Thank you Craig Laban and Philly.com! In a recent list of the “Best place to drink in the suburbs” Craig Laban gave us a 3 bell rating. You can read the full article HERE or what he had to say about Teresa’s Next Door below:
TERESA’S NEXT DOOR (3 bells)
124 N. Wayne Ave., Wayne, 610-293-9909; teresas-cafe.com
What began a decade ago as a Belgian bar with a novel Mexican twist has settled in, refined its Euro-taqueria bistro menu, and evolved into so much more. There simply aren’t many places on the planet where you can order a Waterzooi seafood stew alongside some tender goat tacos. Even more compelling, TND has blossomed into the single greatest place to drink well in the suburbs, no matter your beverage preference — a distinction that has elevated it to a third bell. There are nearly 400 whiskeys available in flights, a $10 G&T bar with 16 different gins and eight tonics, and an entirely gluten-free tap box with ciders, meads, wines and, sake. Beverage director Chris Peters’ 75-bottle wine list is about to go to entirely “natural” — with bottles also available retail with just $9 added to cost. And, of course, you can also still find some of the greatest beers in the world to accompany chef-owner Andy Dickerson’s menu Disco Frites and fricadellen meatballs, from Russian River’s Pliny the Elder to Val-Dieu blond and an Italian stout brewed with balsamic among the recent 24 draft choices. Still thirsty? There are about 150 more bottles on the list.