Chef Townsend Wentz opens the Townsend Wentz Restaurant Group’s fourth establishment, The Hayes, with traditional American pub flavor.
The Hayes, Midtown Village’s contemporary American tavern and gastropub from Chef Townsend Hayes Wentz is now open for business. The daily eaterie and bar offers a full menu of new American cuisine, craft beers, timeless cocktails, wines on tap, and much more.
The Hayes, situated in the lively Midtown Village (1123 Walnut Street, Philadelphia) is a revered contemporary American gastropub that serves patrons high-quality comfort food. Visit for a classic mid-century style dining experience and savor delicious East Coast Oysters, the infamous The Hayes Burger, or Steak Frites. With an L-shaped bar that can seat up to 22 guests and spacious seating throughout.
Found right beside Chef Wentz’s Spanish tapas and sherry bar concept Oloroso, The Hayes, delivers its own take on classic pub food like burgers, mussels, wings, and other entrées. Seven days a week, Wentz’s all-new menu to the public from 11:30 am until late. Enjoy eight domestic brews from 18 taps along with Old Speckled Hen on nitro and everchanging craft beers to enjoy.
“We’re thrilled to be up and running in this beautiful space next to my Spanish concept Oloroso, and across the street from the Forrest Theatre. We’re super proud of the dishes we’re currently offering, and look for even more offerings in the weeks and months ahead. We invite Philadelphia and visitors to pay us a visit and come check us out.” – Chef and Owner Townsend Wentz.
Reservations are not required but you’ll be doing yourself a favor by booking ahead. Visit The Hayes’ website for more information.
I’ll see you at the bar.