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  • Twenty Manning Grill

    Style and substance on the Square

    Twenty Manning

    Pan Asian fare and a sleek, minimalist style make this restaurant and lounge an ideal Rittenhouse retreat

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  • Ulivo

    A perfectly rustic Italian BYOB

    This Italian BYOB changes it menu daily, but the satisfaction is constant. Guests enjoy the meat and fish dishes prepared with seasonal vegetables and handmade pasta.

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  • Ultimo Coffee

    Craft coffee at its best

    Pretty, bright Ultimo, which has another successful location in the Newbold neighborhood, focuses on high-quality coffee and espresso brewed using Counter Culture beans.

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  • Umai Umai

    Roll with it

    Its name a Japanese exclamation reserved for only the most delicious bites of food, Umai has been keeping local sushi fanatics enthralled for years.

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  • Union Trust

    A dramatic new steakhouse along Philadelphia’s “Mini Restaurant Row”

    Union Trust

    Nestled within the Historic District — just a few blocks’ walk from the Liberty Bell — sits Union Trust, a steakhouse with a decidedly local theme.

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  • University City Dining Days

    Spice up your summer with a special dinner in University City

    Distrito

    More than 25 of the neighborhood’s most popular eateries are offering diners special three-course, prix fixe dinners for either $15, $25 or $35 per person. It’s a great way to try some of the area’s exciting new restaurants or to return to a longtime favorite.

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  • Urban Saloon

    A citified bar fit for all kinds of crowds

    One of the largest bars in the neighborhood, Urban is a popular place to catch a game on several flat-screen TVs or enjoy a relaxing meal. On weekend nights, the scene shifts from locals’ bar to dance club, complete with a DJ.

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  • Va La Vineyards

    A family-owned winery in bucolic Chester County

    A family-owned winery in bucolic Chester County

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  • Valanni Social

    Stellar food and drink just off the Avenue of the Arts

    Fancy drinks in a stylish setting are just the beginning at Valanni Social.

    Fancy drinks in a stylish setting are just the beginning at Medi-Latin eatery Valanni Social, which boasts one of the best late-night snacks in town — a feast of roasted feta, Greek olives, hummus and pita, spicy pulled-chicken empanadas and grilled adobo beef kebobs.

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  • Valley Green Inn

    Philadelphia’s last remaining roadhouse

    The Valley Green Inn is one of the most beloved places in Fairmount Park.

    A leafty retreat set in Fairmount Park along the banks of the Wissahickon Creek

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  • Vango Lounge and Sky Bar

    A lounge of Rittenhouse with an amazing upstairs deck and outdoor seating

    Vango Lounge

    After snagging fizzy cocktails from the bar, partiers kick up their heels to DJ-spun beats before lounging on king-sized beds and admiring the city skyline on the Skybar.

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  • Varga Bar

    Washington Square West’s newest late-night hangout

    Varga Bar

    Varga is a neighborhood pub in the truest sense, serving all-American comfort foods, American cheeses and more than 20 hard-to-find, American-made craft beers.

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  • Velvet Sky Bakery and Café

    Award-winning cupcakes and baked goods made from scratch

    Velvet Sky Bakery has garnered praise for their hand-crafted cupcakes.

    Jenkintown’s Velvet Sky Bakery has been garnering awards for their homemade cupcakes and fresh baked goods since opening in 2005.

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  • Vetri

    One of the nation’s most acclaimed Italian restaurants

    Marc Vetri is one of the nation's most respected chefs.

    Star chef Marc Vetri’s titular restaurant is considered one of America’s finest Italian restaurants. If you find yourself at a table here, consider yourself very lucky.

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  • Victor Cafe

    Italian with a side of opera

    If this looks familiar, it's because Victor Cafe was the stand-in for the fictitious “Adrienne’s” restaurant in 2006's Rocky Balboa.

    First opened in 1933, Victor Cafe is the only restaurant in Philadelphia that continues the old world tradition of waiters and waitress performing operatic arias for diners each and every night.

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  • Vientiane Café

    Thai BYOB serving delicious dishes in Cedar Park

    Prices are reasonable and portions are generous at this family-run BYOB that features Thai and Lao cuisine. Owners claim vegetarians “go nuts” for the naam salad, consisting of crispy rice with coconut flakes, herbs and lemongrass, all wrapped in lettuce.

