Great diverse menu, outstanding beer selection and service was very good especially for how busy they were. Can't wait to come back
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Staff knowledgable re beer offerings. cheese board and frites a perfect pairing. Not your usual menu.
Was at the Belgian side for lunch (find it odd it's separated) The beer list was amazing. I love belgian beers, so I was in heaven. The menu was very interesting, but not quite pulled off. Tried the buffalo fried rabbit. Tasted like slightly overcooked...More
Try mussels and frites washed down with a pint of beer from any of multiple nations. Pleasant pub atmosphere with friendly service.
We have had both very good and mediocre food and service here. We go with friends who like it but hesitate to recommend it because of inconsistency.
What an odd like place! It has zero ambiance, crowded and very loud. The tables are very close together and the chairs are uncomfortably small! It seems to be very popular with the younger set say 20 and 30 somethings...The food is actually good. We...More
We used to eat here frequently but had not visited in many months. The menu is slightly different and the prices are higher overall. They now have a cocktail menu as well. Service was fine. We went early as if you eat past 6 it...More
Visited 8.22.15. Teresa's Next Door was a good choice for lunch. The menu is quite varied. The 'Quack' (duck) sandwich was very good as was the goat cheese salad. The charcuterie selection was nice and not stingy in terms of the portions. All of the...More
A small restaurant usually has a hard time finding its niche, but Teresa's is known for good food, and professional friendly service. The atmosphere is lively and contemporary and fun. Do not come here if you are looking for a cozy quiet spot- as the...More
Coming home from a busy day, we decided to go to Teresas Cafe for the mussels. We had retained fond memories of the big bucket of mussels we often had dined on after a large salad, always enough for two. We sat down. The first...More