Category: Winter 2019

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. 

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Amtrak

The National Railroad Passenger Corporation, doing business as Amtrak, is a passenger railroad service that provides medium- and long-distance intercity service in the contiguous United States and to nine Canadian cities.

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Big Bus Company Philadelphia 

Hop on and hop off these double-decker buses as much as you like with the today and tomorrow pass, which also can be used for Philadelphia Trolley Works. Tours depart frequently from 5th and Market streets. Courtesy shuttle pickup from all Center City, Airport and City Line locations.

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Fare Restaurant and Bar

Fare is a restaurant and bar offering a variety of freshly prepared options while keeping our mission to use local, sustainable, organic, artisan and crafted foods. Our menu features American cuisine with many seafood options. For a quick bite, try our featured flatbreads, fresh cut Parmesan truffle fries, or crispy tuna roll. Enjoy perfectly prepared entrees including pasta, steak, and fresh fish with specials daily. Relax with one of our artfully made cocktails, or choose from our great selection of beer, wine and spirits. Dine on the patio to enjoy our unique vertical garden. 

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Franky Bradley’s

A nostalgic and eclectic restaurant and bar in the heart of Center City’s Midtown Village, Franky Bradley’s serves upa feast for the senses. Great craft beer and cocktails, as well as a unique wine list compliment an engaging menu. Items such as South Philly Perogies, a Duck Cuban Sandwich and house made creative pastas are just some of the unique takes on classics you’ll find. The full dinner menu is served late every day. Evenings in the club bring an eclectic mix of bands, burlesque, DJs and dancing.

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Bareburger

In 2019, after our doors have been open for a decade, we took a step back and looked at ourselves as a company.We looked beyond what we created, we reflected upon the journey that brought us here and explored ideas of where this path and our growth will lead. Our greatest strength has always been creating a menu with choices that feels good for everyone. We source mindfully, with our farmers, our environment and our guests in mind at all times. We now look to the future of food, and plant-based proteins are undoubtedly at the forefront of sustainability. Our menu is now half vegan; plant-based and more delicious than ever. What we eat is who we are, and at Bareburger, we celebrate everyone!

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Kitchen Kettle Village

Visit Kitchen Kettle Village where we’ve been spreading happiness for the past 65 years in Lancaster County. Discover 40 unique shops, restaurants and lodging built around a world famous canning kitchen. Enjoy horse drawn carriage rides, watch jams & jellies being made right before your eyes, taste award winning wines, shop a gallery of textile arts, watch cheese stretching, find brand names like Brighton, Ugg & much more.

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The Shops @ Rockvale

Over 60 brands to shop and 10 restaurants on site, there is something for everyone! Enjoy savings of up to 70% off in brands like Pottery Barn, West Elm, The Loft, Eagles Pro Shop and QVC. Check out www.shoprockvale.com for the most up to date information, hours and events. Located in the heart of Lancaster within minutes of downtown Lancaster, Dutch Wonderland and all Amish Attractions.

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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.

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The African American Museum

Located on the corner of 7th and Arch Streets in Old City Philadelphia. General admission is $14 for adults; $10 for children, students and seniors; free for members. The African American Museum in Philadelphia is the first institution built by a major U.S. city to house and interpret the life and work of African Americans. Experience the richness and vibrancy of African American heritage and culture come alive in four magnificent exhibition galleries filled with exciting history and fascinating art. View our permanent exhibit Audacious Freedom: African Americans in Philadelphia 1776-1876 and a rotating selection of fine art exhibitions in our upper galleries. For more information on upcoming programs and events visit our website www.aampmuseum.org.

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Miller’s Smorgasbord & Bakery

If you miss Miller’s, you miss Lancaster County. The area’s original smorgasbord restaurant features a full menu with specials starting at $8.99. Conveniently located near attractions and outlets on Rt 30, six miles east of Lancaster (GPS: 2811 Lincoln Hwy East, Ronks). Reservations, call ahead seating, and walk-ins are welcome 1-800-669-3568. Miller’s is PA Preferred, Reader’s Choice and ServSafe Award Winner. Get the whole story,

