61 "Literally Everyone" restaurants in Philadelphia.
Eating tongue is fun every once in a while. But you're usually looking for something just as memorable, and way more crowd pleasing. Here are the restaurants that will satisfy (and impress) your artsy roommate, new mother-in-law, and everyone in between.
Casa Mexico is a small Italian Market spot from the people behind South Philly Barbacoa.
Mayflower is a small, cash-only bakery in Chinatown with 90-cent chicken curry turnovers that you need to try.
Royal Tavern is a corner bar in Bella Vista with food that’s a little more interesting than your average pub.
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.
K’Far is an all-day Israeli cafe from the people who run Zahav, and while it’s better known for breakfast, it also serves an excellent dinner.
Emmy Squared serves Detroit-style pan pizzas and also has one of the best burgers in the city.
Bassett’s is the oldest ice cream shop in Philadelphia, and it makes super creamy flavors inside Reading Terminal Market.
Pizzeria Beddia is a sit-down pizza spot in Fishtown with arguably the best pizza in the city, plus a natural wine list and excellent soft serve.
Lovelandtown in Bay Head is the perfect place to stop for lunch and pick up some weekend groceries on your way to or from the beach.
You’ll have to wait in line for Springer’s, but the 50 homemade ice cream flavors are worth it.
Circle Pizza is pretty much the only place you want to get pizza from if you’re in Avalon or Stone Harbor.
Kohr Brothers is a classic soft serve spot on the Ocean City boardwalk with a long list of twist combos.
Voltaco’s is a take-out-only Italian spot in Ocean City where you’ll find some of the best hoagies and chicken parm around.
It’s nearly impossible to get into Steve & Cookie’s, but if you can it’s one of the best places to eat down the shore.