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Storied former home of Le Bec-Fin is transformed as a modern American restaurant.

Bank & Bourbon
Loews Philadelphia Hotel updates its restaurant with new takes on American classics and an extensive bourbon program.

Citron and Rose
Modern update on traditional Kosher cooking.

Greek seafood spot has the right stuff.

Estia Greek Taverna
Country cousin of an upscale Philly Greek taverna.

Estia Greek Taverna
Greek seafood favorite hits the Main Line.

The Fat Ham
Kevin Sbraga celebrates all things porcine at this Southern-style spot.

Federal Donuts
More fried chicken and donuts from the team behind Zahav.

Fitler Dining Room
Sophisticated American menu, décor elevate this neighborhood restaurant.

Vegan food for people who don't like tofu.

Indeblue Restaurant & Bar
Modern Indian cuisine in a hip setting.

Jet Wine Bar
Intimate neighborhood wine bar near the Avenue of the Arts.

Intimate storefront BYOB from "Top Chef" winner Nicholas Elmi.

Little Nonna's
Italian-American classics from the team behind Barbuzzo and Lolita.

Loco Pez
Funky Mexican joint keeps 'em coming back for cheap margaritas and tacos.

Luke's Lobster
A taste of Maine just off Rittenhouse Square.

Noord eetcafe
BYOB stands out with new-school versions of classic Northern European fare.

Pizzeria Beddia
Trendy pizza shop with no phone number makes one of Philly's most coveted pies.

Red Owl Tavern
Farm-to-table menu and a casual vibe set this hotel restaurant apart.

Rosa Blanca
Iron Chef Jose Garces offers his take on the classic Cuban diner.

Scoop DeVille
Beloved ice cream parlor known for its offbeat combos reopens in a different location.

Ambitious pan-Asian fare from restaurateur Stephen Starr and chef Peter Serpico.

Sky Cafe
Authentic Indonesian flavors in deep South Philly.

Talula's Daily
Farmhouse-style café offers fresh tastes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Second location of this popular café specializing in the wine, beer, cheese trifecta.

“Iron Chef” Jose Garces presents elaborate tasting menus that must be purchased in advance with tickets.


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