Hamburger Restaurants

106Five Guys Burgers and Fries

Address: 1527 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA  19102   Make a Reservation
Five Guys Burgers and Fries
Five Guys Burgers and Fries has been taking the country by storm ever since they opened their first location in Arlington, VA in 1986. In just nine years, this burger chain has grown from five locations in the D.C. Metropolitan area to over 625 locations in over forty states and 4 Canadian provinces, not to mention the 200 restaurants opening in 2010. The menu is simple: hamburgers, little hamburgers, and hot dogs, all available with bacon and cheese and a list of free condiments (there’s also grilled cheese and veggie burgers for vegetarians). Fries are available in regular and Cajun ... Learn More »

106Texas Weiners

Address: 1426 Snyder Avenue, Philadelphia, PA  19145   Make a Reservation
Texas Weiners
The tale of the Texas Weiner began in 1923, when a Greek immigrant named Stephanos Mandrohalos came to America with a dream; a dream, and a secret sauce. This spicy sauce was compared to chili sauce and added to the hotdogs he made in his small shop, thus the Texas Weiner. For 80 years, this sauce has been kept a secret, safeguarded from large corporations and conglomerates to maintain its integrity and to keep it a part of this special, family-run eatery. Since then, the sauce has been added to the burgers and sausages served at the restaurant to bring ... Learn More »

106Crown Fried Chicken

Address: 1128 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA  19146   Make a Reservation
Crown Fried Chicken
With hundreds of locations all over the East Coast – including seven in Philadelphia– Crown Fried Chicken has become a great alternative to Popeye’s and KFC. Not only does Crown serve delicious, crispy fried chicken, they also serve up burgers, seafood, and even ice cream; let’s see the Colonel do that! They also provide some solid side dishes to go along with whatever you choose, creating a balanced meal. Bring cash when you visit Crown Fried Chicken though, because they’re so low key that they don’t take plastic. Learn More »

104Pat's King of Steaks

Address: 1237 E. Passyunk Avenue, Philadelphia, PA  19147   Make a Reservation
Pat's King of Steaks
Cheesesteaks are so ingrained in Philly tradition that visitors don’t dare depart the city without sampling the city's namesake sandwich. At Pat’s, diners come for the original—founder Pat Oliveri created the sandwich in 1930—and are willing to suffer long lines and follow strict instructions for “How to Order a Steak.” Make sure you come with cash and a decisive palate—if you stumble over your order you may be sent to the back of the line. But stay steadfast and the reward is yours: thin slices of juicy ribeye, smothered with melted cheese and grilled onions, and stuffed into a crisp ... Learn More »

107World Cafe Live

Address: 3025 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA  19104   Make a Reservation
World Cafe Live
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Feast on quality casual fare and fine libations while treating yourself to supreme sounds at World Café Live. This top-notch music venue and eatery caters to what Philadelphia craves most: great times and even better food. The Café itself features three spaces to accommodate everything from sit down dinners and mid-concert munchies. Upstairs Live is open weekdays for full lunch and dinner service and nightly on the weekends, giving guests the chance to satisfy their appetite for healthful salads, savory burgers and sandwiches, and fresh pasta and seafood specialties. On weeknights, it’s also a great idea to head Upstairs for ... Learn More »