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Uno Chicago Grill
Taps: 24 / Bottles: 32
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: N
$$ - reasonable
[ Bar, Eatery ]
198 N. Buckstown Road
phone: (215) 741-6100
// CLOSED //
(Place added by: unolanghorne on 01-01-2009)
Ratings & Reviews
| Reviews: 3
Reviews by joeebbs:
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5 | $$
The one thing that sets UNO apart from other local chains (other then their food) is their beer selections.
With lunch I had an Otter Creek Copper Ale and a Belhaven Scottish Ale. There were many other enticing brews on the list with very good descriptions. There were plenty more on the menu that I would like to go back and try. The food is reasonable. Burgers and pizza are great and other foods do the job. I had the Fire Cracker Chicken which was served on an artisan stirato roll with sauces and guac. Nice spicey dish to compliment the Ales.
05-08-2009 19:03:16 |
More by joeebbs
More User Reviews:
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4 | $$
Atmosphere: Typical chain restaurant, but just well-lit enough to be pleasant to come in from outside, and not too overdone in kitchy things on the walls to be obnoxious. Slightly above average.
Quality: There is quality of food, quality of drink, and quality of price - and overall I'd say the place is good on all accounts. There is a great beer selection (which I'll come to), an equally great food selection, and I didn't think any of the prices were outrageous - so overall you get good quality for the money you spend here.
Service: This came from restaurant staff - not from those manning the bar, but that was good as well. They rattled off the beers available, made sure we were aware of the happy hour specials and beers still available, and were pleasant enough. So good here too.
Selection: For a chain restaurant - the choices on tap and in the bottle were very impressive. While there were plenty of imports available in bottle form, just about everything else in bottle form was American craft beer. On tap there were quite a few craft beers as well - quite impressive selection. I finally got around to trying Dale's Pale Ale which I've had a hard time finding. Definitely a good choice of beer here.
Food: It's a Chicago-style pizza and grill joint - so all the typical foods here, but quite tasty. Nothing wow - but I'll say that the pizza was not excessively greasy and for a deep dish did not leave me feeling bloated/overstuffed when I was done.
Overall - a good place. I'll have to see if they have one of these places near me and see if it is as good.
10-26-2010 00:48:45 |
More by damndirtyape
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5 | $$
I found this in philly beer week.org. A very nice place as soon as you walk in. Bar is to right and dining area to the left. I also seen some extra seating outside but a bit cold for that. For a chain restaraunt a very nice selection of beer. I had a Delirium tremor's and Chimay Grand Reserve. Service was a bit poor with our waitress.She really didn't seem to care and carded everyone even if one of us was 35 and looked every bit of it. I also found another bar area hidden in the back when I was going to the restroom. Food was a bit pricey for what you get the deep dish as they advertise was there's originally and stolen (I guess is what they were getting at) was very highly priced. I was a little disapointed in the tasting's list for beer-week. It was the 60 and 90 min IPA and the Raison D'etere (which was gone). Not much of a tasting list if you ask me.All and all a good place and glad we chose to come here.
I must say I am getting disappointed. Though it is great to have different stuff than the main macros on tap. You must start switching out your kegs. I've been here many more times and they have the same exact thing on-tap as in March of '09. I don't know if they are changing out the kegs our if it is the same one's. If it is different stuff on tap for the love of god keep the brewer change the beer. The only thing the seem to change is the Sam Adams seasonal's and a few different bottles.
The food is still stellar.
03-15-2009 19:03:39 |
More by TheFightfan1
Uno Chicago Grill in Langhorne, PA
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