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1740 HouseAddress: 3690 River Rd, New Hope, PA 18933
$$ Recommended New Editor's Pick Private Room View Outdoor Seating
Private, members-only Club located at the 1740 House Country Inn. Amazing views of the Delaware River from patio, bar and interior dining room seating. Open only to Club members or guests of the 1740 House Country Inn.
Moss Mill Brewing CompanyAddress: 109 Pike Cir, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19012
King of Prussia DinerAddress: 128 Town Center Rd, King of Prussia, PA 19406
Bistro St. TropezAddress: 2400 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Before Patou came to Old City with its ultra-hip appeal, Patrice Rames already had a Philadelphia success nestled atop the Marketplace Design Center in Center City. Since 1987, Patou’s sister restaurant Bistro St. Tropez has been serving Philadelphia foodies the finest of French food, and has given five-star French spots some stiff competition. In Bistro St. Tropez you will find the illusion of Provence amidst simple elegance, classic French cuisine, and a predominately French wine selection—all presented with Rames’s signature classic style that gives Philly a true taste of France.
Davio'sAddress: 111 S. 17th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
$$$ 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.
Moshulu RestaurantAddress: 401 South Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19106
$$$ Special Offer
Diners looking for a luxurious evening that seems to float on gossamer waters need look no further than Moshulu, the docked restaurant nestled in the Delaware River at Penn's Landing. The menu is creative American and boasts a wide array of innovative cuisine that draws on seasonal ingredients from around the state. The views of the water are stunning and drinks on the top deck are perfect as the mercury rises. Moshulu serves delectable dishes and promises to transport patrons to a majestic world of adventure and history within the space of a single meal.
Blue Bell InnAddress: 601 Skippack Pike, Blue Bell, PA 19422
While Blue Bell Inn’s rich history shapes it to this day (Blue Bell itself was named for it), it is by no means stuck in the past. Owner/Executive Chef John Lamprecht Jr. regularly offers internationally-influenced specials (Crab Cake with Wasabi Cream) to compliment his largely classical menu. A sleek bar featuring live music and large-screen plasma televisions offers a buoyant, but refined retreat for professionals looking to unwind, and the small dining rooms’ colonial design creates an intimate atmosphere without being stuffy. Anyone looking for time-tested fine dining with modern sensibilities need look no further than Blue Bell Inn.
Modo MioAddress: 161 W. Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19123
Peter McAndrews, Executive Chef of Modo Mio (Italian for “my way”), has taken traditional Italian cuisine and done it his way. The restaurant recreates the ambiance of an Italian osteria, with a quaint, homey setting that takes guests right into the heart of old Italy. Diners can experience Chef McAndrew’s innovative approach to rustic Italia through the scores of regional dishes from Sicily and Northern Italy, as well as appetizing Italian-American creations. Scrumptious pastas, such as the Agnolotti in creamy almond butter sauce, are complemented by a variety of rich entrees like the Braciolette, a sausage-stuffed steak topped by melted …
Positano CoastAddress: 212 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
$$ Special Offer
Positano Coast, an Aldo Lamberti restaurant, was created to reflect the ambiance, energy and traditions of the Amalfi coast and it has done just that. With a modern twist on classic Italian dishes, Chef Pippo Lamberti brings a quiet sophistication to Philly’s Old City District. Positano Coast has a sleek and progressive open-air design with a cobalt blue floor, dramatically white walls and floor-to ceiling windows. The restaurant is located on the 2nd floor and offers two patios and a terrace for al fresco dining. Positano Coast’s Sopra Lounge is a comfortable and stylish place to enjoy a tasty concoction …
Fergies PubAddress: 1214 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Looking for an authentic Irish pub in Philadelphia? Search no further than Fergies on Sansom Street. Open until 2:00am nightly, this neighborhood tavern presents live music and a great selection of food and drinks. Fergies serves a variety of classic bar appetizers like nachos and wings along with custom burgers, tasty entrees, salads, and comfort food-style sandwiches. This pub often hosts events like their annual St. Patrick’s Day, Half Way to St. Patrick’s Day, and Halloween celebrations. The bar’s wooden flooring, brick exterior, and signature Celtic motif throughout pays homage to the enduring traditions of the Irish.
Chez ColetteAddress: 120 S. 17th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Striped BassAddress: 1500 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
$$$ Editor's Pick
UPDATE: This restaurant is no longer in business! Elegance and class grace this upscale eatery, as apparent from the striking architectural space as the fashionable guests that fill it. At the table, seafood reigns king, and Chef Alfred Portale is a master at transforming each fish into a stunning, if not sometimes eclectic masterpiece. With a raw bar, winning wine list, and seasonal menu that celebrates the bounty of the oceans around the globe, there is not much else the Striped Bass could do to offer a more chic, elegant, and delectable dinging experience.
Dmitri'sAddress: 2227 Pine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Dimitri's operates on a simple premise: Grill it and they will come. From the pita bread to the whole fish, just about everything gets plopped on the grill. Even after all the years of success you still can't beat the prices of the city's favorite BYOB. It gets crowded early -- even before opening, a line of patrons waits at the door. The open kitchen is right up front of this modest-sized restaurant.
Solaris GrilleAddress: 8201 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19118
This venue is no longer open.