From 2009: Owner Gene Johnson has been serving up a noble selection of draught and bottled beer for more than three decades. His best idea yet: Mix Your Six to-go packs, a clever marketing move aimed at customers looking for a little adventure and a great gift idea. There's also a suggested menu (for those of us who haven't passed Beer 101) that includes his and hers lists. With a selection of more than 130 beers to choose from, getting bored with your brew is not likely.
From 2013: Have you seen the renovations at Gullifty's? They sure are nifty - and the pizzas are, too. Whether it's the veggie-laden spinach and broccoli, the not-for-the-faint-of-heart chicken diablo or the indulgent apple (with garlic, cranberries, bacon, Gorgonzola, and cheddar jack), you simply can't make a bad choice. All are served as personal or shareable pies, and you can build your own flavor combo if you choose.
From 2014: This Main Line mainstay’s makeover gets two thumbs-up. The updated décor and menus add sophistication while maintaining the family-friendly appeal. Old favorites now compete with alligator tacos, duck flatbread and other more offbeat dishes. And the great kids’ menu still satisfies even the pickiest eaters.
From 2015: There’s something for just about everyone at Gullifty’s. But happy hour is when this Main Line favorite really shines. A huge selection of “budget beers,” plus $6 hand-spun pizzas and select appetizers, are just a few reasons to stop by after work.
Best Tried-And-True Happy Hour 2016: After 40 years of
success, Gullifty’s should know how to handle happy hour. A solid craft-beer list accompanies select wines by the glass and premium cocktails. The $6 appetizers are a real deal, or try a handspun personal pizza.