28 "Fine Dining" restaurants in Philadelphia.
Even though we're convinced that Cicala is located in a haunted hotel, we still want to go and eat pasta at this spot on North Broad.
Located on the bottom floor of the newest Comcast Tower, a meal at seafood spot Vernick Fish is a perfect choice for almost any situation.
June BYOB is a tiny French spot on East Passyunk that’s good for a date night.
Wm. Mulherin’s Sons is an Italian restaurant in Fishtown where you should go for a date or a nicer-than-usual weeknight dinner.
Hiroki is a dark sushi restaurant in Fishtown with a 9-course omakase menu for $135.
Jean-Georges is an expensive French restaurant on the top floor of the Comcast tower with panoramic views of the city.
Alpen Rose is a small steakhouse in Midtown Village that looks like the inside of a retired Harvard professor’s personal library.
Ambra is the partner restaurant to Southwark, but the Queen Village spot is much smaller, and only offers a four-course prix fixe menu.
Dock’s is a fancy seafood spot in Atlantic City that’s good for special occasions.
Stefano’s is a fine-dining, BYOB spot on Long Beach Island where you can get great Italian or seafood, or both.
The Gables is the fanciest spot on Long Beach Island, and the attractive space in a 19th century bed and breakfast is great for special occasions.
Townsend is a little French place in Rittenhouse that’s perfect for a fourth or 15th date.
Laurel is a tasting menu spot in East Passyunk that’s perfect for celebrating something big.
As long as you’re prepared to spend a lot, go to Barclay Prime for the best steaks in Philly.
Butcher & Singer is a steakhouse in Center City where you should go when someone else is picking up the tab.