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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Django

526 S. 4th St. (South St.) Send to Phone
215-922-7151
Seasonal, regional New American cuisine at this BYOB that has style to spare.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Django Restaurant Review

: Django has been synonymous with outstanding seasonal cuisine, gracious service and sweet surroundings since the little storefront opened in the late ’90s, one of the first of the still-going-strong BYOB boom. All who loved the original restaurant agreed that owner Bryan Sikora and his wife, Aimee Olexy, would be a tough act to follow. Current chef-owner Ross Essner has truly stepped up to the plate, even adding “real” wine glasses to please the oenophile regulars. The flowerpot bread is unchanged, and the monthly menu still credits local farms and purveyors for the seasonally driven cuisine, which might include dishes such as scallops with lentils, duck breast with blackberries, and paella. The famed cheese plate remains.



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