Sancho Pistola's
Bourbon & Branch
Hai Street Kitchen & Co. US
Flat Iron
Cafe Ynez
Society Hill Society
The Treemont
Previous Venue Next Venue Venue Description
1. Volvér 300 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19102

Located in the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, Volvér provides a certain culinary artistry of its own. Its cocktails are inarguably imaginative, making use of everything from pink peppercorn and beet sugar to basil and nectarine shrubs. The drink menu has separate sections for seasonal cocktails, and for the variety of house-crafted and classic drinks served at the wide, circular bar year round. The seating beyond the bar itself is dark and plush, organized around small round tables, while expansive murals cover most of the available wall space. The chefs prepare a number of small plates and upscale snacks -- American caviar, foie gras and eclectic charcuterie -- as quick, light fare for theatre-goers en route to their chosen performances.

Previous Venue Next Venue Venue Description
2. Sancho Pistola's 19 W Girard Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19123

Firing up tacos like spicy tuna with guac and red onions, plus mains like Red Tail Bass with tempura-battered pickled red cabbage, chipotle aioli & cilantro, this Mexican eatery won't let you go thirsty, with 10 beers on tap and a whole mess of tequilas and mescals.

Previous Venue Next Venue Venue Description
3. Mamou 102 S 13th St, Philadelphia, PA 19107

Mamou brings rustic Louisiana country to Philly through Executive Chef Paul Martin's Cajun menu. It's got everything from oyster shots to Mama Kat't gumbo to Confit rabbit nuggets.

Previous Venue Next Venue Venue Description
4. Bourbon & Branch 705 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19123

B&B features beer and pub fare with a fancy twist: think banh mi sliders, tikka masala mussels, etc, plus classics like fried pickles and mac-n-cheese.

Previous Venue Next Venue Venue Description
5. Lolita 106 S 13th St, Philadelphia, PA 19107

Lolita is back with authentic tasting Mexican corn, habanero margaritas, the best guac in the city. They've also got pretty much every taco you can imagine -- from shrimp to fish to pulled pork to fried chicken.

Previous Venue Next Venue Venue Description
6. Hai Street Kitchen & Co. 32 S 18th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103

If you've never been to a Japanese burrito bar, then get ready for a Subway-style build your own sandwich concept -- but with sushi. Try the fresh Slammin Salmon, shrimp tempura roll with pickled mango, cabbage, pepper teriyaki.

Previous Venue Next Venue Venue Description
7. Flat Iron 26 East Oregon Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148

Flat Iron has many faces -- it's a dance party and music venue at night, a sports bar during games, and a place to bring your friends to eat during the day. It's got a great menu that includes gluten-free options too.

Previous Venue Next Venue Venue Description
8. Cafe Ynez 2025 Washington Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19146

Cafe Ynez is a breakfast, lunch, and dinner Mexican joint in Point Breeze that is BYOB. We are huge fans of their diverse brunch menu and authentic Mexican dinner entrees, and locals love their fun and festive atmosphere. Cafe Ynez frequently tops our must-eat in Philly lists, and you will know why as soon as you take your first bite.

Previous Venue Next Venue Venue Description
9. Society Hill Society 400 S 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19147

Reed Barrow’s SHS is all Americana, with a mean hamburger and a killer apple-braised pork belly with ham consommé. Bypass the cocktail list and tell the bartenders what flavor you're in the mood for and they'll whip up something just for you.

Previous Venue Next Venue Venue Description
10. The Treemont 231 South 15th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

Chip Roman brings dry-aged Berkshire pork chops, chickpea fritters, deviled eggs with duck confit to Center City. Plus, there's happy hour every day (except Saturday) from 5-7pm.

Previous Venue Next Venue Venue Description
11. High Street on Market 308 Market St, Philadelphia, PA 19106

You’ve never had bread quite like the ancient grains, roasted potato, or anadama on grill at High Street on Market. The New American haunt in Old City centers its menu on local grains, which High Street refines and finesses at the crack of dawn each day into the stuff of sandwiches, pastries, and pastas that bedeck the breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus. For lunch, it is sinful to miss out on the smoky and briny pastrami on rye, dressed with cabbage slaw, Russian dressing, and Gulden’s mustard. Opt for the pastas at dinner; they’re decidedly un-Italian and, therefore, entirely unforgettable.