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The 10 Most Popular Restaurants in Philadelphia

The most booked restaurants in the City of Brotherly Love

Philadelphia’s charms as a premier food and dining destination are increasingly well known — and increasingly well documented in national newspapers and magazines such as Bon Appetit, Food & Wine, The New York Times, The Washington Post, GQ and many, many others.

But which of the city's restaurants are the most popular?

Here's a list of the most booked restaurants in Philadelphia, according to OpenTable, the popular restaurant reservation website and app.

Check out which restaurants made the top 10 below and then start making your plans to visit one of Philly's most popular restaurants soon.

Note: This page was last updated on July 21, 2017.

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The Dandelion

Stephen Starr’s traditional British pub in the heart of Philadelphia

Modeled after the contemporary gastropubs in Britain, Dandelion is a cozy Stephen Starr eatery that invites Anglophiles to imbibe cask-stored pints and dine on delicious Welsh rarebit, rabbit pie and Stilton cheesecake or sticky toffee pudding. And what would a British restaurant be without afternoon tea?
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Fogo De Chao Brazilian Steakhouse

A restaurant with origins in Brazil and good eats in Philly

The authentic Fogo De Chao Brazilian Steakhouse began more than 35 years ago in Brazil and features fire-roasted meats carved table-side by gaucho chefs, gourmet salads and sides and an award-winning wine list.
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Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House

The luxury steakhouse family makes a big impression on Philly

Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House seats diners in a former bank building transformed into an impressive bi-level dining room where guests can order fine steaks and savory side dishes. A two-story wine tower at the bar acts as the centerpiece of the restaurant, and the area that was once the bank’s vault now hosts private parties.
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Buddakan

Where creativity and cachet loom large

Buddakan, Stephen Starr’s original temple of modern Asian cuisine, offers creative takes on the classics. It's known for bento box lunches, edamame and many more kinds of dumplings, a 16-foot-tall golden Buddha and a 32-seat communal table.
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