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  • Ardmore Farmers’ Market

    20 vendors offering fresh produce, meats, seafood, baked goods and ready-to-eat meals

    The Ardmore Farmers Market, located at the Suburban Square shopping center, features some 20 vendors selling fresh produce, meats and seafood.

    The Ardmore Farmers Market, located at the Suburban Square shopping center, features some 20 vendors selling everything from fresh produce, meats and seafood to baked goods and ready-to-eat meals.

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  • Di Bruno Bros.

    A glistening specialty food emporium providing a veritable feast for the senses

    Cheesecave at the Chestnut Street Di Bruno Bros.

    The Di Bruno Bros. specialty store on Chestnut Street is an absolute must-see if you appreciate food. At all. Seriously. This place is very close to a boutique foodies heaven.

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  • Di Bruno Bros. – Ardmore

    A slice of Philadelphia foodie heaven in Ardmore Farmers’ Market

    Di Bruno Bros. Delaware County location is in the popular Ardmore Farmers' Market.

    Two-hundred-pound wheels of cheese, hanging provolones, legs of prosciutto and more are what visitors can expect at the Delaware County location of Philadelphia’s Di Bruno Bros. in the Ardmore Farmers Market in Suburban Square. Since 2011, Di Bruno Bros., which specializes in international specialties and prepared foods, has operated a successful location out of Ardmore. Fresh mozzarella is made on the premises, small cooking demonstrations allow for culinary presentations by both Di Bruno’s chefs and visiting chefs and wine, beer and cheese pairings and tastings at the Ardmore Farmers Market location.

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  • Emerald Street Urban Farm Project

    An impressive example of urban redevelopment

    The owners of this neighborhood-run urban farm/garden turned five vacant lots into an impressive production.

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  • Esposito’s Meats

    Italian Market butcher shop serving Philadelphia for more than a century

    Esposito's Meats has been serving the Italian Market for over 100 years.

    For more than 100 years, Esposito’s has been providing high-quality meats to the region from the Italian Market.

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  • Fare

    Organic, healthy cusine enables dining with a clear conscience

    Dedicated to healthy, organic and local food, Fare’s dinner, lunch and brunch menus contain small plates, salads and main courses sure to keep a clear conscience.

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  • Farmicia

    Delicious, organic cuisine in Old City

    Farmicia

    A green-thumbed tribute to sustainable cuisine in the heart of Old City

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  • Fork

    A stylish New American bistro and Old City anchor

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    A stylish New American bistro and Old City anchor

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  • Green Eggs Café
    Northern Liberties

    Plus ham, biscuits, pancakes and more

    Enter yet another South Philly eatery now serving up its eco-conscious and delicious breakfast, lunch and brunch specials north of Spring Garden.

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  • Green Eggs Cafe – Midtown Village

    Eco-conscious fare with something for everyone

    Enjoy a hearty start to the day at Green Eggs Cafe in Midtown Village.

    Midtown Village is the home of the city’s third location of this popular breakfast, brunch and lunch spot.

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  • Green Line Cafe

    Organic coffee and locally sourced fare in two Spruce Hill locations

    Owned by an artist and her brother-in-law, all three Green Line and its two sister locations serve only organic, free trade-certified coffee and locally sourced sodas and food. Plus, the artwork on the walls changes frequently and is always for sale.

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  • Greensgrow Farms

    A nationally recognized leader in urban farming

    Greensgrow, which grows food and flowers on land that as once deemed unusable, serves the local community through school tours and lessons on hydroponics, composting and raising bees.

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  • Headhouse Farmers Market

    A seasonal destination for farm-fresh groceries al fresco

    Held every Sunday beneath the historic Headhouse Shambles, The Food Trust’s largest weekly farmers market also happens to be its most popular and well-attended. Look for a rotating roster of food trucks in addition to local vendors.

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  • High Street on Market

    Freshly made artisanal breads and seasonal ingredients from the team behind Fork

    The house-baked breads of High Street on Market.

    Since opening in the fall of 2013, High Street on Market by the team from Fork has garnered praise for serving high-quality fare and innovative baked goods.

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  • Honey’s Sit ‘n Eat

    Breakfast and lunch comfort fare comes to Graduate Hosptial

    Honey's Sit 'n Eat

    This Honey’s is the second Honey’s location. The original location opened in Northern Liberties in 2005, and has basically been overflowing for breakfast and lunch service at 4th and Brown ever since.

