105 "Walk-Ins" restaurants in Philadelphia.
Martha in Kensington has the three things we wish every bar had: a nice patio, great cocktails, and way better food than you’d expect.
Palizzi Social Club is a members-only spot in East Passyunk. It’s hard to get a membership, but it’s worth it since the Italian food is so good.
Fitz And Starts is an all-day spot in Queen Village where you’ll go for breakfast, stick around until lunch, and consider coming back for dinner.
Pod in West Philly looks like the inside of a spaceship and serves a mix of Chinese and Japanese dishes.
White Dog Cafe is a spot near Penn that has good drinks and a solid Happy Hour, but you don’t need to go for a full dinner.
The Good King Tavern in Bella Vista serves French pub food that’s way better than what you’ll find at your average neighborhood tavern.
Tredici Enoteca is a wine bar in Midtown Village that has a big, inexpensive wine list and solid small plates.
Nick’s is a sports bar in Old City with above average bar food and an oddly entertaining fish tank behind the bar.
Rangoon is a Burmese place in Chinatown that’s good for sharing a bunch of family-style dishes with a big group.
Milkboy is an all-day cafe and music venue on South Street that also serves Jim’s cheesesteaks.
Mike’s BBQ is a tiny barbecue spot in South Philly with some of the best smoked meat in the city.
Blue Corn is a Mexican spot in the Italian Market with solid margaritas and some really great tacos.
Bar Amis is an offshoot of Amis Trattoria that serves solid pasta and antipasti dishes in the Navy Yard.
Oregon Diner has a full bar and is open 24/7. For late night food after an Eagles game, there’s nowhere better (or cheaper).
Pho Ha Saigon is a very large, very casual Vietnamese spot in South Philly, right by the stadiums.