254 S 12th St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Onsite Seating is now First Come, First Serve. NO MORE RESERVATIONS EXCEPT FOR SPECIAL EVENTS. Limit 4 per table. Feel free to call us for availability, however we cannot reserve/hold tables. We require that everyone wear a mask while in our building. Once you are seated at a table you may remove your mask. Any time you get up from your table you must put the mask back on. Please stay at your table! No moving from table to table to talk to friends. We miss them too! Please do not come up to the bar for any reason. State …
214 Market St, Philadelphia, PA 19106
$ Recommended Editor's Pick
Located only three blocks away from the infamous Liberty Bell and the Independence Visitor Center, Campo’s Deli serves authentic Philadelphia food—more notably their notorious Philly Cheese steaks and Philly Hoagies. Campo’s has been serving Philly with their award-winning, signature sandwiches since 1947. Dedicated to quality service and selection, this deli was first opened as a neighborhood grocer, but their sandwiches made Campo’s the most memorable deli in the city. Rated as one of the top places in Philadelphia by City’s Best, Zagat, and the Food Network, Campo’s is a sandwich that you won’t forget.
734 South 9th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Awarded Philadelphia Magazine’s “Best of Philly” in 2008, owners Louis Sarcrone Jr. and Anothony Bucci have had a huge success since their opening in 1997. The deli is located just 50 feet from the bakery where all of the award winning bread is made. Campo’s Deli has a variety of daily specials and soups you can choose from. They are well known for their “Hoagies” filled with top Italian meats in their signature fresh baked bread. They are located on South 9th Street with comfortable indoor seating. If you’re looking for a great casual home style sandwich, come to Sarcone’s.
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.
1527 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
Five Guys Burgers and Fries has been taking the country by storm ever since they opened their first location in Arlington, VA in 1986. In just nine years, this burger chain has grown from five locations in the D.C. Metropolitan area to over 625 locations in over forty states and 4 Canadian provinces, not to mention the 200 restaurants opening in 2010. The menu is simple: hamburgers, little hamburgers, and hot dogs, all available with bacon and cheese and a list of free condiments (there’s also grilled cheese and veggie burgers for vegetarians). Fries are available in regular and Cajun …
4038 W Skippack Pike, Schwenksville, PA 19473
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.