Monday, Not The Miserable Day It Used To Be

Monday is the traditional day of rest for restaurateurs but lets face it, they’re not going to want to cook dinner on their only night they have off. So where do they go? Well some go to Ansill (627 S. Third St), named Best of Philly for Monday dining because of the concentration of local chefs you’ll find eating there on a Monday. So if you want to dine like a chef, and aren’t afraid to try exotic dishes, give Ansill a try. If the menu does scare you, retreat to the Latest Dish on Fourth just below South. An often overlooked restaurant along the South Street corridor.
If you’re in the ‘burbs this evening swing by Flanigan’s Boathouse in Conshohocken for Hops Run Wild. Try Russian River Pliney the Elder and Pliny the Younger, Weyerbacher Double Simcoe IPA and Bell’s Two Hearted Stout.