There are many things to love about Alison two in Fort Washington, but beer is- of course- at the top of my love list.
From day one, Beverage Director Tom Pitakkas has brought his beer passion to the establishment. Pitakkas- a homebrewer himself, has quite the palatte and quite the lineup.
Alison two only have 8 handles I think, but they are all well thought out ranging from Russian River to Ommegang rouge...they now pour O'Reilly's stout as well.
Sometimes I get beer dinnered out-but I've been lucky lately. I had a wonderful time at Spinnerstown two weeks ago and now I am really looking forward to this one. The price is right for the amazing food that will be placed before you.
The night will start intimately with a reception on their back room (fireplace and all).
We'll gather there for about a half hour or so...then head into the dining room.
The MOST exciting part is the Fort Washington Train Station is right across the st.
So Philly beer folk- you have no excuse;)
SEPTA R5 to doylestown
5:50 leave suburban
arrive in Fort Washington at 6:26
m e n u for wednesday May 6th-=
Frito Misto, Butter Ponzu, Cod, Sawagani Crabs
Broccoli Bites with Robiola with Royal Weisse
Hanger Steak Tartare, Rye Ice Cream, Green Apple
with Christmas Ale
Ricotta Gnocchi & Mussels Gratin, Smoked Tomatoes Ras El Hanout with Rt. 113 IPA
Fried Pork Cheeks, Brussels Sprouts Choucroute with O’Reilly’s Stout BBQ Sauce with O’Reilly’s Stout
Bittersweet Chocolate Layer Cake, Chocolate Sorbet
with Ichor, a quadruple Abbot-style ale
Diners get ALL of the dishes on the menu with the beer pairings for $56 per person including tax and gratuity. Limited seating available. Reservations needed. Call 215/591-0200.
*Menu items may change based on market availability.