Hoist a stein and release a hearty “Prost!” — Frankford Hall is a German biergarten for the 21st century.

Set in an industrial structure in the heart of Philadelphia’s Fishtown, Frankford Hall nails the perfect balance between edge and charm. Complete with massive garage doors and trees strung with twinkling lights, the space spreads out the action between spacious open-air picnic tables, fire pits and indoor bar area with ping-pong and other games. German and American beers flow by the half and full liter, joining two-fisted eats like sausages, burgers and warm Bavarian pretzels. Ideal for an impromptu drop-in with a few friends or an all-day session with a huge group, Frankford Hall embodies true Teutonic spirit-raising with a modern twist.

Group Dining

Frankford Hall embodies the spirit of an open-air German biergarten presented with a modern twist. Set in an industrial structure, the space creates a unique urban experience for those looking to enjoy a cold beer and brats of all kinds.

  • Non-Private Interior Seating for 20-150 guests
  • Full Buyout - 450 seated / 550 reception
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Host Your Fantasy Football Event with Us!

$30 per person for 2 hours, $40 per person for 3 hours.
The party includes:

  • Unlimited beer
  • House made snack mix
  • Pretzel bites
  • Draft kit and player labels available upon request

Email nicole@starr-restaurant.com for more details!

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Open for Labor Day


This year, we will be open for Labor Day from 12pm-10pm.

Save the Date: Oktoberfest


We’re about host our best Oktoberfest party yet!
Save the date – more details coming soon.

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Conde Nast "15 Best Bars in Philadelphia"

“An unmistakable air of joviality greets you as you wander through the biergarten-style bar, complete with picnic, ping-pong, and shuffleboard tables, as a broad swath of locals—from bubbly twentysomethings cheersing over one-liter pints, to young families with babies napping in strollers—happily sip from their steins.”

Read more here.