a mano philly
Jason Varney

A Mano

Italian Restaurant

This cash-only corner BYOB in Fairmount serves house-made pastas and other Italian fare curated into minimalist, three-course menus. Beautiful wooden tables, a long banquette, and an open kitchen give A Mano a modern feel, and a mostly local crowd adds a sense of familiarity to the ambience. The menu is hyper-seasonal, tending to draw from Northern Italy in the winter and Southern Italy when it gets warmer.

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An intimate BYOB restaurant that’s a classic spot for a simply perfect date. A Mano keeps things simple with a four-course menu served family-style, which means everything that comes out will be ideal for sharing with your love. If you and your date can overcome a battle over who gets the last bite of burrata, that’s all the proof you need that you’ve got a love that will last.

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Chef and restaurateur Townsend Wentz’s charming hideaway, A Mano, draws diners with a small but mighty menu of antipasti, primi, and secondi courses (plus a BYOB policy). The eatery delves into seasonal fare inspired by different regions of Italy, all grounded in the art of being made a mano—or by hand. In addition to a la carte menu items like burrata, scallop crudo, and braised pork shank, the four-course Abbondanza menu is served family-style for $65 per person.

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