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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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  • Bridgewater’s Pub

    Grand drinks in Philadelphia’s central train station

    Located in 30th Street Station, Bridgewater’s offers commuters and travelers a seasonally changing menu and wide selection of imported and local beers, all served in an upbeat atmosphere. The menu includes ethnic and American specialties such as duck pot stickers, ceviche, baba ghanoush, rabbit sliders and salmon BLTs—and it all changes depending on the mood of the chef.

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  • Bridgid’s Bar & Restaurant

    Outstanding craft beer and a loyal following

    Quite possibly the first bar in the city to put its menu on a chalkboard, Bridgid’s pairs an outstanding selection of Belgian and craft brews with delicious lunch and dinner dishes.

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  • Brown Betty’s Dessert Boutique

    Butter up your sweettooth

    Delicious desserts at Brown Betty.

    No ordinary pastry shop, the flagship locale of an edible empire—named after the owners’ sassy female ancestors—specializes in delicious-tasting and-looking cakes.

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  • Brown Chicken Brown Cow

    Run hot and cold with coffee and ice cream

    This cafe with the inspired name (say it out loud fast) is a coffee shop at first blush, but the real scoop is its large ice cream selection, featuring local dairy from Shady Brook Farm in Bucks County, Pa.

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  • Buddakan

    Where creativity and cachet loom large

    Buddakan

    A towering gilded statue of the Buddha generates elegant calm in this 175-seat, Pan Asian restaurant from restaurateur Stephen Starr

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  • Bufad Pizza

    Pizza that will light up your tastebuds

    Outside Bufad Pizza in Callowhill.

    When you’re looking to nail a pizza craving to the wall, Nothing in the vicinity even comes close to Bufad’s crispy, crackly Neapolitan pies or scissor-snipped Roman slices.

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  • Butcher & Singer

    Stephen Starr’s 1930s-era steakhouse in Rittenhouse Square

    The dining room at Butcher & Singer

    Step inside Butcher and Singer, the new, 1930s-era steakhouse by renowned restaurateur Stephen Starr, and you’ll be swept up in the sophistication of Rittenhouse Square dining at its finest.

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  • Café Lift

    Go-to brunch spot in Callowhill

    One of the earliest eateries to capitalize on Callowhill’s boom, Café Lift is an urbane brunch and lunch spot in an airy post-industrial space.

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  • Café Lutecia

    A charming neighborhood cafe a block off Fitler Square

    Cafe-goers choose this quaint, French-inspired nook for its substantial soup-and-sandwich combo, pleasant staff and sizable cups of coffee.

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  • Cafe Chismosa

    Vinyl and vittles

    Global DJ-turned-chef Jugo Stevcic runs Chismosa, a Latin-inspired cafe and coffee shop with sweet stacks of records for your perusal.

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  • Cafe Diem

    Better for bun

    A teeny family-owned alternative to the many enormous Vietnamese soup parlors in the area, Diem simmers up what might be the city’s best bun bo hue, a pho alternative for lovers of funk and spice.

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  • Cafe Fulya

    Tremendous Turkish

    The warm owner who lends her name to this quaint Second Street shop does all her own cooking, meaning you’re never far from a fresh-brewed mug, a flaky pastry or an authentic Turkish breakfast plate.

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  • Cafe L’Aube

    The crepe escape

    Cafe L’Aube (French for “the dawn”) is famous for its sweet and savory crepes and accompanying fresh-roasted coffees.

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  • Cafe L’Aube

    Crepe escape

    Whether you like your crepes sweet or savory, L’Aube (“the dawn”) will griddle their way into your Gallic heart. The coffee, which they roast themselves, doesn’t hurt either.

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  • Cafe Nhu Y

    Sandwich artists

    Craving a banh mi, or Vietnamese hoagie? The family behind Nhu Y does ‘em fresh daily at crazy-low prices.

