Bringing a bit of the Caribbean to the city, Bahama Breeze is a lively spot to relish the eclectic cuisine from these islands. Their extensive menu with its tropical flavors will entice your palate and will make you want more. Enjoy their happy hours with delectable concoctions that are specially handcrafted by their bartenders. Listen to live music and sway a bit along with family and friends in tow.
Opened in 1992, Steak 38 is an ode to the period from 1950 through the 1960s and is a popular spot for their perfectly charred, flavorful steaks. Their table-side dishes are also a hit among patrons. Using only certified Angus beef and the best of seafood, their steaks are grilled on open flame. Dimly lit, this cozy place also stocks top scotch and martinis. Casually elegant in a nostalgic way, you can be sure of a memorable experience at Steak 38.
Ristorante Toscana is a desirable destination for delectable Italian cuisine. Counted among the best places for Italian food, the kitchen is known for its grilled dishes like Tuna Giallo and Lobster and Crab Bisque, all featuring bold Italian flavors and spices. The place has an impressive wine list, comprising of delicious wines that effortlessly complement the toothsome meal. The ambiance of this charming eatery is relaxed, with interiors as exotic as the food served here, making it perfect for your next dinner session.
Highly acclaimed brewers Mark Edelson and Kevin Finn started this brewery in CE 1994, only to merge as one of the best breweries in town. Not only the house beers but the food is delicious. It has many awards for its children's menu, proving that it knows how to keep kids happy. The Kid's Menu comprises of an assortment of healthy food like fish, fresh sandwiches and the popular Mint, Oreo Cookie. There are gluten-free meals too. Try the egg rolls which are quick to sell. The house beers include the mild Iron Hill Light Lager, Raspberry Wheat with a burst of raspberry and a medium Ironbound Ale.
Located on the Locust Street in Washington Square, Vedge has a lot to offer for vegetarians and vegans in the city. The kitchen, headed by Chef Katie Jacoby uses the freshest ingredients natural available; making everything on the menu free of any kind of animal products and is gloriously tasty. Apart from delicious dishes like the sweet potato pate and brussels sprouts, they also offer a range of all vegan desserts like cheesecakes which are just about awesome. You can complement your gorgeous healthy meal with one of they stellar curated cocktails like Jolly Ginger Jammer.
The Khyber is one of the oldest bars in Philadelphia. It is the quintessential rock club - all dark and smoky. The chosen bar for old and new rockers alike, most bands go on to hit the jackpot from here (always a good sign). The bar itself, designed with ferocious red eyed gargoyles that have been shipped from London way back in 1876! The club boasts of at least one good live show in a week, and happy hour is between 5p-7p. So stop by to chug some beers from the excellent selection, which has both local and international brews. There's also a good selection of delicious pub-style fare on offer, including many vegetarian and vegan options to choose from.
Open for twenty years now, Giumarello's Restaurant proudly serves the finest Tuscan food featuring Calamari Fritti, Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes and Riccota Cheese Gnnochi. Winner of the Zagat 2013 award, it is renowned for its quality entertainment and wholesome food. The G-bar in the same premises offers cocktails and live entertainment along with happy hour promotions. It is crowded most of the time therefore booking is advisable. Dress well and be warned that the prices are a little hefty here.
Although resembling a cozy neighborhood restaurant with a casual ambience and friendly staff, Tre Famiglia Ristorante serves high class Italian delicacies that will leave the diner licking his fingers for more. Much talked about and visited, the menu offers Mussels Possillipo, Bruschetta, Pappardelle Bolognaise, Homemade Meatballs, Arborio Risotto and Milanese Pollo Vitello. Try the Sausage & Figs which is a bit sweet but memorable nonetheless. The magic of the food is such that once you dine here, there is nowhere else that can ever take its place. Tre Famiglia Ristorante does not serve alcohol, though one can carry one's own and savor it here.
Known for their slow roasted meats and Memphis inspired blues decor, Red Hot & Blue Cherry Hill is one of the best places in town for you BBQ cravings. Though a part of a chain, this lively restaurant ensures to keep up the quality of its brand name. Dig into pulled pork and chicken, beef briskets, ribs and chicken wings. Their regular dosage of live music is an added bonus and will make you want to shake a leg or two.
Are you looking for some place where you can treat your taste buds to some really delicious Italian fusion cuisine? Caffe Aldo Lamberti is your place to be. The kitchen is known to present toothsome dishes like Seafood Salad Lamberti and Wild Alaskan Salmon, featuring bold Italian flavors and spices. To accompany the delicious meals, you have a choice of a variety of alcoholic beverages, such as draft beer, vodka cocktails, red and white wines. This classy bar has three wine cellars nestled in its basement, that can rented for personal get together. With an elegant decor style, delectable food and a sophisticated ambiance, Caffe Aldo Lamberti makes for a desirable dining destination.
Houlihan's Cherry Hill is a well rounded dining establishment. Original artworks, brick walls and a monthly curated music selection sets the tone for a lively ambiance. Their American menu is all about cooking from scratch and is inspired from various cuisine from all across the globe. Small portions, light bites or comfort food, you will find something for everyone here. Enjoy happy hours with craft beers, martinis, wines and cocktails. Their wine and cocktail list changes daily adding an interesting mix for those who love their drinks.