Popular restaurants in Philadelphia

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Main and Vine
American | Villanova
White Dog Cafe-Haverford
Contemporary American | Havertown
Savona - King of Prussia
Italian | King of Prussia
Enoteca Tredici
Italian | Bryn Mawr
The Choice - B.Y.O.B
Fusion / Eclectic | Bryn Mawr
Estia Taverna – Radnor
Greek | Radnor
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Norristown Restaurants

Taphouse 23Taphouse 23
294 reviews
Gastro Pub | Norristown, Western Suburbs

The Taphouse 23 is a real find in the cozy borough of Bridgeport. It has always been one of my favorites but since Rich Furino has taken over management I've enjoyed the atmosphere, food, and drinks more frequently. Great service, an outdoor eating area that you'll find truly unique (covered and heated in the winter months, and a great indoor bar area for the authentic bar enthusiast. Great signature drinks and a wide variety of excellent cuisine. Everyone is welcome. More

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Bertucci's - Plymouth MeetingBertucci's - Plymouth Meeting
16 reviews
Italian | Norristown, Western Suburbs

We ate at the bar, as our favorite wait-person was tending bar the night of our visit. To our pleasant surprise, the appetizer we ordered was 1/2 price at the bar as a happy hour special. The service was great, as expected from this outstanding wait-person, and the food was really good. The rolls are absolutely scrumptious. It was a very pleasant eating experience. More

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Discover Norristown

Northwest of Philadelphia, Norristown welcomes travelers, visitors and locals to multiple restaurants, diners and bistros. Whether you are an early bird or like to sleep in, enjoy homestyle breakfast entrees any time. Spend the day at Elmwood Park Zoo and then chow down on specialty wood-fired pizzas or Memphis-style barbecue. Stimulate your adrenaline with a whitewater rafting challenge and then calm your nerves and fill your stomach with enchiladas or carne asada at a Mexican diner or a popular noodle bowl at a Japanese eatery. If you're in the mood for familiar American fare, check out long-standing local restaurants doling out old-fashioned favorites like cheesesteaks.