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Bridget Foy's South Street Grill Restaurant Review: The bistro atmosphere of dark green banquettes, surrounding mirrors and marble tables is relaxed and casual. The windows are large enough to bring the outside in if you don’t want to sit curbside to view the passing parade. Nearly everyone comes by this busy corner, including horse-drawn carriages carting tourists through historic Society Hill. Start with Korean barbecue duck tacos or crispy calamari, then move on to dishes such as bourbon-glazed pork chops or tender meatloaf with crimini mushroom gravy. A trio of hummus, an array of salads, butternut squash risotto and an eggplant napoleon will please the vegetarians in the crowd. Seasonal fruit desserts such as cobblers and sorbets are always fine. Check out the fetching paintings in the dining room---most are by Bernadette Foy, who opened the restaurant with her husband John back in the 70s. Their daughter Bridget, for whom the restaurant is named, now helps run the show.