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  • Sazon

    Hearty Venezuelan dishes for all appetites

    Venezuelan cuisine comes alive at this homey bring-your-own-bottle (BYO) spot.

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  • Sbraga

    Modern American cuisine from Philly’s Top Chef

    Chef Kevin Sbraga

    Sbraga is a modern American restaurant located on Philadelphia’s lively Avenue of the Arts. Owner and Executive Chef Kevin Sbraga prepares inventive, seasonal fare with a focus on local and sustainable ingredients.

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  • Serafina Philadelphia

    A taste of Italy in Rittenhouse Square

    Outside Serafina Philadelphia.

    After making a splash with its Northern Italy-inspired cuisine in New York City and Brazil, Serafina has made its way to Philadelphia

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  • Shake Shack

    Modern twist on the classic burger stand

    Outside Shake Shack at 20th and Sansom Streets.

    After building a massive following in New York City, Shake Shack has brought its winning, “modern day roadside” burger stand to Philadelphia.

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  • Shank’s Original

    Classic Philly cheesesteaks and hoagies on the South Philadelphia waterfront.

    Shank's Original

    Visit Shank’s Original for a highly reputed cheesesteak and an old-school South Philly experience transplanted to the waterfront. The tradition of Shank’s dates back to 1962 when Shank’s and Evelyn’s (“Shank’s”) opened its doors to the Italian Market near 10th and Catherine Streets. In 2009, Shank’s closed it’s original location and opened a new location on Columbus Boulevard. The new location is right at the base of Pier 40 on the Delaware River.

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  • Shot Tower Coffee

    Contemporary coffeehouse serving bold roasts, locally made snacks and hosting open mics

    Named for the still extant old structure a few blocks away, this “third wave” coffee-centric cafe gets its Strada espresso machine from La Marzocco, its beans from Counter Culture and its artisanal sandwiches from East Passyunk’s Plenty market. Events here include open mic storytelling and a “Thursday Night Throwdown,” an intense coffee-brewing competition.

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  • Silk City

    Part diner, part bar and part dance club, Silk City is one of Philly’s coolest night spots.

    Danceable beats and guilty pleasure songs are staples at Silk City.

    One-third diner, one-third club and one-third beer garden, Silk City’s American fare with flair has helped it become one of Philadelphia’s most popular destinations.

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  • Sitar India Restaurant

    All-you-can-eat Indian cuisine

    Sitar has something for every palate on its all-you-can-eat buffet, filled with plenty of healthy and vegetarian options.

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  • Sketch Burger

    Grill outside the lines

    People looking for huge, delicious hamburgers can count on Sketch Burger’s seven griddled variations.

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  • Slack’s Hoagie Shack

    Sandwich artists

    The cheesesteak may by Philly’s most recognizable sandwich, but it’s hoagies (you might call them heroes or subs) that really have the locals’ hearts.

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  • Slainté Pub & Grill

    Classic pub atmosphere just steps from 30th Street Station

    Located across the street from 30th Street Station, Sláinte offers bar food, beer and cocktails. The classic and clean wooden décor, plus knick-knacks imported from the homeland, complete the Irish pub experience.

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  • Sonny’s Famous Steaks

    The late-night cheesesteak shop in Philly’s Old City neighborhood

    What Pat’s, Geno’s and Tony Luke’s are to South Philly, Sonny’s Famous Steaks is to bar-filled Old City. Open until 3:00 a.m. on weekends, Sonny’s serves up cheesesteaks of all sorts, rib-eye burgers, cheese fries and onion rings to partyers who need to fuel up before going down for the night.

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  • Soup Kitchen Cafe

    Bowled over

    If it warms you up and you eat it with a spoon, chances are there’s a killer version of it being served at Soup Kitchen Cafe.

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  • South Street

    Philadelphia’s famous street bustles with restaurants, galleries and a whole lot more

    The action on South Street

    Along South Street, visitors and residents, teenagers and adults, preppies and punk rockers, artists and attorneys all mix seamlessly together. The street is always buzzing no matter if you visit on a Tuesday afternoon or a Friday night.

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  • South Street Bagel

    Bagels for the connoisseur

    People who complain about Philly’s lack of tasty bagels have never been here. Forget New York — jump off South Street and snag breakfast to go at this fifth-generation baker’s home base.

