What makes Moriarty’s Restaurant so special?
It is an Irish Pub in Philadelphia unlike any other with award winning hot wings, famous Philly cheese steak, or classic Irish dishes.
But not just this, Moriarty’s exists in a historical pre-Civil War building that’s lived through major political, social and industrial developments. It was built before electricity and originally heated by fireplaces, the building retains the use of a few fireplaces in larger banquet rooms.
Forrest Theatre was opened in 1927 , a pub was next nearby. They have creating a longstanding relationship between the two establishments.
Today, many patrons visit Moriarty’s before and after the Forrest.
Moriarty has a real 1920s Irish pub feel. May be because, in true Irish tradition, the bar is the centerpiece of the establishment.
And the pub offers traditional Irish fare. It is also known for its fabulous Guinness pour.