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  • PYT

    Burger paradise on the Piazza

    Burger gourmands flock to this self-described home of “America’s Craziest Burgers.”

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  • Quick Fixx

    Flatbreads, pasta, salads and more on South Street West

    The name says it all — Quick Fixx is your go-to when you want a quality salad, sandwich, pasta or flatbread and you want it fast.

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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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  • Radicchio Café

    Bright Italian BYOB on the edge of Old City

    BYOB Dining at Radicchio Café

    Located on the outskirts of the bustling neighborhood of Old City, Radicchio Café is a hidden gem among dozens of Center City BYOBs. Make no mistake: plenty of people know about and love Radicchio. When you go, you’ll witness this — there are always parties waiting patiently for their tables outside the restaurant’s large, glass windows.

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  • Ralph’s

    Serving red gravy for more than a century

    Ralph's Italian Restaurant in Bella Vista.

    America’s oldest Italian restaurant, this two-floor tribute to old-school Italian-American fare still packs in the crowds, more than a century after opening its doors. Loyal patrons go for the basics—sausage and peppers, mussels red or white—and usually go home with doggie bags.

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  • Ramen Bar

    Nuts for noodles

    A big, modern ramen-ya, or ramen restaurant, located on Locust, this is the spot if you’re craving authentic Japanese noodle soups, plus other snacks of the pan-Asian persuasion.

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  • Randazzo’s Pizzeria

    Another pizzeria on South Street West that has a lot of loyal fans

    A dozen thin-crust gourmet pizzas are just the beginning at this neighborhood pizzeria, which serves cheesesteaks, burgers, wings, wraps, salads, pasta and even milkshakes.

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  • Random Tea Room and Curiosity Shop

    Indulge your curiosities

    The international brews at this charming little cafe include 40 different artisanal teas and house-blended herbal infusions.

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  • Reading Terminal Market

    America’s oldest farmers’ market

    Delicious Pennyslvania Dutch pies and baked goods? Yes, please.

    Established in 1892 at 12th and Arch Streets, Reading Terminal is the nation’s oldest continuously operating farmers’ market. Today, this indoor foodie paradise is a one-stop shop for everything from local produce and meats to artisanal cheeses and incredibly delicious desserts and baked goods. It’s also home to the “best sandwich in America.”

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  • Reading Terminal Market’s Pennsylvania Dutch Festival

    Annual celebration of tasty traditions turns 25

    Celebrate the traditions, foods and crafts of the Pennsylvania Dutch at Pennsylvania Dutch Festival at the historic Reading Terminal Market.

    Celebrate the traditions, foods and crafts of the Pennsylvania Dutch at Pennsylvania Dutch Festival at the historic Reading Terminal Market.

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  • Reading Terminal Market
    Harvest Festival

    Head to an urban farm, complete with fall treats and a real tractor

    Reading Terminal Market is one of the best places to savor the bounty of fall, and on October 18, visitors are invited to do just that during the annual Harvest Festival.

    October 18
    Reading Terminal Market is undoubtedly one of the best places to savor the bounty of fall, and on October 18, visitors are invited to do just that during the annual Harvest Festival.

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  • Rebel Rock Bar & Bites

    Pour your own beverage

    In addition to showcasing rock music seven nights a week through live performances, DJs and a regular songwriter showcase, the new Rebel quickly built a reputation as a bar where the patrons do half the work.

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  • Red Hook Coffee and Tea

    Good jolts of caffeine on Fabric Row

    It might be named after a neighborhood in Brooklyn, but Red Hook is a Philly cafe all the way, with friendly baristas and cozy seating inside and out.

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  • Redwood

    From the team behind the nearby Copabanana comes Redwood, a smart wine bar that serves a specialized selection of small plates and vino-friendly bites.

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  • Reeds Coffee and Tea House

    Tea time with the community

    This is the cafe every neighborhood should have. Along with fair-trade coffee, 20 different teas, homemade lemonade, sandwiches and baked goods, Reed’s demonstrates its commitment to the community by being a go-to spot for meeting space, Wi-Fi and voter registration. Those who just want to kick back enjoy the TV and alfresco seating.

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  • Reef Caribbean Lounge

    A tropical vacation on a plate

    Just off South, Reef serves island-inspired cuisine and cocktails, but also hosts a wide variety of dance nights, from reggae and soca to Tuesday-night salsa.

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  • Rembrandt’s

    American fare in close proximity to museums of art

    While grabbing a quick bite at the bar or enjoying a leisurely lunch, dinner or brunch in the dining room, Rembrandt’s patrons admire European fixtures, hardware and windows dating as far back as 1907—plus a great view of the city skyline.

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  • Resurrection Ale House

    One of several excellent craft beer bars in the Graduate Hospital neighborhood

    People come to this traditional American craft beer bar and restaurant for its nationally known twice-fried chicken, but they stay for the 12 draft beers on tap and a menu that focuses on fresh, seasonal ingredients.

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  • Rex 1516

    Down-south, on South

    From the owners of Jet Wine Bar across the street comes Rex, a small and swanky haunt where American Southern food and drink is the focus.

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  • Ristorante Panorama

    Superb, moderately-priced Italian cuisine at the Penn’s View Hotel in Old City

    Restorante Panorama

    Ristorante Panorama is an award-winning restaurant located just off the beaten path in the Old City neighborhood of Philadelphia.

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  • Ristorante Tre Scalini

    Delicious and dependable old- and new-school Italian

    This family-owned, bi-level BYOB serves authentic Italian dishes such as the traditional zuppa di pesce, as well as the exotic saffron gnocchi or wild boar. Warm, knowledgeable staff and valet parking on weekends enhance the dining experience.

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  • Rittenhouse Row

    Shops, restaurants, boutiques, galleries, bars and more

    Rittenhouse Row

    Shops, restaurants, boutiques, galleries, bars and more

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  • Robert’s Twi-Lite Lounge

    An old-school bar in the heart of Graduate Hospital

    With friendly service, friendlier clientele, soul food, a stocked jukebox and occasional live jazz, the Twi-Lite Lounge challenges the neighborhood bar stereotype.

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  • Roberto Cafe

    A charming Italian BYOB on South Street West

    This tasteful BYOB on South Street receives praise for its authentic Italian cuisine, befitting atmosphere and speedy, friendly service.

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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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  • Rose Tattoo Café

    Airy eatery for a romantic evening

    Family-owned and -operated, the greenhouse-inspired Rose Tattoo serves American cuisine in four romantic dining areas, including a balcony with plants and flowers.

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  • Rouge

    Rittenhouse Square’s original bistro-cafe

    Rouge

    The Rouge Burger alone will make you an instant devotee.

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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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  • Rustica

    Slice of life

    Frank Maimone’s NoLibs pizzeria takes a wholly original approach to pie — check out their Reuben, covered in corned beef, kraut and Russian dressing; or the McTigue, with sweet figs and pine nuts.

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  • Rybread

    A father-and-son serve fresh sandwiches

    Father and son teamed up to share their passion for food at this sandwich-centric cafe. The sandwiches, made with fresh ingredients, are loosely based on the son’s seven-week “unemployment opportunity” road trip across the U.S., and pictures of his journeys adorn the walls.

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