Our Outdoor Patio is Open!
Sunday through Wednesday: 12pm – 10pm
Thursday: 12pm – 11pm
Friday & Saturday: 12pm – 12am
Monday through Friday: 12pm – 5pm
$1 OFF beer, wine and well drinks
plus $4 featured beers:
Bell’s To a Locomotive In Winter
Double Nickel Below Zero
Helltown Mischievous Brown Ale
Neshaminy Creek Croydon Cream Ale
Victory Rye Score 2.0
Tuesday through Sunday 12pm to 5pm
$10 – TWO TACOS, SELECT DRINK, AND A SIDE OF NACHOS
$8 – SELECT DRINK AND CHEESE PIZZA
The Big Deal – $12
TWO TACOS, HALF A QUESADILLA, CHIPS, SALSA, BEER CHEESE SAUCE, AND CREMA
SERVED WITH CHIPS & PICKLES
SHORT RIB GRILLED CHEESE – $8
Braised short rib, caramelized pickled onions, and American cheese on sourdough.
EL CUBANO – $9
Smoked pulled pork, dijon mojo mayo, sliced ham, Swiss cheese, and house-made pickles, served on ciabatta.
PORK N’ MAC – $9
Truffle cavatappi, smoked pulled pork, queso fresco, and barbecue sauce on ciabatta.
FRESH MOZZ AND TOMATO SANDWICH – $9 VG
Fresh mozzarella, tomato, arugula, pesto, and balsamic vinaigrette.
ESQUITES DOG – $6
All beef hot dog with chorizo, Mexican corn salad, beer cheese sauce, crumbled Leidy’s bacon and Takis chips, topped with queso fresco and cilantro.
THE VERY GOOD BOY – $5
Split and grilled all beef hot dog, grainy pickled radish mustard, and house sweet relish. Served with greens on Wild Flour sourdough!
“EVERYTHING” DEVILED EGGS – $5 GF
Everything spice and cream cheese filling topped with smoked salmon and scallions.
TRUFFLE MAC AND CHEESE – $10 VG
Cavatappi pasta, garlic butter breadcrumbs, and scallions.
PIZZA – $6 VG
Red wine tomato base, house cheese blend, and fresh mozzarella. Baked then topped with Gochugaru (Korean chili flakes), scallions, and more cheese.
ADD-ONS : +$2 Bacon
PICKLE PLATE – $10 GF/V
Pickled hop shoots, house-made pickled vegetables, and pickled cucumbers.
NACHOS – $7 VG
Beer cheese sauce, refried black beans, pico de gallo, pickled jalapeños, lime crema, and scallions.
ADD ON: +$3 EACH Al Pastor, Chicken, Chorizo
QUESADILLAS – $8 VG
Flour tortillas stuffed with chihuahua cheese, smoked poblano puree, and diced red onion. Baked with chili seasoned ghee and queso fresco then topped with cilantro.
ADD ON: +$3 Al Pastor, Chicken, Chorizo
PITA AND HUMMUS – $6 VG
Warm grilled pita served with weekly special hummus.
(3) SERVED ON WILD FLOUR CHALLAH BREAD
SMOKED PULLED PORK – $10
Honey sesame slaw and barbecue sauce.
BRAISED CHICKEN – $10
Chipotle mayo and shredded lettuce.
FALAFEL – $10 VG
House-made pickle, spicy tahini sauce, and shredded lettuce.
$3 PER TACO
YOUR CHOICE OF PROTEIN:
CHICKEN, CHORIZO, OR CARNITAS
Creamy salsa verde, cilantro, queso fresco, and pickled red onion.
Sweet potato, mushroom, and hominy. Topped with smoked poblano puree, beer cheese sauce, diced red onion, and cilantro.
Smoked pulled pork marinated in pineapple and chipotle, Cotija cheese, pineapple salsa, and smoked poblano purée served in a corn tortilla.
