Set Current Location
Square 1682 is a great place for a special occasion or a romantic evening or just an after work hangout. The well lit and sophisticated interiors make one feel lively yet relaxed at the same time. The knowledgeable staff will make sure your experience is enhanced and recommend drinks that go well with your dishes. Come here anytime of the day for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. The truffle popcorn and the duck entrée are a must try. However, you don't necessarily have to order from the menu as you can customize your dishes as per your preference.They also frequently host B.Y.O.D. (Bring Your Own Dogs) brunches for you and your pet pal.
Located on Rittenhouse Square, the outdoor seating at Rouge offers a fresh environment to dine on French fare and sip a glass of fine wine. Wines of exquisite vintage enhance the delicate entrees of traditional and contemporary French seafood, poultry and beef dishes. Prices tend to be on the high side but are not exorbitant for a restaurant in the Rittenhouse area. Popular day and night, the casual yet elegant Rouge appeals to sophisticates and culture-seekers of all ages for lunch, dinner or drinks. Restaurateur Neil Stein has given locals a hip spot to enjoy the park's greenery.
Parc is reminiscent of a Paris bistro with a rustic yet stylish charm. Offering breakfast, lunch and dinner, and even as an appetizing brunch menu; Parc offers delicious cuisine. Try the escargots, wild mushroom soup, braised lamb shank and more. Don't forget dessert with options such as creme brulee or chocolate mousse. Compliment your meal with a glass of wine or champagne, or skip the food altogether and just enjoy a drink while enjoying the ambiance.
Twenty Manning is a very popular restaurant in the neighborhood of Rittenhouse Square. This stylish restaurant serves varieties of American specials ranging from meat, poultry to seafood dishes. The ambiance here is always trendy, frequented by small families as well as groups of friends; Twenty Manning is perfect for gatherings. Try their wild salmon and something from the range of freshly-baked pizzas, call it a meal after relishing your chocolate fondant. Their staff is efficient and very friendly, which makes the dining experience delightful.
A small open-air French café in downtown Philadelphia? Yes. Good luck getting a seat. The menu is generally Mediterranean: hummus, olives, several choices for meat and fish, and a long list of focaccia variations. The decor is minimalist: bare white walls, stainless steel ducts, and cool green window frames. The windows are the dominant feature here. In summer, they're wide open, and a cool breeze carries the flavors from one small table to the next. Sitting here is so pleasant, it's a great place for people-watching.