Olympia Wa Restaurants
Mirna's CafeAddress: 758 Dekalb Pike, Blue Bell, PA 19422
$$ Recommended New Editor's Pick
It is with food that we express our generosity and hospitality. Since 1992, Mirna’s Restaurant & Grill has maintained an outstanding reputation, by providing excellent Italian and Mediterranean food in the Blue Bell Pa complemented by attentive and warm service. If you are celebrating a special occasion or would simply like to indulge in a delicious lunch or dinner, don’t hesitate to bring your favorite bottle of wine and leave the rest on us. Mirna’s menu will add a distinctive taste to your family and friends’ future get together, business gathering or next event. Our cuisine will delight the gourmet, …
Lumière Candle Studio - Old CityAddress: 161 North 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
Lumière Candle Studio - Bella VistaAddress: 830 South St., Philadelphia, PA 19147
A Tribute to Queen: Taste the MusicAddress: 201 Mateer Building, State College, PA 16802
The Broad Street GrindAddress: 117 E Broad St, Souderton, PA 18964
Mae’s West ChesterAddress: 39 W Gay St, West Chester, PA 19380
At The Table BYOBAddress: 11 Louella Ct, Wayne, PA 19087
Mattison EstatesAddress: 501 Mattison Ave, Ambler, PA 19002
Cafe Ferraro/Ants PantsAddress: 526 S 4th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Famous 4th Street DeliAddress: 700 S. 4th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Located just south of the hustle of South Street in Queen's Village, the Famous 4th Street Deli is a quaint Jewish-American restaurant featuring hospitable service and enormous sandwiches. Named after the streets in New York City, some of the sandwiches stand over six inches tall and come with a choice of sides like potato pancakes and fresh fruit. Traditional Jewish American delicacies, including monsterous bowls of matzah ball soup, can be ordered as appetizers. The attached bakery freshly bakes a motley of pastries available for desert or take out daily.
ValanniAddress: 1229 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107
$$ Special Offer
Valanni fuels night-time revelry with its clever cocktails, scrumptious snacks and lively atmosphere. The menu is an elegant hybrid of Mediterranean and Latin influences,with traditional Spanish-style dishes like Seafood Paella sharing space with more fusion flavors like the Sesame and Pepita Crusted Yellowfin Tuna and the Honey glazed Duck Breast. The stylish dining room blends a rugged industrialism with a polished cosmopolitanism, juxtaposing exposed brick walls and an expansive bar with leather banquettes, modernist accents, and soft, glowing, amber lights. The allure of flavorful beverages like the Mango Mojito and Watermelon-Rita (a muddled watermelon margarita) make happy hours and late …
MercatoAddress: 1216 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107
From the butter yellow walls to the bustling energy of its open kitchen, Mercato embraces diners with an uncommon warmth rarely found in restaurants of this size. Generous portions abound while menu items are a refreshingly eclectic marriage between new American cuisine and creative Italian fare. Executive Chef, Mackenzie Hilton succeeds at combining seasonal ingredients with innovative techniques to create a distinctively unconventional meal for adventurous diners. This BYOB is a standout favorite among Philadelphia's discerning residents and, for those without reservations, even weeknights promise a considerable but worthwhile wait.
Blue Pear BistroAddress: 275 Brintons Bridge Road, West Chester, PA 19382
Brought to you by the Dilworthtown Inn, the Blue Pear Bistro delivers the same high quality food and service in a more casual environment. This self-proclaimed “hip-storic” bistro offers small and medium plates of playful and inventive comfort foods. Housed in the former Dilworthtown Inn General Store, the location has been revamped to unveil a quiet sophistication. A split-level restaurant, the Blue Pear Bistro’s blue and amber color scheme promotes a laid-back atmosphere. With small plates of Tuna Tartare or Chicken Nuggets with White-Truffle Honey Mustard, and medium plates of Braised Veal Breast and Pan Seared Sea Scallops, guests can …
SolaAddress: 614 West Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
Chef Dave Clouser’s impressive resume, including such notable restaurants as Susanna Foo, The Inn at Montcharin and Nectar, has given him the essential tools to open his Bryn Mawr restaurant, Sola. Serving a familiar American cuisine with a distinctive European flair, Sola attempts to redefine the typical bistro. This 50-seat restaurant offers diners a warm intimate environment with fresh seasonal ingredients and an ever evolving weekly prix fixe menu. Since its inception in 2006, Sola has remained a BYOB restaurant and promises to stay that way.
Friday Saturday SundayAddress: 261 S. 21st Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Friday Saturday Sunday started on a dare and became a Center City dining establishment known best for its wine list, the Tank Bar (a second-floor bar set before a jumbo fish tank), and its cream of mushroom soup. Located near Rittenhouse Square, the restaurant features dishes including pork chops, crab cakes, duck and butternut squash ravioli. Low-lit dining rooms are cozy enough to be romantic; they are also ideal for getting together with friends for dinner and a bottle of wine. The wine list offers about 70 varieties, all sold only $10 over cost.
Roberto CaféAddress: 2108 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19146
Roberto Café, an Italian Trattoria in the Graduate Hospital area, provides a variety of seafood and Italian classics in a comfortable, intimate atmosphere. Joining the mix of restaurants and bars along South Street, this cozy BYO offers elegant dining suitable for business trip meals, small groups, and romantic diners alike. The attentive staff, delicious food, and small, homey dining room make for a very pleasant dining experience. Italian food lovers will be pleased to find modern and creative touches added to their traditional favorite dishes, including sautéed chicken, pasta, and crabmeat.
Paradigm RestaurantAddress: 239 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
In the heart of Philly’s hip and happening Old City, Paradigm restaurant is quite the hot spot with chic, modern décor and patrons to match. At the restaurant’s 40 foot granite bar, guests can munch on award-winning appetizers as they drink expertly mixed martinis amid glowing blue lights. Owner David Ciurlino, who also owns neighboring Dolce, has created an eclectic international menu with Italian flare featuring daily homemade desserts. Conveniently open for lunch and dinner, this restaurant is also home to a trendy lounge for guests to enjoy long after the kitchen has closed!
Davio'sAddress: 111 S. 17th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
$$$ Top 10 Recommended Special Offer
The building that houses Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse was originally Philadelphia's historic Provident Bank building. Today, the building keeps its remarkable architecture, boasting dramatic arched windows that draw in natural lighting, sweeping ceilings and gleaming, polished wood. This Rittenhouse Square locale gives Davio's the ideal setting to serve up a menu that blends prime cuts of Brandt beef with classic pasta and seafood dishes of Northern Italy. All of this is complemented by an award winning wine list and superior service, making Davio’s one of Philadelphia’s premier places to enjoy steak and so much more.
Derek'sAddress: 4411 Main Street, Philadelphia, PA 19127
The space formerly known as Sonoma was recently revamped by dynamic chef and owner Derek Davis. The result is Derek’s, a casual contemporary lounge serving sophisticated comfort food in a family atmosphere. Whether opting to order from their sweeping wine list or to BYO with no additional corkage fee, casual wine drinkers and enthusiasts alike are sure to feel at home. The menu is no less welcoming and offers thoughtful small plates and regular portioned entrees made from sustainable and seasonal ingredients. Sidewalk seating is ideal in the warmer months and conveys a European joie de vivre you’ll be hard-pressed …