6 Philly Restaurants and Bars to Take Your Date

6 Philly Restaurants and Bars to Take Your Date

6 Philly Restaurants and Bars to Take Your Date

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Philadelphia Restaurants and Bars to Take Your DatePhiladelphia, PA - When planning a romantic evening in Philadelphia, finding the ideal restaurant and bar can make all the difference.  Philadelphia offers plenty of romantic restaurants, whether it's your first date or something special for an upcoming milestone.

Six Philadelphia Restaurants and Bars to Take Your Date

The city's restaurants are renowned for their creativity and delicious dishes that will wow your special someone on a date. So if you're searching for somewhere to take them on an outing, here are six restaurants and bars worth considering!

1. Vernick Food & Drink on Walnut

Vernick Food & Drink on Walnut is an inviting neighborhood restaurant featuring the finest Philadelphia-made ingredients. Chef-owner Gregory Vernick, a Cherry Hill, NJ native, uses exceptional regional products to craft an alluring menu of approachable global-inspired dishes. Additionally, their cocktail menu offers both classic classics and modern creations.

2. Amada

At Amada Restaurant by James Beard Award-winning chef Jose Garces, you can experience the classic Spanish tapas tradition in a romantic, rustic-chic setting. Choose between private dining rooms, lounges with bars, or group tables in the main dining area.

3. Hiroki

On Wednesday, Hiroki, an upscale Japanese spot helmed by a longtime Morimoto sushi chef, will open in Fishtown. Their menu showcases the best of traditional Japanese cuisine in an omakase format, where diners trust the chef to curate a thoughtful selection of dishes paired with sake from around Japan.

4. Valley Green Inn

Since 1850, The Valley Green Inn has been a landmark of Philadelphia's Wissahickon Valley community. Despite fires, changes of innkeepers, and even natural disasters - it remains open today, serving delicious meals to travelers along Forbidden Drive in Philadelphia's scenic Wissahickon Valley section of Fairmount Park.

5. North Bowl

In 2006, this modern and chic bowling lounge opened its doors in Center City - the first of its kind. With retro-chic vibes that were a step above your typical alley atmosphere, the bar and kitchen served delicious treats such as pizzas, cocktails, and more.

6. Little Nonna's

Little Nonna's is the perfect destination if you're searching for an unforgettable culinary experience to wow your date. Their menu offers classic dishes prepared with ingredients sourced locally by modern-day nonnas - Italian for grandmothers). Make a reservation and be ready to be amazed!

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