Breakfast Restaurants

107Davio's

Address: 111 S. 17th Street, Philadelphia, PA  19103   Make a Reservation
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The building that houses Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse was originally Philadelphia's historic Provident Bank building. Today, the building keeps its remarkable architecture, boasting dramatic arched windows that draw in natural lighting, sweeping ceilings and gleaming, polished wood. This Rittenhouse Square locale gives Davio's the ideal setting to serve up a menu that blends prime cuts of Brandt beef with classic pasta and seafood dishes of Northern Italy. All of this is complemented by an award winning wine list and superior service, making Davio’s one of Philadelphia’s premier places to enjoy steak and so much more. Learn More »

10610 Arts

Address: 10 Avenue of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA  19102   Make a Reservation
10 Arts
Showcasing the bounty of locally grown produce and organic ingredients, celebrity chef Eric Ripert has dished up yet another success with 10 Art. His mission is simple: to offer the best of contemporary American cuisine. His menu is exemplary: Ripert’s elegantly fine-tuned technique balances the complexity and heartiness of many of his most notable dishes. The Steamed Mussels are served in a chorizo and white wine broth, while the Pork and Beans highlights braised pork belly in a summer bean ragout. Understated and masterful, the Bouillabaisse has market fish and shellfish in a saffron and tomato broth. Learn More »

106Sarcone's

Address: 734 South 9th Street, Philadelphia, PA  19147   Make a Reservation
Sarcone's
Awarded Philadelphia Magazine’s “Best of Philly” in 2008, owners Louis Sarcrone Jr. and Anothony Bucci have had a huge success since their opening in 1997. The deli is located just 50 feet from the bakery where all of the award winning bread is made. Campo’s Deli has a variety of daily specials and soups you can choose from. They are well known for their “Hoagies” filled with top Italian meats in their signature fresh baked bread. They are located on South 9th Street with comfortable indoor seating. If you’re looking for a great casual home style sandwich, come to Sarcone’s. Learn More »

106Kanella

Address: 1001 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA  19147   Make a Reservation
Kanella
Escape to the Greek Isles without leaving Philadelphia when you visit Kanella. This authentic Greek kitchen serves up some of the freshest, most honest Mediterranean cuisine Philadelphia has to offer. Kanella offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner and features some traditional specialty items such as Shaksouka, Mousaka, and hummus. Their décor is rustic with accents of the blue and white thus genuinely paying homage to the Greek flag. The restaurant even offers a Cypriot Meze on Sunday evenings. Come sail away to Greece as you drop anchor at Kanella on Spruce Street. Learn More »

105The Fountain Restaurant

Address: 1 Logan Square, Philadelphia, PA  19103   Make a Reservation
The Fountain Restaurant
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Being in one of the most beautiful locations in Philadelphia, the views of the statues and the fountain that grace Logan Square set the tone for a romantic and soothing evening. All about art and refinement, the Fountain Restaurant (located in the Four Seasons Resort) is one of the rare restaurants where the noise level is kept close to none because of the soundproof walls and ceilings. The mouth-watering “spontaneous menu” features four savory and two sweet courses or diners can choose the a la carte, which inlcudes Maine lobster and grilled Cervena venison chops. Learn More »

106Famous 4th Street Deli

Address: 700 S. 4th Street, Philadelphia, PA  19147   Make a Reservation
Famous 4th Street Deli
Located just south of the hustle of South Street in Queen's Village, the Famous 4th Street Deli is a quaint Jewish-American restaurant featuring hospitable service and enormous sandwiches. Named after the streets in New York City, some of the sandwiches stand over six inches tall and come with a choice of sides like potato pancakes and fresh fruit. Traditional Jewish American delicacies, including monsterous bowls of matzah ball soup, can be ordered as appetizers. The attached bakery freshly bakes a motley of pastries available for desert or take out daily. Learn More »

106Geno's Steaks

Address: 1219 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, PA  19147   Make a Reservation
Geno's Steaks
Rivaling neighboring Pat’s, Genos is Philly’s other notorious 24-hour cheesesteak stop. As has been the case since Joe Vento opened in 1966, sandwiches come heaping with thinly sliced steak and a choice of American, Provolone, or cheese wiz melted across the top. The menu is simple, the ordering straightforward, and the meal a decadent version of the best sandwich Philadelphia has to offer. If the glowing storefront doesn’t lure you in, the unmistakable scent of grilled steak certainly will. Learn More »

106Swiss Haus Bakery

Address: 35 S. 19th Street, Philadelphia, PA  19103   Make a Reservation
Swiss Haus Bakery
For a sweet taste of Philadelphia, Swiss Haus Bakery bakes decadent and quality cakes, pastries, and cookies using premium ingredients and traditional European recipes. This Certified Kosher bakery is ideal for grabbing a cupcake on the go, or a cake for a birthday—they even offer options for catering and wedding cakes. It also offers a little bit of Philly history, since this bakery was opened in 1923 and changed owners in 2007. With sweet treats like margiolane, tiramisu, cannolis, cream puffs or strawberry shortcakes, Swiss Haus is sure to ease your sugar cravings in no time. Learn More »

104T. Burke's

Address: 301 W. Dekalb Pike, King of Prussia, PA  19406   Make a Reservation
T. Burke's
Executive Chef Jeffrey Powers, a veteran of Le Bec Fin and Blackfish, has created something extraordinary in the renovated Dolce Valley Forge Hotel. Located on the hotel’s lobby floor, this American restaurant offers a diverse selection of dishes. Chef Power pleases guests with Smoked Apple Fennel Soup, Parma Proscuitto Pizza, Chicken Liver Pate, a 9 oz. Hereford Beef Burger and Glazed Lamb Shank, to name a few. Plush décor, an extensive high-end game room and expert service round out the experience at this King of Prussia restaurant. Learn More »

