- OTOpenTable Diner1 review4.0Dined 2 days agoNice, food was good, not great. Drinks were great! I would eat there again.More info1794 The Whiskey RebellionPrice: Moderate• Steakhouse• Carlisle•4.4
- KKaitlyn1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoWe loved spending our 5th year anniversary here! My husband enjoyed the lobster tortellini and IPAs on tap. I enjoyed the burger and truffle fries and the cocktails were delicious. We loved the Brussel sprouts appetizer as well! Great atmosphere and service too!! Thank you!More infoThe Barn At AllenberryPrice: Expensive• American• Carlisle•4.4
- SSnappy1 review5.0Dined 3 days agoService was fantastic, food was amazing. It never disappoints.More infoLiberty Bar & Grill at Parx ShippensburgPrice: Moderate• Grill• Shippensburg•4.3
- CBCarolB1 review5.0Dined 6 days agoOur meals were appealing and delicious. The ambiance was nice.More infoCopper KettlePrice: Expensive• American• Chambersburg•4.6
- TWTraceyWPhiladelphia / New Jersey Suburbs •2 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Wow! What a great time we had at the breakfast buffet with the Hershey Characters! The food was delicious! Our server, Megan, was fantastic...she deserves an honorable mention! We will be back for dinner with Cocoa on Thursday evenings!More infoThe Chocolatier Restaurant + BarPrice: Expensive• American• Hershey•4.2
4 new restaurants making a splash in Philadelphia right now
Philadelphia’s best new restaurants, ideal for your next brunch, lunch, or dinner, are home to some of the city’s hottest tables.
Black-Owned and -Operated Restaurants to Support in Philadelphia & New Jersey
OpenTable gives restaurants the ability to celebrate their identity on their restaurant profile—making it even easier for you to find Black-owned and -operated restaurants to support. Explore the spots in your area.
LGBTQ-Owned and -Operated Restaurants to Support in Philadelphia & New Jersey
OpenTable gives restaurants the ability to celebrate their identity on their restaurant profile—making it even easier for you to find LGBTQ-owned and -operated restaurants to support from coast to coast. Book a table at one of these spots to dine out (and proud!) for Pride month and beyond.
Where to find Philadelphia’s best outdoor dining
Philadelphia’s best restaurants for outdoor dining come with breathtaking views, scenic streetside tables, and charming patios.
Asian-Owned and -Operated Restaurants to Support Near Philadelphia
Celebrate the diversity of the restaurant industry! These Asian-owned and -operated restaurants are proud to share their heritage — explore spots to support near you.
17 restaurants that define Philadelphia dining
Together, these old and new restaurants offer a snapshot of the best of Philadelphia dining right now.
Women-Owned and -Operated Restaurants to Support in Philadelphia
Celebrate the diversity of the restaurant industry! These Woman-owned and -operated restaurants are proud to share their identity — explore spots to support near you.
10 romantic restaurants in Philadelphia for every kind of date
Whether you want to woo your Valentine with fussy French food or share a plate of fried chicken at a gastropub, Philadelphia’s most romantic restaurants can vastly improve Cupid’s aim this February. For some, sparks will fly over vegan snacks and zippy cocktails at a dimly lit Center City bar. At an Italian institution in East Passyunk, live opera performances draw couples who prefer more epic celebrations. Others may opt for a nostalgic evening at a retro steakhouse just over the Ben Franklin Bridge. Treat yourself and your date to a swoon-worthy meal. Read on for a guide to Philadelphia’s 10 top date-night restaurants.
12 of Philadelphia’s outstanding spots for celebrating special occasions
Maybe you got engaged on the steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art or just picked up the keys to your first rowhouse. It could be that your kid is (finally) toilet trained, or that your noisy neighbor moved away. Sometimes, simply surviving another Tuesday can be an occasion to celebrate over a restaurant meal. It doesn’t have to be fancy. What makes an occasion special isn’t an arbitrary date on the calendar—it’s the decision to celebrate. Luckily, Philadelphia bursts with places where the food and atmosphere lend themselves to living it up. Grab dinner and a jazz show at a swinging North Broad Street faithful. Opt for a quieter night at a critically acclaimed, plant-based gem in Midtown Village. Or splurge on a swanky steakhouse that presides over a corner of Rittenhouse Park. Whether you’re after an intimate spot for an anniversary date or a convivial atmosphere for a boisterous reunion, Philadelphia has you covered with these 12 celebration-worthy restaurants.
The Best Places to Grab a Drink in Philadelphia
Philadelphia’s bar scene pulses with the same eclectic energy that defines its restaurants. In every neighborhood, you’ll find spots that reflect the people who live, work, and drink there. Some embrace the city’s signature blue collar ethos while others offer glamorous settings—and even higher-end spirits. Many are attached to restaurant kitchens that turn out the kind of top-notch food that put Philadelphia on the culinary map. The city’s drinking dens have you covered, whether your tastes skew classic or trendy, whiskey or vodka, domestic or imported. Grab a friend—plus a barstool—and explore this town by way of its best watering holes.
A Guide to the Best Date Spots in Philadelphia & New Jersey
Conversations begin on Bumble but they get even deeper IRL. When it’s time to move from direct messaging to direct eye contact, find a table for two. And to make it super easy, OpenTable and Bumble are teaming up to help you find the best date spots in your city. Find a restaurant that fits your style, whether you want drinks on a patio or a special four-course meal, OpenTable can help you choose the cuisine, seating area, and even book unique experiences with nearby restaurants. Download the Bumble app to find your match, and check the list below to find your table.
10 Top Burger Picks in Philadelphia and New Jersey
The genesis of the beef-on-bun combo known as the hamburger might be forever shrouded in mystery — there are at least six different people that claim to be responsible for its invention — but regardless of who came up with the burger, its appeal is undeniable. Throughout Philadelphia and New Jersey, burger options abound, from pared-down smashburgers topped with a simple combo of lettuce, tomato and onion, to patties finished with bacon and eggs designed for brunch-time enjoyment. Up and down the New Jersey coastline and into Philadelphia, these are the spots serving can’t-miss burgers.
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Discover Washington Crossing
While Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania is best known for where George Washington crossed the Delaware River, it is fast becoming known as a food lover's delight. Whether you're coming to Bucks County over the weekend to visit the kissing bridges or just enjoying your own day off from work, start out with a great weekend brunch featuring lemon ricotta pancakes, cheese blintzes or Charleston shrimp served in a historic setting. Enjpy local lunch favorites at area restaurants featuring hearty meals like coffee-rubbed brisket served with a variety of barbecue sauces. Waterfront dining is another specialty in Washington Crossing, with many American, Italian and other eateries offering outdoor patios overlooking the river.
Frequently asked questions
The best reviewed restaurant in Washington Crossing is Washington Crossing Inn