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Starbucks Coffee is as good as a second home to the city's coffee lovers. In all, the chain serves a whopping 87,000 different drink combinations! So you can't really complain that they don't have what you want! With such a rich and wide range of coffees and espressos served, the cafe draws local crowds as well as tourists visiting the city. At this WiFi enabled place you can also expect to find oven fresh muffins and some delicious snacks. The area surrounding the coffee shop is a well known tourist shopping area. A number of museums around here, are also worth visiting.
One thing that sets Finley Catering's Crystal Tea Room apart is the sheer elegance of the dining experience. The catering venue flows from top to bottom with decadent decor, from crystal chandeliers to lavish floral settings to sumptuous fare, this tea room leaves its mark as one place you won't soon forget. The incredibly expansive continental menu serves exquisite dishes like the Sea Salt Crusted Tuna with Roasted Garlic Gastrique and the Herb Crusted Chicken Breast with Shallot. Maderia Demi-Glaze. Wedding Cakes are also provided for those with marriage on the mind. So if you're planning an event for the ages, make it at the Crystal Tea Room.
This finger-snapping hip café is nestled just around the corner from the Bellevue Hotel and just a few blocks walk from the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau in Center City. It is a perfect stop for relaxing and enjoying live jazz six nights a week. Winner of two 'Best of Philly' awards, this is a serious jazz club featuring serious talent—the place jazz musicians go to hear jazz. It also serves an outstanding dinner menu which includes crab cakes and grilled ahi tuna.
Time is an eclectic restaurant with three bars including a whiskey bar and serving delicious contemporary American fare. The two floor restaurant has a luxurious 60 seat dining room with Venetian blown glass and teardrop crystals, elevated banquettes around the large bar and a live band of musicians. The first floor houses the earthy whiskey bar done up in wood and has comfy booths ideal to watch a game or enjoy drinks while nibbling on delectable snacks. Lastly the second floor is The Absinthe Lounge, a Parisian inspired club, where DJ's spin to sway you in the night. This chic space is also available for private events. The Whiskey Bar and tap room boasts about more than 90 types of whiskeys, 20 tap beers and much more. You can be sure the tap will never run dry here in Time.
A popular neighborhood place for lunch with a big menu— everything from meatloaf to an Irish Mixed Grill one pork chop, a grilled chicken breast and grilled shrimp with a potato and a hot vegetarian grinder. There are many microbrews on tap, including a house ale especially brewed for McGillin's, locally. This place has an old-fashioned feel that actually delivers an old-fashioned good time. Join the sing along on Wednesday and Friday nights and a DJ every Friday night.
Opa Philadelphia is a Greek restaurant and bar with a beer garden called the Drury in the Midtown Village. The sleek interior welcomes you to bite on the mezedes (small plates) such as herbed keftedes (meatballs) in an ouzo-tomato sauce, and grilled octopus, while the piatas (large plates) offer whole fish and pastitsio. Enjoy the innovative dishes, ambience, lovely wines and the newly opened Drury beer garden, while sipping on your favorite drink and nibbling on gorgeous food in Opa.