Urban Farmer

Philadelphia
Steakhouse
$$$$

The Philly outpost of this eco-conscious steakhouse and modern bistro features bright farm-to-table fare. The dining space, located just off Logan Square, is full of eclectic tchotchkes of Americana, and the warm, welcoming environment highlights the delicate flavors on the menu. Take the grits, which come directly from Castle Valley Mill in Doylestown and are coveted by local chefs for their pure flavor and great texture. And while we’d probably eat a bowl of just the grits, Urban Farmer tops theirs with a soft poached egg, shrimp, and pulled pork.

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Located inside The Logan hotel, this modern steakhouse offers all the classics with a focus on locally sourced ingredients. French onion soup, shrimp cocktail, and other traditional steakhouse starters are on the menu alongside more inventive options like a ricotta and beet salad and a seafood mezze board with jumbo lump crab salad, salmon rillettes, and citrus-poached shrimp. For the main event, choose from options like a 18-ounce, dry-aged New York strip sourced from Pennsylvania or 14-ounce rib eye from Joyce Farms, or opt for the restaurant’s tasting menu where you’ll get six-ounce cuts of three different steaks for $75.

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Dine at Urban Farmer this Christmas Eve or Christmas Day starting at 4 pm, where you’ll have your pick of specials including Pennsylvania ham or beef rib eye, plus sides and by-the-slice desserts, including shoofly pie, apple almond crumble, and coconut custard.

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Enjoy Thanksgiving dinner with all the essentials and some innovative additions, such as squash risotto to sage-and-apple-stuffed pork loin. The three-course option is $95 per person and offers short rib gnocchi, roasted turkey, bourbon pecan tarts, housemade cranberry sauce, and more. You can also take dinner to-go with the $190 package made to feed four to six people.

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