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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 more than 30 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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  • Bank & Bourbon

    Craft cocktails and comforting dishes at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel

    Bank and Bourbon, located on the ground-floor of the Loews Philadelphia Hotel.

    Taking over the ground-floor of the Loews Philadelphia Hotel, Bank & Bourbon is a relaxing restaurant featuring classic American dishes and an extensive selection of the namesake brown-liquor.

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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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  • Barbuzzo

    Crowd-pleasing pizzas and Mediterranean dishes on 13th Street

    Barbuzzo on 13th Street in Philadelphia's Midtown Village neighborhood.

    The Mediterranean-inspired Barbuzzo from Marcy Turney and Valerie Safran has helped transform 13th Street into a major destination since opening in 2010.

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  • Barcade

    Bring quarters for a good time

    Combine a sizable craft beer list with more than 40 25-cent classic arcade games, and the result is Barcade. Based on locations in Brooklyn and Jersey City, the bar-arcade combo also offers up a generous menu and outdoor space—for those who can tear themselves away from Tetris or Donkey Kong.

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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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  • Bean Exchange

    An independent coffeehouse roasting its own small-batch blends

    Sure, this part of the city has its fair share of Starbucks, but it’s places like this friendly, day-through-night corner spot that make it feel like Philly. The shop has dubbed its signature, addictive small-batch roast “Morning Bell Blend.”

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  • Beauty Shop Cafe

    A cool coffee shop at 20th and Fitzwater with free WiFi

    Inside this cozy — and pink — cafe, patrons enjoy tasty pastries, a wide selection of teas and coffees and free Wi-Fi in a laid-back atmosphere.

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  • Belle Cakery

    Can’t-be-beat sweets

    Jessie Prawlucki, pastry chef and co-owner of nearby Fond, runs this tiny bakery, cranking out some of the best customs confections in town and absolutely killer croissants on weekend (better get there early).

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  • Benna’s

    A coffeeshop for commuters and the community

    Now a Pennsport neighborhood staple, B2’s big sister fuels those on their morning commutes and regulars who sit and sip for hours. Bagels and light sandwiches make it a destination for a casual morning pick-me-up, and those who bring their own cup enjoy discounted coffee.

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  • Betty’s Speakeasy

    A neighborhood place with the comforts of grandmother’s kitchen

    The staff here prides itself on personally knowing many of the people who grow food for their menu, which lists local, organic and fair-trade options. From fudge made with an old family recipe and award-winning cupcakes to cheese, specialty drinks and sandwiches, Betty’s satisfies any craving.

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  • Bibou

    A casual South Philly BYOB serving lovingly prepared, rustic French food

    Bibou

    The labor of love of husband-and-wife team Charlotte and Pierre Calmels (former executive chef at Le Bec-Fin), Bibou serves delicately prepared, rustic French bistro fare in a casual space in South Philadelphia.

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  • Birra

    Part gastopub, part pizzeria, all scrumptious

    Somewhere between a gastropub and pizza parlor is Birra, serving an assortment of thin-crust pizza (including the head-turning mac-and-cheese pizza), paninis (try the grilled cheese) and antipasto, as well as an impressive list of craft beers. Plenty of sidewalk seating adds to the modest table count and provides a view of the avenue.

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  • Bistro La Baia

    An Italian BYOB with popular outdoor seating in warmer months

    The familial service and the lobster ravioli are just two of the many reasons this cozy Italian BYOB has been a neighborhood mainstay for nearly 15 years.

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  • Bistrot La Minette

    An authentic French bistrot in the Queen Village neighborhood

    An authentic French bistrot in the Queen Village neighborhood

    Bistrot La Minette is the realization of Chef Peter Woolsey’s dream to bring the charm and good taste of a French bistrot to Philadelphia’s dynamic restaurant scene.

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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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  • Black Walnut Winery

    18 varietals and blends made in a refurbished 200-year-old barn

    Black Walnut Winery uses grapes from neighboring vineyards to produce 18 varietals and blends.

    Started by two couples who turned a hobby into a career by refurbishing a 200-year-old bank barn, Black Walnut Winery uses grapes from neighboring vineyards to produce 18 varietals and blends. A variety of events, including live music, take place throughout the year at the winery and its off-site tasting room in downtown Phoenixville.

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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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  • Blarney Stone

    Pub food perfected

    This local sports pub, boasting a pool table and nightly events such as Quizzo, has perfected the art of bar food.

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  • Blue Belly BBQ

    Stick-to-your-ribs sandwiches and smoky meats

    Across the street from elder sister restaurant Cochon (see Bella Vista section), this tiny spot offers meat a bit more casually—international barbecue-style. Sandwiches come stuffed with slow-roasted pig, Korean beef, lamb barbacoa, jerk chicken, homemade “double dogs” or grilled falafel.

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  • BlueCat

    This Latin-American BYOB is the cat’s meow

    The husband-and-wife restaurant veterans who own this sunny BYOB share their love of Latin food, along with their affection for their Russian Blue cat, evidenced by the huge mural of the feline. The lunch, dinner and brunch dishes range from empanadas and arroz con pollo to salads and sandwiches.

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  • Bobby’s Burger Palace

    Cheap eats from a superstar chef

    With toppings like watercress, fresh goat cheese and more, chef/restaurateur Bobby Flay’s signature burgers—not to mention his savory sides and more than 10 milkshake flavors, a few of which are spiked—are undeniably delicious. All beef is certified Angus and cooked to order. This modern burger joint, which offers unconventional options like the “Philadelphia,” topped with provolone, grilled onions and hot peppers.

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  • Bottle Bar East

    A new craft beer haven

    With an eight-tap bar, dartboard, foosball table and local art installations, this new craft beer haven entices both Fishtowners and visitors.

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  • Brauhaus Schmitz

    South Street’s bustling German beer hall

    The premier German beer bar in Philly packs in European soccer fans on the regular, but it’s also a top-notch restaurant, with modern German cooking from chef Jeremy Nolen.

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  • Brewerytown Spring Festival

    Art, food, music and more right on Girard Ave.

    This year, the Brewerytown Spring Festival takes over three blocks of Girard Ave.

    The annual Brewerytown Spring Festival transforms the 2600 to 2800 blocks of West Girard Avenue into a colorful and tasty street festival celebrating art, food and music.

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  • Bridget Foy’s

    Come one, come all to this South Street crowd pleaser

    This South Street favorite has fed a grateful grown-up crowd since 1978.
    Most famous for its brunch—the bloody Mary bar is legendary and the
    burgers set a high standard—this family-friendly spot also offers great
    gluten-free and kids menus.

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