A good beer selection, tasty fries and plenty of inked-up regulars make this a standout bar on the otherwise mainstream South Street..
One of the few South Street bars that deserves more than the occasional pub crawl pop-in, Tattooed Mom has been able to forge a sturdy identity of its own in an otherwise flavor-of-the-moment atmosphere. Attitude can be heavy when stools and tables are at a premium. Leather jackets, slicked-back hair, hot-rod rockers and, of course, tattoos are in abundance most of the time. A well-stocked jukebox (heavy on the rock 'n roll) keeps the place lively.
Always make a point to stop by this place when on South Street. I'm a big fan of the clientele, love checking out the tats and the tattoed ladies.
Food is good and I've always had friendly service.
Tourist Trap for Locals. Paid two distinctly different visits here over Mother's Day weekend. First visit was for lunch (standard grub) and sat at a table. Second was to drink. Sat at the bar and watched tourists peek in to decide the safety of a place with a nude painting above the bar and tattooed love boys (and gals) hanging out. Locals were welcoming, laughs were aplenty and the box is great! Jo rules!
dive bar with 5 star prices.
this place is too cool for school.
if your not a punk rock wanabee dont bother.
the bartender charged me 10 bucks for 2 yuengling bottles, what a rip off. maybe it was her way of getting me and my friend to leave.
the place could be a good time, but the "inhabitants" are less than friendly.
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