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AmishView Inn & Suites

Ranked #1 Lancaster County Hotel by TripAdvisor, and located in the heart of Lancaster’s Amish Country on an AAA Scenic Byway. Family-friendly, and Adults-only buildings. Complimentary hot country breakfast buffet, kitchenettes, incredible views & more. Entirely non-smoking. Indoor pool, fitness center, fireplaces, whirlpools, buggy rides, theater, food, shopping. Get the whole story at www.AmishViewInn.com

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Smokehouse BBQ + Brews at Plain & Fancy Farm

Featuring “Low+Slow” BBQ, house-made sauces, local brews and our most popular, traditional Lancaster County favorites. Our 10-acre property is also the only place where you can “find-it-all.” Get Buggy Ride, Homestead, Theater, Magic Lantern and Shopping COUPONS at www.PlainAndFancyFarm.com

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West Chester

Located in the heart of the scenic Brandywine Valley just 45-minutes west of Philadelphia, historic downtown West Chester is a dining destination with more than 65 restaurants for every taste and budget. Ranked as a “Walkers Paradise,” browsers can stroll the historic district with its rich collection of structures dating from 1789 while browsing in the quaint boutiques and galleries. The Chester County Historical Society features regional historical exhibits and a genealogical library. On weekends, enjoy a ride on an excursion train as it travels one of the oldest routes in the country. See events, directories, and information at DowntownWestChester.com

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Good Harvest

Come visit Good Harvest, one of Chinatown’s newest restaurants, featuring extraordinary Chinese and Szechuan cuisine in a modern setting. House specialties include their Stir Fried Pots, available in several varieties including Shrimp with Golden Pepper Pot, Lobster Pot, and Prime Rib Pot. Also offering a wide variety of seafood, pork, duck and chicken dishes. Free Karaoke room available with a minimum food and drink purchase.

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Paprica Grill

Paprica Modern Mediterranean Grill offers a wide range of Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Halal dishes that are sure to please the palate. Their food is full of flavor and affordably priced. Specialties include Mixed Grill, Kabobs, Gyro Plate and many others, all made with fresh ingredients. Recently awarded Philadelphia Magazine’s “Best of Philly 2019” for their Doner Kabob.

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Harper’s Garden

Voted “Best Outdoor Dining” by Philadelphia Magazine, Harper’s Garden is nestled in the heart of Rittenhouse Square. Its rotating menu focuses on simple, featuring seasonal dishes using local ingredients and signature cocktails. The restaurant’s indoor spaces and outdoor veranda offer a unique escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.

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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.

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Boiling Pot Seafood

The Boiling Pot is one of the most unique seafood restaurants you’ve ever seen. They combine a wide variety of seafood with an array of flavor options, served family-style in a large pot! Their influences are Cajun and Asian, with an American twist that will please any palate. Try their most popular pot, the Sea Fest featuring hardshell lobster, king crab legs, snow crab clusters, dungeness clusters and then choose 2 more from clams, shrimp, mussels or crawfish. Outdoor dining available on their wraparound porch.

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Philadelphia Trolley Works

Philadelphia’s oldest tour company, serving the city for over 35 years. This hop-on-hop-off tour runs in conjunction with the Big Bus Company and has 27 stops located near 100 different attractions in the city. PTW also has a full fleet of vehicles for private transportation.

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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.

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Victoria Freehouse

We are about authentic British food and craft brews. We want to bring you the whole British experience, from pub snacks to curries to a full- on Sunday roast, coupled with pub-friendly wines, brews, and a friendly football match on the telly. We are passionate about good food and good beer. Spread the word and bring a friend down to the old Victoria! 

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Tradesman’s

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.

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Sonny’s Famous Steaks

Some magazine called “GQ” sent a team to find the best Philly cheesesteak. No joke, they tried 23 cheesesteaks! Their conclusion? Critic Alan Richman named Sonny’s #1, writing “the best cheesesteak in town!” Sonny’s is located in the heart of Old City, just blocks from the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, National Constitution Center and other attractions. In addition to cheesesteaks, Sonny’s has a great selection of burgers, cheese fries, and an amazing grilled cheese sandwich.

