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Teresa's Next Door Bar & Restaurant
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Jimmy James
post Oct 4 2007, 05:13 PM
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Teresa's Next Door is a fun and relaxing Belgium themed bar and restaurant with a large draft selection, 2 hand pumps and an extensive list of bottles, located at 126 N Wayne in Wayne, PA - (610) 293-0119

Atmosphere - it is a long narrow space with the bar on one side and tables/booths along the other. Decorum is nice, contemporary and moderately lit, unisex bathrooms and no tv's. The dedication to the beer is evident immediately in the roughly 2-dozen taps, 2 hand-pumps and extensive array of appropriate glassware for every style/brand of beer being served prominently displayed. The crowd in the bar varied but later in the evenings was younger without being loud - overall a mellow and fun vibe.

Service - A little variable, not rushed and overall attentive. One server was very knowledgeable about beer and enthusiastic about bringing tasting samples and quick to bring refills. Another server on a different night was a little slower but that was due to being new. Overall impression was that Teresa's is striving to provide friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere.

Beer Selection - A very solid line-up, with selection not always updated on the menu so ask what is different. The draft selection included Delerium Tremens and Orval, a couple selections from Ayinger, Allagash, and similar domestic/import brews with the emphasis on Belgian styles, some seasonal brews and rounded out with some pils and other stand-by styles. The bottle selection includes an expansive Belgian list with many Trappist brews, and a decent selection of American, German and English bottles as well. They serve just about every import in the appropriate glassware.

Food - The Belgian theme is present without being persistent in both the beer and food selections. The menu has several appetizers that went over well including the flautas and fried tomatillos. There are several incarnations of the popular Belgian moule frites dish - each with a different broth/base. A bunch of salads and entrees including steaks and chops round out the menu.

Summary - If you are looking for a good beer-bar and bite around Wayne, Teresa's provides a nice relaxed atmosphere and a solid selection of brews. You might find a few surprises in their list of draft and bottle beers, as well as many of the high-end brews with which you are familiar with emphasis on Belgian ales.

This post has been edited by MtnBrewer: Mar 4 2009, 11:40 AM
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