Restaurants in Pennsylvania

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Enjoy a classic clam shack experience (the clam cakes or whole bellies are the way to go) Read More

It would be hard to miss this Old City restaurant, with its colorful name-bearing banners running down the building. The relaxed 122-seater, which is co... Read More

With five locations, this fried chicken and donuts shop has become a staple of the Philly food scene. “Hot Fresh” donuts get showered in vanilla spice,... Read More

Reminiscent of a Texas barbecue joint, this Stephen Starr restaurant serves smoked meats by the pound on trays with brown paper. Enjoy brisket,... Read More

If you have a big group (10 or more), join an Amish family, the Fishers, at their farm for a family-style dinner of chicken, mashed potatoes, and... Read More

Located in Old City, this New American restaurant specializes in fresh seasonal cuisine, much of it sourced from local farms near Philadelphia. Hand... Read More

In an Old City neighborhood dominated by hoagie joints, this Market Street ice cream parlor is, by design, old school. With a make-it-from-scratch food... Read More

Known all over the world, Geno's has been a pioneer of that greasy tradition, the Philly cheesesteak, since 1966. Located at the very same South... Read More

Favorite local chef Eli Kulp elevates bakery and diner fare at this new destination in Old City. Breakfast pleases all palates with items such as the... Read More

With locations in two of Philadelphia's hippest neighborhoods, this popular brunch spot always has a line. It’s worth the wait for Southern and Jewish... Read More

Located in the Fairmount neighborhood of the Art Museum District, this former 19th-century firehouse serves dressed-up, country-style food. Chef-owner... Read More

Energetic New American Read More

A member of Steven Starr's ever-expanding restaurant empire (which includes more than two dozen eateries on the East Coast), this Center City restaurant... Read More

Knoebels is also notable for some of the most inventive theme-park food in America, including peanut butter and jelly milkshakes and deep-fried brownies. Read More

Chef Georges Perrier opened Le Bec-Fin in 1970, growing the restaurant to be one of the finest French dining rooms in the United States. Diners&mdash... Read More

Serving authentic Abruzzese meals in South Philadelphia, Le Virtu cooks up Italian food that stands out in a city filled with it. Homemade pastas... Read More

Meant for “open-minded, convivial Philadelphians,” this shop has two locations and uses Pennsylvania ingredients to make small-batch ice cream in... Read More

This Center City restaurant serves contemporary Mexican cuisine and invites customers to BYOT — where the "T" stands for tequila. The space... Read More

This British-style pub in the Art Museum District offers indoor and (in season) outdoor seating. Placed along a solarium-style wall of glass and brick,... Read More

Housed on the first two floors of a 1907 Victorian mansion, this University City restaurant is well-loved for its BYOB policy and its ever-changing menu... Read More

Just a few blocks from Rittenhouse Square, this neighborhood eatery serves New American dishes that are both inventive and affordable. The 55-seat... Read More

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