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Fine dining in Philadelphia has never been more luxurious. In recent years, newcomers like Lacroix at the Rittenhouse, Barclay Prime and a number of new steakhouses have joined seasoned stalwarts like Le Bec Fin and the Fountain Restaurant at the Four Seasons.

Rest assured that the shining reputations and opulent atmospheres of these establishments come along with fare that is absolutely flawless.

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  • XIX (Nineteen)

    An American brasserie with a sensational view of the city

    XIX (Nineteen) at the Bellevue

    A postcard of Philadelphia won’t even begin to rival the view of the city skyline boasted by XIX, the restaurant on the nineteenth floor of the Hyatt at the Bellevue

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  • Barclay Prime

    Stephen Starr’s elegant modern steakhouse on Rittenhouse Square

    Known for its $100 cheesesteak, Barclay Prime is a Stephen Starr staple made for special occasions

    Known for its $100 cheesesteak, Barclay Prime is a Stephen Starr staple made for special occasions

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  • Lacroix at The Rittenhouse

    Enjoy a meal to remember at Lacroix, one of Philadelphia’s most distinguished restaurants

    Lacroix at The Rittenhouse

    Located on the second floor of The Rittenhouse, Lacroix features an elegant décor and a broad view of Rittenhouse Square

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  • Le Bec-Fin

    This classic spot in Philadelphia consistantly lives up to its impeccable reputation

    Le Bec-Fin

    NOW CLOSED: Famed restaurateur Georges Perrier introduced Philadelphians to fine French cuisine when he opened this upscale restaurant in the 1970s.

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  • Vetri

    One of the nation’s most acclaimed Italian restaurants

    Marc Vetri is one of the nation’s most respected chefs.

    Star chef Marc Vetri’s titular restaurant is considered one of America’s finest Italian restaurants. If you find yourself at a table here, consider yourself very lucky.

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  • Butcher & Singer

    Stephen Starr’s 1930s-era steakhouse in Rittenhouse Square

    The dining room at Butcher & Singer

    Step inside Butcher and Singer, the new, 1930s-era steakhouse by renowned restaurateur Stephen Starr, and you’ll be swept up in the sophistication of Rittenhouse Square dining at its finest.

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  • 10 Arts Bistro & Lounge

    10 Arts Bistro & Lounge in the majestic lobby space of the Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia

    10 Arts at the Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia

    Specializing in American cuisine with an emphasis on sustainable, locally grown ingredients, 10 Arts Bistro & Lounge is a sophisticated dining experience that’s both worldly and home-grown.

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  • Talula’s Table

    The hardest restaurant in America to get a reservation is also a stellar market

    Talula’s Table is both a world-class restaurant and a boutique market.

    One of the top five restaurants in the Philadelphia area doubles as a boutique market in the daytime.

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  • Volvér

    A theatrical dining experience by Chef Jose Garces at the Kimmel Center

    Two different ever-evolving tasting menus highlight seasonal and local ingredients.

    Based on Garces’ world travels, Volvér offers two distinct experiences for diners: a first-come, first-served champagne bar dubbed Bar Volvér and a ticketed dining experience with just two seatings a night.

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  • Penne Restaurant & Wine Bar

    House-made pasta and the taste of Italy

    This modern Italian restaurant and wine bar features award-winning pasta, seafood, meats and an expansive wine list. All pastas, except those that are gluten-free, are made in-house, and patrons who’d like to watch the floury magic can congregate around the so-called “pasta bar” every day during lunch.

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  • FrancoLuigi’s Pizzeria & High Note Café

    Pasta and pizza with a side of opera

    People visit the High Note Café for a side of live opera or piano with their house-made gnocchi. Owner Franco Borda (a.k.a., “The Singing Chef”) will have it no other way. This family-owned Passyunk Square restaurant serves up authentic Italian cuisine in their musical dining room and crave-worthy pizzas and sandwiches from the attached FrancoLuigi’s Pizzeria.

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  • Le Virtu

    A tasty tour of the Abruzzi table

    An impressive wine list complements the authentic Abruzzese cuisine prepared in an open kitchen. An intimate dining room and outdoor patio complete the warm and rustic atmosphere, and the seasonal menu melds local produce and meats with artisanal delicacies like honey and sheep’s milk cheeses imported from Italy’s Abruzzi region.

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  • R2L Restaurant and Lounge

    Fine dining in the skyline

    A sleek, sophisticated restaurant and private event space soaring 37 floors above the city at Two Liberty Place, R2L brings together locals and visitors alike to meet, entertain, celebrate, dine and mingle.

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  • XIX (Nineteen)

    An American brasserie with a sensational view of the city

    XIX (Nineteen) at the Bellevue

    A postcard of Philadelphia won’t even begin to rival the view of the city skyline boasted by XIX, the restaurant on the nineteenth floor of the Hyatt at the Bellevue

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  • Buddakan

    Where creativity and cachet loom large

    Buddakan

    A towering gilded statue of the Buddha generates elegant calm in this 175-seat, Pan Asian restaurant from restaurateur Stephen Starr

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  • Morimoto

    The Iron Chef’s first American restaurant

    Morimoto

    The restaurant’s namesake and head chef, Morimoto (of Food Network’s Iron Chef fame), has created a menu offering the very best in contemporary Japanese cusine. While regulars flock here for the exquisitely prepared sushi, Morimoto offers diners a broad spectrum of flavors that delve beyond nigiri and sashimi.

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  • Marigold Kitchen

    Adventurous new American cuisine

    Marigold Kitchen

    Nestled on a quiet, tree-lined block of Victorian houses in the Spruce Hill section of University City, Marigold Kitchen is one of the city’s most elegant and exciting dining destinations.

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