109Chez Ben Bistro

Address: 401 Chestnut St, Philadelphia , PA  19106   Make a Reservation

106Parc Brasserie

Address: 227 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia, PA  19103   Make a Reservation
Parc Brasserie
Rittenhouse Square is home to the Parisian oasis, Parc Brasserie. Capturing the true essence of sophisticated café cuisine, Parc presents guests with a comfortingly satisfying menu of French classics. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served up with a fitting degree of care, and flavor, as Parc maintains the Starr Restaurants’ high standards for quality and service. From the Onion Soup to the Beef Bourguignon, the bliss is in the bite. Linger over a comforting café au lait on the patio or enjoy a leisurely sip of wine at the zinc bar at Parc Brasserie – that Parisian holiday is only ... Learn More »

106Square 1682

Address: 121 S. 17th Street, Philadelphia, PA  19103   Make a Reservation
Square 1682
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Located next to the Hotel Palomar Philadelphia, Square 1682 is a vibrant and exciting new restaurant that brings new life to Center City. Loosely named after Rittenhouse Square, located just a few blocks away, the restaurant provides unique New American cuisine as well as some of the most original and abundant Happy Hours in the city. Technically a “hotel restaurant,” Square 1682 is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even brunch on Sundays, while still maintaining a vibrant nightlife and countless amenities that are not usually offered by hotel restaurants. When diners pass through the revolving doors into the sleek ... Learn More »

106Tony Luke's Beef and Beer Sports Bar

Address: 39 E. Oregon Avenue, Philadelphia, PA  19148   Make a Reservation
Tony Luke's Beef and Beer Sports Bar
After a successful battle and victory of Food Network Challenger Bobby Flay, Tony Luke has cemented his place as the “Philly Cheese Steak” guru of Philadelphia—and his restaurant has surprises at every turn. At Tony Luke’s Beef and Beer Sports Bar, you can find mouthwatering options for Cheese Steaks, Roast Pork, Chicken Cutlets, and Roast Beef, all of which are succulent, choice cuts of meat, but they also offer breakfast and brunch items for the early birds as well. This hometown bar is a favorite to locals and tourists alike, with large televisions and their infamous Cheese Steaks keeping fans ... 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 »

107Mixto

Address: 1141 Pine Street, Philadelphia, PA  19107   Make a Reservation
Mixto
Mixto Restaurant infuses the cuisines of Latin America and the Caribbean, providing an explosive Latin culinary experience. A part of Antique Row Center, the restaurant has brick and wrought-iron wooden decor, and a spicy Latino soundtrack. The incredibly diverse menu offers numerous selections from Mexico, South America, and distant Spain. Start with an appetizer such as the tangy Shrimp Ceviche in lemon sauce, or go straight to the delectable entrees, where the Pollo Champignon—chicken in a rich mushroom sauce with a cheesy baked potato cube—is one of many mouth-watering choices. Private rooms, a Latin-inspired wine list, and a loaded dessert ... Learn More »

106Tavern on Broad

Address: 200 South, Philadelphia, PA  19102   Make a Reservation
Looking for best Restaurant & sports bars in Philadelphia city? Tavern on Broad is Best place for Philadelphia’s bar and restaurant! Located at 200 S. Broad Street, Tavern on Broad is quickly coming a favorite Parties locals and newcomers to this Center City - Philadelphia, PA. The heart of Philadelphia is Tavern on Broad with sports bar. The difference between them and others is that it was actually created to not only be enjoyed by Philly teams, but to also be a home-away-from-home for out of town alumni associations. Fully equipped with 6 complete surround-sound area and 40 HD TV's ... Learn More »

106Lacroix at the Rittenhouse

Address: 210 W. Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA  19103   Make a Reservation
Lacroix at the Rittenhouse
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Located in the prestigious Rittenhouse Hotel, gazing over downtown Philadelphia's most elegant square, Lacroix has become a landmark of its own right - with an air of graceful distinction. Romantic and evocative, the dining room beckons with the luminous glow of candlelight. Guests are invited to indulge in the world-class menu, composed of the freshest ingredients of the Eastern seaboard. This composition of International Progressive cuisine, prepared with profound expertise by Master Chef Jon Cichon, includes mouth watering additions such as Elysian Fields Lamb Carpaccio and Hudson Valley Duck. Learn More »

107Chez Colette

Address: 120 S. 17th Street, Philadelphia, PA  19103   Make a Reservation

107Fork

Address: 306 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA  19106   Make a Reservation
Fork
Editor's Pick
The contemporary elegance of Fork is evident as patrons step into the airy, subtly lit entryway at 306 Market Street between 3rd and 4th Streets in trendy Old City, Philadelphia. The unique hand-painted chandeliers--reminiscent of French impressionism--are beautifully blended with the contemporary look of the polished concrete bar, a focal point of the intimate restaurant. The New American style bistro boasts impressive tastes from around the globe ranging from the extensive, international wine list to the surprising local and international beer list to the cuisine that encompasses French, Italian, Spanish, and Australian influences. Learn More »

106SoleFood

Address: 1200 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA  19107   Make a Reservation
SoleFood
In Philadelphia’s prestigious Midtown Village, stands the historic PSFS Building which is regarded by many as a striking achievement in modernist design. This 12th and Market Street landmark is currently home to Loews Philadelphia Hotel, which proudly offers the diverse and imaginative seafood restaurant, SoleFood. Since 2006, Solefood has been introducing Philadelphia to a new, fresh and modern way of looking at seafood. This ground floor restaurant uses a fusion of seafood and cutting edge culinary expertise to keep diners curious and excited. While the restaurant specializes in dishes like Organic Scottish Salmon and Chilean Sea Bass, there are several ... Learn More »