When you think Devil's Den, an image of heat and burning come to mind. In the cold of winter, the Devil's Den is just what you need to warm your cold bones... The Devil's Den in Philly that is.
Devil’s Den’s awesome inspiring wood-burning fireplace and carefully selected craft beer list create a uniquely comfortable urban tavern oasis in Philadelphia’s brutal winter.
Devil’s Den is bringing out a late winter menu that combines rustic and refined with flavors imported from around the globe—all while maintaining the comfortable palate of elevated American pub fare.These new menu items add to the enticement of stepping into the Devil's Den for a little indulgence without being too bad with diverse Small Plate selections, a variety of House Sausages, and hearty Entrees....... perfect for the cold nights here in Philly.
New Year - New Winter Menu!
- Pulpo, braised and seared Spanish rock octopus, crème fraiche, frisee, pomegranate;
- Sweet Potato Fritters, maple marscarpone, chile oil
- Patatas Bravas, roasted potato tossed in spicy tomato sauce
- Crab Tots with a cheddar beer sauce
- Mushrooms, seared trumpet, crimini and oyster mushrooms, pearl onion, sunny-side up quail egg.
Inspired by Chef de Cuisine Matthew Daggett’s family in Germany and extensive study of sausage making in Europe.
- Lamb Sausage with cannelli beans and honey-thyme mustard
- Pork Belly Sausage with sweet potato and hot mustard
- Boudin Blanc with roast potato, pickled cabbage and sweet mustard
- Chorizo with creamy polenta, manchego and whole grain mustard crème.
- Lamb Chops are served with celeriac puree, swiss chard, raspberry gastrique
- Short Rib Ravioli is served with caramelized cioppollinni and pearl onion consommé, watercress, crème de Dijon
- Duck Ragout is served confit-style with house-made duck prosciutto and creamy corn polenta cakes
- Seared Scallops are accompanied by parsnip apple puree, warm truffle mushroom salad
- Fresh Semolina Gnocchi comes with mushroom and butternut squash ragu.
- Farmhouse Burger—dry rubbed patty, lettuce, roasted tomato, caramelized onion, house sauce, pulled pork, fried egg.
The new dishes at Devil’s Den complement mainstay dishes that remain staples like their selection of Mussels, Shrimp & Chorizo, the popular Duck Fries, and several sandwich favorites.
Devil’s Den is one of Philadelphia’s best destinations for import and craft beers, with 17 rotating drafts and more than 200 bottles. Happy hour at Devil’s Den is every weekday from 5-7:00 pm, open daily from 11 am to 2 am., and Brunch is served from 10:30 am-3:00 pm every weekend.
1148 South 11th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147