104 "American" Restaurants in Philadelphia.
Cadence is a BYOB in Fishtown with one of the best and most affordable prix fixe menus in the city.
Vernick is one of the best restaurants in Philly, with a formal dining room upstairs and a more casual bar below.
Jaxon is a neighborhood BYOB in Northern Liberties with a small, seasonal menu that’s great for both a special occasion or a casual weeknight dinner.
Hungry Pigeon is an all-day spot in Queen Village where you’ll go for breakfast, stick around until lunch, and consider coming back for dinner.
Laurel is a tasting menu spot in East Passyunk that’s perfect for celebrating something big.
Friday Saturday Sunday is a two-level American restaurant in Rittenhouse with a great bar that’s perfect for a night out with a few friends.
As long as you’re prepared to spend a lot, go to Barclay Prime for the best steaks in Philly.
Serpico on South Street is a good date spot with a nice bar and really pretty shared plates.
Fork is a big, seasonal American spot in Old City where you should go for a celebratory group dinner.
High Street on Market in Old City is a bakery/restaurant that works for just about any time of day.
Hearthside is an American BYOB in Collingswood that you’ll be happy you drove across the river for.
Front Street is an all-day spot in Fishtown with a big patio, affordable cocktails, and way better food than you’d expect.
If you live in Fishtown, Over Easy Breakfast Club is where you should spend every Saturday or Sunday morning.
Middle Child is a contemporary diner/deli in Midtown Village that serves breakfast and lunch every day but Monday.
There are a lot of places you can go for a cheesesteak in Philly, but John’s Roast Pork in South Philly is the best.