The culinary scene in Philly is true that gift, from pizza joints to small plates and local essentials like the iconic cheesecake. Take a look at our picks for the best places to eat in Philadelphia.
Nobody makes it quite like grandma, which is no more true than at this restaurant serving Northern Thai fare with fresh, locally sourced ingredients.
Her Place is the always changing, always welcoming dinner party we didn’t know we needed.
For the most fancy of occasions, consider a night of fine dining at this sky-scraping French restaurant from Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
Slavic-inspired European dishes are the heart of Restaurant Aleksandar, which elevates an already-warm atmosphere with statement artwork and story-forward dishes.
Tulip Pasta & Wine Bar
Tulip Wine Bar has been quick to charm Philly diners thanks to its intimate, neighborly atmosphere and grade-A supply of Italian-focused fare and perfect companion wines.
Vegan paradise Pietramala is a produce-first kind of place, focusing solely on produce from in and around Pennsylvania.
Paulie Gee’s Soul City Slice
Too often the best pizza in Philly can be notoriously hard to order, and often require a bit of planning ahead of time.
Chef Alexandra Holt is offering an eight-course dinner tasting menu that is always in flux, following no one type of cuisine but always sharing a thread of innovation.
Fitz on 4th
Another vegan-friendly spot is moving into town, this time with plant-based Fitz on 4th taking over the previous Fitz and Starts space.