Bringing you seasonal
ingredients, terroir-driven wines, well-made cocktails and craft beers,
executive Chef Bryan Sikora focuses on medium-sized plates that provide bold
flavors. In addition to the beautiful
design, featuring a modern interior of Vermont marble, white oak and an open
kitchen, a.Kitchen also has preferential seating for residents. You will definitely want to plan an evening
here during your stay.
small–plates restaurant and bar located in the trendy Midtown Village section
of Center City. With a wood-burning oven for pizzas & roasting, the food is
bold and flavorful. Skip desert—instead go across the street to Capogiro—for
some smooth and luscious gelato.
A delicious option in
the immediate area, that is also a BYOB and as you’ll see from their website,
they have an ever changing, weekly, eclectic tasting menu. They use local, fresh ingredients whenever
possible, transitioning the taste to the plate seamlessly.
from uber–restauranteur Stephen Starr. Perhaps the best steaks in the city, in
a pleasingly un–steakhouse atmosphere. And they have Kobe beef, of course. Keep in mind that Barclay Prime only serves
dinner, when making your plans.
A classic American
bar with over 80 whiskeys and serving what is arguably, though hotly debated,
the best burger in town. Great for late night eating and drinking. Due to this mouth watering burger they do not
accept reservations, as they are walk-ins only.
The city’s finest
Italian restaurant, often touted as one of the country’s best, though with only
34 seats, a very tough reservation to get, indeed. Marc Vetri is without equal
in the kitchen. Also, a stellar wine list, ably overseen by co–owner Jeff
Lee How Fook
The dining room is
nothing to write home about with its bright lighting and uncomfortable chairs.
So, go for the food, certainly the tastiest in Chinatown. We’re fans of the
salt–baked squid and scallops—salty, tender, and crunchy, all at once.
with a modern twist from ex–Morimoto protege Zama Tanaka. In addition to
perfectly sourced and sliced fish, Zama has created compelling maki rolls named
after local celebs—with a portion of the proceeds going to charity.