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  • Chaddsford Winery

    Enjoy a fine wine in gorgeous Chester County

    Chaddsford Winery

    Explore the wonderful world of Brandywine Valley wine.

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  • Chez Colette

    A chic Parisian brasserie at the Sofitel

    Chez Colette

    Step into Chez Colette, a charming French brasserie on the first floor of the Sofitel Philadelphia Hotel, and you might very well forget you’re not in Paris.

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  • Chiarella’s Ristorante

    A family-owned and family-friendly South Philly staple

    Situated steps from Passyunk Avenue’s Singing Fountain, this family-owned South Philly mainstay—with roots on a Jersey Shore boardwalk—specializes in classic Italian fare with wallet-friendly prices. Locals bring their own bottles and dine outside in the warmer months.

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  • Chick’s Social Kitchen + Bar

    Classic cocktails, Italian-style

    Classic and newly invented cocktails and small plates are the order of the evening at this bustling restored taproom. As a nod to its Italian roots, Chick’s serves Chianti and Prosecco by the glass, along with draft Peroni.

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  • Chickie’s and Pete’s

    Philly’s most popular sports bar

    Chickie's and Pete's

    If you can’t be at the game, you’ve got to be at this Philly fanatic hotspot

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  • Chickie’s Italian Deli

    A South Philly institution

    Chickie's Italian Deli

    The award-winning Chickie’s Italian Deli’s notable menu items include classic hoagies like the Original Veggie (baked eggplant, sautéed broccoli rabe, roasted peppers and Chickie’s own blend of sharp provolone) and the Tuna Special (olive oil-packed tuna with provolone, roasted peppers, lettuce, tomato and onion), as well as hot sandwiches including an excellent version of the Philly classic, the Roast Pork sandwich.

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  • Chifa

    Jose Garces’ unique hybrid of Peruvian and Cantonese cuisines

    Chifa by Iron Chef Jose Garces

    Named after the unique hybrid of Peruvian and Cantonese cuisines found in Peru, Chifa combines the flavors and ingredients of both Asian and Latin cuisines with delicious results.

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  • Circles Contemporary Thai Cuisine

    Enjoy the spicy flavors of Thailand

    A more upscale version of its South Philly restaurant, Circles delivers Pad Thai, curry and fried rice dishes with varying degrees of heat—from mild to Thai hot and everything in between.

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  • City Food Tours

    Don’t just see the city, taste it!

    A Philadelphia City Food Tour

    City Food Tours will introduce you to some of Philly’s best specialty food shops and restaurants and give tour goers a opportunity to taste delicious handmade treats.

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  • City Tap House

    Craft beer lovers’ paradise

    Reclaimed wood, slate and tile create a handsome space for this beer lovers’ haven, boasting 60 taps and 120 seats, plus outside seating. Classic American fare includes brick-oven pizzas, free-range chicken, mussels and plenty of vegetarian-friendly options.

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  • City Tavern

    Colonial America is recreated at this authentic tavern in Old City

    City Tavern

    Our Founding Fathers’ favorite haunt — and the fuel-provider during the writing of the Declaration of Independence, City Tavern recreates the Colonial Philadelphia experience

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  • Claudio’s Specialty Foods

    Find all the elements of a fine antipasti plate and more

    A salad bar’s worth of olives, a half dozen cases of cheese and salumeria and more than a few shelves of olive oil, balsamic vinegar, dry pasta, canned tomatoes and other Italian specialties are for sale at this friendly, well-priced Italian Market store. Next door, Claudio’s vends its homemade mozzarella.

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  • Cochon

    Perfect for pork lovers

    French for “pig,” this one-room, open-kitchen BYOB is justly known for its hearty offerings, with an emphasis on the pork. Must-tries include bacon mashed potatoes, grilled spare ribs and, from the Sunday brunch menu, deep-fried oysters with bacon mayo.

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  • Coffee House Too

    Home of the Hangover Hoagie

    Quality java is the priority here, where coffee enthusiasts sip the brewed goodness that comes from fair-trade Dallis Brothers Coffee beans.

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  • Cookie Confidential

    Not-your-average sweets

    Crave your cupcake in a mason jar? In the mood for a buffalo wing-flavored cookie or beer-infused cake? Melissa Torre satisfies your oddest cravings at her quirky undercover bakery.

