Several prolific homegrown restaurateurs, along with the celebrity chefs that now call Philly home, keep foodies on their toes. Exciting eateries ope... Read More
Several prolific homegrown restaurateurs, along with the celebrity chefs that now call Philly home, keep foodies on their toes. Exciting eateries open regularly, and even at the best restaurants in Philadelphia you’ll pay less for an entree than you will in many other major U.S. cities. The better news: the creative dishes coming from these kitchens will rank among your most memorable meals.
You can’t leave town without sampling the Israeli fare from Michael Solomonov (Zahav, Dizengoff) or the first-rate Italian plates coming from the kitchens of Marc Vetri’s small restaurant empire (Pizzeria Vetri is turning out some of the best pies in the nation right now). Creative eateries like High Street on Market and Vedge are pushing the envelope with upscale diner grub and an all-vegetable menu. Before you go, know that when choosing where to eat in Philadelphia, you’re spoiled for choice.