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Good Dog's tag-line of "Come. Sit. Stay." proves no problem for visitors looking for a taste of Philly nightlife without a lot of hype. This casual pub excels in both simple fare and bar service. They may not promote choco-cherry-martinis, but their long list of beers is sure to satiate any thirst. If you want to add some spice to your night, all you have to do is try their Jerk Chicken Empanadas. Just make sure you don't tell the waiter to "fetch."
This Famous 4th Street Delicatessen has lived up to its moniker by remaining a staple of Philadelphia local cuisine since 1923. This deli is primarily known for traditional Jewish cold cuts and sandwiches like corned beef, roast beef, roasted turkey and brisket. Fish is also available, from lox to gefilte to whitefish. Finish your meal off with an award-winning chocolate chip cookie. (Sometimes they give you a cookie as a treat when you're paying your bill.) Delivery available. The cookies are also available in the Reading Terminal Market, 13th and Arch streets.
Magic Carpet Food's truck offers up a delicious selection of to-go meals. Perfect for a quick lunch or snack, from hearty meals to filling sandwiches, light salads and savory soups, the menu boasts an extensive selection of vegetarian delights. Expect to wait awhile, as the Magic Foods Truck is popular with the university crowd, and it's popularity is it's own advertisement. For a sweet treat, try their vegan cookies and brownies, made fresh daily. For more details and daily specials, do visit the website.