Queen Village Restaurants
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.
623 S. 6th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147
$$ Special Offer
Chef Peter Woolsey uses his know-how and talent to create classic French dishes that can be found across various regions in France at Bistrot La Minette. The elegant flair and friendly wait staff give the restaurant a warm and luxuriously casual atmosphere. Try such dishes as the Magret de Canard au Cassis, a pan-roasted duck breast, grilled white asparagus, potato confit, and black currant sauce, or try the Gateau L’Opera, a multi-layered almond sponge cake with chocolate ganache, coffee butter cream, and crème Chantilly. Give Bistrot La Minette a chance—your taste buds will thank you!
120 Lombard Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147
$$ Recommended Special Offer
Located in an 18th Century granary, Bistro Romano is an Italian style saloon serving up regional Italian cuisine in a quaint, home style manner. This historic building it’s placed in gives this cozy restaurant a warm, friendly, and romantic vibe, and when paired with their traditional Italian dishes and a selection from their wine menu, you’ll feel right at home. The romantic setting keeps patrons coming back for more. On the weekends, Bistro Romano hosts Mystery Theater, which includes a four course dinner along an exciting performance. Ideal for date night, Bistro Romano is a restaurant that can assist you …
620 S. 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147
You are invited to a sumptuous feast in traditional Moroccan style. Fez is the place where the eye and the palate are treated to the beauty and delicacies of Morocco. While dining, you can recline on an abundance of pillows as you become a part of another culture with belly dancers dancing to authentic Moroccan music. At Fez Restaurant we bring you culinary delights prepared in the genuineradition of Moroccan culture. We serve you a variety of delightful soups, salads, and hearty entrees, and then finish off your meal with a soothing cup of sweet herbal mint tea with delicate …
701 S. 4th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147
This corner restaurant space has worn many hats, but the latest one, thanks to Shari and Kip Wade, looks like a keeper. There's a long, lively eat-in bar in front and the back is a narrow room opening onto a patio. The food is seasonal and imaginative, and the wine list, though limited, is not pricey. The crowd---which is made up of locals, but with a few suburban couples thrown in---chows down on salads of local tomatoes with fennel, or warm peaches and mascarpone; crisp fried smelts; and the house special, grilled double-smoked pork loin with orange blossom glaze. The …