The Pour House - the beer-bar chainlet from the South Jersey-based group that owns P.J. Whelihan's, Treno, and The Chophouse - has landed in Airport Square on Route 309 in North Wales, taking over the spot occupied by Romano's Macaroni Grill.
And at this - the third Pour House location after Westmont and Exton - it has one of the biggest beer selections in the area, with 39 taps, 1 hand pump, and 77 craft bottle labels. This location also pours tap wines from Clos LaChance winery. See tap list here.
Wide-open layout is centered on a bar and its enviable collection of video.
This location also has a pizza oven for specialty flatbreads - a first for Pour House. Special menu entrees created for the North Wales restaurant include a Dogfish Head bratwurst skillet ($16.99), Mediterranean braised chicken with olives, Meyer lemon, cumin and coriander ($19.99), and pan-fried crabcake ($19.99). Menu is here.
Hours are 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily.