Best Tried-and-True Happy Hour 2017: One door down from the popular Teresa’s Cafe, imbibe barrel-aged cocktails like the Pear o’ the Dog or poured on-tap “kegtails” like the Fred Collins Fizz. There’s also an epic wine, craft-beer and cider list. Pair your drink of choice with victuals like mussels, pommes frites and mouthwatering burgers.
Best Place to Drink a Beer You Never Heard Of 2015: Featuring a carefully curated selection of craft and imported brews served in authentic glassware with cicerone-like passion, alongside a menu showcasing small plates, mussels and tacos, Teresa’s will make you a regular in one visit.
Best Restaurant Experience 2014: Tell us something we don’t know: Teresa’s has superb food, an extensive beverage selection, and a knowledgeable staff. Our favorite triple threat: fried artichokes, drunken mussels with fries, and a toothsome sugar waffle.
Best Bar 2013: This popular gastropub's hearty, inventive menu and extensive beer selection never fail to impress. Specialty tastings and meet-the-brewer events beckon beer lovers on a regular basis. Or show up any night and choose from dozens of Belgian and local brews on tap, plus hundreds by the bottle.
Best Beer and Food Pairings 2010: On Tasty Tuesdays, the Teresa’s kitchen outdoes itself with its outrageously eclectic and sumptuous couplings of beer and food. On occasion, owner Andy Dickerson even taps Dogfish Head, Stonekeep Meadery and other special guests to spice things up. With combos like pan-seared Tasmanian trout and citrusy Allagash White, you’ll find yourself waiting eagerly for Monday to come and go.