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Devil's Alley Bar & Grill
Today 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
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1907 Chestnut St Philadelphia, PA 19103
1907 Chestnut StreetUSPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia19103
$$Bar, Brunch Restaurant
Brunch Restaurant
Barbecue Restaurant
Bar & Grill
Today 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMThursday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMFriday 10:00 AM – 12:00 AMSaturday 10:00 AM – 12:00 AMSunday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMMonday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMTuesday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
'The Chestnut Neighborhood Bar & Grill' Soul-selling ribs, hellishly good wings, truly tempting burgers, creative salads & specials. Lunch, dinner or late night local drafts upstairs at the Alley Bar
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Brews, cocktails & American eats draw revelers to this modern, bi-level space with indoor trees.- Google
"The buffalo chicken sandwich and burgers are definitely their specialty!"
"This place always has a crowd - great drink specials and awesome bar food!"
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Tyler Lund
8 months ago
A very nice little space with soaring ceilings and trees in the middle. The benches weren't super comfy but at least they provided pillows. The restroom is a bit of an adventure. The atmosphere is very nice though and the high ceilings keep it from getting loud when crowded. Breakfast was super tasty with a pretty huge menu and tons of cocktails and drinks. The man mosa which is orange juice with wheat beer was nice and tangy and great in the morning. I don't know why I ordered grits because I normally don't like them, but these were exceptional. They were tasty and flavorful with a bite of bacon in just about every spoonful. The shrimp was also nice and succulent and there was plenty of it.
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Morgan Greenleaf
a week ago
Best wings in philly
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Patrick Ho
2 years ago
This bar is definitely chill. Came here for Philly Sips promotion and definitely had a good time! It's definitely a place I would come after work just to relax, have a drink, and possibly eat some food. I think you have to be 21 to eat here, since they checked IDs before we entered. Service Service was great! Hostess was able to find us a seat right away even though the place was somewhat packed. The server came really soon after we were sitted. What's great was also she got our drinks out almost as soon as we ordered them! I have to give them thumbs up since it was busy, too. The waitstaff was nice and definitely did a good job on being punctual in coming back to us. Food Definitely try the green tomatos!! They were amazing. It was under Philly Sips, so we got 4 for $4.5 (which might sound kind of pricey). According to other reviews, the tomatos were mentioned as well. We also had their sliders, mussels, dry-rubbed wings, and their three-cheese and pesto pizza. The pizza placed second; it was pretty good, but a little oily. The wings were also amazing, but a little charred. The sliders was nothing too special. The mussels weren't that great. We weren't given a full menu, so I can't give more heads up on their other selections. Environment Although relatively small in space, it has two floors. The restaurant also features a nice outdoor area, which is great in good weather. I came during happy hour, so it was relatively packed. Areas in front of the bars were crowded, but it wasn't that hard to get through. The decor is relatively normal. Pros: Service, Fried Green Tomatos, Cons: Crowded during Happy Hour Recommendations: Green Tomatos, dry-rubbed wings, pizza. Rating: 4.3/5
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Alvaro Gutierrez
10 months ago
Simply... best burger in town (the one with guacamole).
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Taylor Moatz
a month ago
Great burgers and beer. Definitely a cool atmosphere. Two floors of seating including outdoor seating as well.
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Thomas Stolz
4 months ago
Good food expensive.
Response from the owner - a month ago
Honestly????? That upsets me. I try so hard to be reasonable. Our burgers are the finest quality burgers in town and with fries are only $10. If you have the time, could you let me know what you had that you feel is expensive. Thanks so much. Sue Owner Devils Alley
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John Higgins
7 months ago
Bufflo chicken sandwich is amazing..
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Josh Martin
6 years ago
Today my family met up with another family for lunch at Devil's Alley. 3 kids, 1 baby, 4 adults. I was nervous at fist as most restaurants in Center City aren't used to having any kids. But I called ahead and Bill assured it wouldn't be a problem, and took care of setting us up ahead of time. When we got there just (TIP: go before noon to beat the crowds) the table for 8 was already set up including a highchair. My 6 year old appreciated ESPN on the nice flat pan. TV, I appreciated that it didn't have the sound on. Onto the food - great menu for kids and adults. Definitely a southern flavor to it ... apps include Fried Green Tomatoes (YUM) to a number of great-sounding Quesadillas (Crab and Avocado anyone?). Entrees include BBQ chicken or ribs with cornbread, whipped sweet potatoes or mac n cheese. Lots of Salads and sandwiches. The only bummer is that fries or side salad is and additional charge. TIP: I recommend getting the bucket of fries to share instead - great portion and they're amazing! They easily served 4 adults The kids had some amazing chicken strips and a grilled cheese that was to die for. The adults had cheeseburgers, Turkey Cubanos (turkey, pickle, bacon, mustard with tomato 'jam' dip) and a Buffalo Chicken sandwich. Everyone was full and happy. Service was top notch - thanks Amanda! The manager checked in on us, the food came quickly, and the waitress was always available for extra napkins, refills, mustard, etc. Atmosphere is eclectic, I suppose. Rugged industrial meets trendy garden. Open, airy feeling, but a little loud. Not too bad and it helped to cover over any baby "noises." So - all in all 4 stars. I think the price could be a little better on the sandwiches - or just include the fries, but overall the menu is a nice change of pace, and the service was top notch.
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