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All the servers were polite and eager to please. If they didn't know an answer to a question, they went and found out. The food was good, though not great. What possibly made the experience a little trying was the fact that the a/c wasn't working and we were extremely uncomfortable. Presentation was great! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Lively, comfortable and convivial, dining at amis trattoria is perfect for a variety of occasions, boasting a menu of house-made pasta, salumi, farm-fresh meats and peak seasonal vegetable dishes, perfect for sharing while celebrating with friends and family, or a meal out with someone special. Nestled in the Main Line suburb of Philadelphia, amis trattoria is set within Devon yard, a lush lifestyle center situated next door to the renowned Devon Horse Show.More
When splendid recipes meet the flavorus ingredients and aromatic spices, wonders happen. Indian food is renowned for its richness of spices, vibrant dishes and elaborate preparations. Presenting to you, the perfect medley of spices and ingredients, Pepper House brings you the authentic flavour of the most loved and popular dishes from the Indian platter. Catering to various sections of the vibrant Indian food box, you can enjoy the scrumptious delights like Biryani, Mughlai dishes, popular delicacies from the North and South Indian meals along with the sizzling Tandoori items and lip smacking snacks. If you love food, Pepper House is just the right place to satiate your desires.More
With everything a wine lover could dream of, it’s easy to see why Pinot Wine Bar is a two-time Philadelphia Magazine ‘Best of Philly’ winner. Located in Historic Philadelphia, Pinot offers guests the ultimate wine experience.
The newly renovated tasting bar provides a chic ambience for sipping, drinking, and tasting some of the best wines of the area. Choose from a variety of tasting options or simply enjoy a glass or two. Friday nights at Pinot you’ll find live music and wine tasting to start your weekend off right.
If you’ve ever thought of throwing a wine party Pinot has a private wine cellar that is perfect for for birthdays, bachelorette parties, team building events, or just a fun Friday night with friends.
Perhaps best of all – Pinot keeps it local by working exclusively with wineries from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.
Pinot – Your Winery in the City!More
Terrain Cafe celebrates the cycle of the seasons and the bounty of the land. Using hand-selected local produce, meats and dairy products, our team takes pride in crafting menus from the seasonal harvest of farmers we know and trust. We work tirelessly to craft an environment that aesthetically and gastronomically reflects the best of our local communities.More
WHERE DINING, SPORTS AND NIGHTLIFE INTERSECT
Making the Party as Exciting as the Game. Where the atmosphere is flirty and fun with flat screens as bountiful as the scene.
Opening Saturday, August 18. Brand new full dinner menu created by Executive Chef Hee Chang offered daily 5p-11p. Full brunch menu is offered Saturday and Sundays 11a-4p. Reservations through Open Table are for dining and Brunch not nightlife. For VIP Nightlife Bottle Service reservations please visit our website.
Bottomless Brunch Reservations (Saturday & Sunday 11AM to 4PM):
Due to the lively atmosphere, all guests joining us must be 21 or over. Priority seating in the main room requires all guests in the party purchase the $25 Bottomless Brunch Mimosa Special. Please note the Bottomless Brunch Mimosa Special does not include food.More
No longer just NYC’s 8th borough, Philadelphia is a well-kept secret, especially when it comes to food. Sure, you can still get a cheesesteak or its lesser-known, debatably better cousin—the roast pork sandwich—but the restaurant scene has taken off in recent years, with Israeli, vegetarian, and Spanish food in the mix. The provolone-lined cheese shops of eras gone by exist in bigger, better versions and the large, welcoming brasseries that dot Rittenhouse Square make you feel like you’re in Paris. Reading Terminal Market pays homage to Lancaster County’s Pennsylvania Dutch fare, with a bounty of pretzels and apple butter, while local bakeries, baristas, and breweries set a high culinary bar for the City of Brotherly love.