92 "Classic Establishment" restaurants in Philadelphia.
For over 40 years, Byrne’s Tavern has been a go-to place for bar food in Port Richmond.
David’s Mai Lai Wah is a restaurant in Chinatown that’s the biggest late-night-hangout spot in the city.
Kilimandjaro is a casual Senegalese spot in a West Philly strip mall that’s great for lunch or dinner.
Tom’s Dim Sum in Chinatown is the best alternative when there’s a long wait at Dim Sum Garden.
Kamal’s in Reading Terminal Market has great falafel sandwiches and smoothies.
The roast pork sandwich from DiNic’s is the best thing you can eat at Reading Terminal Market
Carmen’s has one of the better Italian hoagies in Reading Terminal Market.
Beiler’s has some of the best doughnuts in the city - including an amazing blueberry fritter.
Termini Bros in Reading Terminal Market has great baked goods and pastries - especially cookies and cannolis.
Go to Miller’s Twist inside Reading Terminal for a pretzel-covered hot dog.
Dutching Eating Place is the best sit-down breakfast spot in Reading Terminal Market.
Smucker’s is a stand in Reading Terminal Market with great breakfast and roast beef sandwiches.
Bassett’s is the oldest ice cream shop in Philadelphia, and it makes super creamy flavors inside Reading Terminal Market.
The Rib Stand is a small counter spot in Reading Terminal Market with really good dry-rubbed ribs.