Philly's Best Center City and Old City Restaurants

Philly's Best Center City and Old City Restaurants

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Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia Restaurants - One of the best ways to experience the rich food scene in the city of Philadelphia is to explore the city's many top restaurants. While the cheesesteak may be the city's most iconic dish, this cosmopolitan destination is fast becoming one of the country's top dining destinations. Thanks to a new crop of talented chefs, Philadelphia is now home to a wide variety of top-notch restaurants that offer world-class flavors.

Exploring Center City and Old City Philadelphia's Top Restaurants

Morimoto Restaurant in Philadelphia

Omakase and Sushi With an Iron Chef

If you love Japanese food, you'll want to check out Morimoto Restaurant in Philadelphia. Known for its Omakase cuisine, this restaurant serves up various dishes from all over Japan in a chic, color-changing environment. You'll be amazed by the attention to detail and each dish's unique flavors. There's a sushi bar and a live sushi chef to keep you satisfied. 723 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19106

Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar in Philadelphia

Enjoy Modern Cuban Cuisine and Late-Night Salsa Dancing

You can enjoy authentic Cuban cuisine in Philadelphia at Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar. This restaurant is near the Rittenhouse Square neighborhood, and its Caribbean-themed decor will transport you to another world. Whether you want to enjoy a casual dinner with friends or a romantic dinner with your significant other, you can have both at this authentic Cuban restaurant. You can also join in the late-night salsa dancing to enjoy the place's ambiance.10 S 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106

Royal Boucherie in Philadelphia

French-Inspired American Brasserie With a Raw Bar

Located on 2nd Street, Royal Boucherie American Brasserie has an old-world charm. Its interior design reflects its old-world roots, with handmade bars and a beautiful ambiance. It is warm and welcoming, which helps explain its busy and often crowded location. The restaurant is owned by acclaimed chef Nick Elmi, who owns the nearby Laurel. The food is good at Royal Boucherie, and the staff is attentive and friendly. 52 S 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106

New Butcher and Singer in Philadelphia

Philadelphia Steakhouse

If you're in town for a business lunch, Butcher & Singer is the ideal choice. The staff is friendly, and the prices are reasonable. With a cozy atmosphere and refined decor, It's not surprising to learn that the Philadelphia Steakhouse is also one of the oldest steakhouses in the city. The ambiance of Butcher and Singer is reminiscent of 1940s Hollywood. The steaks are world-class, and the raw bar is impressive.1500 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19102

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Written By: Philly Bite Magazines Staff

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