Chris Sembrot

Bistro Romano, Philadelphia

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Walk into this Society Hill bistro with its open beam ceilings, hearth-brick walls, candle-lit wooden booths, and soft Italian music for a taste of not-so-brotherly love. Housed in a 200-year-old granary, the restaurant effortlessly melds history and romance: the opulent bar was salvaged from the circa-1912 luxury liner City of Detroit III, and the wine cellar that used to serve as an underground tunnel is now a private dining enclave with one table for two. bistroromano.com —Sarah Storms

America's Most Romantic Restaurants

Bistro Romano, Philadelphia

Walk into this Society Hill bistro with its open beam ceilings, hearth-brick walls, candle-lit wooden booths, and soft Italian music for a taste of not-so-brotherly love. Housed in a 200-year-old granary, the restaurant effortlessly melds history and romance: the opulent bar was salvaged from the circa-1912 luxury liner City of Detroit III, and the wine cellar that used to serve as an underground tunnel is now a private dining enclave with one table for two. bistroromano.com —Sarah Storms

Chris Sembrot

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