The Whip Tavern

★★★☆☆
  • 1383 N Chatham Rd

    Coatesville, PA 19320

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  • 610-383-0600

About The Whip Tavern

Hours
Wed-Mon 11am-12am

Food

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A traditional English tavern. So out-of-the-way that you will probably not have cell service...and you'd never know about it unless a friend tells you. =) They boast local, seasonal and organic foods...prepared consistently superbly. For this, they get a solid 5 stars. I have to take one away because most of the menu is not low-carb friendly (everything is wrapped in carbs, coated with carbs, or marinated in carbs) and the upcharge for substituting starches with vegetables is quite steep. Call for a recording of hours...I believe they're closed Tuesdays...but not SURE. If you like a crowd, and a wait, evenings are for you. I prefer lunch or an early dinner for a quiet meal. You can view races and games on the many tv's and they offer patio dining seasonally. They have a lovely fireplace for the winter months, also.

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★★★★☆

A traditional English tavern. So out-of-the-way that you will probably not have cell service...and you'd never know about it unless a friend tells you. =) They boast local, seasonal and organic foods...prepared consistently superbly. For this, they get a solid 5 stars. I have to take one away because most of the menu is not low-carb friendly (everything is wrapped in carbs, coated with carbs, or marinated in carbs) and the upcharge for substituting starches with vegetables is quite steep. Call for a recording of hours...I believe they're closed Tuesdays...but not SURE. If you like a crowd, and a wait, evenings are for you. I prefer lunch or an early dinner for a quiet meal. You can view races and games on the many tv's and they offer patio dining seasonally. They have a lovely fireplace for the winter months, also.

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After driving about 15 miles outside Coatesville on narrow roads I arrived at a crossroads pub called The Whip at about 6pm Friday..Some local stabl guys at the bar and NO WINE or LIQUOR as if it did not matter. Bring the old folks!

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★☆☆☆☆

After driving about 15 miles outside Coatesville on narrow roads I arrived at a crossroads pub called The Whip at about 6pm Friday..Some local stabl guys at the bar and NO WINE or LIQUOR as if it did not matter. Bring the old folks!

Pros: CLEAN PUB

Cons: SHAM PUB

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After driving about 15 miles outside Coatesville on narrow roads I arrived at a crossroads pub/restaurant called The Whip at about 6pm Friday...Some local stable hands at the bar and NO WINE or LIQUOR as if it did not matter. Strictly amateur! Bring the old folks!

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★☆☆☆☆

After driving about 15 miles outside Coatesville on narrow roads I arrived at a crossroads pub/restaurant called The Whip at about 6pm Friday...Some local stable hands at the bar and NO WINE or LIQUOR as if it did not matter. Strictly amateur! Bring the old folks!

Pros: CLEAN PUB

Cons: SHAM PUB

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We met some friends one night at The Whip after hearing about it from multiple other people. Apparently it has become quite the hot spot for business lunches. It was a nice atmosphere, though being quite busy there wasn't a lot of elbow room. We really enjoyed our food which ranged from the house bangers and mash to crab cakes. The ales were good. The only downside was the music. It was too loud to have a normal conversation and resulted in our leaving earlier than we might have. I think next time we'll go for lunch instead. Prices were a bit high but not unreasonable. One note to keep in mind. The Whip is closed on Tuesdays.

4
★★★★☆

We met some friends one night at The Whip after hearing about it from multiple other people. Apparently it has become quite the hot spot for business lunches. It was a nice atmosphere, though being quite busy there wasn't a lot of elbow room. We really enjoyed our food which ranged from the house bangers and mash to crab cakes. The ales were good. The only downside was the music. It was too loud to have a normal conversation and resulted in our leaving earlier than we might have. I think next time we'll go for lunch instead. Prices were a bit high but not unreasonable. One note to keep in mind. The Whip is closed on Tuesdays.

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The atmosphere at the Whip is so quaint. I got fish and chips. The fish was very good. The chips were good but not outstanding. I will definitely go again.

3
★★★☆☆

The atmosphere at the Whip is so quaint. I got fish and chips. The fish was very good. The chips were good but not outstanding. I will definitely go again.

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The Whip is located in Chester County in an area filled with both British expatriots and horse people, frequently one and the same. Not far away are a number of thoroughbred horse training facilities and many trainers and exercise riders hungry for a taste of home find their way to this cozy pub. On the tv next to the bar you'll either see soccer matches or horse races being aired.

The Whip serves traditional English pub fare such as bangers and mash, scotch eggs, and Welsh rarebit as well as a spectacular Chester County mushroom soup, a specialty of the area, and other more ubiquitous bar food.

As most pubs are known for their beer, The Whip is no different and has a separate beer menu featuring ales, lagers, and stout from Great Britain & Denmark as well as some of the run-of-the-mill beers from the United States.

Eating at The Whip is a pleasant experience. You usually find yourselves conversing with people at near-by tables or at the bar and the ride through the horse country is just beautiful.

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★★★★☆

The Whip is located in Chester County in an area filled with both British expatriots and horse people, frequently one and the same. Not far away are a number of thoroughbred horse training facilities and many trainers and exercise riders hungry for a taste of home find their way to this cozy pub. On the tv next to the bar you'll either see soccer matches or horse races being aired.

The Whip serves traditional English pub fare such as bangers and mash, scotch eggs, and Welsh rarebit as well as a spectacular Chester County mushroom soup, a specialty of the area, and other more ubiquitous bar food.

As most pubs are known for their beer, The Whip is no different and has a separate beer menu featuring ales, lagers, and stout from Great Britain & Denmark as well as some of the run-of-the-mill beers from the United States.

Eating at The Whip is a pleasant experience. You usually find yourselves conversing with people at near-by tables or at the bar and the ride through the horse country is just beautiful.

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Food is Real good ,Great beers,good music, friends of ours asked us to meet them for drinks. We want to thank Joan for letting us in on the Whip. it's a fun local joint

4
★★★★☆

Food is Real good ,Great beers,good music, friends of ours asked us to meet them for drinks. We want to thank Joan for letting us in on the Whip. it's a fun local joint

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