We are a cozy, European-style bar and restaurant featuring a fantastic Italian-inspired menu.
We are located in the Fairmount section of Philadelphia, a short walk from the Art Museum.
As the first establishment in Philadelphia to specialize in Belgian beers, we continue to provide our customers with a wide variety of draft and bottle beers from Belgium and around the world. The focus in our fireside dining is good food at a good price. There’s something to fit everyone’s budget and taste. We’re easy to get to either by car or public transportation. We hope to see you soon! Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter @bridgidsphilly or email email@example.com to be added to the Mailing list for upcoming events.
Hours of Operation
Brunch: Sunday, 11 AM – 3 PM. Dinner: Mon-Sat 4 PM – 11 PM, Sun 4 PM-10 PM.
Shut up ‘n’ Eat: chef’s choice $5 plate, Friday, Saturday, and one week night 11 PM-midnight. Follow us on twitter @bridgidsphilly to find out which week night it’ll be!
Forms of Payment
We accept All Major Credit Cards, Travelers Checks and Cash.
Reservations available for Parties of All Sizes
Please call us at 215-232-3232 if you would like to ensure that you can be seated at a particular time. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries about large parties or private events.
$5 Plates, $4 Select Drafts, $4 House Wines, $4 Well Drinks 4PM-6PM M-F
We have two warm, inviting, intimate rooms for dining. Or if you prefer the social feel of a pub, you can dine at the bar. In either case, our friendly and knowledgeable staff will make you feel right at home! Although a great place for a romantic date, we are kid friendly too. The upstairs dining room is available for small private parties – contact email@example.com for more information!
Public Transportation Access and Parking
For those city dwellers or out-of-town visitors who are accustomed to taking the bus in and around Center City, we are conveniently located near several routes. Logon to www.septa.com and look for routes 48, 32, and 7. The Flash also stops nearby at the Art Museum only a few blocks away. If you chose to drive, parking is available on the street or in a pay lot on Fairmount between 22nd and 23rd streets.