Philadelphia, PA - This small South Philly eatery may be the oldest Italian dining establishment in the country. Ralph’s of South Philly is right out of a scene from the Godfather movies. The food is delicious, the staff friendly, and the atmosphere is both friendly and welcoming. One of our favorite Italian eateries in Philadelphia!
Ralph's Italian of South Philly
Opened in 1900, Ralph’s is one of the oldest dining establishments in the united states. This charming Italian Market spot is a favorite hangout for A-listers coming to the city of brotherly love and food enthusiast whom both flock to Ralph's South Philadelphia location for its old-school pasta smothered with gravy, sausage, and peppers, as well as the restaurants famous chicken parmigiana.
One of Ralph’s attractions is that it continues to be owned and operated by the same family, currently in its 4th generation, and Yes, it is a bit noisy; the dining tables are snug, then again, it's South Philly. Relax and delight in the food and chatter of this old-school Italian hot spot.
Ralph's also has a restaurant in King of Prussia. However, the two restaurants are nothing alike. So take the time to visit the original South Philly Location for that real old-world allure and the mouthwatering food that is worth a trip into the city.
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