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Village Whiskey
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Today 11:30 AM – 12:00 AM
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118 S 20th St Philadelphia, PA 19103
118 South 20th StreetUSPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia19103
$$American Restaurant, Bar
American Restaurant
Hamburger Restaurant
Today 11:30 AM – 12:00 AM
Wednesday 11:30 AM – 12:00 AMThursday 11:30 AM – 12:00 AMFriday 11:30 AM – 1:00 AMSaturday 10:30 AM – 1:00 AMSunday 10:30 AM – 11:00 PMMonday 11:30 AM – 11:00 PMTuesday 11:30 AM – 12:00 AM
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Gourmet pub grub & raw-bar items served alongside specialty cocktails & dozens of whiskey options.- Google
"The cocktails are a pleasure, and the foie gras burger is delicious."
"Didn't get to try the whiskey, but definitely will next time."
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Matt B.
a week ago
One of the best burgers I have ever had. Simple but very tasty. Duck fat fries are a must! Slightly more expensive than I thought it would be not didn't break the bank.
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Priyank C
in the last week
Good place for brunch. Good options even for vegetarians. Excellent host btw.
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Ryan Lipps
3 months ago
The Commodore is an excellent cocktail and the short rib and cheddar fries made for an excellent hangover remedy.
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Giovanni Manzur
11 months ago
Bar food was mediocre; popcorn shrimp tasted like the same kind you get out of a freezer. Burgers might have been okay if we had it. Hostess messed up multiple times: first 30 mins then totally gave our table away to someone else who had just came in. Don't wait, if you can sit at the bar or be seated do it otherwise there's no point in waiting for a table. Head to Sabrina's Cafe.
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Victoria Ballestero
in the last week
A quaint, corner hole in the wall, Village Whiskey is a hot commodity on a Friday night. With ample bar seating, minimal stand-up counter space, and only seven tables, be sure to stop in early in the evening. After miscommunication with the hostess, we were seated in the dimly-lit restaurant following an hour and fifteen minute wait (which was occupied at neighboring sister restaurant Tinto). I delighted in the Pimms Cup cocktail, which would be best seved by the gallon on the beach - refreshing, light, and quite tasty. After pointing it out to him, Jordan ordered the Highland Flip, a scotch, Drambuie, egg white, and porter cocktail, which was perfect for the fall evening and was very enjoyable in its lightly sweet frothiness. The beer menu mirrored Tinto's beer menu (a local black IPA, Lagunitas, a PBC ale, and a seasonal beer). The whiskey menu was rather extensive and included offerings of whiskey flights (three 1 oz. tastings for $30-35). As someone who doesn't regularly drink whiskey, I would have benefitted from a more descriptive whiskey menu. While we waited for our entrées, we had the deviled eggs: 3 halves for $3, reasonable pricing, but the eggs weren't anything particularly special- slightly grainy and bland yolks. The entrées arrived and looked divine! I really enjoyed the chicken sandwich. The crusty and soft baguette roll, melted provolone, seasoned meat, and spicy peppers made for a winning combination. Faro chips served on the side were a pleasant surprise. Though it wasn't huge, the sandwich was sizeable enough that I only ate half. Jordan's house burger, though cooked properly, was just an average burger served on a brioche bun, albeit perhaps a little too greasy. Our server, Stefan, was very attentive and upsold Jordan on the provolone cheese add-on- an additional $2.50. The burger was served with a pickle spear and was overall a little disappointing in it's taste and value.
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Aria Srinivasan
6 months ago
The cocktail list is great. Not all of them are whiskey based (like I previously thought), and they're all well crafted, and full of unique flavors. One of my lavender ones tasted like I was at a massage! While the cocktails are great, you are definitely paying for them. Cocktails are $12, and don't think they have happy hour or anything either :/ But two drinks got me tipss. Also ordered the veggie burger which I heard is one of the best in Philly... hmmmm I don't know about all that. My test for a good veggie burger is whether or not it falls apart immediately which this one did. It's lentil & black bean burger and came with guac (always nice when included) and pickled cabbage. Didn't think there was any extra pizzaz, or that the flavors went together in a special way or anything. But for less than one of my drinks ($11), a very fair deal! Good service, but really small spot.
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Chris Wirth
a week ago
One of the best burgers in the city.
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Drew Douglas
a week ago
Great food but it's a small place.


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