FAT TACO – $15
(3) FOR $15
Chicken, chorizo, carnitas, beer cheese sauce, queso fresco, pico, and cilantro.
HOUSE SALAD – $9 GF/VG
Mixed greens, cherry tomatoes, candied walnuts, goat cheese, pickled onion, and citrus vinaigrette.
Add-Ons: +$1 each
Refried Black Beans
Beer Cheese Sauce
Add-Ons: +$3 each
Sweet Potato Mushroom Mix
S’MORE POP TART ICE CREAM SANDWICH – $8 VG
Cold smoked S’mores Pop Tart and vanilla bean ice cream sandwich served with a dark chocolate, chili and imperial stout syrup.
Utz Chips $1 GF/V
Beer Nuts $1 Gf/V
Zapps Chips $2 GF/V
Choice Of: Voodoo Or Jalapeño
Unique Pretzels $2 V
Pennsylvania Rightous Felon Jerky Cartel GF
Choice Of: Victorious Big or Baby Blues Bbq
Choice Of: O.G. Hickory or Habanero
Abita French Quarter IPA 2019 – Brewed by Abita Brewing in Covington, Louisiana. India Pale Ale brewed with rye, anise, lemon, and Peychaud’s Bitters is light amber in color with a big anise aroma and flavors of licorice, lemon, rye, and absinthe. Brewed to invoke the flavors of the famous Sazerac cocktail of New Orleans. This beer was brewed exclusively for Barcade. 7.0% ABV – $7 – GROWLERS TO GO: $10/$18 (32oz/64oz)
Abita Wild Western IPA – Brewed by Abita Brewing in Covington, Louisiana. American style India Pale Ale is copper in color with a floral hop and citrus aroma and flavors of grapefruit, pine, and caramel. This beer was brewed exclusively for Barcade. 7.0% ABV – $7 – GROWLERS TO GO: $8/$14 (32oz/64oz)
Victory Rye Score 2.0 – Brewed by Victory Brewing in Downingtown, Pennsylvania. German style Roggenbier brewed with wheat is hazy amber in color with aromas and flavors of rye, wheat, fresh bread, nuts, and banana. This beer was brewed exclusively for Barcade. 7.0% ABV – $6 – GROWLERS TO GO: $10/$18 (32oz/64oz)
Sly Fox Seamus Irish Red (Cask) – Brewed by Sly Fox Brewing in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Irish style Red Ale is deep copper in color with a nice malt aroma and a well-balanced malt and hop flavor. 5.6% ABV – $6 – GROWLERS TO GO: $8/$14 (32oz/64oz)
Allagash Farm to Face – Brewed by Allagash Brewing in Portland, Maine. American Wild Ale with peaches is hazy golden orange in color with aromas and flavors of overripe fuzzy peach, tart green apples, barnyard funk, and bready malt. After primary fermentation 3 pounds of peaches were added for each gallon of beer. Pretty keen! 5.7 % ABV –10 oz. pour – $9 – GROWLERS TO GO: $22/$42 (32oz/64oz)
Cape May Snag & Drop – Brewed by Cape May Brewing in Rio Grande, New Jersey. Triple India Pale Ale is hazy golden in color with aromas and flavors of citrus, orange peel, resinous hops, and dank pine. 10.0% ABV – 10 oz. pour – $7 – GROWLERS TO GO: $18/$32 (32oz/64oz)
Captain Lawrence Hop Commander IPA – Brewed by Captain Lawrence Brewing in Elmsford, New York. American India Pale Ale is clear gold in color with aromas of tropical fruit, pine and caramel malt and flavors of grapefruit, toasted bread and earthy hops. 6.5% ABV – $7 – GROWLERS TO GO: $10/$18 (32oz/64oz)
Dogfish Head SuperEIGHT – Brewed by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery in Milton, Delaware. German style Gose brewed with prickly pear, mango, boysenberry, blackberry, raspberry, elderberry, kiwi, toasted quinoa and red Hawaiian sea salt is reddish pink in color with aromas and flavors of tart citrus, ripe berries, light wheat, and watermelon. Brewed in collaboration with Kodak, and it’s so good it will develop your Super 8 film. No, seriously, it’ll develop your Super 8 film. 5.3% ABV – $7 – GROWLERS TO GO: $10/$18 (32oz/64oz)
