28 "Fine Dining" restaurants in Philadelphia.
Vetri is expensive, completely over the top, and possibly the best restaurant in Philadelphia.
Vernick is one of the best restaurants in Philly, with a formal dining room upstairs and a more casual bar below.
Zahav is an Israeli restaurant in Old City/Society Hill that’s become a Philly institution.
Hiroki is a dark sushi restaurant in Fishtown with a 9-course omakase menu for $135.
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.
Townsend is a little French place in East Passyunk that’s perfect for a fourth or 15th date.
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.
Alpen Rose is a small steakhouse in Midtown Village that looks like the inside of a retired Harvard professor’s personal library.
Morimoto is a sushi place in Old City that’s super expensive, so you should save it for a special occasion or when someone else is paying.
Butcher & Singer is a steakhouse in Center City where you should go when someone else is picking up the tab.
When you want to eat a steak inside of a bank vault, go to Del Frisco’s.
The Center City location of Davio’s is the original one, and it’s a mix between a fancy Italian restaurant and a kitschy steakhouse.