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  • Caffe Valentino

    Italian comfort food and hospitable, homey environs

    Smells of authentic Pugliese cuisine waft through this newly expanded BYOB. Even with the addition of a second floor, Caffe Valentino retains a warm, homey atmosphere, complementing comfort dishes such as risotto with sautéed mussels, shrimp and calamari in white wine sauce. Outdoor seating tempts passersby in warmer months, and each Tuesday, guests enjoy a wallet-friendly four-course dinner.

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  • Campo’s Deli

    Authentic city eats just steps from Historic Philadelphia

    Campo's Deli

    Located just three blocks from Independence Mall, Campo’s Deli has been serving up Philly favorites for nearly 60 years.

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  • Cantina Dos Segundos

    Creative Mexican cusine and tasty margaritas

    Like its Passyunk Avenue sibling Cantina Los Caballitos, the second Cantina serves up creative Mexican fare such as vegan “beef” tacos and slow-roasted goat, along with flights of tequila, 11 different margaritas (think prickly pear, blood orange and guava) and a fiesta-like atmosphere.

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  • Cantina Los Caballitos

    Hip Mexican fare and local brews in South Philly

    Cantina Los Caballitos

    Part restaurant, part bar, Cantina draws a pretty diverse and eclectic clientele. Longtime locals mix with neighborhood newbies… and even folk from Center City make their way this far south to experience the food and fun at Cantina.

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  • Capital Grille

    High-end steaks for high-end clientele

    The professionals of Philadelphia can be seen here— rewarding themselves after a long days work with one of Capital Grille’s famous steaks.

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  • Capogiro Gelato Artisans

    More than 25 delectable choices of gelato and sorbet will make it impossible to resist

    Capogiro

    Everyone is raving about the gelato at Capogiro, from Town and Country and Oprah’s O Magazine to Food and Wine and the New York Times.

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  • Capogiro Gelato Artisans

    The South Philly outpost of Philadelphia’s own gelato oasis

    The fourth location of this Philly-based gelateria empire combines Italian cafe classics—from the rich, inventive gelato made with locally grown ingredients to the expertly crafted espresso—with a charming, old-fashioned dining room. In warmer months, patrons take advantage of outdoor seating in the quiet and quaint backyard patio.

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  • Capriccio at Cafe Cret

    Relax and refresh on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway

    Capriccio at Cafe Cret on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.

    Take a break from sightseeing on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway with a beverage and bite to eat at Capriccio at Cafe Cret.

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  • Caribbean Festival

    The sights and sounds of the Caribbean converge on Penn’s Landing

    The Caribbean Festival takes place at the Great Plaza at Penn's Landing.

    The sights and sounds of the Caribbean converge on Penn’s Landing.

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  • Catahoula

    Casual Cajun cuisine

    Cajun fare—crawfish bisque, barbecue shrimp, jambalaya and that mighty red gumbo—in a barroom atmosphere make this Queen Village spot feel like a neighborhood joint in Nawlins. Brunch here happens daily and comes in the form of shrimp and grits, po’ boys and hush puppies.

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  • Cavanaugh’s Restaurant

    Perfect place to catch the big game

    This college bar fits perfectly in the neighborhood thanks to plenty of televisions and great wings and burgers—not to mention 24 beers on tap and more than 100 in bottles.

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  • Cavanaugh’s Headhouse Square

    Society Hill sports bar with signature wings and cold beers

    Outside of Cavanaugh's Headhouse Square in Society Hill.

    Located in Philadelphia’s Society Hill neighborhood, Cavanaugh’s Headhouse Square is a relaxed sports bar and local hangout.

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  • Center City District Sips

    Happiest hours all summer long

    The Plaza Cafe at Table 31 participates in Center City Sips.

    Happy hour is more joyful in the summer thanks to Center City District Sips — discounted drinks and appetizers every Wednesday evening.

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  • Chaaya Cafe

    First-rate waffles and fair-trade coffee

    Chaaya’s unique offerings include organic fair-trade coffee brewed with a crazy siphon system and homemade waffles topped with everything from Nutella to chorizo.

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