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The Moshulu, the world's oldest and largest four-masted Tall Ship offers unsurpassed views for intimate to extraordinary dining aboard this Philadelphia landmark restaurant. Enjoy inventive and contemporary presentations of classic American Cuisine by Chef Anthony Bonett using the freshest, local ingredients available from the land and pristine seafood and shellfish paired with an extensive wine list.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Contemporary American, American, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
10:00 AM to 2:30 PM
Sunday - Thursday 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Friday - Saturday 5:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Outdoor Decks and Bars open weather and private party permitting starting May 19th - October 1st. Monday - Thursday 3 PM, Friday & Sat 12 PM, Sunday 10 AM.
$30 and under
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Parking is available adjacent to the Moshulu for $17 per vehicle. Additional self-parking is also available across Columbus Blvd. Both lots are owned and operated by Penn's Landing. There is also 4 hour metered parking along Columbus Blvd. for $1 an hour.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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The Moshulu, the World’s oldest and largest four-masted Tall Ship offers unsurpassed views and a unique backdrop for intimate to extraordinary dining and celebrations. Our private dining rooms, outdoor open-aired and tented decks combined with delectable, award-wining American cuisine and impeccable service create the perfect setting for memorable events, please contact Jake Wade at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Moshulu Ratings and Reviews
I picked restaurant for dinner because I was looking for a romantic place to propose to my girlfriend. I never ate there but I was told it was romantic by my boss. we stayed at the Hilton Hotel right up the street from you guys It was actually perfect we are able to walk right down to you guys It was the perfect atmosphere for me to propose our server Gary Goldstein was awesome he made it very comfortable for me I told him I was going to propose he took me And my girlfriend for a a little tour of the ship I found a nice romantic spot to propose to her. Gary even videoed it for me. Thank you Gary for all your help and thank you to the Moshulu
We are actually thinking about getting married there
Went for romantic date on Valentines Day. Our experience couldn’t have been any better! Our server, John I believe, was as professional, courteous, friendly, knowledgeable and most of all attentive as we’ve ever had at any restaurant. Looking forward to our next visit!
This place was recommended by a coworker and did not disappoint! Gary, our server, was phenomenal. His food recommendations were on point, service was outstanding, and he made sure to show us around the whole venue after our meal when I mentioned we wanted to come back when the deck was open in the summer.
The restaurant is unique, the food was good, the service was good, but why oh why did they seat a party of about 8 to ten people who were celebrating an anniversary and seemed to believe that they were the only people on the face of the earth, whooping and hollering at regular intervals? The first 30 minutes of the dinner was so nice, with light guitar music serenading the many couples who were out celebrating an early Valentine's Day dinner. Then the rambling horde arrived and no one could hear anything but them, This was especially annoying since there was an attached and glass enclosed room adjacent to our dining room where large groups could be seated and whoop to their hearts' content without annoying the 90% of the rest of the restaurant who were also paying high prices for what they hoped would be a nice evening. I have seen this same complaint about the restaurant on this website. It is time they learned that they will lose customers if they keep up this insane seating policy.
Thank you for sending me this Review/Survey! I wanted to note that we had an amazing time that evening! The only thing that threw us off a bit was the waiter's service toward us. In the beginning he was okay however, as the night progressed, we rarely saw him. I do not remember his name but( we were at the table that appeared to be leaning, we mentioned this to the Manager) at the end of the night when my husband's special request did not come out, I made mention of this to the waiter and he said he'd look into the matter. He came back with a scoop of sorbet, that I did not request, I explained the before to him and he sort of shrugged it off and walked away! I explained to my husband what was going on and that I did not request what the waiter brought out. My husband called over the Manager, explained our situation and the Manager came back very quickly with exactly what I special requested for my husband's bday.. Gratuity is included at this restaurant however, if it wasn't, he did not work for the tip that he received. Our waiter seemed a lil off-putting (that's how I AM going to describe him) so, we did not make a big thing of that situation, we were pleased with what the Manager did for us and enjoyed the rest of the evening. Again, thank you to the staff for the warm welcome and to the Manager for taking care of us~
The service was super slow took over 1hr and 3mins to be served our meal for our table of 5. The atmosphere was a little noisy due to someone having a 60th birthday party. The waiter was ok but rarely checked on us during our time there. I did like the fact they served my brother a nice sorbet for his 40th birthday dinner and gave a nice card.
