Enjoy Caribbean dishes with an American flair at this friendly restaurant. The decor captures a whimsical seaside atmosphere with shades of blues and colorful accents. Try crab 'n curry friend rice for a great twist on a classic dish, and you don't forget to order a side of plantains. Visit the upstairs lounge for tasty cocktails, great music and lively dancing. However, if you're heading to the lounge make sure you dress to impress since there is a dress code.
Located in the heart of Philadelphia, the aptly named Green Eggs cafe is the new nature-friendly breakfast and brunch eatery on the block. Their Creme Brulee French Toast has almost become its own brand and for something meatier, diners can always try the Chicken & Waffles Benedict special. Their scrambles made from egg or tofu and freshly brewed coffee are what makes the spot so popular. A consistent feature is the generous proportions which means you can always share a meal. The restaurant grows its own ingredients at its rooftop garden and also ensures that all of its waste is composted. Diners are urged to come early in the morning for the best breakfast experience.
Savor comfort food favorites in a relaxed cafe-style ambiance at this little restaurant in Rittenhouse Square. The breakfast menu is available all day and offers such favorites as sausage and egg brioche, smoked fish plate as well as a selection of bagels and egg creations. Other options on the menu include hearty salads and sandwiches as well as a choice of pizzas. The Miles Burger is a menu favorite and worth a try. The kitchen firmly believes in local sourcing and utilizes seasonal ingredients for its the delectable creations. The atmosphere inside is unpretentious and ideal when meeting up with friends. Check website for more.
With a diverse menu of small plates and a talented kitchen team executing it, this East Passyunk watering hole appeals to those who like a bit of refinement to their bar bites. Whiskeys and wines are stars of the spirit list, with restrained, but high quality choices. Apart from this, the bar offers cocktails as well as a rotating selection of craft beers. Beyond the cheese plate and oysters, Stateside offers a delectable choice of small plates like bison tartare, Kampachi Crudo, foie gras torchon and bourbon glazed pork belly. Apart from this, there's also a choice of entrees like roasted poulet, pan seared duck breast and Angolotti. Check website for more.
Located in Passyunk Square, Stogie Joe's Tavern offers a range of comfort food such as sandwiches, pizzas, strombolis, pastas, etc. The restaurant has an unpretentious environment, perfect to watch a game or enjoy a few drinks with friends. Locals recommend the pepperoni and cheese stromboli, the meatball sandwich as well as the roast pork sandwich. The dishes go well with a glass of craft beer or a cocktail, which are well-priced here. Having warm service and a relaxing ambience, Stogie Joe's Tavern is where you spend an enjoyable evening with your pals.
Formerly known as a tavern , the Ship Inn was a beautiful amalgamation of the Georgian and Federal architectural styles that was spread over 1.2 acres (0.49 ha) of land. This structure that originally housed a tavern was in operation until 1854. Later, in the 20th Century, one saw an evolution of a restaurant in this structure. With the amazing food and the ambiance of the place, this restaurant came to be well known among the people and tourists for some lovely meals. This structure hit the registers of the National Historic Places in the year 1984.
A venture between restaurateur Stephen Starr and award-winning chef Peter Serpico, this Queen Village restaurant lives up to its big-name hype. The menu is inspired by the seasons and utilizes the freshest produce to offer such creations as Beef Consomme, Caper Brined Trout, Wagyu Chuck Flap and Egg Custard and Caviar. The restrained dessert menu offers just four specialties, and includes Yuzu Curd and Toasted Apple Cake. The wine list is fairly diverse and offers excellent pairing options. The striking restaurant interiors feature a bold black scheme, with the walls acting as boards for menu items. A shiny open-plan kitchen sits at one end of the room, while on the other end, is a bar, where you can enjoy cocktails. Check website for more.
The Bayou seems to be more of a gutted townhouse than a tavern. The first floor ceiling, covered by pinned-up dollar bills, hovers over the 40-foot bar as barkeeps distribute their potables. Upstairs, a smaller bar room also purveys drinks at reasonable prices. Beer, wine and spirits are served with appetizers, sandwiches and munchies. Yuengling bottles (a popular local beer) are a good bargain. In season, they have a special on Maryland crabs by the dozen.
BYOB (Bring Your Own Bottle) and enjoy some vintage jazz and sultry blues. Cafette's offers a great selection of salads and sandwiches, including a deliciously light spinach salad with fresh spinach leaves, mushrooms, onions, hard-boiled eggs and a savory sweet and spicy salad dressing. If you want something a little heavier, treat yourself to a Friday night feast of Southern fried chicken and mashed potatoes. Cafette is also child-friendly.
Savor the elegance of Northern Africa as you dine on a Moroccan feast. Although an ala carte menu is served during the rest of the week, the weekend is reserved for traditional meals of meat, couscous, salad, fresh fruit, Moroccan pastries and other delicacies. Couscous, a traditional Moroccan favorite, is featured on the menu. Couscous is freshly steamed semolina grain that is seasoned and served with a variety of vegetables. Friday and Saturday nights also feature live belly dancing. You'll become part of this exciting culture as you recline on large pillows and listen to authentic Moroccan music.
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