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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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  • 12 Steps Down

    A straight-up subterranean pub

    A dozen stairs below ground, this drinkers’ pub inhabits the northern tip of the Italian Market. Three beers on tap—one microbrew, one big-name, one low-priced—and a rock-stocked jukebox aim to please patrons on all types of budgets.

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  • 1225 Raw Sushi & Sake Lounge

    Innovative Asian cuisine and a sizzling dance floor

    1225 Raw Sushi & Sake Lounge

    Located in Philadelphia’s original Stetson Hat Company building, Raw exudes the hip charm of the Washington Square area.

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  • 2nd Street Brewhouse

    Stay awhile on Two Street

    Mom-and-pop tap houses abound down on Two Street, so the Brewhouse decided to do something a little different — its comfy-chair feel encourages drinkers to stay awhile and taste through their always-rotating selection of a dozen drafts.

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  • A Full Plate Café

    Leave with a full stomach

    Fried chicken and waffles isn’t an entrée usually associated with a health-conscious menu, but co-owners Shannon Dougherty and Liz Petersen spin this and other classics into a guilt-free good time.

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  • Abbaye

    Local hangout with delicious dishes and craft brews

    Living up to the neighborhood standard, the Abbaye boasts a fine draught and bottle beer list to satisfy the thirsty locals.

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  • Abner’s Cheesesteaks

    Old-school Philly cheesesteaks

    A campus stalwart for more than 20 years, Abner’s enjoys such lasting popularity that it actually ships its real-deal steaks to former University City students and residents throughout the country. They also offer pizza, stromboli, sandwiches and more until the wee hours of the morning.

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  • Abyssinia Restaurant & Bar

    Favorite spot for signature Ethopian cuisine

    Abyssinia is a long-time favorite of Spruce Hill residents fond of the singular spices and textures of Ethiopian and Eritrean cuisine. Abyssinia cooks up savory and authentic Ethiopian cuisine in a neighborhood packed with African dining destinations. The native Tusker Lager beer complements tasty vegetarian and meat-based entrees served on traditional injera bread.

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  • Adobe Cafe

    Southwestern supping in South Philly

    This Southwest-style, vegetarian-friendly abode features house-made sangria, generous happy hour specials and karaoke every Saturday night. Sports enthusiasts practically get a front-row seat to the game from any spot at the U-shaped bar.

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  • Alla Spina

    Italian for beer

    The delicious burger at Alla Spina.

    Negronis on tap, rare Italian craft beers and innovative bar food done up how only Marc Vetri can (mortadella hot dogs! veal milanese hoagies!) are just part of what to expect from one of Philly’s best beer-centric restaurants.

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  • Allegro Pizza

    Gourmet pizza right by campus

    Gourmet pizzas—from Neapolitan to Sicilian—may be their specialty, but Allegro also takes pride in its hearty breakfast sandwiches, pancakes and egg dishes. On nice days, the terrace makes for a pleasant place to enjoy one of the 150 different bottles of local and imported beer.

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  • Alma De Cuba

    Stephen Starr tips his hat to chic Cuban cuisine

    Alma De Cuba

    Meet for a few drinks at the popular first floor bar, where classic Cuban cocktails such as mojitos and daiquiris flow freely.

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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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  • Angelino’s Restaurant & Pizzeria

    Bring your own bottle and down Italian comfort food

    Those with a craving for pasta with homemade sauce, oven-baked pizzas, fresh sandwiches and a neighborhood atmosphere go to this bring-your-own-bottle (BYOB) shop.

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  • Anthony’s Italian Coffee & Chocolate House

    Espresso for Italo-philes

    If you like your cafes with a strong Italian accent, visit Anthony’s, which offers panini, sweets and from-scratch gelato in addition to killer espresso drinks.

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  • Ants Pants Cafe

    A breakfast, lunch and brunch eatery on South Street West that now also serves dinner

    This Australian-inspired cafe dishes out sumptuous breakfast options (served all day long) as well as a collection of Aussie drinks and sweet potato fries that keep diners raving.

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  • Artisserie Chocolate Cafe

    Sweet treats, boxed chocolates and more

    Artisserie specializes in a wide array of boxed chocolates, as well as cupcakes, cookies, specialty desserts and other confections best enjoyed with a hot cup of coffee.

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  • Atlantis: The Lost Bar

    A brewer’s beer bar

    Situated just a few feet from the popular Philadelphia Brewing Co., Lost Bar is not officially affiliated with the makers of Kenzinger, but they sure as heck have the freshest draft selection you’ll ever find. Yes, it’s a place for shots and pints, but they’re also known for their next-level Bloody Marys available on weekends.

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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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  • Audrey Claire

    Simplistic Mediterranean BYOB off Rittenhouse Square

    Audrey Claire

    When Audrey Claire opened on a quiet corner in the Rittenhouse Square neighborhood nearly ten years ago, the restaurant was quick to turn heads.

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  • Avenue Scoop

    Classic cones and cafe cuisine

    Avenue Scoop cranks out ice cream by the cone, bowl or sundae in addition to simple eats like bagels and waffles.

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  • Avril 50

    Papers and coffee from around the world

    With a selection of international coffee, chocolate, tobacco and tea and an array of postcards, this tiny shop tucked along charming Sansom Street is a must-stop for lovers of foreign cultures. They can also browse a newsstand that holds newspapers, academic journals and high-end fashion magazines from countries and continents as diverse as Europe, China, Israel and Lebanon.

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  • Azalea

    Delicious dining overlooking Independence National Historical Park

    Azalea Restaurant

    Azalea offers a lavish atmosphere and a delightful menu in the Omni Hotel

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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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  • Ba Le Bakery

    Viet hoagie time

    A huge and almost unfairly cheap selection of banh mi, or Vietnamese sandwiches, are what Ba Le is best-known for, but they also brew a mean bubble tea and fry up some killer sesame-studded Viet doughnuts and pastries.

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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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  • Baby Blues BBQ

    Smokin’ cue on campus

    The Philly outpost of a brand that has multiple locations in California, Baby Blues is a U-City favorite for ribs, pulled pork, brisket and soulful sides galore.

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  • Bainbridge Street Barrel House

    Roll out the barrel

    This handsome seven-days-a-week newcomer credits craft beer with its existence (with 25 brews on tap, 180-plus bottled options, plus wine and classic cocktails) and lists smothered fries, pickled veggies, stuffed sandwiches and hearty mains as its staples. The owners are the guys behind Bella Vista Beer Distributors on South 11th Street.

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  • Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll

    The buck stops here

    Crowds pack the streets during the Baltimore Avenue  for cheap eats and entertainment.

    The Dollar Stroll is an annual summer series that sees dozens of West Philly businesses setting up shop on the sidewalk and offering their wares for just $1. The cheap thrills are accompanied by live music and street performances.

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  • Bar Ferdinand

    True tapas and authentic Spanish drinks star in Northern Liberties

    A hip tapas bar with delicious yet affordable food and drinks

    A hip tapas bar with delicious yet affordable food and drinks

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