You got questions?
We got answers.

What are your hours of operation?
We are open from 11:30am to 2am.
Our kitchen kicks out food until Midnight, Mon-Sat + 'til 11pm on Sundays.
We offer brunch on Saturdays & Sundays from 11am-3pm.

Our Beer Garden is open from April - October. Click here for hours.

What kind of beer do you serve?
We love beer of all kinds. We offer a rotating list of American craft beers in addition to Belgian, German and English ones. We've got something for everyone, but not just any old thing. Our beer list says something about us. And we're no slouches when it comes to this stuff. 'Quality over quantity.' That's what we're talking about.

What if I hate beer? Am I still allowed in?
We offer wine by the glass and by the bottle. No fancy foolery, it's a wine list Jonathan Richman would approve: accessible, and meant to be enjoyed, not dicussed. We also have a full bar.

How do I get to the Memphis Taproom?
You can find us at the intersection of Memphis Street and E. Cumberland Street
on the border of the Port Richmond and Fishtown neighborhoods of Philly, in the Kensington section of the city. Click here for directions.

Who owns this place?
Brendan Hartranft, Paula Decker and Ken Correll.

Who is the chef?
Nous vous présentons Executive Chef Jesse Kimball.
To learn lots more about him, click here.

Do you have vegetarian options on your menu?
Our vegetarian and vegan options will knock your non-leather shoes off.

Are you hiring?
While we may not have any positions open right now, we are always accepting resumes. We like servers and bartenders who are friendly, smart, funny and fast on their feet. We will really like you if you have plenty of serving experience, an interest in beer, wine and food and if you like to hustle. We love our small staff and are especially interested in applicants who live locally, and who have full time availability. To submit your resume, click here.

Aren't there some other places related to you?
It is true. Brendan Hartranft and Leigh Maida own other fine establishments
in the city. They are called Strangelove's, Clarkville, Coeur and Local 44.