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9.4
Candis R. McLean
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9.2
Candis R. McLean
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9.0
Candis R. McLean
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9.0
Team Infatuation
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9.0

Pizzeria Beddia

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PHL Review

La Chinesca

La Chinesca in Spring Garden has a solid Happy Hour full of things like quesabirria tacos and Tijuana street dogs.

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PHL Review

Jean-Georges

Jean-Georges is an expensive French restaurant on the top floor of the Four Seasons with panoramic views of the city.

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PHL Guide

The 10 Most Exciting Dinner Spots In Philly Right Now

A night out at one of these places, whether it’s for a catch-up with a friend or an impressive date night, feels overwhelmingly of the moment.

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8.2

PHL Review

I Heart Cambodia

South Philly's I Heart Cambodia works great for a solo meal or a group lunch full of crunchy whole fish, papaya salads, and spring rolls with jumbo shrimp.

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9.0

PHL Review

Laser Wolf

Laser Wolf is an excellent Israeli grill in Kensington from the people behind Zahav.

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9.0

PHL Review

Barclay Prime

As long as you’re prepared to spend a lot, go to Barclay Prime for the best steaks in Philly.

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9.4

PHL Review

Vetri

Vetri in Washington Square West is expensive, completely over the top, and the best restaurant in Philadelphia.

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8.7

PHL Review

Laurel

Laurel is a tasting-menu spot in East Passyunk that’s perfect for celebrating something big.

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8.9

PHL Review

Pizza Shackamaxon

You should stop by Fishtown's Pizza Shackamaxon for a couple big, floppy, and cheesy slices and some excellent tomato pies on any day of the week.

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9.2

PHL Review

Zahav

Zahav is an Israeli restaurant in Society Hill that's a Philly institution and a celebratory spot to have some silky hummus, fluffy laffa bread, and tender cuts of meat.

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8.4

PHL Review

Vedge

Vedge in Midtown Village is one of the best places to eat vegetables in the city.

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7.4

PHL Review

The Dandelion

Rittenhouse's The Dandelion has everything from fish and chips to a massive Sunday roast, making it the only British pub you should visit in town.

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PHL Guide

The First Timer’s Guide To Eating & Drinking In Philadelphia

A complete guide to eating and drinking your way through your first visit to Philly.

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PHL Review

The Franklin Fountain

The Franklin Fountain is a throwback ice cream parlor in Old City where you can get scoops of things like cotton candy, pistachio, and peanut butter in Chinese takeout boxes.

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8.9

PHL Review

Hiroki

Head to Hiroki in Fishtown for an intimate night of sushi with a 9-course omakase menu for $155 and a long sake list.

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PHL Review

Vernick Fish

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.

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PHL Review

Condesa

Condesa is an excellent, upscale Mexican restaurant in the lobby of the Pod Hotel.

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8.2

PHL Review

Perla

Perla is a Filipino BYOB in East Passyunk where you should try the kamayan feast, or go for a casual date.

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8.7

PHL Review

Alpen Rose

Alpen Rose is a small steakhouse in Midtown Village that looks like the inside of a retired Harvard professor’s personal library.

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8.4

PHL Review

Circles + Squares

Even though you might wait a while at Circles + Squares in Olde Richmond, it’s worth it to get the best pizza in Philly.