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Bud & Marilyn's
American | Center City
Contemporary American | Newark
Corked Bar, Grill, Nightclub
American | Bethlehem
The Little Lion
Comfort Food | Old City
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Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse - King of PrussiaFogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse - King of Prussia
767 reviews
Brazilian Steakhouse | King of Prussia, Western Suburbs

As usual a great meal! Great service and Raoul is great manager! More

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Talula’s GardenTalula’s Garden
5428 reviews
American | Washington Square, Philadelphia

We had the cinnamon bun, avocado toast, and a burger with a side of bacon - all excellent. Very friendly and attentive service, as well. More

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358 reviews
Italian | Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia

Great overall restaurant. The food the the service was great! This was our first time here but we will be back More

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Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse - PhiladelphiaFogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse - Philadelphia
2124 reviews
Brazilian Steakhouse | Center City, Philadelphia

The food, the staff, the ambiance were all equally spectacular! More

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Talula's Daily - Secret Supper ClubTalula's Daily - Secret Supper Club
346 reviews
Contemporary American | Washington Square, Philadelphia

We selected Talula's Daily over its Garden restaurant two doors down, and enjoyed the more private, cozy setting of the dining room with its fixed five course meal - although arrangements can be made for food allergies, etc. which we took advantage of (e.g., no cilantro.) We also selected the wine pairing menu and found the pairings to be fun and complimentary. We would enjoy living in Philadelphia so we could go each month and try out that month's five course meal, and I understand people can sign up for a monthly meal. Finally, we also want to recommend Nicole, our server, who made our dining experience so pleasurable. More

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Bibou1. Bibou
1244 reviews
French | South Philly, Philadelphia

Everything was fantastic!!! One of our favorite restaurants in Philly! We will be back soon! More

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Vita Nova - University of Delaware2. Vita Nova - University of Delaware
285 reviews
Contemporary American | Newark, Delaware

We love Vita Nova! As soon as we receive an email notifying us we can make reservations we do so, one each month if possible. The food is always excellent and the service is provided by earnest and friendly students who clearly are interested in meeting expectations. We have never been disappointed. More

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Vetri3. Vetri
1656 reviews
Italian | Center City, Philadelphia

The entire dining experience was a great one. Will absolutely be going back!! Worth every penny. You will spend $$$. Great for special occasions More

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Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm4. Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm
378 reviews
Contemporary American | Lahaska, Bucks County

An absolutely exceptional dinner experience. Superior food and a beautiful dining room. Excellent service. Bucolic location. More

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Zahav5. Zahav
5852 reviews
Middle Eastern | Old City, Philadelphia

My wife and I loved the food and the service. We were full and happy after having the tasting menu. The duck heart is good but not for the faint "hearted"! More

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1774 Grille & Tap1774 Grille & Tap
American | Bethlehem, Lehigh Valley

Upscale Fine dining restaurant with a local fresh American cuisine.More

39 West American Bistro39 West American Bistro
American | West Chester, Western Suburbs

At 39 West, our philosophy is simple: always fresh, and as local as possible. So grab your favorite bottle of wine and a few friends, and leave the cooking to us.More

Brandywine Branch BistroBrandywine Branch Bistro
American | Allentown, Lehigh Valley

Brandywine Branch Distillers, Founded by Don Avellino and Scott Avellino, is a new small batch micro-distillery located in Pennsylvania’s bucolic Chester County. A grain-to-bottle enterprise, Brandywine Branch Distillers inhabits a lovingly restored 130-year-old barn, located on an eight-acre property and exclusively produces everything on site utilizing handcrafted methods. Its debut and principal offering, The Revivalist Gins™, is a portfolio of four unique and small-batch expressions: Equinox, Summertide, Harvest, and Solstice. Walsh, Managing Director of Production and Master Blender at Brandywine Branch Distillers, wanted to create a year-round portfolio of gins that reflected different taste profiles and echoed the natural progression of the seasons, their scents, colors and flavors, in order to create something for every palate. More

Friday Saturday SundayFriday Saturday Sunday
American | Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia

New American with a familiar name. Chef Chad Williams and his wife Hanna have taken a familiar spot and reinvented it. Craft cocktails at the main floor bar and delicious and inventive dishes on the 2nd floor dining room.More

French | Harrisburg, Hershey / Harrisburg

Rubicon is a playfully french inspired, bar-centric restaurant, offering honest epicurean fare. Our meals are prepared with fresh, locally grown produce and farm-raised meats, as well as imported gourmet items.More

Discover Philadelphia

No longer just NYC’s 8th borough, Philadelphia is a well-kept secret, especially when it comes to food. Sure, you can still get a cheesesteak or its lesser-known, debatably better cousin—the roast pork sandwich—but the restaurant scene has taken off in recent years, with Israeli, vegetarian, and Spanish food in the mix. The provolone-lined cheese shops of eras gone by exist in bigger, better versions and the large, welcoming brasseries that dot Rittenhouse Square make you feel like you’re in Paris. Reading Terminal Market pays homage to Lancaster County’s Pennsylvania Dutch fare, with a bounty of pretzels and apple butter, while local bakeries, baristas, and breweries set a high culinary bar for the City of Brotherly love.