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LaScala’s Restaurant and Bar

Corner of 7th and Chestnut. Reservations accepted and large parties welcome. Free parking weekdays after 3pm and all day on weekends. LaScala’s, located in the heart of Historical Philadelphia, offers a vast menu of Italian American Home-style Dishes. Chef’s famous recipes include Homemade Ravioli and Gnocchi, Chicken Parmesan, Pan Roasted Shrimp and Scallops, Mediterranean Seafood Salad, Eggplant Rollantini and much more. LaScala’s is also known as the home of award-winning “Apollo‚ “Pizza and Stromboli. LaScala’s just around the corner from the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Constitution Center, and US Mint. There is a full bar and extensive wine list available. LaScala’s serves lunch and dinner, features indoor and outdoor cafe style dining.

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Tabu Lounge and Sports Bar

Between Walnut and Locust Streets. Tabu was created to serve one of the most diverse neighborhoods in Philadelphia. A sports bar alongside a lounge both serving some of the finest local craft beers and comfort food, was designed with you, our customer, in mind. Tabu is within walking distance of the convention center, several local theaters as well as Antique Row. Nestled in the heart of the “Gayborhood,‚ “Tabu opens its doors to a wonderful mixed crowd where everyone is welcome. Customers can dine on the first floor and catch the latest game or head upstairs to our lounge, where you’ll enjoy comfortable seating and an inviting atmosphere, with numerous events throughout the week.

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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.

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Ruth’s Chris Steak House

King of Prussia. 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.

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Doma Japanese Restaurant

At Doma, we serve contemporary Japanese cuisine and world-class sushi in a vibrant and contemporary ambiance,ideal for a casual meal with friends or for entertaining special guests. From sushi to handrolls, tempura to teriyaki, you’ll discover your new favorite Japanese dish here. We take pride in our awesome food and our heartwarming service. Come and experience Japanese food at its most exquisite. 

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Emei Restaurant

Weekly raves about Chinatown’s newest restaurant, saying “Emei is at its best when it lets its Szechuan flag fly and it doesn’t hold back on the fireworks that make this kind of food so special.‚ “House specialties include Sliced Beef and Tripe, Hot and Sour Soup, and Smoked Pork with Garlic Shoot.

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Barra Rossa

Corner of 10th and Walnut. Barra Rossa is a bustling burst of Italian flavor and energy. The lively atmosphere is perfect for sharing a meal with friends or family. All your favorite Italian dishes are here along with wood-fired Neopolitan pizza made from scratch, and we have a full menu, including beer, for gluten free diners. We are almost always able to accommodate large parties (even last minute) and are steps away from both the Walnut Street and Forrest Theaters, and only 4 blocks from the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

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Fergie’s Pub

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.

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IHOP

For over 50 years, IHOP has been one of America’s favorite destinations for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Ranked Zagat’s 2009 No. 1 best breakfast . IHOP is just 3 blocks from the Pennsylvania Convention Center. In addition to their world famous breakfast, IHOP also offers a huge selection of burgers, sandwiches, signature soups and salads, plus entrees ranging from seafood to steaks!

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Bishops Collar

With an ever-changing selection of microbrews, 20oz. Pint of Guinness and Bass, and a great juke box, you know you’re at the right place! This Art-Museum area bar provides a warm cozy atmosphere and an inexpensive, creative pub fare menu with original dishes like Turkey London Broil Sandwiches. Relax outside with a drink and your favorite cigar, or sip a beer or wines by the glass inside as you enjoy music and a good time.;

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Hippot Shabu Shabu

Want to enjoy a terrific meal with family and friends? Hippot Shabu Shabu serves you Hot Pot, the most traditional Chinese stew with our fresh selected ingredients and tasty dipping sauces in a welcome and fun environment. Not only will you enjoy an amazing meal but you get to be the chef too! Start with perfectly marbled meats, mushrooms, handmade noodles, vegetables and seafood, add it to our deliciously prepared broths and create an amazing meal. 

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Cheesecake Factory

With more than 250 menu items and more than 30 signature cheesecakes and desserts, there truly is “Something for everyone” at The Cheesecake Factory. We prepare our food fresh each day in our kitchen, using the highest quality ingredients. Now offering Sunday Brunch from 10:00-2:00. Happy Hour is available in the bar area Monday-Friday from 4pm-6pm. Choose from select specialty cocktails, well drinks, wines by the glass, beer and appetizers.

