Eulogy Belgian Tavern, Beer and Food Heaven
136 Chestnut Street, Old City, Philadelphia (215) 413-1918
An historic three block walk from Independence Hall towards riverfront of Philadelphia. Restaurant spread over two floors in a historic
row-house style building. Jeweler Bailey, Banks and Biddle was founded here in 1832.
The restaurant features Philadelphia's largest beer selection with an amazing menu of over 400 international and domestic craft brewed bottled beers and 30 draught beers are served every day. Ranked as the fifth best beer restaurant in the United States by ratebeer.com beer menu highlights include "Eulogy's Busty Blonde" beer brewed by a Belgian brewer exclusively for Eulogy Belgian Tavern.
We also have a fully stocked liquor cabinet on display with premium house cocktails and high end selections of bourbon, scotch and Irish
Whiskey. Our wine selection is available by the bottle or glass and selected from wines rated very highly but bottle prices at a value to our guests.
The Belgian owned restaurant features a full menu of award winning Belgian and casual dining American foods. The typical meal of the Belgian includes plump North Sea style mussels in flavorable sauces available along with the only authentic Belgian Frietjes and dipping sauce found in Philadelphia. In addition the "Beneluxx Burger" with seven secret spices has won awards as Best of Philadelphia Hamburger. The restaurant also features tasty chicken, fish, steak and vegetarian dishes which can be found at the menu link below. Food is often paired with beer or wine and many beers used as ingredients are brewed in house.
The restaurant is owned by a Belgian American family from Brugge, Belgium and staffed with a few employees on visas from Belgium, two other
attributes which make this the authentic Belgian experience.
Limited reservations are accepted online only by the links on this webpage and the majority of seating is done on a first come first served basis. Upstairs bar is open for the weekend only Thursday through Sunday evening while the downstairs bar is open every day. For the more adventorous we have seating in the "coffin room", a small room inthe back of the second floor where three tables are coffins. These tables are in high demand so make a note on your online reservation if you want to try one out.