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Academy of Natural Sciences Museum

Adults $19.95–$21.95. Children(2-12) $15.95–$17.95, seniors, & military with I.D. $16.95–$18.95. Prices subject to change. The Academy is a leading natural history museum dedicated to advancing research, education, and public engagement in biodiversity and environmental science. Enjoy 4 floors of interactive exhibits, come face-to-face with T.Rex, take a stroll in a tropical garden filled with butterflies, and see live animals up close.

Picanha Brazilian Steakhouse

Picanha Brazilian Steakhouse offers a truly authentic Brazilian steakhouse experience. Enjoy our gourmet hot and cold salad bar, full of traditional Brazilian dishes, while our gauchos expertly carve each cut of delicious meat for you table-side. During lunch service, guests have the option of enjoying our salads/cuts by the pound or our full lunch rodizio.

  • Art Museum & Fairmount
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  • East Passyunk Ave
  • Gayborhood
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  • South Philly
  • South Street
  • University City
  • Manayunk
  • Philly Suburbs
  • South Jersey


This “Northern Italian Steakhouse” brings a deliciously unique flair to a city famous for its Italian restaurants. Davio’s offers exquisite food, expertly prepared and presented in a grandly historic ambience. The restaurant has already gained popularity as a prime spot for both “Power Breakfast” and “Business Lunch” among the Philadelphia business community. Dinner also brings local and national luminaries from all walks of life on a regular basis. Reservations suggested for main dining room.

Sate Kampar

One of the most acclaimed restaurants in Philadelphia, Sate Kampar was a semifinalist for the prestigious James Beard Award in 2017, and this year was named one of the Top 50 restaurants in the area by Philadelphia Magazine. Chef Angelina Branca hails from the Malaysian town of Kampar and has brought an authentic taste of her culture to Philadelphia. House specialties include Rendang Daging: braised beef in spices and coconut cream, and slow-cooked for 6 hours. Or try their Sate: marinated meat skewered and grilled over coconut charcoal, available in chicken, beef, goat or tofu (vegan). Open for dinner Wed-Mon (closed Tuesday) and for brunch Sat and Sun.

Craft Hall

Designed as an “Ode to Philly”, Craft Hall is an experiential dining and entertainment space housed in a 35,000 square foot warehouse. This Philly favorite includes an indoor playground for kids, games, and an outdoor Farm Yard with chickens and rabbits. The menu features American fare and is home to Mainstay Independent Brewery and Lost Bread Co. Bakery.

Victor Cafe

This "music lovers rendezvous‚ "has been family owned and operated since 1918 and features live opera performed7 nights a week. All ages come for Northern Italian cuisine ranging in price from $8-$30. Special events may be booked for lunch or dinner. Cocktail hours with hot and cold butlered hors d'oeuvres may be arranged. Come upstairs and visit our romantic lounge. Valet parking nightly.

Winnie’s Manayunk

Hip restaurant located on Main Street. The best crab cakes in town, interesting salads, great burgers, great selection of desserts and artisan breads. Outdoor seating available to watch the sights on Main Street. Serving Sunday brunch, breakfast, lunch and dinners. Casual yet interesting menu.