1 Logan Square Four Seasons Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA 19103
Swann Lounge is located within the luxurious premises of Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia. The menu here includes the 'Smoked Trout', 'Hummus Croquette Feta Cheese' or the 'Australian Lamb Au Poivre' in rich Cognac Sauce. Brunches are sumptuous which can be followed by an afternoon tea. Cocktails are well-prepared and delicious desserts just keep coming. The indoor seating accommodates 82 people and the ambiance spills French-American luxury to the fullest.
Bridget Foy's success story is better heard from the frequent diners who vouch for everything this restaurant offers-meals, service and waiting staff. A delectable menu consisting of soups, salads and the main course that includes the likes of wholesome Meatloaf and juicy Pork Tenderloin, is prepared with exuberant care. A modest yet impressive list of wines is available to pick accompaniments. Take your love to Bridget Foy's, a step further by organizing your next party here. Full catering and bar service is bound to make your party worth remembering. Moreover, this eatery hosts food events, much awaited by all the food lovers of the town.
99 South 17th Street Westin Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA 19103
City Grange provides a wonderful marriage of fine cuisine and environmental consciousness. Enjoy exotically prepared local ingredients and take comfort in the knowledge that you are truly eating healthily. Eating out can be guilt-free!
This French café is a wonderful delight that offers food and the best French atmosphere. Indicated by its name, la Creperie offers a variety of crepes from les Savoureuses (seafood delight) to les Rebelle (Revolutionary). The rebelle crepes are good for the adventurous or those who want to get away from the usual French crepes with jambon et ouefs (ham and eggs). On Sundays, the café offers a delightful brunch which features French omelets. Also, do not leave la Creperie Café without trying some of the famous French desserts - a small but nice mix of traditional sweets including creme brulée. If you want to practice your French while enjoying a cup of café au lait or try crepes, La Creperie Café is the place to go.
The rum is never gone at the Rum Bar lounge. Over 80 kinds of rum, an astonishing array of other spirits, and a knowledgeable bartending staff bring you a great place for groups, to party or just relax. And with a nice variety of hot and cold Caribbean-style tapas, you won't go hungry either. Located about four blocks south of Market street, it's an easy walk to and from public transit. Eye-patches and peg-legs welcome.
1835 Arch Street Corner of 19th & Arch Philadelphia, PA 19103
The Mission Grill is a great place for lunch or dinner if you're in the mood for an upscale American Southwest cuisine experience. Wonderfully accommodating for corporate events or other large gatherings, the Mission Grill offers a broad selection of wines to compliment its menu. Or you can drop by after work for a cocktail. Whatever the reason for your visit, the staff is friendly and quick, ensuring that you'll have a great time.
Located close to South Street, this local coffee shop is well-known for it's quality coffee and teas in addition to it's selection of sandwiches, salads, and smoothies. Customers have the option of relaxing on the couch or one of the many wood tables and chairs. The dimly lit interior along with the red and brick walls and alternative rock playing over the stereo make this a favorite place for Philadelphia's younger set. All of the coffee and teas sold at Red Hook are fair trade and the owners purchase organic and local products whenever possible.
Sometimes it can be hard to find a good polka show in a strange town. There are polka evenings at least once a week at Cannstatter Volksfest-Verein, with visiting and local accordion virtuosos. The food, as one might expect, runs towards sausages and blintzes. On Fridays, Senior Citizens enjoy discounted lunch. Polish, German and American holidays are celebrated with a festival with more food, more activities for the entire family and, of course, more accordions. Ample parking for guests and handicapped access. Catering facilities and Modern Picnic Grove accommodate 25 to 3,000 people - perfect for weddings, company parties or birthdays.
A hidden wonder is located in what is known to locals as Little Korea. Kim's BBQ is a Korean Barbecue which does a fantastic job at bringing a art of Korea to the North Philadelphia area. Kim's BBQ has lots of meats you can BBQ right at your table in addition to a variety of side dishes. Make no mistake, your table will be filled from traditional sides dishes such as Kim Chee and other meats you choose to BBQ. You can order meats which come marinated in special sauces. Kim's BBQ also has dishes like Korean hot pots and special fish soup. And no experience at Kim's would be complete without a bottle of soju to wash your food down.
Cake which sits in an old flower shop, is popular among the locals. It's the perfect place to head to for a lazy morning of coffee and cake with your friends. The space is bright and airy, and the exposed brick walls give it a trendy, rustic feel. On weekends it fills up with a mixture of people ranging from soccer moms and children, to trendy hipsters reading Hemingway. The menu has your basic cafe fare, like soups and salads to omelettes and hot sandwiches. They have a nice selection of teas and coffees, all of which are served in large, thick mugs. But the very best think about Cake, is well, their cakes. They have a wide assortment of flavors, colors and types, so theres something to satisfy the sweet tooth in everyone.
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