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City Tavern - Philadelphia, PA.
Lowest Rating: 1
Highest Rating: 4

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Reviewed by PATTIE.

Fine food, but don't come underdressed or they will put you in a room by yourself.

Rating: 3

Reviewed by Anonymous.

We found out about this historic Philadelphia landmark watching tv at the Philadelphia Marriott. Our group was touring for a site to hold our company sales meeting and the City Tavern was a perfect way to put our staff into the right frame of mind. Food *** Service ** Price *** but worth the trip just for the atmosphere.

Rating: 1

Reviewed by Lisa.

I ate at the Tavern with a group of seven. The food was very good and the period-dress added to the sensory experience.

Rating: 4

Reviewed by Ana in Carlisle.

The ambience was very enjoyable as was the pewter tableware and period costumes. The prime rib portion was very generous, however, the higher priced rack of lamb was disappointing in portion. Overall, worth the trip.

Rating: 3

Reviewed by Jim.

Atmosphere is "quaint" the food is very overpriced and mediocre. A group of 7 and the service and quality was quite poor.

Rating: 2

Reviewed by Candice Williamson.

6/18/05 The food was worth every penny, "You get what you pay for at this restaurant"! The service was great, not too fast not too slow and you felt like you were back in time with really good food. A Class Act. Plus really good beer, Thomas Jefferson Beer. Overall this is the best kept secret in Philly. And I go often.

Rating: 4

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