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Dae Bak Korean Restaurant

Come visit Chinatown’s newest addition, Dae Bak, an authentic Korean restaurant helmed by 2 chefs with over 60 years of experience between them. House specialties include LA Galbi, hard-grilled short ribs marinated in a sweet, smoky mix of garlic and soy, served with loads of caramelized onions. Or try Soondubu, a silky tofu stew served with an uncracked egg on the side. Make sure you bring lots of friends because Korean food is meant to be shared!

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Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant

Our versatile menu includes imaginative entrees, shared plates and a unique variety of appetizers, all created from scratch by our onsite chefs, and served fresh daily during lunch and dinner. Our beers are brewed on site, allowing patrons to observe the process. Recognized nationally and internationally, Iron Hill’s local brewers have earned more than 70 individual awards at the World Beer Cup and the Great American Beer Festival – including 23 gold medals, making us the most award-winning brewery east of the Mississippi. We’re Iron Hill. Craft Kitchen. Scratch brewery.

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Canto House

Come visit us at Chinatown for the latest and most authentic Cantonese dishes. We serve from Classic Wonton Noodle Soup to Chef Specialized dishes. Here we value quality of food as well as quality of service. We hope to bring our customers a feeling of culture and warmth when stepping into the restaurant. 

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Bru

Bru is a modern American gastropub meets “indoor German biergarten‚ “located 3 blocks from the Convention Center in Midtown Village. Featuring 38 American Craft and German drafts, a large bottled beer selection from around the world, and a creative kitchen offering a local interpretation of German favorites serving full menu from 11am ‚Until 1am daily. Please check us out on Facebook for a list of upcoming events.

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Dante and Luigi’s

Reservations must be made by phone. Philadelphia’s oldest restaurant established in 1899. Winner of Philadelphia Magazine’s “Best of Philly 2010”. Operating continually for 112 years, serving traditional homemade dishes, including their 20oz. veal chop and specialty osso buco, making this a “MUST STOP”. Come dine in a charming old world parlor atmosphere of yesterday. Private room for parties up to 50.

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Finn McCool’s

Finn McCool’s is your “local Irish pub‚ “located in the heart of Center City. Finn’s offers a mix of local craft beers and Irish pub staples on draft. Visit us for our vibrant Happy Hour (Monday-Friday 5-7), stop by for our game day specials, book a private event upstairs in Room 12 Lounge, or stop by late night to enjoy a Philly Cheesesteak with a pint! Please check us out on Facebook for a list of upcoming events.

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Ghost Tour of Philadelphia

Singers Garden. Explore the other side of America’s most historic and most haunted city on Philadelphia’s most unique and entertaining candlelight walking tour. Costumed tour guides spin tales of mystery and intrigue on a leisurely stroll through Independence Park and Society Hill on visits to Washington Square, Pine Street Cemetery, City Tavern and more. Experience the haunting tales of plague and pestilence… burial grounds and potter’s fields… heroes and traitors as we bring history back to life! The tour begins at 7:30 pm, April thru November. $15 per person, $8 ages 4-12. Reservations required. Purchase tickets at Gift Shop at the Omni Hotel, 401 Chestnut Street or online.

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Dave and Busters

Ready! Set! HAVE FUN! There’s so much fun at Dave and Busters, you could get lost before you even get going! We’ve got more than 200 games in our Million Dollar Midway. Win tickets playing our games and turn them in for great prizes in the Winner’s Circle. Hungry yet? Grab an appetizer at the bar, or head into our dining room for awesome dishes created by our fun-loving chefs. With a full menu featuring burgers, steaks, seafood, pasta, salads and more, you’re sure to find something that satisfies.

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Geno’s Steaks

No visit to Philly is complete without a trip to the legendary Geno’s Steaks, in the heart of South Philly! Serving Philly’s finest steaks since 1966, Geno’s uses only the best, thinly sliced rib-eye steak so it grills up nice and juicy (never greasy). Their onions are always fresh, their bread always comes straight from the oven, and their cheese‚ well it’s cheese. You can never really go wrong.

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Woodrow’s Sandwich Shop

Come visit Best of Philly winner in 2016 for Best New Sandwich Shop. Everything is made “in house” at Woodrow’s, where classic sandwiches are taken to the next level. The fan-favorite cheesesteak, featuring “Truffle Whiz”, was named the “3rd best cheesesteak in Philly” by Bon Appetite Magazine for 2018. Woodrow’s has a long list of unique and classic creations, from the Cajun Mahi Mahi sandwich with Mango Puree, to the other Philly classic, a Roast Pork sandwich. Gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian sandwich options, soups and salads.

