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Palm

Cab Frye's Tavern Rating: 3.25, 4 Votes

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The menu features continental favorites with seasonal fare of wild game, fowl, seafood, and wild mushroom specialties. An extensive wine list and fine spirits are available for your dining adventure.

Paradise

Historic Revere Tavern Rating: 3.50, 12 Votes

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Enjoy dining in this 1740 historic tavern. American Cuisine, featuring thick steaks and fresh seafood. Banquet facilities are available and guests can also stay overnight in our award winning Best Western Inn & Suites.

Philadelphia

Brasserie Perrier Rating: 3.00, 6 Votes

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In January 1997, Chef Georges Perrier opened his second restaurant, Brasserie Perrier just a block away from Le Bec-Fin. A more relaxed, less expensive alternative to Le Bec-Fin, the American Brasserie offers modern French cuisine with Italian and Asian influences.


Fergie's Pub Rating: 4.00, 1 Votes

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Fergie's has an eclectic ambience, yet the place still remains faithful to the Old World style of the pubs of The Emerald Isle -- the classic, warm pubs of Old Dublin town herself. A great spot for lunch during the week, an after-work office get-together or -- if it's a pint and a night of high spirits you're after -- then this is the spot!


Friday-Saturday-Sunday Rating: 5.00, 3 Votes

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The traditions of quality food, fair prices and charming atmosphere are alive and well at Friday Saturday Sunday, and continue to drive this restaurant's popularity.


Le Bec-Fin Rating: 4.60, 5 Votes

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In its 30 year history, the cooking at Le Bec-Fin has evolved from strictly classical French to an innovative cuisine with classic undertones. Le Bec-Fin offers a six-course, prix fixe menu. The hospitality industry regularly gives Le Bec-Fin its highest accolades. Mobil Travel Guide has awarded the restaurant with its highest rating of Five- Stars for 15 years. The American Automobile Association (AAA) consistently rates Le Bec-Fin at the top with its Five-Diamonds for over a decade.


Rembrandt's Rating: 4.50, 2 Votes

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Rembrandt's is located in the Fairmount Section of the Art Museum Area in Philadelphia. Offers romantic fine dining featuring a great view of the Philadelphia skyline and a friendly, comfortable, neighborhood bar.


Rock Lobster Rating: 1.00, 1 Votes

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Dining on the waterfront in Philadelphia, PA. Live bands on Thurs., Fri. & Sat.


Nodding Head Brewery & Restaurant Rating: 3.33, 3 Votes

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Located in Philadelphia, PA.


Monk's Cafe Rating: 3.71, 7 Votes

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Monk's Cafe is dedicated to bringing you the best, most hard to find beers in the world. Their menu was created to highlight their fine beers with many of the recipes using beer as an integral ingredient.


Downey's Restaurant Rating: 3.40, 5 Votes

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Downey's offers casual elegance in an Irish Pub atmosphere. Filled with antiques and Irish memorabilia. Downey's has an open top deck with a view of the Delaware river as well as cafe seating along South Street. Open 365 days a year for brunch, lunch, dinner and late night snacks. The bar, imported from Ireland, is a popular meeting place for local sports stars and visiting celebrities.


City Tavern Rating: 3.00, 7 Votes

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City Tavern still captures the atmosphere and ambiance of it's 18th century beginnings. Colonial Philadelphia comes alive when you enter its doors. Exceptionally prepared cuisine, attentive professional service and authentic Philadelphia History combine the best of the past and present.


Sansom Street Oyster House Rating: 3.00, 4 Votes

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The Sansom Street Oyster House has fine tuned seafood service with a simple recipe for success: Serve It Fresh! It isn't suprising that this motto has earned the restaurant yearly accolades and awards, both locally and regionally.


Grey Lodge Pub Rating: 5.00, 3 Votes

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The Grey Lodge Pub is a cozy pub located on 6235 Frankford Avenue in Northeast Philadelphia. They carry a large selection of beer (ten on tap and dozens of bottles) and feature Northeast Philadelphia-style Tomato Pies and sandwiches.


Bistro Romano Rating: 5.00, 1 Votes

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Historic Philadelphia restaurant, banquet facility and dinner theatre. Situated in an 18th century granary in the heart of historic Society Hill. Renown for their Regional Italian Cuisine, Bistro Romano has been selected as a "Best of Philly" restaurant.


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