Pennsylvania Restaurants

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  • Philly Cheese Steaks

    4 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    I've always liked Pat's so it's what I will recommend. They don't need those flashy lights to prove anyone their better. They're just your low key philly cheese steak place that locals like me go to. 1 wiz wit! and cheese fries

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  • Primanti Brothers

    4 out of 5 stars

    Pittsburgh Restaurants

    Holy overrated sandwich batman. I had the #2 best seller, and I almost asked for a refund. Fries were no where near crisp, slaw was bland, and the steak was just a poor cut of meat. The bread was definitely fresh, but it was the most flavorful component, and that was not what it was supposed to be. I likely will not return, because I have checked...

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  • Reading Terminal Market

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    The Reading Terminal Market is a heaven for foodies. Here you will find all sorts of cuisines, from the local Philly cheese steak to Thai and Indian food. My favorite was Beck's Cajun Cafe which serves dishes from New Orleans, such as po boys, jambalaya, gumbo, and beignets. The Reading Terminal Market is an absolute must for lunch! Note the market...

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  • Church Brew Works

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Pittsburgh Restaurants

    The Church Brew Works had long been on my radar as a brewpub to visit. From what I gathered it was Belgian beer influenced and set in a huge old church. It sounded too good to be true and as it turned out, it was. After a few passed through and around Pittsburgh over the years, I finally found myself staying in town for a night. Though I loved...

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  • Hard Rock Cafe

    4 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    The last time I was at this Hard Rock was September of 2001 - two weeks after the attack on the Twin Towers in New York. I was flying to New York for the birth of my youngest niece, and had a 4-hour layover in Philadelphia. Having never been here before, I took a cab from the airport to the Hard Rock, where I had lunch, bought TONS of pins, and on...

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  • Fish Market

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Pittsburgh Restaurants

    Touted as being the "Original Fish Market" which serves some of the best seafood in the city of Pittsburgh, this restaurant is a popular choice for the downtown business district. Located in the Westin Hotel just across from the Lawrence Convention Center, it draws hotel guests, businessmen, attendees of the convention center's attractions and...

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  • Marrakesh

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    This place is amazing... located right in the middle of the action on South St. (Just 1/2 a block off South St to be exact), Marrakesh is an authentic Moroccan restaurant. The food here is great and the servers are very friendly. Make sure to bring plenty of room for all seven courses, but you probably still won't fit it all in :) This is...

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  • The Original Hotdog Shop

    4 out of 5 stars

    Pittsburgh Restaurants

    Be sure to stop by this popular Pittsburgh Landmark--The Original Hot Dog Shop in the Oakland area, near the University of Pittsburgh. A proudly displayed sign on the window declares that Football Hall of Famer, Dan Marino ate here for many years. Since it was such a local tradition, my husband suggested I include it in my photos of...

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  • Buddakan

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    Of the many Stephen Starr restaurants in town (most are within a few blocks), this and the Continental appear to be the most popular. If you don't make a reservation a week or two in advance, expect to be offered nothing but 5pm or 10pm. The interior is very cool, with a waterwall near the entrance, serene white curtains, tall ceilings, faces on...

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  • LuLu's Noodle Shop and Yum Wok

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Pittsburgh Restaurants

    It's been several weeks since we went to Lulu's and we keep pining over the delicious food. I'd go back to Pittsburgh just to eat at this restaurant. Everything we had was made from scratch with great care. The egg rolls are amazing!!! Don't leave without having one or two. Everything we had was very good.

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  • Alma de Cuba

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    Imagine chic modern decor, fabulous lighting and cozy seating. Picture it during a major blizzard and top it off with Cuban inspired cuisine. Sounds too good to be true, doesn't it? Well, that was my experience at Alma de Cuba. I'm half Cuban so I was particularly excited to try this restaurant and it did not disappoint. Muy rico! I had a spinach...

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  • Lidia's

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Pittsburgh Restaurants

    The owner has restuarants in New York and Kansas City. The wait staff is well coached. Do not let the room overwhelm you with slate dividers and glass chandeliers that resemble grape bunches. Lidia would feel insulted if you did not drink wine. She's very Italian. Try the lemon chicken. Excellent! And try the house salad. All the soups are first...

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  • Continental

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    Book ahead - this is a popular and busy venue. We had to wait for some 30 minutes. The service is good, but they can be over attentive from time to time. Good portions and menu choice - professional and young staff. try a mix of menu items - please note some of them are quite small.

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  • Joe Mama's

    4 out of 5 stars

    Pittsburgh Restaurants

    Joe Mama's is kind of a throwback to the 1950's place with a diner feel and old black and white photos of actors and singers lining the walls. Their specialty is Italian food, but their bar was busy serving lots of American beer on the afternoon we arrived to get out of the cold. We just had some coffee and their french fries with rosemary... which...

