Flying Fish Crafthouse Comes to Brewerytown

By Katherine Rapin | March 15, 2017
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The Flying Fish Crafthouse

Flying Fish Brewing, the largest craft brewery in New Jersey, recently opened a spacious restaurant-bar, Flying Fish Crafthouse, in collaboration with Philly chef Brian Duffy. Like true comfort bar food, the portions aren’t modest, and there are plenty of beer-friendly fried items. But the menu has an elevated Philly twist. Housemade pretzels are served with brown butter, beer mustard and lager cheese; 12-hour roast pork with rosemary is topped with sharp provolone, broccoli rabe and long hots on a Cacia’s roll for the Philly Porchetta; the Kennett Square pizza comes piled with roasted wild mushrooms and dabs of truffled goat cheese.

To wash it down, there’s plenty to choose from. A dozen Flying Fish beers are offered on tap, including the Crafthouse-exclusive Duffified Ale—a smooth amber made with five different malts. There are also select bottled beers, a craft cocktail list, and three wines on tap.

The nearly 200-seat Crafthouse has two bars, a beer garden, and a private dining room. It’s open seven days a week for lunch and dinner and serves weekend brunch.

Flying Fish Crafthouse
1363 N. 31st St.

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