Dante & Luigi's

Philadelphia
Italian Restaurant
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Situated in the heart of the Italian Market district, Dante and Luigi’s opened its doors in 1899, making it among the longest continuously running Italian restaurants in the United States. The townhome once provided lodging and work to Italian immigrants upon entering the US, and today, the space still offers a welcoming ambiance and plenty of Old World charm. It also doesn’t skimp when it comes to traditional Italian cuisine, offering no less than 15 pasta dishes including Dante and Luigi’s Signature Special of gravy and meatballs, Penne alla Vodka, and Rigatoni Carbonara. The equally vast protein menu offer up classics like Osso Buco, Chicken Paillard, and Pork Milanese, to name a few.

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Dante and Luigi’s opened its doors in 1899, making it among the longest continuously running Italian restaurants in the United States. As such, the restaurant doesn’t skimp when it comes to traditional Italian cuisine, offering no fewer than 15 types of pasta dishes and comparably vast pork, lamb, filet, seafood, chicken, and veal menus. Try the tiramisu with hand-dipped ice creams for an authentic taste of the Italian classic.

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