Posted by Sam Bloch on May 20th, 2013
Jerry’s Bar in Northern Liberties opened over the weekend for dinner. Chef Marshall Green formerly of Cafe Estelle is in the kitchen. Green is known for his great brunch, which will be served at Jerry’s on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. starting in June. The highlights of the brunch menu include a cream cheese walnut sticky bun, multiple types of pancakes, French toast, steak and eggs, a brunch burger and a falafel and hummus sandwich.
Dinner at Jerry’s is served daily from 5 p.m. until 1 a.m. with dishes like smoked trout salad, wings, meatballs and toast, escargots, a fried haddock sandwich, steak frites, and potato gnocchi.
Jerry’s Bar is the same name and location as one of Northern Liberties last dive bars but you’ll be hard-pressed to find much of that bar in the updated version.
Jerry’s Bar [Official Site]
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Posted by Foobooz on December 28th, 2012
Marshall Green, who headed Cafe Estelle for five years before its closing earlier this year has his next gig lined up. Green will be in the kitchen at the recently rebuilt Jerry’s Bar at 129 Laurel Street. Expect nightly specials and of course, brunch.
Marshall Green Returns [Meal Ticket]
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Posted by Victor Fiorillo on February 24th, 2011
Even if you’ve been to Northern Liberties a hundred times, you’ve probably never ventured into Jerry’s Bar, a smoky, dingy but generally very friendly Ukrainian dive on Laurel Street, right around the corner from the Standard Tap and Piazza. Jerry’s has been around and in the same family since James Tate sat in the Mayor’s Office, and prices don’t seem to have changed all that drastically. Back in the days when I-95 was being built, workers would drop down ladders from the under-construction overpass to get to Jerry’s for a cheap lunch, though there’s no food (unless packs of Chicken In A Biskit count) these days. But you can still get a beer for $2 and shots for a buck.
But if local masonry contractor Bill Proud has his way, Jerry’s is about to go the way of the gastropub, leaving Northern Liberties without its diviest (by far) of dives, just in time for the ominous sounding $1,000-a-year pool club being built up the street.
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