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The Trestle Inn
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339 N 11th St Philadelphia, PA 19107
339 North 11th StreetUSPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia19107
$BarToday 5:00 pm – 2:00 am
Monday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amThursday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amFriday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amSaturday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amSunday Closed
Philadelphia's unique bar and venue serving up over 55+ whiskeys, delicious whiskey cocktails such as the Classic Whiskey Sour, dinner and entertainment including mod Go Go dancers, DJs and special events. Great for parties and celebrating that special occasion.
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Lively bar with go-go dancers, live music & DJs plus bar eats & a long list of cocktails & spirits.- Google
"This place offers a very nice selection of whiskies, since it is a whiskey bar."
"The pot pie was pretty good, too, but was rather small."
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5 months ago
I dance here and always have good time
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Ed Rodrigo
a year ago
stopped by on my way to see paul weller at union transfer (which is right around the corner). the food was pretty good for a bar. price wasn't bad. music was awesome. had a blast. loved this place. going back soon.
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Rob Swift
3 years ago
Love the Trestle for its great beer selection and awesome atmosphere. Can't wait to make it back!
A Google User
3 years ago
Whiskey, meat, beer, Go Go Girls. What else does one need for a good night out? We had pork belly, bone marrow, and duck confit mac'n cheese. Delicious. I think I remember some nice-looking salads as well, but honestly, I was just in it for the pork belly.
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Patrick Ho
2 years ago
So I came here on a Friday night, and was expecting this small bar-lounge at the corner of a shady street to not be that packed; I was absolutely right!! It wasn't packed, and we came here to grab a quick bite. From the outside looking at the bar, it seemed decent. This place offers a very nice selection of whiskies, since it is a whiskey bar. As for the food, it's a different story. The menu was pretty small, and didn't have much. I had the Trestle meatloaf, which sounded filling, with a side of cesar salad. My friends had the pot pie with a house salad and another meatloaf with picked veggies on the side. The sandwich's ingredients were pretty average, but the meatloaf itself and the ketchup they put on it gave the sandwich the push it needed that made it great. The side salads weren't that good, but the pickled veggies were definitely something to try! The pot pie was pretty good, too, but was rather small. I would definitely come to this place just for the drinks they had, since they have special draft beers and the prices were nice. The service was average. There was only one server, and he didn't come back as often as I would have liked. The environment was also shady. Looking around from the inside, I can tell the bartender and the customers were friendly among themselves, but the location of this bar made it uncomfortable. It is right by a broken-down bridge that I passing through, and everything around the building was broken down and worn. Because of this, I didn't feel entirely safe the whole time I was there. The inside of the restaurant was really, really dark as well, and gave it an ominous feeling, which was perpetuated by the fact that its faded/torn/ripped wallpaper coming from the walls. Pros: Great Whiskey Selection! Not Crazy Crowded Cons: Decor, Environment
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Casey Rose
3 years ago
Food all looked great although I didn't have any. Excellent drinks and beer selection.
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Michael C. Pater
2 years ago
Love this joint.
A Google User
3 years ago
the trestle inn is my new favorite bar in philadelphia, and it feels a little trite saying that because it seems like i've heard that statement come out of many mouths lately...there just isn't anything like it, which isn't something you can say about many bars in philadelphia--a truly distinctive concept, and one that makes for a such good times. great music [can you please make a trestle inn internet radio station?!], *such* fantastic staff, an interior design that strikes a fine balance between grit and glam, entertaining go-go dancers who keep it classy...i think it really comes down to attention to detail that makes the place a grand slam in every way. definitely a really fun scene late night, but my favorite time to be there is earlier in the evening--quieter, more elbow room, great atmosphere for happy hour conversation. and if you're just going there for whiskey and go-go, you don't know what you're missing--the fare at the trestle is very fine and so very well-priced, given the quality of the food. i'm not kidding--the first time i had the tuna salad sandwich [which, when i ordered it, i asked myself *why* am i getting a tuna salad sandwich in a restaurant? i mean...that's what i make at home when i'm feeling lazy...most certainly far less adventurous in theory than many other menu items], it was so good i nearly fell off my stool. in fact, i had to write the owner of the trestle inn *TWO DAYS LATER* to tell him i was still thinking about how good that damn sandwich was. i don't know what they do to that slammin' sammie, but whatever it is, it's magical. and everything else i've tried there has blown my mind. i have been raving about this place since it opened. thank you, ian cross and co, for bringing such a quality joint to callowhill. you are the man.
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