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About Square 1682
Square 1682 presents a Modern American Kitchen menu thoughtfully and masterfully created by Executive Chef Robert Surdam. The menu features small & large plates, as well as dishes designed for sharing during dinner. With emphasis on local and organic products, Chef Surdam entices the taste buds with every bite, through his lens of culinary America.
The bar showcases a pure wellness program of all natural ingredients, where fresh fruit and juices, infused spirits, and housemade flavored syrups are created daily from our Lead Bartender Daniel Kulisek. Square 1682 invites guests to a full experience of dining, libations, and lively ambiance on every visit.
Philadelphia, PA 19103
American, Organic, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Saturday & Sunday: 8am-2:30pm
Sunday through Thursday: 11:30am - 12:00am
Friday and Saturday: 9:00am - 1:00am
17th & Sansom Streets
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Enjoy stunning views and exceptional service for any of your meeting and event needs at the adjacent Hotel Palomar and enjoy catered food from Square 1682!
Valet parking available
We are convenient to all SEPTA bus & regional rail lines! Closest train station is Suburban Station (34 N. 16th Street & J.F.K. Boulevard). You will head west on John F. Kennedy Blvd toward North 17th Street, then turn left onto North 17th Street.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Celebrate the weekend with Square 1682's Prosecco Punch Brunch! $22 for a carafe of Prosecco mixed with our seasonal flavors!
Located in the heart of Rittenhouse Square, Square 1682 and Hotel Palomar Philadelphia, offers those planning private parties, corporate events, weddings, and more, a refreshing array of original venues that suit private gatherings of many kinds.
Square 1682 Ratings and Reviews
This restaurant is the Hotel Palomar's restaurant. The TV was on with a crowd of people watching the NFL playoff game. While I understand a Philadelphia crowd wanting to see the game, it doesn't exactly signal fine dining. The food was all right, neither great nor awful. The service was pretty slow though reasonably capable.
We should've ordered a la carte instead of the Thanksgiving special
Tbe turkey waz cut off a breast in a faux "cutlet" style and roasted until the pointy end was hard. It was a thick slab instead of nice moist slice roasted turkey that you expect on Thanksgiving. Very disappointing. .
We like to come to the city a couple of times a year and try new restaurants but we find ourselves always coming back to Square 1682. Only restaurant we have visited more than one since coming to the city and I am sure we will be back here next month for our yearly date anniversary.
I always enjoy Square 1682. The ambiance is very nice, the restaurant is vibrant but not noisy, and the food and service - superior. Try the bronzino....I loved it! Our server made every attempt to make us feel well attended to, and was open to our substitutions on our entrees. I will be back again!
Our waitress was warm and friendly. My ravioli was swimming in olive oil which is a shame because it was sooo good. My husband did not complain about not one thing and cleaned his plate. I had a corn salad as an app and the combo of flavours was amazing . Definitely recommend
An enjoyable dining experience requires good food, attentive service and a pleasant environment. Unfortunately, this restaurant failed to deliver. Firstly the positives, the food was quite good, but we had to wait 45 minutes for our appetisers, and a further 45 for the entrees, even though the restaurant was only half- full. Service was indifferent, we were attended by 3 different servers, and our initial server forgot my order.
Ambience was non-existent, the combination of an open kitchen, non-sound absorbing materials and loud music meant that people had to shout to make themselves heard, adding to the cacophony.
I suggest management thinks carefully about which direction they want to go, they can be a bar or a restaurant, but not both.
Got the sweet corn salad, which could be an entree and the special, NY strip with sautéed asparagus and mashed potatoes. Couldn't have asked or a better meal. Many thanks to the chef, my server--apologies for not mentioning her by name-- and the great bartender with the excellent Cabernet!
Had breakfast/brunch with 3 friends early Sunday morning before an Eagles game. This restaurant was one of only a few in the area that opens early on Sunday. All of our entrees were delicious. Fresh & tasty ingredients presented beautifully. Daily frittata was exceptional as was the Build You Own Benedict. Service was great, although in all fairness, the restaurant was not very crowded.
The only negative was parking. When the hostess called the day before to confirm our reservation, she assured me that our parking would be validated. Turns out, the hotel (Palomar) only validates parking if you are staying there as a guest. This miscommunication cost me $27 for valet parking!
Took a friend to Square 1682 for her birthday. The food was delicious, and we had a bottle of champagne to mark the occasion. The restaurant is in the Hotel Palomar, and there was a sizeable group in the restaurant's bar. The sound level was so loud at times, we could not hear each other across the table. So if you want an energetic bar scene, this is the place! If you want good food more than conversation, this is the place!! Eat up!!
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