Had to try Geno's after having Pat's! The people are nicer and the cheese whiz is a little different. My boyfriend preferred Pat's!
Best burrito I've had in Philadelphia. Really dig their creamy hot sauce, too.
It may not be the prettiest look, but expect to spread out, share everything and splatter sauce indiscriminately. The beauty here's in the variety.
Sky's noodle soups are unbeatably good (and unbeatably cheap), but don't forget to take something home with you, like the sweet/spicy Indonesian potato chips they sell at the register.
918 South 22nd St, Philadelphia
I used to love this place when it was up on 22nd & Christian (not a great place to walk to from center city) and was sad when it disappeared. I very happily just realized that it…
1237 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia
Get the traditional "whiz wit"! Delicious and a great way to start an adventure in Philly! Follow the rules for ordering, too!
903 S Ninth St, Philadelphia
I stopped here after dinner for Coffee & Dessert and let me tell you - It was the best part of the meal! Dinner was really good but Anthony's Coffee and Cannoli are GREAT! Not…
910 Christian St, Philadelphia
If you ask any Philadelphian to list their top 5 places for brunch, I'm pretty confident two out of three would have Sabrina's on the list. Get the Stuffed Challah French Toast.…
937 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia
One of the first bars of its ilk to make brunch "cool." An excellent place to satisfy a craving for a Bloody or a Mimosa whilst slightly or extremely hung over.
908 Washington Ave, Philadelphia
One of the best late-night options in the Italian Market. Campechanos dude!
39 E Oregon Ave, Philadelphia
Open late, this spot is an iconic roast pork spot.
611 S 7th St, Philadelphia
This place is amazing! The food is absolutely incredible, and even if you're a meat eater apparently it still satisfies. I went with some meat-eating friends (I'm a Veg) and they…
624 S Sixth St, Philadelphia
Fancier than the average creperie, but tasty nonethless — try the coq au vin crepe.
Hawthornes. Homemade pierogies and Russian River beers, what could be better?… read more
Underdogs. So many great choices, but if you want it simple with a little twist, the Georgia Bulldog will do it.… read more
John's Roast Pork. John's simply cannot be improved. The whole experience -- the dingy room, the camped-out South Philly locals, the dripping pork and soaked bread, the plastic forks and Styrofoam juice cups and bottle of Schmidt's -- deserves to be enshrined in the Smithsonian. … read more