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  • Vietnam Café

    Full Vietnamese flavor

    Owner Benny Lai introduced a smaller version of Chinatown’s Vietnam Restaurant to West Philadelphia. The inviting café features sleek décor, Vietnamese fare, a warm atmosphere and friendly service. Those waiting for a table can migrate to the glossy wooden bar to watch mixologists craft tropical-style cocktails.

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  • Villa Di Roma

    Classic southern Italian in South Philly

    With red-brick tiles outside and murals of old Italy inside, this reliable Italian Market old-timer is a charming tribute to the Philadelphians who call their tomato sauce “gravy.” The lengthy menu serves up the full roster of classics, from spaghetti and meatballs to clams casino to veal Marsala to baked ziti to Chianti by the glass.

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  • Village Belle

    Contemporary Italian courtesy of the brothers Campanero

    One of the rare spots with a view of the Delaware River, Village Belle belongs to chef-brothers Joey and Louis Campanero, who grew up down the street. The Mediterranean menu stars homemade crespelle, meatball sliders and, at brunch, eggs Bendetto.

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  • Village Whiskey

    Jose Garces tackles the classic American spirit, with bar snacks to match

    Village Whiskey by Iron Chef Jose Garces

    Located in a Rittenhouse Square space evoking the free-wheeling spirit of a speakeasy, Village Whiskey is prolific Chef Jose Garces’ intimate, 30-seat tribute to the time-honored liquor.

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  • Voltage Cafe

    Plug in for a good time

    Come for the pub grub and cheap drinks, stay for the funky hookahs and live entertainment.

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  • Volvér

    A theatrical dining experience by Chef Jose Garces at the Kimmel Center

    Two different ever-evolving tasting menus highlight seasonal and local ingredients.

    Based on Garces’ world travels, Volvér offers two distinct experiences for diners: a first-come, first-served champagne bar dubbed Bar Volvér and a ticketed dining experience with just two seatings a night.

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  • Wah-Gi-Wah

    Savory, spicy chicken and no frills dining

    This no-frills Pakistani eatery serves what might be the best chicken dish in all of West Philly, a spicy, savory, scored-breast fried whole bird called Lahori Chargha. To order it without fresh-baked naan is a crime.

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  • Warmdaddy’s

    Southern classics and live jazz, blues and R&B

    Warmdaddy's has a down-home vibe, a down-home Southern menu and a get-down lineup of national jazz, blues and R&B artists every night.

    Warmdaddy’s has a down-home vibe, a down-home Southern menu and a get-down lineup of national jazz, blues and R&B artists every night.

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  • Water Works Restaurant and Lounge

    A gorgeous restaurant and lounge on the banks of the Schuylkill River

    The Water Works Restaurant and Lounge

    More than 140 years after it closed for business, Fairmount Park’s famed Water Works — onetime home to the engine room for Philadelphia’s cutting-edge water department — reopened as a chic destination lounge and restaurant.

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  • Wawa Hoagie Day

    Celebrate Wawa Welcome America! with 4.5 tons of hoagies

    The crowd enjoys free hoagies during Wawa Hoagie Day.

    One of the tastier events taking place during the Wawa Welcome America! festival, Wawa Hoagie Day features 4.5 tons of hoagies and plenty of happy, hungry visitors.

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  • West Tavern

    First-rate dive bar

    A killer place to catch a Phillies, “Westy’s” is where you to go to for thrifty drinking and risky eating — try the house special “Dirty Burger,” seasoned with secret spices and topped with nothing but secret “Dirty Sauce,” if you dare.

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  • Whipped Bakeshop

    Must-do dessert

    Master baker Zoë Lukas works miracles with cake, frosting and fondant. Take a peek into her display case for a first-hand look at her so-very-sweet works of pastry art.

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  • White Dog Cafe

    Farm-fresh dining in University City

    Years ago, the White Dog Cafe started a trend in Philadelphia: an unusual blend of award-winning cuisine and social activism, including its focus on farm-fresh, organic ingredients. Different dining rooms tucked into corners of the Victorian mansion allow patrons to choose seating based on the atmosphere they prefer.

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  • Will

    Next-level BYO

    Chef Christopher Kearse, who’s cooked at some of America’s best restaurants, brings his formidable kitchen experience into full focus at Will, his popular BYOB on the far end of East Passyunk.

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