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Bar Hygge

Bar Hygge (hoo-guh) was named after a Danish concept that means creating a warm atmosphere where guests can enjoy the good things in life with friends and family. We have a contemporary menu with seasonal changes and a focus on neighborhood comfort. Brewery Techne is our on-premise brewery. Enjoy one of our many beers on tap, or choose an eclectic cocktail or world-class wine.

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Banana Leaf

Located next to the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia’s Chinatown section. Come and enjoy our dining and open-kitchen environment that will leave you refreshed. Open for lunch, dinner and late-night. Banana Leaf offers authentic Malaysian Cuisine such as homemade Roti Canai dip with Curry sauce. Or, try our Mango chicken or shrimp made with fresh mango. Try our coconut pudding or one of our other homemade desserts. Our famous ABC drink is made with milk, plum seeds, red rose syrup and jelly. BYOB.

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Asia on the Parkway

Asia on the Parkway is a unique restaurant in Philadelphia’s Center City, offering Asian fusion cuisine in a casually elegant atmosphere. It presents an exciting menu highlighting traditional Chinese specialties, and also featuring more exotic dishes including Singaporean, Thai and Vietnamese flavors sure to entice the palate. Located at the corner of Benjamin Franklin Parkway and 17th Street, it shares a building with Windsor Suites and is just a short walk from most Center City hotels. Perfect for meetings, parties and special events. Outdoor seating available.

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Tom’s Dim Sum

Tom’s Dim Sum, formerly Dim Sum Garden, is a traditional Shanghai restaurant, serving traditional-style Shanghai Soup dumplings, fried soup buns, scallion pancakes, plus a large selection of seafood, beef, pork and poultry dishes. At Tom’s Dim Sum, we pursue tradition. We have recently expanded and renovated to provide you a more enjoyable dining experience. While we’ve maintained all of our classic menu items, we’ve also added several new Shanghai selections.

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Blume

Located in Rittenhouse neighborhood, Blume is a stylish, colorful and Instagram-ready new restaurant and natural wine bar. The stunning plant-filled interior features “Modernized Victorian” decor highlighted by 200 plants lining the ceiling, 2,300 roses on the back wall, 88 colored glass mirror panels, and a giant butterfly mural across the front of the building. Executive Chef Aila DeVowe presents New American, street-food inspired small plates menu. At the bar, enjoy natural wine and fruit-forward cocktails, plus 20 taps craft beers and ciders.

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Museum of the American Revolution

This new museum brings to life the events, people, and ideals of our nation’s founding. Through Revolutionary-era artifacts, immersive environments, theater experiences, and recreated historical moments, visitors will experience the dynamic story of the American Revolution from its origins to ultimate victory and its continuing relevance. 

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Pinefish

Eclectic mirrors, twinkling chandeliers and natural wood topped tables line the dining room at Pinefish, known for the freshest and finest seafood in Philly. Every Wednesday is All-You-Can-Eat crab legs. Happy Hour 4:30pm-6:30pm every day (including weekends) with great prices on drinks, seafood and small plates. Serving dinner nightly and brunch Saturday and Sunday.

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Penn Museum

Explore extraordinary art and artifacts from ancient Egypt, Asia, the Mediterranean, and more! This November, the Penn Museum will also debut two brand new exhibition – the Africa Galleries and Mexico and Central America Gallery – joining a world-class collection of art and artifacts spanning the globe. Transform your perspective of the world and find your place in the arc of human history. Admission: $10 summer admission extended through November 15!

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Club Risque

All major credit cards accepted. Philadelphia’s newest Gentleman’s Club. Our atmosphere of FUN, FUN, FUN will make this your favorite spot. We feature gorgeous “Show Girls” along with our “Champagne” and “Couch” dance rooms. We have a large bar of fine spirits, as well as our famous luncheon Smorgasbord, complimentary Monday through Friday, noon to 3pm. Tidbits are given during cocktail hour 5pm-7pm, Monday through Saturday, except holidays. All this for you and your associates to enjoy, 7 days a week from 11:30am to 2am. Also, visit us at our other location on Route 413, Bristol, 1/4-mile of exit 26, Interstate 95.

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Howl at the Moon

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!

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