The neighborhood of Chestnut Hill has long been known as Philadelphia's Garden District for good reason. With its wealth of greenery and unusually high population of historical architecture, it's the perfect place to sit on a patio for a nice brunch or an early dinner. Luckily, the restaurant owners of Chestnut Hill are happy to oblige. As one might expect from Philadelphia, beer is never lacking. A number of breweries dot the neighborhood, serving gastro pub interpretations of more traditional bar food. But the culinary delights available go well beyond admittedly delicious takes on burgers and wings. Asian fusion has become popular in the area, but you'd be remiss to visit the area without trying a classic Philly cheesesteak or a sumptuous sticky bun.