Fri - Sat: 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Sun: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
5pm - 10pm Monday to Thursday
5pm to midnight on Friday
12 noon to midnight on Saturday
12 noon to 10pm Sunday
Service was horrible, rushed us to get our order, than took over 5 mins to bring us our drinks. Than we ordered our food which the menu on open table is different than the one they give you there, forgot half our order so we sat there till he came back and asked for it his reply was “you still want it?”
The tables are so close together instead of it being just the two of us it was a party of 8.
Went to La Peg for restaurant week and the food was great! Everyone in our party was satisfied with our meals. Our waiter was very helpful when selecting from the special menu and for selecting drinks to compliment our meal.
Excellent option for restaurant week. The meals were delicious and service was super fast! Our waiter - I want to say Sebastian- was very personable and kept checking up on us.
Took 2 days to review different locations for Phila Restaurant week. Picked this place because of their choices for all 3 servings. To my dismay, upon arrival found out their whole open table menu had changed. The waiter was extreme;y nice and asked if we would like to leave. Our son was there with us, so as not to embarrass him, we stayed, big mistake. Waste of 35.00 per person for 3. 1 order was for ribs, baked beans and corn bread. Was served 2 ends of ribs, beans that tasted like they were soaked in nothing but bbq sauce and the corn bread was a 1 inch square that was sooooo hard i couldnt bite into it. Would never refer this restaurant to anyone till they have a chef that actually knows hows to cook.
I recently dined here for Restaurant Week and I was definitely impressed. I loved the decor and the exposed brick and piping. It was an old building and they didn't hide it, which I like. Our server Sebastian was super friendly and entertaining. The cheese curds were addicting and their creme brulee was really good! I got the ribs for my entree and I was a little disappointed that my cornbread was a little stale. Otherwise, I was happy and I would go back.
Cool inside and out! Interesting location under the Ben Franklin Bridge makes for a unique setting....especially if you grab some beers outside and play some of the available games. Definitely recommend.
We went for restaurant week so I can’t say all the time but the the mahi mahi was bland absolutely no flavor. The best part of the meal was the amazing brownies!!!!!!!!!! Our server was very attentive and made the experience.
Food for the most part was cold, found plastic in the butter. The main course was super dry, cornbread was like a crouton. Only good part was the beer and the creme brulee. Waitress's didn't do anything about the plastic, it just sat there.
We went for resteraunt week, so maybe it’s different during other times. We really wanted to go bevcause of how nice the building / view are. The waitress was friendly, but it took forever between courses. The food was bland and over cooked. Ordered the crab cakes and they were so dry. The fish was also over cooked and the creme brûlée wasn’t set. The cocktails were good, but I would not comeback here.
Great food. Went here for restaurant week so we couldn't take advantage of the entire menu. The food was amazing and I would come back here again to try their regular menu.
The service was amazing.. the food was tasteless. I am not a picky eater and I was disappointed. The entree was a of I the brisket.
Restaurant week. Food was decent but not spectacular. Fish was very dry and tasteless.
Very nice casual place. They take everyday food up a notch with no pretention. Industrial look is well executed. A place to go more than once.
Great food and the old building and the Philly history is awesome.
This restaurant is run by experienced people, but the food was terrible. Oysters Rockefeller had soggy, greasy, unbrowned crumbs in all but one oyster. That had crispy browned crumbs, but I was at a loss to find the oyster anywhere in the shell. Being a bit gun-shy at this point, I ordered Buffalo Wings for my main course. The chicken was good and tender, skin pretty crisp, but the sauce was so greasy that during our postprandial concert, I had the worse heartburn in several decades. Dessert was curious, but should have been simple. Ordered vanilla and dulce de leche ice cream. One scope of vanilla and 2 of the dulce de leche. Only problem was that the dulce was not ice cream, but appeared to be a mousse. Very strange. Service was spotty at best. It may be that quality was not a concern of the restaurant since they had trapped customers because of the Fringe Festival's venue.
LaPeg at the FringeArts building is our go-to place for dinner before a show. The food, drinks and service are excellent. We like to arrive early and enjoy one of their specialty cocktails at the bar before being seated. It's really great to have this charming restaurant located at the theater venue.
