Enjoy a breathtaking view of the Philadelphia skyline with your meal
Docked permanently at Penn’s Landing on the Delaware River Waterfront, the Moshulu is a restaurant that deserves a spot on your must-visit list. A Philadelphia landmark, the Moshulu is world’s oldest and largest four-masted Tall Ship.
Enjoy contemporary American cuisine in a memorable setting as the Moshulu’s dining rooms and outdoor decks take full advantage of the unparalleled views of the city skyline and waterfront.
During the summer months, enjoy alfresco cocktails and dining on the ship’s upper decks or Bongo Bar. During the winter, the heated tented decks play host for many special events and parties.
The menu features delectable, award-winning contemporary American cuisine by Chef Anthony Bonett who uses the freshest, local ingredients available paired with an extensive wine list hand selected by Sommelier, Dusan Vranic. For dessert, indulge in sweets baked by Executive Pastry Chef Sandy Valentine or take home a box of artisan chocolates.
The menu changes often, however some highlights include house made sushi, charcuterie featuring local cheese, a “seafood plateau” with a beautiful display of jumbo shrimp cocktail, a daily selection of oysters, lobster and tuna tartare. Entrees include steaks, blue cheese and bacon crusted swordfish and a blackened tuna steak burger.
Top off your meal with their signature dessert the “Moshulu S’more” featuring a sepia chocolate torte, house made graham cracker and topped with a smoked salted ice cream.
Every Sunday, the Jazz Brunch Buffet features a grand selection of more than 45 items including breakfast and lunch dishes, a raw bar and house made pastries and miniature desserts set to the calm sounds of jazz on the grand piano. Additional specialty entrees and specialty cocktails are available.
Each year, the Moshulu opens the Bongo Bar and on the ship’s upper decks for alfresco cocktails and dining during the summer.
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