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  • 51. The Little Fish

    The Little Fish Not afraid to experiment and blend different ethnic influences into their food. The dining room is small. The kitchen is open so don't be surprised when the incredible aromas start...

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  • 52. Benny the Bum's Crabhouse and Bar

    Benny the Bum's Crabhouse & Bar on Bustleton Avenue and Red Lion Road is "THE" seafood capitol of the Northeast. The atmosphere is casual, upbeat, and definitely fun, decorated with antiques, period...

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  • 53. Penang

    Penang is a great Malaysian restaurant in Chinatown that also serves up some more eclectic Asian foods (such as some Thai dishes). One of my favorite restaurants in Charlotte is a Malaysian place, so...

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  • 54. Gianfranco Pizza Rustica

    Want a good slice of pie? Head to Old City and try a slice from Gianfranco. They do a steady and sometimes hectic business, but the guys here are pretty laid back and make a great pie (that's what...

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  • 55. Bitars

    Okay, I'm not sure if this is the best falafel in Philly, but it's pretty good and exceptionally cheap. A grilled falafel sandwich is $2.50!! This place is somewhere between a street stand and a fast...

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  • 56. The Wrap Shak

    This little stand in Old City is a stone's throw from where my sister used to live (Elfreth's Alley) and is a good place to grab a sandwich (for example, turkey and bacon, portabello mushroom or...

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  • 57. Gianna's Grille

    I wrote the following years ago before I found out the ugly truth about Gianna's. They are liars. They were pretending their cheese was vegan and that it was homemade and when it was tested and found...

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  • 58. Engine 46 Steakhouse

    Built in 1894, the Engine 46 Firehouse (where the restaurant is located) is historically and architecturally significant because of it's Flemish detailing and molded brickwork. Try the 10-ounce...

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  • 59. Warm Daddy

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    SOUTHERN BLUES EXPERIENCE. Located in Philadelphia's historic Old City Section. A place to enjoy down-home culture and the music of legendary blues, zydeco, R+B and soul artists. Honey dipped fried...

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  • 60. Kona Kai

    Kona Kai is problably one of the best and absolutely the most interesting restaurant in Philadelphia. Upon arriving, you will find what looks like an old German ale house (what it used to be) on the...

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  • 61. Maggiano's Little Italy

    We discovered this restaurant when visiting the Reading Terminal as it's right across the street. On our first visit the server suggested that we order a half portion of food. That was an excellent...

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  • 62. Zanzibar Blue

    Philly's premier venue for live jazz is also a great place to have dinner. In other words, make a night of it: fiery gumbo or grilled fish in the coolly stylish dining room, then a seat at a communal...

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  • 63. DiNardo's

    4 out of 5 stars

    The restaurant is in a building that has existed since 1776. There are paintings on the wall recreating the various establishments that were located in the building over time. The food was excellent,...

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  • 64. Brasserie Perrier

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    The restaurant was beautiful! Extremely nice ambiance. The owner of this Restaurant also owns LeBec Fin a very expensive, fixed price menu restaurant. I went during Philadelphia's Restaurant week....

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  • 65. Caribou Cafe

    Caribou Cafe is a quaint bistro serving French/Belgian food, that I quite took to. I went for lunch on a Sunday afternoon. They had an acoustic guitar band playing while I was there. Add the wonderful...

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  • 66. Bucca di Beppo

    Although it's a chain restaurant, that doesn't mean many people eat there. Don't be surprised when you walk in the main entrance right into the kitchen. VERY expensive, but the best eats for miles....

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  • 67. McMenamin's Tavern

    McMenamin's is an old neighborhood pub that grew up into a real nice place to eat. 13 rotating taps of wonderful microbrews (no Bud) and a varied menu make this a great place to go. Also immediately...

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  • 68. Susanna Foo's

    For Asian fusion, try Susanna Foo's or Buddakan. I love the shrimp at Morton's of Chicago... sure, have a porterhouse if that's your thing. Penang has Malaysian and Le Bec Fin is for those with $$$$$....

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  • 69. Brasil

    South American and European atmoshpere at a pretty modest price. I forget the name of the dish but for $18 - $24 you can have unlimited portions ot meat served to you off of a sword. I've had the pork...

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  • 70. Djangos

    This small quaint BYOB restaurant named after '40s jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt is owned and operated by the husband and wife team who focus on the most important part of dining, the food. While...

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