2063 South St, Philadelphia, PA | Directions 1914639.945144 -75.176874
Neighborhoods: Center City, Fitler Square
Best Veggie Burger in Town – My husband & I are regulars here. We love their veggie burger + pesto mayo. Fries are always delicious here, too. My husband has tried many of the other chicken/turkey sandwiches and wraps, but prefers the veggie.
Good selection of beers. Great bloody Mary's!
Casual setting with ample TVs.
terrific Pub Food- great neighborhood bar – one of my favorite G-Ho Hangouts. the food is amazing! the atmosphere is relaxed and fun. the beer selection is great too. we are here at least once every weekend! i highly recommend it!
Convenient – When Ten Stone opened the neighborhood was excited there was no looking back, no worries, a new beautiful, cozy, neighborhood bar was here and here to stay. The first year or two were great, the food and service was good, solid. Then it happened popularity overtook quality. Service and food started to slip and unfortunateley never came back. And that cool pool room..."reserved" for groups during peak hours. Ten Stone we miss the old you.
great beer list and good atmosphere – we head over to tenstone to have a good glass of beer. As for their food, at times when it isn't too busy, the food has been great. Other times, not so much. But the place is chill the selection on tap is awesome and its a great place to go with your friends from work and throw some darts.
BEER – Go there for the beer. It is a great little local pub. The beer selection is large and frequently changing. I love beer, and if you love beer (Miller Lite drinkers stay home) and darts, go. The beer prices always leave me happy. Some pubs try to charge exorbitant amounts for local microbrews, but Ten Stone knows that this is heresy. Local should be affordable for the locals. They execute this well, and when paired with its food, the night is complete. Typical pub fare done right. Do not go for a gourmet meal. But if you like variety for a reasonable price and good beers to go along with it, this is the place.
Decent beer selection with so-so food – We've been here multiple times, each time thinking that maybe we came on a bad-food day. Not so. Everything we tried has been average or very disappointing, i.e. bland chicken sandwiches, Gordon's fish sticks are way better than their fish and chips - fish was overfried and dry (fries are ok), cold obvious-Gardenburger veggie burgers, etc. I haven't had their beef burgers, but they are the one thing that looks promising. Ordered Belgian beer from the tap and it came in an 8 oz. wine glass, which is very a-typical and cheap, considering you pay the same or less at Grace Tavern for similar beers and for a full serving. It's a shame that this places misses on a couple key things, since it's a nice inside and the outdoor seating is a plus. If you go here, I recommend sticking with regular food that's hard to screw up, like burgers and salads, and steering clear from Belgian beer on tap.
Great variety of beer, relaxed atmosphere, friendly bartenders – Four of us met up for beers and some food on a Tuesday night. I arrived first; both the bartenders as well as the other patrons were friendly and relaxed. This is a outstanding neighborhood bar.
An airy spin on the classic English pub. – In Short
The past's extensive renovation wrought a modern-feeling British pub with exposed brick and manila-envelope colored walls, strategically placed candles and wooden tables. The front room is the main bar, with windows overlooking the street. The back room hosts a pool table and dartboard, as well as a very English stone fireplace. There's comfort and coddling for all comers with 15 beers on tap, including local microbrews as well as some Euro favorites, and a menu of simple but upscale pub fare.
Great hang – It's like being at a great bar, with the option of great restaurant food. It's got the pub draw, with lots of beers on tap, pool table, darts, a large enough bar that you can usually find a stool to sit on and gab with the bartenders. And when you get hungry, you're not relegated to nachos and burgers. The fondue is worth a weekly visit.
Cozy Place, great beer selection & great food – I went to this bar for a hour hour event and was surprised at how much in the interior (especially ) had changed since the last time I was there. Back in the day, it was Cafe Limbo & then briefly a Copabanana. It is now a very cozy, inviting bar that I will definitely go back to. I noticed it also has outside seating as well. The food offered on the menu was a little outside the box which gives the bar a little of an eclectic feel. Not a negative as far as I'm concerned.
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