Philadelphia, PA - Midtown Village's new American tavern/gastronomic pub, The Hayes, has opened its doors for dinner and lunch seven days a week at 1123 Walnut St. It offers a full menu featuring American cuisine, classic cocktails, wines on the tap, and many more.
The Hayes is next to Chef Wentz's Spanish tapas and Oloroso's sherry bar concept Oloroso. The Hayes offers modern, decadent versions of traditional pub fare like Steak Frites ($36), which includes a 12 oz New York strip, green sauce, fries, and Baked Organic Chicken ($27) with Brussels sprouts, organic chicken, and green peppercorn sauce.
The Hayes is named after its proprietor, Chef Townsend Hayes Wentz. It has a mid-century design with a large dining area that can seat 46 people and a bar that seats 22. There are two televisions at each end of the L-shaped bar. There are also two televisions at each end. Patrons of the bar can enjoy 18 taps that include eight domestic brews and one Yard's Brewing Co. line. Old Speckled Hen is also available on nitro.
A selection of craft cocktails has been created by the Hayes mixologists, which are priced at $14 each. Expertly curated drinks include a selection of beer by the glass and are sorted into "Usual Suspects" (think Miller High Life, Narragansett Ale, etc.) and "Unusual Suspects," which is a rotating selection of craft beers.
There are ao a variety of international and local wines by the glass. A few wines are also available on tap, and a selection of natural wines by the bottle. Zero-proof beverages can also be requested.
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