Tavern 17 is a bar and restaurant in the Rittenhouse Square of Philadelphia. It is a hotel bar for the connected Radisson Blu Hotel. Out of town visitors and local guests alike can enjoy the classy, relaxed atmosphere of the restaurant dining room. Tavern 17's bar caters to those who are looking for a peaceful, yet fun evening at a bar with a lot of variety. At least 12 different beers are offered on tap, with a large selection of spirits and wines as well.
Cuisine served at Tavern 17 consists mainly of American style meals and ingredients. Some of the most popular dishes offered include the flat iron steak sandwich, Philly cheese steak, flatbread pizza and the short ribs. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all available at designated times, with small plates and appetizers always available in the bar.
The server was inattentive while having few customers to wait on. The food was pretty good and nicely plated.
A brasserie, in France, is a place where you can eat at any time, just a salad or just a dessert or a full . meal, or just have a drink, and that's exactly what you can do here
Ok if you are in the city this place has room,
Saturday night is pretty busy in town, not here.
Seriously its a bar off the hotel, and stick to bar grub.
Perfect place to be with my friends that I haven't seen in a while. Service was great. We needed time to catch up and the waitress did not rush us at all. She gave us plenty of time to sit and chat without feeling pressure to give up the table.
I took a small group here for dinner before a comedy show and it went extremely well. The wait staff was attentive and prompt and the food was delicious. Try the house made chips with the blue cheese sauce as a starter. Our group loved them.
Have been here for the last 4 Thanksgiving and usually very busy. Made a reservation and when we arrived there were only 3 other tables. Not impressed with the menu, pricing or the service. Had to ask for rolls and what came out was marble wheat toast. Sorry not for a Thanksgiving dinner at $55 person
Food was great, reasonably priced, the lady on the front desk was fabulous, friendly, helpful with a huge smile. One of the other waitresses was a little terse and a bit serious
Went with a large group for my birthday dinner. Service and food was average. Decor was nice and bar scene is good.
The wife and I decided to dine at any restaurant during Restaurant Week as a last hurrah before welcoming a child into our lives. We ended up here because reservations were available here as opposed to all of the more desirable restaurants. Decor is modern and neat. Live music for the night was nice, both audible but unobtrusive.
- Friendly staff, helpful despite slow food service.
- Large and delicious desserts.
- I would recommend the crab chowder.
- Just about anything I tried to order was unavailable.
- Slow service despite the restaurant being pretty empty.
Came to T17 for Restaurant Week on a Friday evening. Although this is a nice looking place it was such a bad choice in the end. Upon arrival no one greeted us for some time. The service was so poor with long waits in between each course. My party was not satisfied w/meal. It was a couple of things that was good such as the braised beef and beef quesadilla but for the most part the meals were not very enjoyable. I really feel that the poor service is what made the evening bad. Overall it took over 2 hours to finish a 4 course meal when there was really no other customers in the restaurant. So would not recommend this place for anyone's dinning experience.