We've been going to the Moshulu for over 10 years now, at least once a year on our Anniversary. Food is excellent, view and ambiance are what make it....service has always been top notch though. Little pricey but not unexpected for Philly waterfront fine dining on a clipper ship!
We were there to celebrate a birthday. It's an annual ritual. We love the ambiance of this place, with white linen fine dining, river view, and a reliably great seafood meal. Waiter was competent, though I had to be the one to ask his name. Best to introduce yourself to the guests :-) All in all, an enjoyable night out.
This was the second time we ate here, the first time (in April 2017) was wonderful- food, service, everything. This time we brought my parents from out of town and it was completely disappointing. The appetizers were good, but the drinks, the creme brûlée and two out of our four entrees (the two that were good ordered the same thing- the special) were just “ok”, which sucks when it is so expensive.
Our server was wonderful.
I wish I’d come the once and left it at that...
It was a nice evening, however, I made it known that it was a birthday celebration and when we ordered dessert I thought there would be a candle or something? Why ask what kind of occasion it is if nothing will be acknowledged? Ruth Chris puts a red bow on table and a glass of champagne...would have been nice to have something....for a $200 meal for two.
The 14 oz steak had way too much salt, so much so that as of the morning 2 days later my wife still felt uncomfortable. Note she consumed no salt during the 2 days after the meal.
The noise level was very high as we were seated near at least 1 but possibly 2 Birthday parties. There was a lot of very loud talking and a fair amount of squealing.
When I called I was told dress was business casual. I guess jeans and baseball caps now meet the business casual definition. They don’t at any of the businesses I’ve had occasion to enter.
I was embarrassed for several younger men that may have thought they were taking a female companion to a romantic dinner.
My girlfriends and I came here for a birthday brunch while visiting from Chicago. We actually didn't realize this restaurant was situated on a boat - we were drawn to it for the bottomless bellinis. Boy, are we glad we came in. We sat in a booth and looked out onto the water from the windows while we dined. The bottomless bellinis were delicious and we were told we could even switch between drinks that comprise the bottomless menu. The three of us shared the fried chicken tenders, belgian waffles, and veggie benedict. The food was good, not great, but we really enjoyed the ambiance, drinks, and our very energetic and friendly server. We will definitely be back the next time we're in Philly.
My husband and I went to the Moshulu for my birthday which was 1/13. This is not our first time there but it will be our last. We did arrive an hour early and they were able to accommodate us. But it went down hill from there, we ordered our appetizers cocktail shrimp and lobster bisque.The soup was just warm not hot and his shrimp cocktail on was only four shrimp that were not colossal shrimp compared to other restaurants who serve the same dish. The entrees were the jump-lump crab-cake and striped bass, our food was not hot . My lump cake cake has no flavor and my husband hated his entire dish the bass was slimy and the rice bed was hard and it was cold . i also order the crab ac and cheese that had no crab . That was the reason we came back to the Moshulu for dinner but was highly disappointed. They served use flat ginger ale,Im sure it was mixed with water.
Oh and lets not forget the sliding table that keep shifting out the entire night.We were told by the waiter to not lean on the table so it doesn’t move but we sat in a booth the last time and didn’t have this problem.It was kind uncomfortable eating cold bisque while holding onto the table at the same time.
It was also a couple there arguing the whole time loudly. No One on staff asked them to lower there voices.
This was the worst birthday dinner for $200 bucks (we still tipped the waiter 40 for under average service)Even though he visited out table a total of 3 time the entire night one to take out oder,two to bring our drinks and three to give us a bill.How ever they party sitting behind us he visited their table frequently to ask them if they were okay
This was just a night of bad food and bad service.
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