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123 S. 18th St., Philadelphia, PA 19103, United States
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Tria opened this first location of its now citywide bar and café chain in Rittenhouse Square in 2004, based on the trinity of beer, wine, and cheese. The menu has a rotating selection of approximately 16 artisan cheeses at any time, ranging from Missouri sheep’s milk to Spanish goat cheese. There’s also heavier fare like truffled-mushroom sandwiches and smoked-duck salads. The dishes were designed to be paired with the daily microbrews that may include Pennsylvania Pilsner or Belgian ales at any given time. Ditto on the ever-changing list of wines from small producers.

Restaurant
Tria

Tria opened this first location of its now citywide bar and café chain in Rittenhouse Square in 2004, based on the trinity of beer, wine, and cheese. The menu has a rotating selection of approximately 16 artisan cheeses at any time, ranging from Missouri sheep’s milk to Spanish goat cheese. There’s also heavier fare like truffled-mushroom sandwiches and smoked-duck salads. The dishes were designed to be paired with the daily microbrews that may include Pennsylvania Pilsner or Belgian ales at any given time. Ditto on the ever-changing list of wines from small producers.