45 "People Watching" restaurants in Philadelphia.
David’s Mai Lai Wah is a restaurant in Chinatown that’s the biggest late-night-hangout spot in the city.
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.
The Rival Bros location on Spruce Street is a coffee shop that’s a great place to get work done near Rittenhouse Square.
The roast pork sandwich from DiNic’s is the best thing you can eat at Reading Terminal Market
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.
Dock’s is a fancy seafood spot in Atlantic City that’s good for special occasions.
Chef Vola’s is an old-school Italian spot in Atlantic City that’s straight out of Boardwalk Empire.
Baan Thai is a small BYOB in Schmidt Commons that has lots of outdoor seating in the summer.
The Penn Museum is a gorgeous old building on Penn’s campus filled with lots of relics, and it has a particularly nice garden to sit outside in.
Every summer, Philadelphia Horticulture Society creates a few pop-up beer gardens around the city. This is one of them.
Spruce Street Harbor Park is a seasonal beer garden that has hammocks, a floating garden barge, and a bunch of food vendors.
Mercato is an Italian BYOB in Washington Square West that has a ton of outdoor seating in the summer.
Stratus is the loungey rooftop bar on top of the Hotel Monaco in Old City.
Tradesman's is a two-story sports bar that serves classic BBQ dishes like brisket and tri-tip.
Come to Dock Street for the personal pizzas and outdoor day drinking during the summer.