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  • South Street Souvlaki

    An enduring Medi cafe right on South

    One of South Street’s longest-running and most enduringly popular Mediterranean hideaways, SSS allows you to sit in or take your spanikopita, kefta and moussaka to go.

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  • Soy Café

    Vegan-friendly supporter of local arts

    It’s in the name, so patrons know that fresh soymilk is always available at this bistro, which also whips up smoothies, light sandwiches and vegan-friendly cinnamon buns.

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  • Spencer ETA Burger

    Not your standard cheesburgers

    The Ultimate Spencer Burger, topped with turkey bacon, poached apples, roasted red pepper and cheddar.

    The burgers here come in beef, turkey and vegetarian form, but the flavors deviate wildly from your standard options.

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  • Spirit of Philadelphia

    Cruise the Delaware River in style

    The Spirit of Philadelphia

    For three decades, the Spirit of Philadelphia has provided a unique combination of dining, dancing, entertainment and incredible skyline views on the Delaware River.

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  • Spring Garden Market

    Spectacular Asian grocery with ingredients of all kinds

    This well-stocked and spotless grocery is NoLibs’ favorite place for all manner of Asian groceries, meat, produce and treats.

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  • Spruce Street Harbor Park

    Now extended through Sep 28: An awesome pop-up summertime haven on the Delaware River Waterfront

    The Penn’s Landing Marina at Columbus Boulevard and Spruce Street into a pop-up summertime village.

    With a hammock garden, boardwalk, urban beach, fountains and a series of floating barges with lily pad water gardens, the new Spruce Street Harbor Park is a majorly popular summer destination on the Delaware Waterfront.

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  • Square 1682

    A New American restaurant with world flavors at the Hotel Palomar

    Square 1682 at Hotel Palomar Philadelphia

    Hotel Palomar welcomes a New American restaurant with world flavors, amazing cocktails and an Art Deco decor

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  • St. Stephen’s Green

    Relaxing pub atmosphere on Green Street

    The owners of The Black Sheep and The Bishop’s Collar teamed up to open this neighborhood spot, featuring an extensive beer list. Executive chef David Shuman adds the “gastro” to the pub experience.

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  • Standard Tap

    Widely considered “America’s First Gastropub”

    Standard Tap

    A multi-room Northern Liberties gastropub — some say America’s first — that pairs local microbrews with excellent, gourmet pub fare like chicken pies, fried smelts and double burgers.

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  • Stargazers Vineyards

    Boutique winery using solar power and natural farming techniques

    Boutique 15-acre winery using solar power and natural farming techniques.

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  • Stateside

    A popular eatery starring all things American

    As the name suggests, this bar pours American-made craft beers, wines and spirits, with a focus on whiskeys and bourbons. The tempting dinner menu features mainly small plates that use locally sourced products.

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  • Steaks on South

    A cheesesteak outlet making waves on South Street

    Steaks on South

    Don’t miss the char-grilled rib eye sandwich — Steaks on South is one of the few steak shops in Philadelphia that lets you upgrade your sandwich with tender and juicy rib eye steak.

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  • Steve’s Prince of Steaks

    Another member of Philly’s cheesesteak royalty.

    Steve's Prince of Steaks

    Steve’s Prince of Steaks has been a cheesesteak institution in Northeast Philadelphia for more than three decades and now that they’ve opened a location in downtown Philadelphia, more and more happy customers are becoming “loyal subjects” of the Prince…, as the slogan on Steve’s t-shirt happily declares. And for good reason: the cheesesteaks at Steve’s are legit.

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  • Stogie Joe’s Tavern

    A straightforward pub for all seasons

    A no-frills bar menu and “Sundays with Sinatra” define this South Philly joint. The garage door-enclosed dining area offers open-air seating in the warmer months and a fireplace when the weather gets cool.

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  • Suburban Square

    Upscale outdoor shopping — with a farmers’ market

    Suburban Square is a pedestrian-friendly upscale outdoor shopping center that serves as one of the Main Line’s high-end shopping destinations.

    Ardmore’s Suburban Square is a pedestrian-friendly upscale outdoor shopping center that serves as one of the Main Line’s high-end shopping destinations.

    The tradition continues today, with a recently updated farmers’ market and an upscale vintage outdoor market, the Clover Market.

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