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McCormick & Schmick's Seafood - PhiladelphiaMcCormick & Schmick's Seafood - Philadelphia
3542 reviews
Seafood | Center City, Philadelphia

Pre show dinner. Excellent service, excellent food and excellent drinks. Our server was very through, and continuously checked on us. She made recommendations and made sure we where finish in time for our show. More

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398 reviews
Italian | Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia

Fabulous restaurant in Rittenhouse square. Annibiamce was perfect. Excellent service. Excellent food and wine. Highly recommend. More

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Talula’s GardenTalula’s Garden
5602 reviews
American | Washington Square, Philadelphia

Been to Talula's many times. It has been great each time. Delicious food , nice presentation , terrific service ! More

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Fork RestaurantFork Restaurant
3242 reviews
Contemporary American | Old City, Philadelphia

Went to check out the 20th anniversary menu on my birthday. Absolutely fantastic. Just enough food to not be too stuffed. Loved all of the flavors throughout the courses. My favorites were the venison tartare and the duck. Service was gracious and efficient. Thank you to Ed for the stories and the wine tasting and John (the bartender) who created a perfect negroni to start and a delicious digestivo to end the night. Bravo to the chef. A truly perfect celebratory meal. More

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149 reviews
Japanese | University City, Philadelphia

first time for lunch. Wide range of choices on the menu, and reasonable value for good Japanese food More

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Vita Nova - University of Delaware1. Vita Nova - University of Delaware
311 reviews
Contemporary American | Newark, Delaware

We had a lovely evening enjoying nice dinner. The service was excellent. More

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Bibou2. Bibou
1249 reviews
French | South Philly, Philadelphia

Amazing experience. Totally worth it. Will definitely come back. More

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Vetri Cucina3. Vetri Cucina
1684 reviews
Italian | Center City, Philadelphia

40th birthday dinner with husband. It was fabulous! Thank you for a perfect evening . Service was impeccable and food was outstanding. More

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Hong Kong Fusion4. Hong Kong Fusion
23 reviews
Chinese | Cherry Hill, New Jersey Suburbs

Friendly and welcoming. Frequently order take out but wanted to enjoy a sit down meal on this occasion. Food fresh and tasty. More

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Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm5. Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm
401 reviews
Contemporary American | Lahaska, Bucks County

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Continental MidtownContinental Midtown
American | Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia

Three full stories of fun await you at the Continental Mid-town. Whether you’re relaxing in the lounge, swinging in a basket chair on the jet-set mezzanine or taking in the night along the airy rooftop patio, it’s a total reprieve from the expected. The mouth-watering menu features bold and eclectic flavors, from signature jumbo lump crab pad thai and Szechuan shoestring fries to playful spins like cheesesteak spring rolls and French onion soup dumplings. Expertly mixed pop and retro cocktails ensure there’s something for everyone to sip on, no matter the occasion.More

Four BloomsFour Blooms
American | Wilkes-Barre, Central Pennsylvania

Upscale dining in a casual atmosphere. The newest restaurant, featuring a piano bar, is set to open in October 2017. We look forward to seeing you soon.More

Stoke Coal Fire PizzaStoke Coal Fire Pizza
Italian | Easton, Lehigh Valley

At Stoke, we believe in the simple things in life that bring us pleasure. Our goal is to do the simple things well, whether that is making a pizza, a cocktail, or just providing you with great service and making you comfortable. Led by a Executive Chef Abe Lopez and Restaurant General Manager Jose Fetterolf, who draw inspiration from one another and beyond, we hope to foster an atmosphere of comfort, pleasure and an experience for all who join us.More

The Ugly DucklingThe Ugly Duckling
Contemporary American | Washington Square, Philadelphia

Quirky spot for creative American fare from breakfast through dinner, plus beer & cocktails.More

TradeWinds BYOBTradeWinds BYOB
Fusion / Eclectic | Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia

Located in the heart of historic Chestnut Hill, Tradewinds BYOB offers an eclectic menu specializing in Pacific Rim cuisine with touches from Korea, Japan, Hawaii and around the world. Indulge in our award winning Korean Fried Wings, the most authentic Poke' outside Hawaii and the freshest fish and seafood available.
Enjoy a warm atmosphere with friendly knowledgeable servers for Dinner or Weekend Brunch.
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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.