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About Bank & Bourbon
Bank & Bourbon is the perfect gathering place. A quiet meal for two or group events in our private dinning areas. We provide an inherently American menu by celebrated Executive Chef Tom Harkins, that offers creative, seasonal interpretations of classic dishes - all in a comfortable, relaxed setting. Additionally Bank & Bourbon features an innovative barrel-aging program for house aged liquors and creative cocktails under the guidance of our experienced Bourbon experts. Located at the historic PSFS building.
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 6:30am - 11:30am
Lunch: Daily: 11:30am - 2:00pm
Dinner: Daily: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Brunch: Saturday - Sun - 9:30 - 2:00 A la carte menu
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Inherently American designed menus of your choice created by the talented culinary team of Chef Tom Harkins.
Located on 12 street side of the Loews Hotel
Market st station.
Private Party Facilities:
Bank and Bourbon offers private dining areas for your enjoyment. Our private areas can accommodate up to 56 for a sit down dinner and 70 for a reception style event.
Private Party Contact:
Elizabeth Lotz: (215) 231-7268
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Come in Monday - Thursday from 5-6pm for Happy Hour. Enjoy small-bite food treats, and drink specials featuring signature cocktails. With special food and beverage combinations the happiest Happy Hour in Philadelphia.
Bank & Bourbon Ratings and Reviews
Food and service was great even for the busy day that we were there. The buffet was a pretty good value for the variety of food offered and quality of food received. Recommend this restaurant for anyone in the city looking for a quick bite to eat - solid, nothing fancy, or extra special. Good, quality food.
It was the Eagles Superbowl Parade day; we arrived over an hour early for our reservation. We were freezing from the cold. The host was fantastic; he told us he had a table for us. We were seated right away in a warm corner near breakfast buffet. My daughter and her friend had their omelets made for them. I sat with a hot cup of coffee. Just wonderful. I will definitely go back to Bank and Bourbon and recommend this restaurant to others.
Made a great memory of good food and comfort!
Was spending the day to celebrate and take part in the eagles world championship parade! From 7:00am until the next day perfect place for me to go in between the parade route! With a room upstairs...this made my stay so pleasurable!
I loved the atmosphere staff was amazing so accommodating and extremely laid back! I will be back that’s for sure!! Thanks again for a great day at you establishment and hotel! Go eagles!! ❤️🦅🏆
Great place for brunch! Friendly staff, delicious and generous spread. We weren’t rushed and got a great drink deal with brunch. The corner booth was perfect for a friend’s reunion. The food was very good and plentiful. We arrived early and stayed for almost 3 hours— had breakfast and lunch while hanging out!
First, our server was excellent. Well paced courses and attentive without being overly. Cheese and ham boards were nice. Dinners of brazinno, duck breast, ahi tuna were all nicely done. Wine choices were nice. Will be back again, a nice evening. Only one minor complaint. We sat in the curved window section and I thought the direct lighting was a little to bright on the table. Could have been toned down some.
We have been here on a few occasions, the staff is amazing. Waiters from last year remembered us by name! The food is seasonal, mostly local and delicious. The hotel (Loews) often has meetings and weddings and then the restaurant can be noisy; that would be my only complaint.
The bar is definitely too dark & dreary. Needs some livening up. Tables in dining room toooooo
small, even smaller than the typical ones. Food very nice. Don't like the gingham shirts on the staff. They should give them blue pinstripes, not gingham, please we'e a major city.
My wife and I stayed at the Loews Hotel Saturday for two reasons: we had tickets to see a play at the Wilma Theater and we had received a Christmas gift certificate for Bank and Bourbon. We had a delicious meal, great service and enjoyed the hustle and bustle from the hotel activity. As a huge bourbon fan, I was blown away by their whiskey and bourbon menu. We'd definitely go back. One word of caution: with our enjoyment of high end bourbons and fine red wine, we were glad we had the gift certificate to help with the bill!
The staff at Bank & Bourbon were very accommodating for my dinner party after we showed up late for our reservation due to traffic. We were pleased with the service and the meal options during restaurant week. Will recommend Bank & Bourbon to friends and family.
Five of us visited for Restaurant Week before attending the theater. We were seated promptly at our 5:30 time and in a corner near a window - wonderful. All 3 courses came at appropriate times, we got our check and got to the theater for our 7:00 show. Very well done. Several of us enjoyed the potato soup. The salmon was nicely browned and quite a good size. The bread was great. The service was just right. The apple crisp with ice cream was too sweet for my taste and I thought the apples should have been cooked a bit more but maybe that was due to Restaurant Week.
I wasn't sure what to think in the beginning. I went for an anniversary and it seemed a little more casual than I had thought. However, we were seated in a corner by the sidewalk away from the chaos of the bar. I like how they had flights of whiskey on their menu because I did want to try more than one. It would have been nice to pick different ones, but I'm sure that can be tough with price points. I didn't go for an entree because I wanted to give a few of the appetizers a try. I thought the pierogies were the best, but the tuna tartare was also delicious. I had some of the chicken entree and that was full of flavor, falling right off the bone. It was also really nice of them to bring champagne over at the end. I'd come back, but for something a bit more casual.
The service was horrible. Not only was my order messed up, but they had the audacity to send back the same plate by only taking the bacon off. (I don't eat meat) so once the plate was brought out, it came back in less than 10 minutes. The food was bland & i'd rather have red lobster.
We were at restaurant for restaurant week menu. We had not been there before and left with excellent impression. The waiter was friendly and attentive. The food was very good and of course great value due to restaurant week pricing. We will return though for regular menu. Seating was quiet and comfortable. Great visit overall.
My daughters and I dined there during Restaurant Week. The price and choices were very agreeable, and we enjoyed our meals. The portion sizes were just right. I appreciated the decor and the large windows which provided a view of the street corner. The servers were quite friendly and efficient. I will definitely go back with my husband sometime soon for dinner.
We spent New Year's Eve here. We arrived early and decided to grab a drink at the bar - the bar tenders could not have been nicer or more informative. Dinner was good - it was a $65/person 3 course meal (reasonable for NYE in the city). The oyster first course was fabulous and the potato soup was good. The prime rib and filet dinner courses were both good and desserts were fine. Service was a little off - I had ordered the wine pairing and my drink came several minutes after my food with each course. But that is the only complaint, and given it was NYE, it was still overall a good night. They also did a great champagne toast at midnight.
Second time dining here- just ok this time. Waiter didn't know what
"crudo" was when we asked - despite it being on the prefixed NYE menu and although the food was very good my husband and I both got bad stomach aches later that evening into the following morning (we both had the medium rare filet mignon). Not sure whether we'll be back again.
Really enjoyed the experience at Bank and Bourbon. Our server made excellent drink selections, allowed us plenty of time for conversation, paced the meal very well. Wine list has some hidden gems. Filet was delicious. The pork chop was beautifully presented, but was a tad dry.....perhaps because it was served sliced. But nevertheless, it was an excellent experience!
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