South Philly's the Devil's Den has been luring in impish drinkers since 2008 with local and imported craft beers, as well as some rare wood-aged suds that are sipped as hell's flames roar in the rustic fireplace. The food that comes out of the kitchen in herculean portions can be divided into two wings: gluttonous beer-sponge (bacon-wrapped hot dog with scrambled eggs) and surprisingly elevated (duck breast with sautéed kale and cherry-red wine sauce).
Devil’s Den’s ever-changing draft list is full of unexpected domestic and imported brews, while the bottled menu offers an extensive collection that you’ll need a few minutes to sift through. Seasonal cocktail lovers will also be happy here, and since this is Philly, Devil’s Den also offers three City Wides to pick from. The spot boasts excellent bar nibbles including $12 wings, $7 skewers, and other savory bites.
Devil’s Den is a cozy destination to hole up with the latest rotating draft by the fire. The spot also boasts excellent bar nibbles including $13 duck fries covered in gravy and IPA cheese sauce, $10 nachos on housemade tortilla chips, buffalo falafel bites, and other savory nibbles. Stop by for brunch (which goes until 2 pm on weekends) to imbibe on $5 mimosas and Bloody Marys before kick off.