225 S 18th St.
Open Tues-Thurs 11am-11pm; Fri, Sat 11am-mindight; Sun, Mon 11am-10pm.
The menu at this Rittenhouse Square fish house changes constantly to reflect the fresh seafood brought in daily from both coasts – Maryland crabcakes to San Francisco-style shellfish cioppino.
215 S 15th St.
Open Mon-Wed, 11am-1am; Thurs-Sat, 11am-2am; Sun, 11am-12am.
Unique Historic Location…Exceptional Value…Fun and Professional Service… Applebee’s on 15th Street is located in Center City Philadelphia (between Walnut & Locust) which makes it a very convenient location for people both in and outside of the Philadelphia area to host an event. We are within minutes of the Convention Center, the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Betsy Ross House, Museums and many more historic sites! Enjoy our new Pick ‘N Pair lunch combos starting at $5.99 along with sizzling steaks, signature salads, sandwiches, burgers, kid’s menu and delicious desserts.
Porta lifted its name from an old Italian proverb which translates to “The door is always open>” They’re committed to the art of authentic Neapolitan pizza making. They offer a dozen different Neapolitan pies from ovens made in Naples, plus salads, pastas, risotto, and housemade cheeses. Craft cocktails, wine by the glass and craft beers too! Open Mon-Thu noon to 11pm, Fri noon-2am, Sat 11am-2am, Sun 11am-11pm.
1214 Sansom St.
Open 7 days. Kitchen open til midnight every night.
Nestled in the heart of Center City, Fergie’s Pub is home to all the best of a real Irish Pub: warm, friendly atmosphere and the best Guinness on tap in the city. Recently voted the Best Neighborhood Bar in Philadelphia, Fergie’s is the perfect place to unwind with friends. The traditional Irish menu includes favorites such as shepherd’s pie, fish and chips and burgers sure to please. Tuesday and Thursday nights showcase the local favorite Quizo game. A variety of live music can be seen here Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at no charge. Close proximity to the Convention Center and the Marriott.
Come visit one of Philly’s most anticipated new restaurants – a sprawling renovation of an early 20th century bank building, focused on non-regional American BBQ, a farm-to-table vegetable selection of small plates and salads. and 34 drafts with over 100 whiskeys – all from independent American craft producers.
Newly opened Foo Kitchen is the latest venture of George Pan. This brick and mortar offshoot of his popular Foo Truck offers a new twist on Asian cuisine. You’ll find the much beloved FOO-rritos and chocolate covered cake balls, as well as an expanded menu offering delicious noodle and rice entrees, flavorful appetizers, and a fun fusion breakfast/brunch selection offered daily. Conveniently located in the Callowhill district, 2 blocks from the convention center. Host your private event here. Seating capacity up to 45 people. Please inquire about delivery and event catering. Open Monday-Friday 7am-7pm, Saturday and Sunday 9am-4pm (evenings by request).
1800 Market Street Philadelphia 215/790-1515 and 220 N. Gulph Rd., King of Prussia, 610/992-1818.
At Ruth’s Chris, your last bite is just as good as your first. Perfectly seasoned and broiled at 1,800 degrees, each cut of USDA Prime beef we serve arrives cooked to perfection and sizzling on a 500 degree plate – just the way Ruth liked it. Serving lunch Monday-Friday 11:30am-3pm, Happy Hour Mon-Fri 4:30-6:30, and dinner Mon-Thu 4:30-10pm, Fri & Sat 4:30-11pm, Sun 4-30-9pm.
In 2008 we had a very simple vision; let’s make an awesome burger and use the best organic, all-natural and sustainable ingredients. Now, years later, we are lucky enough to serve communities around the globe, and our vision remains as simple at it started. For your burger, choose from beef, turkey, and even bison. Try the fried chicken and grilled chicken sandwiches. Or try the Impossible Burger, 100% vegan (although if you taste it, you won’t believe it!) and many other gluten free and vegetarian/vegan options such as the Beyond Burger, Sweet Potato Patty, and Quinoa Burger. Offering seasonal craft cocktails, a rotating wine list, plus a large selection of rotating draft beers with an emphasis on local brewers such as Yards, Evil Genius, PBC and Neshaminy Creek. Open Mon-Thu 11:30am-10pm, Fri & Sat 11:30am-11pm, Sun 11:30am-9pm.
A nostalgic and eclectic restaurant and bar in the heart of Center City, Franky Bradley’s serves up a feast for the senses. Great craft beer and cocktails, as well as a unique wine list compliment an engaging menu. Items such as Lobster Pierogies, a Duck Cuban Sandwich and a Cider Braised Lamb Shank are just some of the unique takes on classics you’ll find at extremely reasonable prices. The full menu is served every day until 1am. On the weekends, the second floor club offers DJs, bands and dancing. Open daily at 5pm.
258 S 15th St.
With amazing drinks, food and music, Howl at the Moon is truly the Dueling Piano Bar That Rocks! Howl’s entertainers perform nightly on pianos, guitars and more in a high energy show that never stops. From 80’s rock to today’s hits: you say it, they’ll play it. Planning an event? Howl at the Moon can host your next gathering no matter how big or small. Already have a venue lined up? Howl can bring the show to you with Howl 2 Go!