When Standard Tap opened its doors in December 1999, our goal was simple: to create a neighborhood tavern that featured great beer and wholesome food. With that in mind, we offer a draft-only beer selection that highlights the vast array of styles crafted by breweries located in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. Our food menu both complements the beer and expands the notion of what pub food can be. We use only the best available produce, poultry, meats and seafood — much of it from area farms and local vendors – to create fresh, seasonal dishes.
will be closed
we’ll re-open @ 11 am
BLACK FRIDAY BRUNCH
Chase those shopping blues away!
You can ride the Craft Beer Express bus or come right in to try these delicious single-hopped beers!
Need to fortify yourself for a day of CBX drinking?…start with our farm fresh brunch, served 11am-3pm
For only $10, you can ride the CRAFT BEER EXPRESS on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9th from 11 am to 7 pm. Visit 12 bars and check out the different beer events at each. Participating bars include Standard Tap, Johnny Brenda’s, Kraftwork, The Institute, Bishop’s Collar, Kite & Key, Jose Pistolas, Sidecar, P.O.P.E., Devil’s Den, Brauhaus Schmitz and Race Street Cafe.
Tickets are limited. To purchase, go to any CBX bar or click the link below:
Prizes awarded for best costumes.
All PBC beers $1.00 off for guests in costume. DJ Student Driver spins at 9 pm
SAMPLE THE AREA’S BEST PUMPKIN BEERS, DRUNK OUT OF YOUR GOURD.
$10 FOR A GOURD AND THE FIRST BEER, $2 REFILLS
EVENT STARTS AT 4PM.
The gourd supply is limited, so get here early.
On Saturday, October 5th, join Standard Tap as we celebrate heirloom produce by featuring heritage and heirloom items on our menu. We’ll be one of several satellite venues to participate in the 900-person dinner The Meal, hosted by The Mural Arts Project and taking place at the Thomas Paine Plaza in Center City that same night.
Our menu will feature heritage farm breeds, heirloom produce & other local ingredients.
The Multiverse, farmhouse IPA fermented atop Lancaster County Pears, from Tired Hands, is our featured beer selections for The Meal.
ALL MENU ITEMS WILL BE AVAILABLE A LA CARTE
To find out more about our dinner, check our Facebook events page: https://www.facebook.com/events/521616244582071/
For more details about The Meal, Act XXXIV, click here: http://www.muralarts.org/whatwesow
Thanks to Nicky Devine, our tireless 2nd Street Festival Coordinator, the Philadelphia Folksong Society, our sponsors and all of the event-day volunteers for making this the best festival we’ve ever had!!! Oh, and the fact that there wasn’t a torrential downpour in the middle of the day helped too.
Awesome festival photography by Danya Henninger