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  • The City Tavern

    5 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    We wanted to dine at the City Tavern for dinner because we wanted to keep with the historic theme of our day. The original City Tavern was built in 1773. It hosted the likes of George Washington and other notables of the 18th century. Taverns were where business was conducted and social connections were made. The present City Tavern, a replica...

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  • EatnPark

    4 out of 5 stars

    Pittsburgh Restaurants

    Eat n' Park restaurants are an institution in the Pittsburgh area, but you can only find them in Pennsylvania, much to our dismay. When we journied from New Jersey to Pittsburgh, we often stopped at one along the way. Eat n' Park offers great salad bars and good old home cooking--the food is hearty, satisfying and reasonably priced. However,...

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  • Morimoto's

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    When a restaurant is as striking at Morimoto's is, you wonder if the food will be as spectacular. And for the most part it was. Surprisingly the only disappointment for me was the sushi. I am sure that the soft silky tuna and mackerel were the very best, but they kind of disappeared into the rice. The unagi was the sole exception. The rice was...

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  • Cuba Libre

    4 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    When we first arrived at the restaurant we sat at the bar to wait for the rest of our party. The bartender was very friendly and helped me decide on a mojito from their extensive specialty cocktail list. I went with the Pomegranate Mojito, which was quite good, I was reminded why I don't drink in Philly after receiving the check for $24.20 which...

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  • Moshulu Restaurant & Bar

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    This is one of the most unusual restaurants in Philadelphia. This clipper ship, launched in 1904, is the largest of its kind still afloat. It travelled all over the world, hauling all kinds of cargoes. Restored in 1968, it was towed here and opened as a restaurant in 1975. Damaged by fire, it was restored again and re-opened in 2003. The food is...

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  • Rock Lobster

    3 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    I have been here only for drinks with friend and listened to the live music, so I can't talk about the food. But, everyone I know loves the seafood here. I enjoyed the view of the Ben Franklin bridge and the atmosphere. very nice. The restaurant is not open year round.. it is closed in the winter months. Hours Of Operation: Mid-April thru...

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  • Dave & Buster's Restaurant

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    It is not about the food! You go there for the entertainment. Video games, Billiards, Interactive games. This playground is not just for kids. It is high energy, noisey and fun if you can take it! Ribs were good.

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  • Petit Four Pastry Studio

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    UPDATE: Petit Fours is now closed. This place is now a great cheese shop! Philly is loaded with great little morning coffee shops, but this place is more than that. Definitely a treat to get your day off right, but it's open all day, so don't forget to come back in the evening when the selection is all new! Fresh strawberries dipped in three...

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  • Le Bec Fin

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    Sure, it's an institution, the 5 star (we don't have Michelin grading in the US) French "best in Philadelphia", "best on the East Coast, etc restaurant... Chef/owner Georges Perrier (no relation to the water brokers) almost had a heart attack when he temporarily lost the 5th star, and has made renovations, etc to brush off the cobwebs. Mind you,...

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  • White Dog Cafe

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    I have a warm spot in my heart for the White Dog Cafe for several reasons. First, I went to the bar quite often, years ago, while I was getting my Masters Degree at Penn, and had many a philosophical discussion with my best friend, who also was a student. I can't even imagine how many plates of nachos we polished off (and how many beers). Second,...

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  • 20 Mannings

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    Twenty Manning, creatively named after its street address, is one of the best restaurants I've tried in Philadelphia. Located just a block or two southwest of Rittenhouse Square, it offers fine dining at high but fair prices. We attending a wedding rehearsal here, and the group menu was excellent. It offered six or eight appetizers, as many...

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  • China Town

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    Imperial Inn is a relatively famous and old restaurant in the Philadelphia Chinatown that made the Best of Philly in 1961. During lunch, Imperial Inn serves dim sum. I ate here both lunch and dinner of the same day; lunch was good, but dinner wasn't quite so tasty. Service isn't bad but could be better; generally, there are too many tourists here...

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  • ~~POD~~

    4 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    What makes this restaurant special is the decor and atmosphere that surrounds it. It's a combination of 2001 A Space Odyssey meets Austin Powers. The seating area next to the bar is basically a series of red cushioned blocks, while the bathrooms are unisex with lights next to the doors that are either lit red or green to show you if anyone is in...

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  • Brigid's

    5 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    Unbelievable!! Very tiny but just keeps growing on you. The first time that I was ever in this place acemj took me there for lunch. He had to go back to work and then we were going out that evening so I decided to just hang out at Bridgid's for part of the afternoon. They do have a website, which surprised me because they are actually rather small...

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  • Spasso

    4 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    Nice atomosphere. Open ktichen. Bar is quiet and cozy. Decent wine selection. Outdoor seating available during the warmer months. Private dining area available for large groups. Mussels and Gnocchi are delicious! Mussels are in a white wine sauce but they toss in a few tomatoes to make it different and even tastier! Gnocchi is homemade and in a...

