Restaurants for Business Travelers in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

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  • 1

    La Colombe Torrefaction

    6 reviews

    OK, I admit being a bit of a coffee snob. But La Colombe is one of my favorite coffee shops anywhere in the world. Amazing cappuccinos, cool atmosphere with high ceilings and red walls. I make a point of coming here every time I am in Philly and am always happy when I do. They also have good pastries, croissants ...

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    12 reviews

    Parc is a really great restaurant with an extensive wine list and very knowledgable servers. Everything I've ever ordered has been flavorful and rich. I'm only giving it 4 stars because it can be a bit stuffy and uninviting while waiting to tell someone at the front desk about your reservation. In a city as great as Philadelphia, there are ...

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  • 3


    6 reviews

    With street side seating overlooking Rittenhouse square, Rouge offers one of the best seats in all of Philly. People flock here when the weather is nice to sip wine and hang out. The prices are a little steep, but the wine selection is good and the french-style food is tasty if not super memorable.

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    Jim's Steaks

    23 reviews

    I know Philly is famous for the cheese-steak sandwiches, and the Geno's and Pat's are the most famous. First of all I don't quite get why people go wild for the cheese-steak. It is fine, but nothing mind blowing. Having said that in my opinion Jim's is the best cheese-steak sandwich I've had, and they also make some good hoagies.

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    Eulogy Belgian Tavern

    6 reviews

    My favorite bar/pub/tavern in America. Plenty of good quality draft selection and bottle options. Try the Swedish meatballs for an appetizer. You'll be back.

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    Monk's Cafe

    15 reviews

    Monks is a lively, intimate place near Rittenhouse Square with amazing mussels and fries - they serve a bunch of different styles, I would recommend going for the Brussels style. My favorite. Great beer selection as well.

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  • 7

    Alma De Cuba

    7 reviews

    One of my favorite restaurants in Philly! Alma de Cuba is a modern spin on traditional latin dishes from Cuba, Peru and other countries latin america. The atmosphere is lively and fun, the prices are high, and the food is amazing. The ceviches are good, as was a roasted pork dish I tried. Great cocktails as well.

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  • 8


    7 reviews

    Distrito is so much fun! The food is terrific. Riffs on Mexican street food. Prix fixe lunch is one of the best deals around. Creative. Kids will love it.

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  • 9

    Butcher and Singer

    4 reviews

    My husband loves there burgers there for lunch. Also colossal shrimp cocktail that's is amazing and crab cocktail that is just as good with their mustard sauce.

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  • 10

    Oyster House

    2 reviews

    Best deal for oysters in the city. Buck a shuck during happy hour. Clam chowder is really good too. Love that they have the oyster crackers on the table in a large bowl along with cocktail sauce and horseradish. You must sit in the bar for dollar oysters and get there early as it's always packed. If your a oyster ...

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  • 11

    Fogo De Chao

    3 reviews

    Love this place! Skip lunch and go hungry. So much food! The salad bar is enormous and the different types of steak is amazing. The waiters come around with various types of steak, chicken, lamb or pork and if you want it they will slice it onto your plate.

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  • 12

    Nineteen - XIX

    2 reviews

    Both visitors and locals can agree that there are few views of the city better than the one at Nineteen - XIX. Like many other luxurious Philly attractions, this rooftop restaurant exudes elegance, from the plush booth seating to the chandelier hanging from the high ceiling. Catch the sunset over the city during its 5-7pm happy hour ($6 cocktails and ...

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  • 13

    El Vez

    7 reviews

    I like El Vez! It’s a fun place; it has an interesting interior and good food. I don’t even mind that it’s a bit too noisy and can get crowded. My favorite dishes are guacamole, cactus and crab salsa, mahi-mahi tacos and Mexican chopped salad… Oh… make sure you visit their restroom downstairs. And one more thing - don’t forget ...

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  • 14

    Tir Na Nog - Philadelphia

    This pub is very busy/loud during work day happy hours (5-7pm). They alternate with daily beer specials so get there early if you want a place to sit. Lots of tall bar tables thoughout and different little nooks scattered around. Very good nachos and several different Guiness blended drinks as well as the traditional Black and Tan.

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  • 15

    Reading Terminal Market

    Terrific indoor market with lots of fresh meat, fish, produce as well as cooked food. Excellent chocolatier too. Philly's finest and much cleaner than the Italian market.

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  • 16

    Pat's King of Steaks

    34 reviews

    The very first Philly cheesesteak. Just say "wiz wit" and you'll be in cheesesteak heaven.

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  • 17

    White Dog Cafe

    8 reviews

    I hosted a dinner for a group of 35 here in the Dens area. It was a huge hit. The atmosphere, service, and food was outstanding. I couldn't have asked for anything more.

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  • 18


    6 reviews

    Great new Israeli restaurant in old city. Owner is a veteran of vetri. Perfect pre-cinema dining.

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  • 19

    Geno's Steaks

    27 reviews

    Order by saying, "can I get a whiz-wit" otherwise you sound like a tourist, which you probably are, but it's fun trying to conceal it. A local on the plane ride over gave me this tip, it def makes you feel like you're a local as well when you know this tiny tidbit. The cheesesteaks here are awesome! Get it ...

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  • 20

    City Tavern

    6 reviews

    The Olde City Tavern isn't just that place where the waitstaff wears colonial period costumes. This is the actual location where America's founding fathers dined over deliberating over a revolution! The restaurant stays true to its colonial tradition by serving up the favorite dishes and recipes of the time. They even went out of their way to serve drinks out ...

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