Click on the Marathon on the Square link. Breakfast, lunch, or dinner, you can't go wrong here. Wide variety, easy-going atmosphere. And don't miss a lovely stroll through Rittenhouse Square on your way.
Experience the Stephen Starr Experience at any of these fine restaurants. Feast your senses, and loosen the hinges on your purse just a little - nothing shocking! Continental Mid-Town, Striped Bass, Barclay Prime, and Alma de Cuba are all within walking distance of 17th and Chestnut, and come highly recommended.
3430 Sansom St. - Perhaps Philadelphian Patti LaBelle put it best when she sang: mocha chocolata ya ya. Frothy coffee beverages, muffins, bagels...
A classic, if a little pricey. Locally grown ingredients crafted into delicious dishes and a cozy atmosphere make the White Dog a popular place. And the little chachki shop nextdoor, the Black Cat draws you in after a lovely meal, drinks, or desert.
Ah, pub food! Stop in for a pint and some shepherd's pie, a brew and a burger, a sandwich and some slainte! It's all here, and if Philadelphia is the birthplace of American independence, then the New Deck is to America as Quizzo is to independence. Or something. It won't matter after a few pints.
If you're half the nerd I think you are, you'll take the time to review the Bubble Tea and Tea menus online before visiting our beloved Bubble House. Good for you, smarty! There's a lot of selection, not only in terms of beverages, but also delicious lunch and dinner options, and cocktails, too!
The closest, easiest grab 'n' go for hoagies, soft drinks, coffee/tea, slurpee drinks, chips, etc. It's on Chestnut St., near the south west corner of 36th. And there's a fee-free ATM inside!
Philadelphia restauranteur Stephen Starr's contemporary pan-Asian cuisine in a relaxed-yet-schmancy atmosphere. Check out the menu, pick prepared plates circling the sushi bar on conveyor belt, or ask the chef to create your own sushi rolls. You could go wrong, but it will be your own fault!