Tria Rittenhouse opened in 2004 with the somewhat novel goal of bringing wine, cheese and beer together and celebrating them as equals. Tria Wash West followed in 2007. Tria has received six Best of Philly® awards from Philadelphia magazine, has been called one of the nation’s best places to enjoy beer by Imbibe and Draft magazines, as well as ratebeer.com, and has been honored with three James Beard Foundation Nominations for Best Wine Service. We could go on, but enough about us; at heart, Tria Cafe is the friendly corner bar in which you can relax with friends over some of the world’s most wonderful wines, cheeses and beers.
Washington Square West
Our ever-changing fermentation menus are small, yet diverse and seasonal, and are complemented by a European-style cafe menu of gourmet light fare. Tria is perfect for before or after something else, or as the centerpiece of your evening.
Rittenhouse 123 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103 (18th & Sansom)
Wash West 1137 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107 (12th & Spruce)
|Seven Days||Noon – Late Night|
Tria gladly accepts Cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Tria Cafe and Tria Taproom Gift Cards. No personal checks, please.
Tria does not accept reservations; feel free to visit us whenever you’d like.
Tria is best suited to more intimate gatherings, but in the event that you are able to fit six or more friends at a table, we will add an 18% gratuity.
Smoking is not permitted, inside or at the sidewalk cafe, as per Philadelphia law.