valanni on Tuesday 3/13/2012 about 8:15 PM, sat at the bar and ordered a drink and asked for a dinner menu.  Not too crowded with lots of seats available.  The few people there began drifting out, sounded like they had been there since happy hour. Tuesdays in general are an easy night in most places to get a seat at the bar for dinner.

Valanni has been around for a while, since 1999, and the food is always good.  The location is on a happening little strip of Spruce Street close to several other popular restaurants making the street scene enjoyable.  The front of the restaurant opens up, floor to ceiling, to the street with a large sidewalk seating area.

I order the Grilled Merguez and the special Hawaiian Wahoo over polenta.  I’ve learned from past experiences to order each course separately while sitting at the bar to eat to avoid having the plates come out too quickly.  The strategy worked.  The lamb sausage was delicious with lots of onions which I particularly like. It was served on a “stylish?” long, thin plate (10 in by 2 in?). Every time I tried to eat a bite some food some slipped off the plate onto the bar.  Despite the mess it was very tasty.  The fish was great as well, flakey white fish cooked perfectly and yummy polenta.

I like the bar at Valanni because it is almost perfectly square, about 8 seats per side, so every point offers some view.  Bars in the center of the room work well bringing the bar patrons into the restaurant instead of facing the wall.  Unfortunately lots of Philly real estate is long and narrow making this setup difficult to achieve.  Valanni’s bar does have several structural obstructions which make some seats a little Siberian-like but there are plenty of goods seats if you choose carefully.  I sat at the back wall giving me a view of the entire bar and most of the restaurant out to the street.  Probably the best bar seat in the place.  Other patrons were friendly although not many there.  Bartender was friendly and attentive although three beautiful girls walked up to the bar distracting him a little. One small television, so if you go to watch TV your seating options are very limited and you might have competition selecting a channel.  No TV on tonight.  They seem to put the TV on for major sporting events but I’m sure they would accommodate requests.

Food was very good, bartender nice.  I rate the place 4 stars really because of the square bar.  I’m very partial to this design and it really draws the bar eater into the restaurant.

BarTaste Rating  ★★★★☆ 

Valanni
1229 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-970-9494
Valanni Menu

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Mixto – Latin Food and a Scene

Mixto First Floor Bar

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Rating: 3.6/5 (2 votes cast)

Tuesday March 6, 2012, about 8:15 PM, I arrived at Mixto planning to sit at the upstairs bar which has a TV. The upstairs was closed so I sat at the first floor bar and ordered a drink, Red Sangria.  The Bartender was absolutely terrific, smooth and calm under the pressure of making my drink, elaborate drinks for rest of the bar and the entire restaurant.  It was pure entertainment watching the bartender work.

I ordered black bean soup and arroz con pollo cubano with red beans. Food was terrific and I took some home to eat for lunch the next day.  See, I do eat things besides burgers and fish and chips.

Three girls, one with comedy show like high and whinny voice, were putting on quite a show to my right at the end of the bar. Two more girls to my immediate right snickering and eye rolling at the very load antics of the other three.  I could barely control myself when the bartender offered to make them a drink called a “Jersey Turnpike”.  A perfect fit. Guy sits down on the left and his date arrives with overwhelming perfume, my eyes water.  Luckily they sat at a table quickly, I pity their nearby diners.

First floor bar is tucked into the back almost in an alcove with about 9 high-back seats, I was sitting about three seats from the left.  You are facing the wall and you see nothing of the restaurant or windows. It’s probably one of the most isolated bars for me to date. This will not stop me from coming back.  The food and the Latin, Cuban and Spanish drinks are always good at Mixto.  The bartender was very friendly and I learned a lot from his drink making.  Of course the three on the right were enough to entertain for one night. The upstairs bar deserves a visit on another night.

The arroz con pollo came too fast, I was not done my black bean soup.  This has happened before while eating at a bar, not unique to Mixto.  If you are eating more than one course while sitting at a bar, order them one at a time.

BarTaste Rating  ★★★☆☆ 

Mixto
1141 Pine Street
Philadelphia, PA
(215) 592-0363
Mixto Menu

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Where is the Drexel Love? – Is Philly a REAL sports town?

March Madness, lots of fun, lots of upsets.  No Philly area teams left in the NCAA Tournament but Drexel is still playing in the NIT, National Invitational Tournament.  Drexel just missed the NCAA Tourney but Drexel in the NIT on ESPN in prime time on a Tuesday is not bad.

I began a search for a bar with decent food with the Drexel game on TV, hoping to do a review for this site.  This began a long walking odyssey through the Washington Square West, Bella Vista and South Street neighborhoods in Philadelphia, visiting four, YES FOUR, restaurant/bars which tout themselves as sports lovers and not one had the Drexel game on.  Several have TVs everywhere yet all tuned to the Flyers.  Philly you think you are a real sports town?

Now I like the Flyers but why no Drexel?  It’s March and all hockey has been serving up lately is staged, bloody fights which have cheapened an already niche league.  Where is the love for a big local school? Drexel, Philly’s only team still playing in March, 24,000 students, started here in 1891. I am an Alum.

Drexel lost.  Maybe a little love would have made the difference?

Ask to change the channel? A real Philly bar would plan and KNOW local sports, I call it lazy and uncaring.  Is Philly a REAL sports town?

BarTaste Rating = LAME  ★☆☆☆☆ 

Drexel University
Drexel Dragons Basketball

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