Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Paoli. Paoli /peɪˈoʊliː/ is a census-designated place in Chester County near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. It is situated in portions of two townships: Tredyffrin and Willistown. At the 2010 census, it had a total population of 5,575.
Things to do in Paoli
4 based on 18 reviews
On Saturday night we went with another family to Brick and Brew. First thing you will notice is the wonderful setting. Although we were in the main dining room, there is outdoor deck seating too. Great Crab Dip, Pretzels, Mac-n-Cheese, Chicken Sandwich, and tasty Burgers. Will come back and sit outside this Fall. Special service and different people checked in on us during our dining experience.
4 based on 112 reviews
Dinner at the bar while traveling on business. Thumping music was too loud which made all the conversations louder than necessary, and the decor just makes it reverberate. For the price, I expected some pretty good food, but the asparagus had zero flavor and the mashed potatoes tasted...odd. The salmon on a cedar plank was okay, but was a pretty small serving. Although both bartenders were very nice, service was a bit slow, too, considering it wasnât that busy. Thankfully, I donât spend a lot of time in Pennsylvania, so I never have to come back. I did not try any beer, so I canât speak to the quality.
4 based on 144 reviews
My wife and I have dinner here every couple of weeks. Food is great. Our most frequent dinner choices are, Cobb Salad and Wedge Salad with grilled shrimp.When not having a salad we also enjoy, the Chicken Cheese Steak and the Western Burger. We've tried many other dishes as well. All consistently good!The key to their success is their consistency and good service. Our favorite neighborhood spot!One word of caution: On January 1st the ownership changed hands. Hopefully they will still retain the same menu, waitstaff, and consistein quality.
4 based on 280 reviews
Located just outside Valley Forge National Historical Park, Black Powder Tavern combines local flavors with American history in a pub-like setting. Warm woods and just-dim-enough lighting add to the tavern feel, enhanced by a reclaimed sawn oak bar. Weekn
This was a last second desperate dinner stop. Found info online and raced there before it closed. I had a burger - wow it was great. My brew of choice was not Thomas Jefferson Golden Ale which you can't find where I live. Fantastic...I am hardly a beer drinker and I loved it. My significant other had the cajun mac and cheese and was equally thrilled. Loved the ambiance and being a history buff I was giddy to say the least. Definitely recommend. Hope I have a reason to head back out there..
4 based on 90 reviews
Excellent bar food, quick, friendly service, and a very good selection of beers. We had an excellent lunch there on a Saturday afternoon with the family and everyone enjoyed their selection. The Texas Tommy with fries was great for the kids. The portion was a good size and more than the smaller kids could handle. We will return.
3 based on 37 reviews
Its a small chain at 3 locations.
They've changed the menu - sadly removed one of my favorites in eliminating their smoker and BBQ products, but they've added in some new things that keeps us coming back. They are a friendly bunch, seem to attract a blend of sports enthusiasts (lots of TVs with sports) and general diners. Groups seem to gravitate here quite frequently and they are well setup for it. I did a review a year ago and mentioned the bar could sometimes get a smell from the mats, but they've fixed that issue so someone is paying attention and doing their best to take in feedback. If you've never been, give a try!
4 based on 25 reviews
I work near Baxter's, and enjoy stopping after work with friends to kick back, catch up on the day's event's, and enjoy Baxters cold beer. The food is great, whether it's a French Dip, Wings, Specials like Shrimp Rockefeller(I had that tonight), it all is cooked with a lot of love, and attention. All the bartenders are great, and very friendly. I've been coming to Baxter's for about 5 years, and I've always enjoyed great food, a fun clientele, and the best service in Paoli.. #Shrimp Rockefeller #BartendersRule #BeerSoTastyThanks for the great review!
4 based on 75 reviews
Ate here recently . I really loved the IPAâs. They had 2-3 on the beer menu along with some other interesting varieties . âHipster Catnipâ was my favorite IPA. Food was very good- mostly Mexican themed - empanadas, tacos. Very flavorful. Not too spicy. We hung out upstairs in their party room and they have darts and the ring toss game - FUN! Service was really good.
4 based on 106 reviews
Second location of Wayne's popular Family Friendly Restaurant with a Great Bar! Opened in June of 2014. Same Great Menu and Friendly Service!!
We've driven by many times and finally decided to stop by. When you enter, you see a comfortable bar area to the right and tables for seating to the left. They have managed a modern yet casual atmosphere good for all types. The staff are friendly and knowledgeable. We got lucky as it was Wednesday and select wines were half price for members so we signed up on the spot. The menu was interesting and straightforward full of classic american favorites like Meatloaf, Pulled Pork, Chicken Marsala as well as Burgers, and Brick Oven Pizzas.The quality of the food was very good and we enjoyed our Cesar Salads, Meatloaf and Tacos.We left happy diners and will certainly return.
4 based on 105 reviews
Found T.J.'s on a restaurant search after my earlier experience at another "sports bar" in the area. A couple of miles further, but worth a try. Found them fairly easily, they are off of Lancaster road in a shopping area, so don't drive past it! Parking is a bit of a challenge during peak periods, as is seating (only been on the bar side, may need to check the "table side". ) Anyway, the hostess got me to a hightop table near the bar, place about 85-90% full. (Again, only saw the bar side) Took several minutes for the server to get to me, but not because he wasn't working, he was crazy busy, the only server I saw that wasn't behind the bar.I think they need more staff and the place is so small there isn't room for too many more servers to get in and out of the kitchen... Anyway, I ordered a drink and the banging shrimp. Again, a significant wait for the drink as he is covering everyone... got my drink with the ice about half melted, still since it was bourbon on the rocks and I didn't think I would get the next one any faster, I wasn't sending it back! About 10-15 minutes later, the banging shrimp came out and I was pleasantly surprised at large shrimp cooked perfectly, with a very light "dusting" type breading with an excellent seasoned aioli with thinly sliced almonds and cilantro garnish. A very delicious take on the "spicy shrimp" appetizer that everyone has now.... So, I liked the appetizer well enough that I decided to stay with the theme. So I asked about the shrimp and dandan noodles, the server told me it was the most popular dish in the restaurant, so I gave it a shot... Well, now I know why it is so popular. Again the perfectly prepared shrimp in a smoked paprika based spice palette with a delightful Asian noodle and an excellent mix of seasoning and garnishes, with plenty of spicy broth. By the way, I wasn't thrilled about the idea of the Brussels leafs but never even tasted them, so no worries! I have been here 3 times in as many weeks and have had this same meal each time. One of these days, I will try some of the other menu choices... but maybe not...The food gets 5 stars. The parking, seating and waiting gets maybe 3 stars. But, I suppose since I go once a week, it must be worth it...
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