A light snow was falling as I used my new Garmin auto GPS to navigate to Conner's (it comes preloaded with 1000s of bars including this one). This is most certainly a bar that I would not have stumbled across without someone pointing me to it or letting the GPS guide me there. "Neighborhood bar" is the perfect description of Conner's as it literally is nestled in between the homes on this street. The Eagles were in the 4th quarter of their game vs. Miami but no Eagles appeared on the two football showing TVs. The game was being shown on CBS so I don't understand why it wasn't on in the bar. Maybe the obvious Steelers fanaticism comes with a hard rule that no Philadelphia sports may be shown. Anyway - the customers were all male and their barmaid was the young, tall, attractive and happy-looking Courtney. I forgot to ask if they actually sell Iron City in the aluminum bottles (as advertised on the wall). My $2 Y-Lager mug was fresh and the foam clung to the inside. I should no longer be surprised but I was surprised that almost EVERY customer was drinking a light beer and one made by a large corporate brewer (most foreign-owned). Not a single Yuengling drinker in sight. Things I like about this bar: Windows that look out over the neighborhood/The old-fashioned alternating color floor tiles/ Big fat cast iron radiators. If I lived anywhere around here this would be my bar.
We have been going to Quentin Tavern for two years now. We keep coming back because the food is so good. Lunch or dinner either one is a great experience. The ribs are out of the world! Had them at least four times. The sandwich menus is wonderful for lunch. Their specials are also great. Our grandkids think this place is special too. Don't let the name Tavern keep you away it is a family restaurant, and a great one at that. We stumbled on it from our GPS and have been returning ever since!
Food tasted as fabulous as it was presented! I came in while on vaycay and was very pleasntly surprised! Don't pass this place up!