Double Nickel Below Zero – Brewed by Double Nickel Brewing in Pennsauken, New Jersey. Winter Warmer brewed with cinnamon and cardamom is chestnut in color with aromas and flavors of caramel, coffee, brown sugar, and spices. 7.8% ABV – 10 oz. pour – $6 – GROWLERS TO GO: $15/$28 (32oz/64oz)
Fisherman’s Brew – Brewed by Cape Ann Brewing in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Amber Lager is amber in color with a toasted malt aroma and flavors of biscuit and toast with a dry hoppy finish. 5.5% ABV – $7 – GROWLERS TO GO: $10/$18 (32oz/64oz)
Free Will “Vanilla” C.O.B. – Brewed by Free Will Brewing in Perkasie, Pennsylvania. Imperial Brown Ale brewed with coffee, oatmeal, and vanilla is hazy brown in color with aromas of roasted nuts and espresso and flavors of caramel, vanilla, toast, and light herbal hops. 8.3% ABV – 10 oz. pour – $6 – GROWLERS TO GO: $15/$28 (32oz/64oz)
Great Lakes Commodore Perry IPA – Brewed by Great Lakes Brewing in Cleveland, Ohio. India Pale Ale pours a deep amber in color with earthy, citrus, and piney aromas and flavors of hops with a caramel bread backbone. 7.5% ABV $8 – GROWLERS TO GO: $10/$18 (32oz/64oz)
Helltown Mischievous Brown Ale – Brewed by Helltown Brewing in Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania. English style Brown Ale is chestnut in color with aromas of nutty malt and earth and flavors of toffee, toast, and coffee. 4.8% ABV – $7 – GROWLERS TO GO: $10/$18 (32oz/64oz)
Jack’s Hard Cider – Brewed by Hauser Estate Winery in Biglerville, Pennsylvania. Hard Cider brewed with apples from Adams County, Pennsylvania is pale greenish gold in color with aromas and flavors of smooth, crisp apple. 5.4% ABV – $6 – GROWLERS TO GO: $8/$14 (32oz/64oz)
Lost Abbey Serpent’s Stout – Brewed by Lost Abbey Brewing in San Marcos, California. Imperial Stout is pitch black in color with coffee and licorice aromas and boozy malt, chocolate, and espresso flavors. 11.0% ABV – 10 oz. pour – $8 – GROWLERS TO GO: $20/$35 (32oz/64oz)
Love City Generator Wheat – Brewed by Love City Brewing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Belgian style Witbier is hazy gold in color with aromas and flavors of toasted bread, grassy hops, lemongrass, and coriander. 4.2% ABV – $7 – GROWLERS TO GO: $10/$18 (32oz/64oz)
Maine “Nitro” Mean Old Tom – Brewed by Maine Beer Company in Freeport, Maine. American Stout pours auburn in color with light vanilla and cocoa aromas and rich chocolate and caramel flavors. 6.5% ABV –10 oz. pour – $8 – GROWLERS TO GO: $20/$35 (32oz/64oz)
Mainstay Compound Kolsch – Brewed by Mainstay Independent Brewing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Kolsch style Ale is golden in color with aromas and flavors of citrus, sweet malts, crackers, and crisp hops. 4.9% ABV – $7 – GROWLERS TO GO: $10/$18 (32oz/64oz)
Neshaminy Creek Croydon Cream Ale– Brewed by Neshaminy Creek Brewing in Croydon, Pennsylvania. Cream Ale is toasted golden in color with aromas of grain and cracker and flavors of light hops, creamy malt, and bread. 4.4% ABV – $6 – GROWLERS TO GO: $8/$14 (32oz/64oz)