    The new location has pretty much the same menu as the original — look out for delicious favorites like Challah French Toast, Brisket Soft Tacos, Fried Green Tomatoes, Country Fried Steak, Patty Melts, Milkshakes and a lot more — but the new location is larger than the original, so we’re hoping the waits on weekends won’t be as long.

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  • Indeblue

    Fresh, modern Indian cuisine in Midtown Village

    Chicken korma at Indeblue in Midtown Village.

    Located in Philadelphia’s popular Midtown Village neighborhood, Indeblue a plush bistro/bar serving freshly conceived modern Indian cuisine.

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  • JG Domestic

    Garces goes homegrown

    J.G. Domestic in the Cira Centre

    Jose Garces takes a decidedly American approach at the aptly named JG Domestic, his creative, whimsical eatery in the Cira Centre.

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  • Johnny Brenda’s

    Delicious food + great beer + live music = a Fishtown landmark

    Johnny Brenda's

    Located at the intersection of Frankford and Girard Avenues on the southern tip of Fishtown, Johnny Brenda’s is, at once, the catalyst, champion, living room, kitchen/dining room and concert hall of its neighborhood.

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  • Kraftwork

    Local food, international brews

    This sleek restaurant/bar pours an astounding 25 draught beers from around the world, plus specialty cocktails and wines.

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  • Leotah’s Place Coffeehouse

    Friendly place to sip back and relax

    The owners of Leotah’s set out to create a friendly environment and brew an affordable cup of coffee, and they’ve delivered.

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  • Little Baby’s Ice Cream

    Ice cream is a feeling

    Little Baby's storefront on Frankford Ave.

    Specializing in handmade, premium ice cream made from locally sourced ingredients, Little Baby’s quickly developed a major fan base in the city and beyond.

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  • Mariposa Food Co-op

    Market fresh and locally sourced

    A cooperative owned and governed by its customers, Mariposa stocks and distributes local and sustainable products and engages in community nutrition education in Cedar Park.

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  • Matyson (PERMANENTLY CLOSED)

    A delightful American BYOB off Rittenhouse Square

    Matyson got its name when the owners combined the first syllable from each of their names, Matthew and Sonjia. Matthew is the head chef while Sonja is the pastry chef. Together, they turn out contemporary American cuisine that is consistently rated as some of the best in Center City.

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  • Mercato

    A former market comes back to life

    Mercato BYOB

    Located in what used to be a neighborhood corner market, Mercato — which means “market” in Italian — expands on its namesake theme by emphasizing fresh, local ingredients in its contemporary Italian menu.

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  • Metropolitan Bakery

    Home of homemade carbohydrate delights

    In addition to selling more than 30 varieties of homemade breads, the retail shop offers freshly roasted coffees, fine loose teas, English and local jams and American artisan cheeses.

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  • Milk and Honey Market

    Farm-to-market convenience

    Truly a convenience store for the 21st century, Milk & Honey focuses on locally produced foods, farm-fresh produce, sustainably raised meats and imported cheeses and charcuterie.

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  • Nomad Pizza

    An itinerant pizzeria puts down roots off of South Street

    Born of a food truck (which was born of a $10,000 wood oven used at home, embedded in a vintage REO Speedwagon), this simple, upscale pizzeria has a pies-first focus. Aficionados have fallen for Nomad’s airy Neapolitan-style pizzas, normally preceded by crisp salads, washed down by hoppy ales, and, on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday evenings, accompanied by free movies.

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  • Pub & Kitchen

    Quality pub fare and cold craft beers since 2008

    Pub & Kitchen

    For more than six years, Pub & Kitchen one of Philadelphia’s quintessential restaurants for quality dishes, craft beers and elevated brunch offerings.

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  • Pumpkin

    One of the best BYOBs in the neighborhood

    Local and seasonal ingredients play a major role in Pumpkin’s cuisine, so it’s no surprise the menu of this relaxed New American establishment changes constantly — all without compromising value.

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  • Pumpkin Market

    A small neighborhood market serving delicious sandwiches alongside locally sourced produce, cheese and breads

    Down the street from its restaurant counterpart, Pumpkin Market offers an assortment of sandwiches, smoothies and soups and sources much of its meat, produce and dairy from local farms and families.

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