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  • Copabanana

    Can’t miss Tex-Mex cuisine

    Margaritas, burgers, Spanish fries and Tex-Mex dinners served by friendly waiters make this a popular happy hour spot. The plentiful outside seating makes this a happening place in warm weather months.

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  • Cosmi’s Deli

    A corner deli in South Philly executing excellent cheesesteaks, hoagies, roast pork and more

    Cosmi's in South Philadelphia

    Award-winning and independently owned for decades, Cosmi’s serves some of the best hoagies, cheesesteaks and roast pork sandwiches in Philadelphia.

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  • Creperie Beau Monde

    Sweet and savory Breton-style crepes

    Chic yet cozy, this corner bistro serves up crepes in endless savory or sweet combinations. Goat cheese salads, French onion soup and traditional ciders round out the menu.

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  • Cuba Libre

    A little bit of Old Havana in Old City

    Cuba Libre

    This popular Old City spot is designed to resemble a street scene in Havana — and you can’t beat the mojitos.

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  • Cucina Forte

    Go for gnocchi gold

    This homey Italian BYOB is best known for chef-owner Maria Forte’s amazing ricotta gnocchi, pillow pasta that The Philadelphia Inquirer restaurant critic Craig La Ban referred to as “weightless wonders of the dumpling world.” After those doughy delights, regulars recommend any of the day’s specials.

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  • Cups and Chairs Tea Cafe

    Steep matters

    Cups & Chairs carries upward of 50 types of international teas and provides cute and comfy digs in which to savor them.

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  • Dahlak

    Family-style East African fare

    Ethnic food enthusiasts enjoy authentic, family-style Ethiopian and Eritrean food in a cozy atmosphere inside or on the patio here. One of Philly’s best East African restaurants, Dahlak does traditional
    injera-scooped fare right, but its second identity as an all-inclusive night spot draws in a well-mixed Cedar Park crowd.

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  • Dalessandro’s

    Excellent cheesesteaks in the city’s northwestern ridge.

    Dalessandro's Steaks

    Dalessandro’s has been serving delicious — if sinfully greasy — cheesesteaks from their corner locale for as long as anybody can remember. Legend has it that the grillmasters at Delassandro’s season their sizable flattoped grill with fat before adding the meat.

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  • Dante & Luigi’s

    Old World charm in the historic Italian Market

    One of the city’s oldest trattorias celebrates Italian-American cuisine with homemade lasagna, hearty veal chops and other traditional treats slathered in famous “red gravy” (South Philly-speak for marinara).

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  • Darling’s Diner

    Incredible desserts available 24/7

    Berry cuvée with guava and bananas foster are two of several exotic cheesecake flavors available ’round-the-clock at this retro-themed diner that’s credited with inventing the Philly cheesecake, a lighter version of the New York classic.

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  • Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House

    The luxury steakhouse family makes a big impression on Philly

    Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House

    The acclaimed steakhoues family has opened its seventh national restaurant in Philadelph, located in Center City’s 1920s-era Grande Building

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  • Del Rossi’s Cheesesteak Co.

    On a roll

    Two brothers anchor this Whiz-topped newcomer off Spring Garden, a welcome addition to a part of town surprisingly lacking in cheesesteak options.

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  • Desi Chaat House

    From mild to wild

    Fried dough, spices and fillings make up the basis for chaat, a popular Indian snack and the foundation for this casual restaurant. The 10 different variations include ingredients like cashews, melon seeds, yogurt, green curry and noodles with wildly divergent sauces, fruits, vegetables and meats.

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  • Desi Village

    Just the right spice

    Spices—and lots of them—define this cozy Indian spot, dishing out traditional cuisine with tons of flavor. Regulars swear by the restaurant’s signature dish, the chicken tikka masala.

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  • Di Bruno Bros.

    A glistening specialty food emporium providing a veritable feast for the senses

    Cheesecave at the Chestnut Street Di Bruno Bros.

    The Di Bruno Bros. specialty store on Chestnut Street is an absolute must-see if you appreciate food. At all. Seriously. This place is very close to a boutique foodies heaven.

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