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  • Amada

    Iron Chef Jose Garces’ first Philadelphia restaurant

    Amada by Iron Chef Jose Garces

    At Old City’s Amada, chef Jose Garces has created the city’s grandest tapas restaurant, complete with a wall of wooden sangria casks, cured hams and cheeses hanging over the main bar and a menu that ranges from traditional — tortilla espanola, Spanish olives, warm fava bean salad — to edgy — foie gras flatbreads and artichoke and spinach empanadas.

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  • Atyia Ola’s Spirit First Foods

    Relaxing vegan cafe on Baltimore Avenue

    This cozy cafe entices people with nutritional goodness, including fresh juices, sandwiches and raw vegan and vegetarian options. For those who’d like sit and sip, there’s free wireless Internet access.

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  • B2

    A locally loved coffee shop with a simple menu

    Like its nearby big sister Benna’s, this local coffee shop features fresh juices, loose teas, pastries and a simple sandwich selection, along with free Wi-Fi and monthly rotating work from local artists on the walls. Vegans delight in the soy soft serve.

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  • Baan Thai

    Currying flavor

    This friendly, family-owned Thai restaurant has built a loyal neighborhood following thanks to its cheap and hearty traditional fare.

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  • Black N Brew

    Coffee, yes, plus smoothies, sweets and veg-friendly cafe fare

    Smoothies, coffees and sweets complement a full, vegetarian-friendly breakfast and lunch menu at this cozy and family-friendly Passyunk staple, easily recognized by the mosaic art that covers the cafe. Happy hour means dollar cups of joe from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. on weekdays.

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  • Blackbird Pizzeria

    Pies for the vegan set

    An operation completely free of animal products, Blackbird specializes in takeout fare — pizzas, sandwiches, wings, fries — so rarely available to those who practice a vegan diet.

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  • Ekta Indian Cuisine

    A naan lovers delight

    Vegetarians and meat eaters alike find a lot to love at this Indian bring-your-own-bottle (BYOB) restaurant.

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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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  • Figs

    Flavors of the Mediterranean

    Still a relatively well-kept neighborhood secret, this cozy corner BYOB dishes out Mediterranean food in an authentic Moroccan setting.

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  • Govinda’s

    A true institution for Philly vegetarians

    Featuring both a fast food-ish takeout area and a sit-down restaurant, Govinda’s is a true institution for Philly vegetarians.

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  • Grindcore House

    Rock out to heavy metal tunes, coffee and vegan treat in hand

    Grab a cup of fair trade coffee at Grindcore House in Pennsport.

    This all-vegan, metal music-themed coffee house delivers fair-trade coffee and an extensive cafe menu.

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  • Gunners Run

    Casual eats and plenty of outdoor seats

    Vegetarians and vegans can accompany their meat-eating friends to this casual spot, named for the natural creek that originally bordered the neighborhood.

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  • Interstate Draft House

    The road ends here with a burger and a brew

    Chow down on alligator and beef chili, grilled seitan tips and burgers topped with applewood bacon and mac and cheese at this Southwest-inspired eatery.

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  • King of Tandoor

    Casual, comfortable Indian BYOB

    KoT doesn’t limit itself by region, serving a mix of straight-up South Asian options in a casual BYO setting.

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  • La Calaca Feliz

    Elevated, crowd-pleasing Mexican fare

    Boasting muraled walls, this Sibling of Fort Washington’s Cantina Feliz serves modern Mexican cuisine and pours a few dozen tequilas.

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  • La.Va Cafe

    A neighborhood cafe anchoring the corner of 21st and South

    Coffee shop by day, BYOB by night, this comfortable venue serves Israeli-style treats along with pastries and coffees.

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  • Lemon Grass Thai Restaurant

    Reasonable prices and extraordinary flavors

    Imaginative Thai dishes alongside creative drinks and a reasonably priced lunch make this simply decorated restaurant a West Philly hotspot. Customers end their meals with fun ice cream flavors, including coconut, ginger, green tea and mango.

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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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  • Llama Tooth

    Eclectic home for comforting foods

    The mural-clad outdoor patio and huge menu of bottled microbrews at eclectic bistro Llama Tooth caters to the pre-club crowds, while the unpretentious kitchen (barbecue pork mac and cheese, turkey meatloaf and veggie burgers) has an everyman appeal.

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  • Loco Pez

    One taste and you’ll join the Pez Heads

    Loco Pez

    Patrons at this Mexican gastropub swear by the 10 kinds of tacos (carne asada, seitan and spinach, chorizo and potato) offered as low-priced singles, encouraging eaters to try as many varieties as they can.

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  • Manakeesh Cafe

    A wide variety of Middle Eastern eats

    A lively hangout and meeting place for locals, Manakeesh specializes in the oven-puffed, pizza-esque Lebanese flatbreads that give the cafe its name. They also hawk a wide variety of Middle Eastern eats and sweets, including some of the best baklava and ma’moul (shortbread date cookies) you’ve ever had. Vegan and gluten-free platters pack the evening menu, and crepes, fresh fruit juice and smoothies turn morning into a delicious trip to Beirut.

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  • Maoz Falafel

    Calling all fried chickpea lovers

    The South Street outpost of this Dutch chain does a mean (and cheap) falafel-and-fries combo, and it’s open super-late on weekends when you need that post-last call pita in your life.

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  • Mizu Sushi Bar

    Sushi that is a cut above

    Trained sushi chefs use only the freshest ingredients to make their high-quality maki, nigiri, salads and soups.

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  • Mood Cafe

    Major masala

    An offshoot of a West Philly favorite in the ground floor of the 444 building, Mood does chaat, tandoori barbecue and all manner of other Indian-American specialties.

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  • New Delhi

    Philadelphia’s oldest Indian restaurant

    Established in 1988, it’s the oldest Indian restaurant in the city.

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  • Pho Cafe Saigon

    A bowl full of flavor

    Inexpensive pho and Vietnamese entrees entice people at this understated restaurant.

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  • Prohibition Taproom

    The neighborhood eat-easy

    The owners of Café Lift branched out into the gastropub scene with their rehabbed taproom, outfitted with retro-funky black leather barstools, filament bulb lighting fixtures and a killer jukebox.

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  • Rocket Cat Cafe

    Take off with locally roasted coffee and made-to-order food

    What else could one want from a coffee shop besides delicious vegan and non-vegan foods, a cool atmosphere and, of course, locally roasted, fair trade, organic coffee?

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  • Royal Tavern

    Amazing bar fare and a great jukebox make this a South Philly favorite

    Royal Tavern

    Holding court in a former South Philly Italian restaurant, the Royal Tavern is a jukebox- and food-fueled establishment that’s grown to become a neighborhood favorite.

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