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  • La Cazuelas

    4 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    This restaurant offers a cozy place to enjoy good mexican food. With about 8 tables, the place is small but it offers a great vibe. My boyfriend took me there (he used to live in Phily) and I loved it. They have a menu of authentic mexican food, no liquor is offered but it is BYOB (Bring your own beer). The staff were very friendly and the portions...

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  • FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY

    4 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    One of Philly's best and long kept secret eateries...well, it is not entirely secret but it is not trendy. Fri Sat Sun has been around for many years and wil hopefully be around for many more. The food is always fresh, the service is wonderful, and the wine is more reasonably priced than many other restaurants. What I like best is the ambiance -...

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  • Monk's Cafe

    4 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    Great brew-pub with an excellent choice of beers, ales, lambics, etc. with tasty food to boot. Traditional looking inside, dark, cosy and pub-like. Pommes Frites: Yukon gold fries with a dipping sauce of bourbon-mayonnaise. The mussels are very good too, and I'm not even fond of mussels!

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  • Susanna Foo

    5 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    I've often heard that Susanna Foo revolutionized fusion cuisine. I finally went here for my birthday this year and was very impressed. The service was impeccable and the atmosphere is very intimate even though it can seat a large number of people. Truly, the food and drink was the shining star. Everything was absolutely perfect. My stepfather kept...

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  • Broad Street Diner

    3 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    This is a newly reopened Diner in South Philly. I used to enjoy lunches there on a regular basis. But it was recently bought by Melrose Diner's owners and reopened undoer the new management, referbished and all around freshened up. The place is beautiful but they are no longer the same comfortable diner I remember. The booths are so cramped that...

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  • Astral Plane

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    A long story. If you are out here for a dinner tip, skip this tip. This is all about airplane history. We encounterd this restaurant on our way to a wedding party and going over the old route 1 North East of Philly. At one moment in time in my ignorance I put this restaurant to the Astral Plane restaurant (the only plane restaurant in the Philly...

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  • Cosi...

    4 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    I have some time before boarding my train to Atlantic City so opted to grab a bacon, chicken and cheese melt and a large coffee at Cosi within the 30th Street Station concourse. Bacon, chicken and cheese melt.

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  • Alyans

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    Alyan's is a very small eat-in/take-out restaurant with extremely reasonable prices. Seating is extremely limited to about 10 tables, try to get one of the tables in the back room, which is pictured here. Service is quick, prices are great and food is good. Menu is very limited, but what they have is good. Alyan's is open 7 days a week. BYOB. Out...

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  • Plough & the Stars

    4 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    My favorite bar in the city. And with good reason. It's not too young, not too old, not too stuffy and uptight, but not a dive bar... it's juuuuuust right. Good mussels and Irish bread. The Burgers and traditional Irish Breakfast are good on a Saturday or Sunday for Brunch. They now have a large tv for watching football. I believe the building...

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  • Gianna's Grille

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    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 out to contain casein, a milk protein, they claimed they had switched to a supplier and didn't know the cheese contained casein. They also claimed...

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  • The Irish Pub

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    The Irish Pub in Philadelphia is a cross between a traditional Irish Pub and a neighborhood bar. Their prices a re pretty low for Philadelphia, but they keep them down by offering a generic "pub stout" rather than a Guinness, for example. We sat in the back next to one of their big TVs, so we could watch college football while we enjoyed our...

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  • Vetri

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    Vetri Small, intimate setting is conducive to romance. It's located in an elegant brick row-house. The owner, Mark Vetri, will ensure a wonderful dining experience. Over 400 bottles on the wine list! VERY EXPENSIVE!!!! Menu is ever-changing. Try Spinach Gnocchi with Shaved Smoked Ricotta and Brown Butter. mmmmm!

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  • Copabanana

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    They chill the drink in a shaker, give you a glass as well as the shaker and the rest "as they say" is history. Every Monday the Copa has a very happy hour, with its famous half-price Margaritas from 4-7pm Steaks, Fries and Margaritas...it's a South Street restaurant that manages to be many things to most people. Fries, burgers, beers, Tex-Mex lite...

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  • Ariana Restaurant

    4 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    Ariana is an unusual restaurant, specializing in cuisine from Afghanistan and other nearby countries. The atmosphere is unpretentious and friendly but nice enough for a date or special dinner. A good adventurous eat!

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  • Benny the Bum's Crabhouse and Bar

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    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 signage, and collectible memorabilia. Try any of the seafood items and you won't go wrong.

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  • SoHo Pizza

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Philadelphia Restaurants

    This place is awful. I strongly encourage you NOT to go here.  The pizza is overpriced and not good at all.  I have never been to a late night dump of a pizza place with so many rules. The staff is obnoxious and show no respect for their guests.  It takes forever to get your food.  The three "bouncers" are completely unprofessional and the way they...

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