Penn Chocolate Meltdown – Brewed by Pennsylvania Brewing in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Sweet Stout is black in color with aromas and flavors of chocolate, vanilla, cream, light smoke, and roasted malt. 5.5% ABV – $7 – GROWLERS TO GO: $10/$18 (32oz/64oz)
Sierra Nevada Oktoberfest 2020 – Brewed by Sierra Nevada Brewing in Chico, California. German style Oktoberfest Lager is golden in color with aromas and flavors of fresh bread, caramel, and roasted malts. 6.0% ABV – $7 – GROWLERS TO GO: $10/$18 (32oz/64oz)
SingleCut The Pleasure, The Privilege – Brewed by SingleCut Beersmiths in Astoria, New York. Unfiltered Helles style Lager is golden in color with a malt and fresh bread aroma and flavors of caramel and citrus. 5.0% ABV – $7 – GROWLERS TO GO: $10/$18 (32oz/64oz)
Victory Classic Lager – Brewed by Victory Brewing in Downingtown, Pennsylvania. Helles style Lager is bright golden in color with a crisp malt aroma and flavors of toasted bread and light hops. 5.2% ABV – $5 – GROWLERS TO GO: $8/$14 (32oz/64oz)
Victory Hop Wallop – Brewed by Victory Brewing in Downingtown, Pennsylvania. India Pale Ale is golden in color with orange and pine aromas and flavors of caramel, toasted malt, grapefruit, and honey. 7.5% ABV – $7 – GROWLERS TO GO: $10/$18 (32oz/64oz)
Von Trapp Pilsner – Brewed by Von Trapp Brewing in Stowe, Vermont. Czech style Pilsner is golden in color with aromas and flavors of light hops, crackers, biscuity malts, and light citrus. 5.4% ABV – $7 – GROWLERS TO GO: $10/$18 (32oz/64oz)
Oxford Landing Red Shiraz,
Australia $7 ($24 bottle)
The Seeker Pinot Noir
France $8 ($28 bottle)
Quadri White Pinot Grigio
Italy $8 ($28 bottle)
Twin Islands White Sauvignon Blanc
New Zealand $8 ($28 bottle)
Bodegas Borsao Rosé
Spain $8 ($28 bottle)
Freixenet Cava Brut Nv
Spain $7 ($24 bottle)
Purple Rain $10
Raspberry Vodka, Butterfly Pea flower Simple, Luxardo, Splash of OJ, topped with seltzer.
Spicy Jawn $11
Cazadores Blanco and fresh lime juice with housemade chili-pomegranate syrup and a splash of grapefruit.
Bee’s Elbow $10
Bluecoat Gin and Barenjager honey liqueur with fresh lemon juice. Now, to take the ferry cost a nickel, and in those days, nickels had pictures of bumblebees on ‘em. “Gimme five bees for a quarter,” you’d say. Now where were we? Oh yeah. The important thing was that I had an onion on my belt, which was the style at the time…
Viking Bløst $12
Viking Blød mead from Denmark, Dolin sweet vermouth, Stateside vodka, fresh lime juice, simple syrup, and a dash of Angostura bitters.
Rum to the hills $10
Manatawny rum, ginger simple syrup, grapefruit juice, and Luxardo maraschino liqueur, top with club soda. We’ll stick around actually!
Stateside & Tonic $10
Philadelphia’s own Stateside vodka with New Jersey’s TomR’s tonic, a quinine elixir made with real cinchona bark and cane sugar.
Goodbye Horse Feathers $10
Wigle whiskey from Pittsburgh, ginger beer and a healthy dash of Angostura bitters. Horse feathers is a more polite way of saying horse shit, which this place was probably full of 100 years ago.
Jungle Bird $12
Gosling’s Black Seal rum, Campari, fresh lime juice, and pineapple. Tropical and bittersweet, like reading Charlotte’s Web on some faraway beach.