Celebrity Spotting Restaurants
Hammer & FireAddress: 301 W Dekalb Pike, King of Prussia, PA 19406
PanoramaAddress: 14 North Front Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
$$ Special Offer
Ristorante Panorama's Italian grace and insouciance reigns throughout its airy, lively formal dining room and classy-casual wine bar within the Penn’s View Hotel. Chef Rosario Romano's unerring renderings and savory interpretations of Italian classic cuisine soar even higher on bacchanal flights paired impeccably by sommelier William Eccleston. The restaurant’s national oenophile pedigree owes to the 120 different wines available daily by the glass and its yearly tally of 800 different wines on the menu. These in combination with the homemade pastas, authentic veal dishes, and fresh seafood specialties create the perfect escape to the Northern Italian Region, no passport necessary.
Zachary's BBQAddress: 1850 S. Collegeville Rd, Unit 107, Collegeville, PA 19426
Savor award-winning, wood-fired, authentic BBQ. We also provide catering for weddings, graduations, and picnics. Enjoy Southern comfort & true American cooking.
Golf & SocialAddress: 1080 N Delaware Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19125
Because of limited capacity due to Covid-19, we are only taking reservations for 4 people for our roof deck.
McGillin's Olde Ale HouseAddress: 1310 Drury St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
For the week of Tuesday, September 28 through Monday, October 5, we will NOT take reservations. We will be walk-in only. As always, walk-ins will be seated, first-come, first-served, if seats are available. Tables are available for up to 1-1/2 hours. McGillin’s Olde Ale House, established in 1860 is Philadelphia’s oldest pub and Midtown Village’s oldest business. McGillin’s is famous for quality local beer, hearty fresh meals and the place to meet old friends and new. No matter the time of day you are certain to encounter a friendly face and true hospitality.
Manam Indian CuisineAddress: 124 Lancaster Ave, Malvern, PA 19355
House of India - CollegevilleAddress: 121 Market St, Collegeville, PA 19426
The Franklin BarAddress: 112 S 18th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Moss Mill Brewing CompanyAddress: 109 Pike Cir, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19012
Brick & BarrelAddress: 870 Welsh Rd, Maple Glen, PA 19002
Nicks's Roast BeefAddress: 4501 Woodhaven Rd, Philadelphia, PA 19154
House of India - RoyersfordAddress: 467 W Ridge Pike, Royersford, PA 19468
Knock Restaurant & BarAddress: 225 S 12th St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
King of Prussia DinerAddress: 128 Town Center Rd, King of Prussia, PA 19406
Geno's SteaksAddress: 1219 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Rivaling neighboring Pat’s, Genos is Philly’s other notorious 24-hour cheesesteak stop. As has been the case since Joe Vento opened in 1966, sandwiches come heaping with thinly sliced steak and a choice of American, Provolone, or cheese wiz melted across the top. The menu is simple, the ordering straightforward, and the meal a decadent version of the best sandwich Philadelphia has to offer. If the glowing storefront doesn’t lure you in, the unmistakable scent of grilled steak certainly will.
Pat's King of SteaksAddress: 1237 E. Passyunk Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Cheesesteaks are so ingrained in Philly tradition that visitors don’t dare depart the city without sampling the city's namesake sandwich. At Pat’s, diners come for the original—founder Pat Oliveri created the sandwich in 1930—and are willing to suffer long lines and follow strict instructions for “How to Order a Steak.” Make sure you come with cash and a decisive palate—if you stumble over your order you may be sent to the back of the line. But stay steadfast and the reward is yours: thin slices of juicy ribeye, smothered with melted cheese and grilled onions, and stuffed into a crisp …
Happy RoosterAddress: 118 S. 16th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
A Philadelphia mainstay for 40 years, the Happy Rooster is a mixture of old-school refinement and quirky charm, making it a favorite spot among locals and visitors. Opened as Philadelphia's first vodka and caviar bar in 1968, it was famous for its great food and old-boys’ club feel. When new owner Rose Parrota took over in 2000, she made a few changes. What remains offers a refined, but cozy dining experience. The menu is a selection of classic dinner fare with a few contemporary twists, and the bar offers a diverse wine list. On any given night, you can find …
Ralph'sAddress: 760 S. 9th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Just five weeks after Ralph’s opened its doors, Teddy Roosevelt sat down for a classic Italian meal in a burgeoning South Philadelphia Italian neighborhood; that was in 1900. Today, Ralph’s still caters to a host of notable diners and delivers the same simple, homey but high quality Italian fare as always. It’s a spaghetti and meatball parlor where red tomato sauce is king, queen, and heir to the thrown. Ralph’s is the oldest family owned Italian restaurant in America. The trattoria’s no fuss consistent approach to Southern Italian cuisine and elegant but non-stuffy atmosphere have made it a favorite among …
Lacroix at the RittenhouseAddress: 210 W. Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA 19103
$$$ Special Offer
Located in the prestigious Rittenhouse Hotel, gazing over downtown Philadelphia's most elegant square, Lacroix has become a landmark of its own right - with an air of graceful distinction. Romantic and evocative, the dining room beckons with the luminous glow of candlelight. Guests are invited to indulge in the world-class menu, composed of the freshest ingredients of the Eastern seaboard. This composition of International Progressive cuisine, prepared with profound expertise by Master Chef Jon Cichon, includes mouth watering additions such as Elysian Fields Lamb Carpaccio and Hudson Valley Duck.
Le CastagneAddress: 1920 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Delinquent account! This restaurant has an unpaid balance for our services. Unfortunately, it has been our experience that account delinquency is the result of an establishment’s financial difficulties, which also commonly translate into a deterioration in service and food quality. As we have not been given the opportunity to assess the status of this restaurant, we cannot in good faith recommend it to our customers. While we can’t currently endorse this venue, we are happy to suggest a number of other high quality restaurants to meet all your dining needs. Thank you for your understanding.