The food was very good: particularly the appetizers (cold tomato coconut crab soup and grilled quail - succulent!) but also the entrees (cauliflower steak and mahi-mahi). The wine list seemed limited. The service was friendly and kept us on schedule for our Fringe show without feeling rushed.
Amazing food and service! Our waiter Alex was knowledgeable, friendly and attentive. Clam chowder was best chowder I ever had, period: creamy, smooth and full of fresh clams. Yankee Pot Roast was tender, juicy and flavor. Homemade ice cream was a delight. Fun atmosphere!
Great atmosphere and service. Also the wine and beer selection was small but great.
Our experience was great. Server (Nichole) was friendly and accommodating.
Food was perfect and just as it was stated on the menu and explained by our
server. And, my company was fantastic!!!
Very average overall, menu could use a refresh with a better direction. Fish was overcooked and the foie gras appetizer was over dressed and poorly matched with other flavors. It wasn't a bad experience, it just left me wondering if I would want to go back.
Wow from the talk with Sebastian(sorry if I spelled it wrong)on parking to our wonderful server,Christian the experience was excellent wish I could give more stars for service 'cause u guys excell. Food was fab from the black bean dip to the pot roast. I would go back in a second. Thx for a great experience.
Josh was a great server!
New England Clam Chowder was delicious! Very flavorful! The rest of the meal felt flat in the flavor department. Meals were cooked to perfection (meat was tender, vegetables al dente, etc.) but seasonings were lacking or nonexistent.
Thought the place was interesting inside and liked the very American menu. We took friends from Australia and it felt authentic
Brunch was super. Our table shared the Blueberry Beignets which were delish. And everyone enjoyed their meals which included Biscuits and Gravy, Whitefish Dip with bagel chips, Creamed Corn, toast and sunnyside up egg, and Eggs Benedict. Cheerful service, great atmosphere. Highly recommend.
Perfect food and restaurant
Parking was difficult in the area. Hit it on a slow Friday night. Service was great. Food was good but not great. Overall not enough 'wows' to bring us back.
Having passed Le Peg many times I finally got a chance to experience their cuisine. The food and service are exceptional. Very relaxed atmosphere and great bar selection. Highly recommend for an evening out.
The restaurant had a great view, reminiscent of DUMBO. I picked it for the scenery since my parents were visiting. The restaurant was beautiful and had greats service, but the food wasn't that great and was a little pricey. I would definitely go back for the bar and scenery.
Awesome! Food and service was great!
Would dine here again!!
The Thanksgiving Dinner menu item was not good at all. It was cold and the food had no flavor. However, the service staff was excellent from A to Z. Chris, as well as the other staff, did an outstanding job. The wait staff took the item off the bill and replaced it with the Salmon which was good.
The atmosphere and service were outstanding! Our waiter, Chris, went far beyond the call of duty. He was very kind, helpful, and considerate of the group. He provided great insight. The food was good....but not incredible. Just good. Great presentation. Would go again...because the service was so spectacular.
Fantastic staff and food! Went for our engagement dinner and couldn’t have been any better. Had a chat with both josh and the owner Peter who were both great to talk to. S’mores dessert was incredible!
Friendly staff, nice choices on the menu, convenient to Holiday Inn Express. The food was very good. I was surprised it was empty, but maybe it's because it was still early. I will come back for sure.
First the staff - from the Manager to the floor staff, they can't be more helpful and fun. Secondly, the food - The salmon was perfect, the bbq veggies were amazing and on and on. La Peg is the best intersection of great food, great service and great ambience.
awesome. visited on a recommendation .
great food. members of our party actually went back the next night!
Great restaurant, eclectic atmosphere, food was great had the Thanksgiving dinner..
We were there for after work and happy hour until the waiter told us that happy hour is only at the bar--that was a disappointment; it should be anywhere in the restaurant. Overall it was good and the scenery looking at the BF bridge was beautiful--great place to go after work or after anything; Just sit at the bar if you want reduced drink prices.
Went here for Father’s Day. It was pretty dead, but service was suupppppeerrr slow. Our server just seemed to disappear for a long while. Food was decent, but nothing fancy. I’ll give them another try in hopes for a better experience.