Where to Eat in Philadelphia!
Philadelphia is home to a wonderful restaurant scene. If you chose one of the city’s great BYOB options and would like to bring along a bottle of wine, Center City has two liquor stores:
Wine and Spirits Wine and Spirits (A Premium Store)
8 Penn Center Plaza 1218 Chestnut Street 1628 John F Kennedy Blvd
Stephen Starr's twelfth restaurant in Philadelphia promises a unique dining experience.
1801 Chestnut Street
In Short – If only Center City had more little bistros like this uptown gem. The setup is simple enough; one room, crammed with cozy tables for two, and one menu of inexpensive Italian dishes.
235 S. 16th Street
The kitchen embraces simple ingredients, yet the food will speak to you with assertive flavors, textures and colors. Favorites include lobster and sea scallop ceviche, Morita-cumin grilled beef tenderloin, and guacamole with a mix of sweet potato, taro and blue corn chips.
106 S. 13th Street
Monk's Café prides itself on an astonishing selection of fine beers culled from breweries large and small throughout the world. One of the finest selections of Belgian beers on draught in America can be found at our Back Bar and an additional selection up Front.
264 S. 16th Street
This fantastic little pub brews all of their own beers on site, including Grog and George's Fault, both of which have won the Gold Medal at the Great American Beer Festival (2002 and 2005 respectively). All of their beers are fantastic, and they are winning awards left and right. To top it off, the food is some of the best pub fare in the city.
1516 Sansom Street
A friendly neighborhood spot with sleek, modern styling, serves up outstanding French-influenced Asian fare.
261 S. 20th Street
Alma de Cuba
A Stephen Starr triumph of Cuban cuisine.
1623 Walnut Street
The intimately set, open-air restaurant offers a tour of Mediterranean foods reminiscent of the West End.
276 S. 20th Street
Stephen Starr's oft described " luxury boutique steakhouse".
237 S. 18th Street
Butcher and Singer
Stephen Starr's finest. The menu includes an array of perfectly charred steaks and chops, coldwater lobster and iconic entrees like Lobster Thermidor, Steak Diane and Shrimp & Crab Louie. Paired with a Perfect Manhattan and personalized service and you are sure to feel like a celebrity.
1500 Walnut Street
Offers a diverse menu featuring homemade specialties and exotic Mediterranean cuisine.
114 S. 18th Street
Friday Saturday Sunday
A quiet residential neighborhood is a pleasant backdrop for drinks or dinner to compliment the wonderfully diverse American cuisine.
261 S. 21st Street
La Fontana Della Citta
Albanian born chefs dominate this lovely BYOB's exquisite cuisine.
1701 Spruce Street
A showcase for culinary delights as well as a feast for all the other senses.
1602 Locust Street
A leader in the Philadelphia "Bring Your Own" restaurant scene. Patrons are welcome to bring their own alcoholic beverages and there is no corkage fee.
37 S. 19th Street
A casual, rustic dining experience with no pretense to be found. The 36 bottle wine list walks the same unassuming, artisan path as the cuisine.
2201 Spruce Street
Mi Lah Vegetarian
Proudly serves local, seasonal, vegetable-forward vegetarian and vegan food.
218 S. 16th Street
Noble American Cookery
Noble's mission is to make you feel at home and to create a truly special dining experience, from the inviting and original decor to Chef Cameron's perfectly prepared menu of simple, seasonal ingredients.
2025 Sansom Street
Recalling the chic brasseries of Paris, serving traditional bistro fare in a charming and comfortable space. This stylish addition to Rittenhouse Square pays tribute to French café culture, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week.
227 S. 18th Street
The restaurant specializes in “bites and flights,” small plates paired with selections from Tavern’s 12 craft brews on tap and 30 wines by the glass.
220 S. 17th Street
The menu focuses on beer, imported cheeses and tapas-style salads and sandwiches.
123 S. 18th Street
A classic American bar with over 80 whiskies and bar snacks.
118 S. 20th Street
A stylish, up-scale northern Italian steakhouse located on the second floor in the historic Provident Bank Building just off fashionable Rittenhouse Row.
111 S. 17th Street
International cuisine combining Spanish, Portuguese, Thai, Japanese, and American flavors to create his own infusion. Elegant yet relaxed, Lacroix offers a truly distinctive atmosphere.
210 W. Rittenhouse Square
One of Philadelphia's signature trademarks of simplicity, elegance, and flavor.
1523 Walnut Street
Combining the freshest local ingredients with European sauces and bold Asian spices, each creation leaves you with the feeling that you've just found paradise.
124 S. 15th Street
Smith & Wollensky
An acclaimed wine list, rich ambiance and personal waiter service are designed to provide you with a truly memorable steakhouse experience.
The ultimate expression of what a Basque wine bar should be, draws inspiration from the rich cultural and culinary traditions of Basque country, inspires, tantalizes and satisfies.
114 S. 20th Street
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