801 N 3rd St, Philadelphia, PA | Directions 1912339.963418 -75.142848
Mon. - Fri. 4pm - 2am;Sat. - Sun. 11am - 3:30pm
Neighborhoods: North Philadelphia, Northern Liberties/ Fishtown
Perfect place for Sunday morning beer, brunch and football. – Me and my friends always try to come here on for Sunday morning football and brunch. Always a great time. It's one of the few places that has a fancypants menu, but still has the atmosphere of a cool bar. In other words, the person eating the eggs benedict at the table next to you isn't going to lose their stuff if you start yelling at the monitors. This place is also incredible at night--lots of great looking people, excellent choice of beer and music that doen't want to make you rip your head out.
outdoor seating, sports bar, nice food, loud, smokey – Went for our Sunday brunch. Long wait for a table and long wait for the food. Very, very nice staff. The food here is very nice, but really no different than what most "in" places are doing these days. I had the N 3rd salad with chicken. Good - but a little spare with the chicken. I also don't care for salads with cherry tomatoes. My wife had the pulled pork omelet. Great idea, but the pork was cold. Looking around I would say that the platters looked pretty good. I'd like to try the chili omelet and the salmon dishes.
This place is very noisy. We were outside and still found ouselves crinching at the loud screams of the folks watching and Eagles game on the bar tv. I can't imagine what inside was like!
But, that's what folks go there for. We were the outsiders.
This is also a big smoker's place. Here again, even though we were outside, the smoke hits you.
If you're just looking for a pleasant Sunday brunch, there are numerous other places just as good or better. If you want the Eagles, beer , cigarettes and rowdy comeraderie - this is for you.
eclectic bar – This is always a busy place. I usually find a place at the bar with a couple friends. I havent tried the food, but its definitely warrants the $$. A nice selection of beer and ale. My favorite is the abt 12 Belgian beer. N 3rd truly has a feeling unto its own.
Cozy corner bistro-bar easygoing enough for drinks but serious about comfort food. – In Short
N 3rd's dining room is a reflection of its neighborhood: dark, sometimes noisy, always laid back and constantly emitting the effortless glamour of local artists who don't know they're glamorous. The menu falls under the newly familiar comfort food classification, which, it would seem, has come to cover dishes like yummy cornmeal-crusted, salt-and-pepper-dusted calamari served with a fruity dip and rich, flavorful vegetable and Parmesan risotto. Check the chalkboard for the day's specials.
Really good food for a good price – N. 3rd has done well with Dunmire taking over as chef. Consistently good food at a good price with a nice atmosphere to boot.
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