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Where To Eat And Drink On South Street

South Street’s a weird place, but it’s got some great restaurants and bars. These are the 15 best spots.

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Where To Eat And Drink On South Street

South Street’s a weird place, but it’s got some great restaurants and bars. These are the 15 best spots.

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7.4

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Nora’s Kitchen

South Street's Nora’s Kitchen has a lineup of tacos, tortas, and burritos that are the best in the neighborhood. Come here on a casual weeknight that you want to end with some sugary churros.

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Viet Bistro

At Viet Bistro you can choose from brothy soups, dumplings, steamed rice dishes, vegetarian combination dishes, and $6 bành mí on any casual weeknight that you stop by.

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Entree BYOB

At Entree BYOB you can expect a seasonal menu full of pastas, seafood, and steaks. Come here for an early in the game date night or dinner with your parents.

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Bistro Southeast

Bistro Southeast on South Street is a place where you can come on a casual weeknight and bite into some spring rolls and a few rice, spicy curry, and warm chicken phở dishes.

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8.2

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Rex At The Royal

Stop by Rex at the Royal on South Street for Southern dishes, live music, and a romantic or celebratory meal.

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7.4

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Sophie’s Kitchen

South Philly’s Sophie’s Kitchen might have the crunchiest chicken in the city. Head to the Cambodian for jumbo wings with crackly skin and lots of dipping sauces.

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8.0

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Jim’s South St.

Jim’s is a classic cheesesteak shop on South Street that has a line around the block at pretty much any time of day.

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8.4

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Federal Donuts

For donuts and chicken, go to Federal Donuts on South Street. It's great for a quick meal, or on a day where you want some of the best wings in Philly.

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MilkBoy

Milkboy is an all-day cafe and music venue on South Street that also serves Jim’s cheesesteaks.

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Little Spoon Cafe

Little Spoon Cafe is one of the best - and more low-key - options for breakfast and brunch in Grad Hospital.

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Serpico

Serpico on South Street is a good date spot with a nice bar and really pretty shared plates.

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Sansom Kabob House

Sansom Kebab House is an Afghan restaurant on South Street that has great ashak dumplings.

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Wine Dive

Wine Dive on South Street combines the best parts of a dive bar and a wine bar.

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Andy’s Chicken

Andy’s makes the best Korean fried chicken on South Street.

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7.3

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Ishkabibble’s Eatery

Ishkabibble’s is a cheesesteak spot with two different locations on South Street.

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Big Gay Ice Cream

Big Gay is an ice cream chain from New York with excellent chocolate-dipped soft serve.

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Jet Wine Bar

Jet Wine Bar on South Street is the best place in the neighborhood to drink and buy natural wine.

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7.3

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Lorenzo & Sons Pizza

Lorenzo & Sons is a counter-service pizza spot with enormous slices on South Street that’s open late.

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Jet Wine Garden

Jet Wine Garden is an outdoor bar made out of an empty lot next to a wine store. In a good way.