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7.4

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Fabrika

Fabrika is a Fishtown spot serving up homemade pasta, often hosts live cabaret and jazz performances and drag brunches.

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Olea

Olea is a seafood-focused Mediterranean BYOB with a cozy dining room where you can share mussels, branzino, and octopus during date night.

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7.9

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Spice Finch

Spice Finch is a Mediterranean spot in Rittenhouse that’s great for everything from a client dinner to drinks at the bar.

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8.2

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Stina Pizzeria

Stina is technically a pizzeria, but the best things here are their Mediterranean dishes.

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8.3

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Cafe La Maude

Cafe La Maude in NoLibs serves Lebanese and French food and has a very popular weekend brunch.

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7.8

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Charley Dove

Audrey Claire is a Mediterranean spot in Rittenhouse and it’s one of our favorite BYOBs in the area.

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Musi

Musi is an Israeli-inspired BYOB in Pennsport with a seasonal menu that uses almost entirely local ingredients.

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Mama’s Vegetarian

Mama’s is a vegetarian, kosher shop with great falafel that usually has a line around the block during lunch hours.

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7.7

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Renata’s Kitchen

Renata’s Kitchen is an all-day brunch spot in University City with a Mediterranean-leaning menu.

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Aksum

Aksum is a Mediterranean BYOB in West Philly that’s good for a healthy weeknight dinner.

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8.0

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Dizengoff

Dizengoff in Center City is basically the fast-casual version of Zahav, with the same great hummus, but without the two-month wait.

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Where To Go When You Can’t Get Into Zahav

Can’t get a reservation at Zahav? Neither can we. Here are some places that are almost as good.