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Tria is a restaurant that serves a range of sandwiches, salads, beverages, wines and beer. Its restaurant s sandwiches include tuna, salmon, mozzarella and mushrooms. It also serves lemon and orange sodas and iced and hot tea. Tria serves a variety of wines, including pinot noir, merlot, blanc, shiraz, chardonnay and cabernet. The restaurant s menu also includes butterscotch, fruit and nuts, potato chips, garlic, onions, spinach with strawberries, asparagus and chicken with roast corn and peppers and chocolate bread pudding with blackberry sauces. It also provides space for parties and offers gift certificates in various denominations. Tria is located in Philadelphia.
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My default happy hour spot!

Tria is my default happy hour spot! There is a great selection wines, cheeses and bruschetta bites! My favorite is the wild mushroom fontina, I have even converted non mushroom eaters with this tasty morsel. The goat cheese and basil is a great choice as well. The sandwiches and salads are a nice size and always delicious. The service is always quick and friendly, and even though there are limited number of seats, I ... view more

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Eh, too louge-y

I suppose early 20 something yuppies or cougars would like this place for a happy hour, but not I. I wanted to check it out because I heard it had a great beer selection. The selection was pretty good, I suppose, but everything else was sub par IMO. It's about 60 square feet and was jam packed during my visit. Too loud to talk. The food (a processed meat sandwich) was pretty bad. Lathered in a pepper-onion sauce. Our... view more

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Better Choices Cheaper

A decent selection of wines although lacking compared to the more extensive lists available in the city. The lack of a proper wine preservation system keeps them secondary to the likes of Vintage and Panorama which feature cruvinet systems. If you are just getting started with wines it?s a nice place to go to be ?seen? but is not serious about its wine selection for the more experienced Oenophiles. Prepare to be jost... view more

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Great food, pretentious service

We went there Sunday night with some friends. The hostess was friendly, situated us at the bar until a table opened up and seated us promptly. The food and wine were terrific, especially the salads. The service was just terrible though. The waitress was overly pretentious, slow, intrusive and probably one of the worst I have ever experienced. We did receive our food as ordered, so there is one plus for her. She just ... view more

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Sunday School is the Best

Be sure to check out Tria's Sunday School for great half priced wine, cheese and beer. Tria's selections of wines and are impressive and worth checking out if you like variety. The staff is friendly and helpful and the atmosphere is fun. Sunday School has quickly become a weekly tradition.

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Best wine bar in Philly, but too small

As far as the food and wine go, Tria is a great wine bar. Skip Vintage; Tria's wine list is far superior. The tomato and basil bruschetta is delicious; I would be happy to sit all day drinking wine and ordering plate after plate of bruschetta if doing so wouldn't break the bank. The sandwiches and salads are quite tasty as well. I particularly like the arugula with beets and goat cheese. However, Tria does have sever... view more

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Great Food, Little Restaurant, Be Prepared to Wait

Went on a rainy Friday night. Walked in the door and was told there would be a 45 minute wait. There were no seats available at the bar. There was no place really to even stand and wait. My expectations were extremely low at this point. However, soon enough two people got up form the bar and we were able to start out meal there. The wine and cheese selection is pretty nice. In terms of the ""snacks"" the assorted mea... view more

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Worst run restaurant I've ever seen - WAY too small - awful business.

The food and drink is good - not better or worse than anywhere else like this in Philly. But AVOID this place if you actually want to sit down at a table... it's really sort of a joke, the owners need a clue.\r \r Number one rule in the restaurant business - keep the tables moving! Sure, don't blatantly rush out patrons who overstay, but control it so that others can enjoy meals instead of sitting at the bar way past... view more

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best find in philadelphia

tiny little cozy space with a great wine and cheese selection, My brother came to town and now itis his favorite spot when he is in town. They discontinued my favorite cheese and wine but the replacements were just as enjoyable. Is is a spot to go if there are a few of you but if you get a large group, there really is no space for them to stand and then the noise level detracts from the ambience. My only wish is that... view more

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Poor Service and Spoiled Wine

I have never had such bad service in my life, a bunch of Pretentious snobs serving stale wine, mine tasted like vinegar and my girlfriends had cork floating in it. I wish I had listened to the Craig LaBan review that had warned me of this. From now one I only go to Panorama which has a wine cruvinet, I am tired of snotty service and Vinegia wine

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