If you go: Philadelphia restaurants

March 13, 2014
if you go
STAYING THERE

Hotel Palomar

117 S. 17th St.

215-563-5006

www.hotelpalomar-philadelphia.com

Boutique style-hotel from Kimpton located in a circa 1929 Art Deco building; rooms from $175.

DINING THERE

Avance

1523 Walnut St.

215-405-0700

www.avancerestaurant.com

Progressive American cuisine. Dinner entrees from $25; five- and eight-course tasting menus priced at $87 and $138 a person.

The Fat Ham

3131 Walnut St.

215-735-1914

www.sbragadining.com/fatham

Southern-style small plates. Dishes start at $5.

Laurel

1617 E. Passyunk Ave.

215-271-8299

www.restaurantlaurel.com

French-influenced American BYO restaurant. Entrees from $24; seven-course tasting menu $75.

Rosa Blanca

707 Chestnut St.

215-925-5555

philadelphia.rosablancadiner.com

Cuban-style diner serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Dinner entrees from $16.

Sbraga

440 S. Broad St.

215-735-1913

www.sbragadining.com/sbraga

Modern American cooking offered as a $49 four-course menu or $75 six-course tasting menu, or a la carte at the bar.

Serpico

604 South St.

215-925-3001

www.serpicoonsouth.com

Dinner-only pan-Asian restaurant serving small and large plates meant for sharing; larger plates from $21.

Volver

Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts

300 S. Broad St.

www.volverrestaurant.com

Global cuisine offered as eight- or 12-course tasting menus, priced from $75 to $250 a person, but sold as “tickets” in tables of two, four or six.

INFORMATION

www.visitphilly.com

R.D.

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