Old City Philadelphia Restaurants
We had been to this restaurant in Orlando a few years. The one in Philadelphia is just as good. They have a great Rum Bar and Rum drinks. Great Cuban food. Wonderful Cuban Atmosphere. We were there on a Monday night. It was quiet and romantic. I can imagine that on a Fridayt and Saturday nights, it would ber more lively with live music. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Always rode or walked by The Marmont, never knowing it was a steak restaurant. After making reservations for restaurant week, and really checking it out online. I had a feeling it was good to be good. And I was so right. Everything was perfect, can’t wait to go back to try more of the menu. MoreOpenTable Diner -
PJ Clarke's, an NYC institution, has a Philadelphia outpost in the Curtis Building and it's a welcome addition! The food is yummy, the service attentive, and a lot of tables overlook Washington Square Park. It's a bit on the expensive side be called "bar food" but if you're looking for a nice evening out, this is the ticket! MoreOpenTable Diner -
This is the place to go for a great meal of fresh food and a bit of fun making it the way you want. Chinese hot pot cooking started centuries ago during the Jin Dynasty and spread to the rest of China. It still remains very popular throughout China today. Here at Souped Up, we are introducing an Asian twist on liquor. The exotic flavor profiles of our craft cocktails blend perfectly with the unique spices of our Asian food. Our bar stocks beers and liquors both foreign and domestic with specialty import whiskeys from Japan as well as a wide selection of premium sake and shochu. Our seasonal cocktail menu will keep you coming back for something new and refreshing.More
Located in Old City Philadelphia. Buk Chon Korean Cuisine presents a modern approach to traditional korean cuisine fare featuring a contemporary chef driven menu.
Meet Chef Duo ! Chris & Alicia, In the last 17 years of their marriage, they have lived in 3 different countries, 8 different cities including, Seoul, Los Angeles, and Qingdao. As exhilarating as it was, the two were ready to slow down. When searching for their final destination, in addition to considering the fact that this would be a bit more long term than their usual stay, they were searching for somewhere they could create dishes for both their neighbors and customers. Upon seeing the cobblestone streets of Philadelphia Old City, they knew that the search was over.
The husband and wife duo have spent several years collecting recipes from diverse countries and cultures and they are excited to pour the experience accumulated from years of traveling and working in the food industry into their final project More
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Old City is often referred to as America's most historic square mile. This small neighborhood in the heart of Philadelphia boasts a number of American monuments like the Betsy Ross House and the Federal Reserve Bank. As befits an area filled with national landmarks, Old City restaurants serve up plenty of good old-fashioned American cuisine. Reasonably priced fare can be found in cute cafes, hearty taverns, and classic burger joints. The area also has a number of sports bars where locals come together to drink beer, eat a cheesesteak, and watch their favorite Philly teams. For upscale dining options, Old City natives turn to high-end Japanese restaurants, wine bars, and French bistros.