Whether you are planning an intimate dinner or an elaborate reception, Philadelphia steakhouse, Urban Farmer has the menus, the spaces and charm to wow your guests.View Private Dining Details
Urban Farmer will be featuring a brunch buffet for Mother's Day from 7 AM - 3 PM ($65 for adults / $15 for kids 12 and under)
We will offer our lounge menu between 3-5 PM and our regular dinner menu starting at 5 PM
Sunday, May 13, 2018
What a tremendous experience. The wait staff went absolutely out of their way to help us celebrate our 10 year wedding anniversary. The food was impeccable and the atmosphere was perfect. Let them know you’re celebrating a special occasion and they will take very good care of you.
Our server Devin was professional, charming, and knowledgeable about the food options. We chose the honey biscuit and the veggie frittata.... delish! The house made English muffin was amazing!
We stayed at the hotel and were delighted by this find
Great atmosphere, was treated wonderfully by staff as soon as we walked in. Everyone acknowledged our anniversary and even gave us a card. Food was outstanding. Everything we tried was delicious. Service was great. Will definitely be back. Have already recommended this restaurant to others!!!
The service and food were excellent. The service was very personable, but there needs to be improvement in the service coordination, as our beverages and food were inconsistently off and not delivered until we reminded the server.
Food excellent as always, thanks!!
Picked the Urban Farmer for Sunday brunch with an old friend. Food was outstanding. I highly recommend the House made English muffin and chicken cherry sausage. Prices were reasonable for a weekend brunch in the city.
Food was terrific and service even better.
We had a great time at Urban Farmer! Melissa was our server and she was amazing. We were celebrating my sister’s birthday and it was the perfect start to a great birthday celebration. The atmosphere was so fun, and the food was to die for! They even had a card on the table to wish my sister a happy birthday! This whole place is the definition of great hospitality!
Very attentive. Friendly and helpful.
Just perfect from beginning to end. Excellent cuisine. I recommend sharing so your can try everything. Can’t wait to go again.
The food was wonderful. Really recommend the cheese plate
Food and service at Urban Farmer were phenomenal. Their house bread among the best I’ve had. I had he 7x wagyu ribeye and it was very good, though not much better than a dry aged prime cut so the I didn’t see the value on the price. Still a great cut. My wife’s steak was over cooked and the staff quickly fired a new one for her, and had it out within 5 minutes. Great customer service. Overall, very happy with my experience here.
Great meal and service. I would highly recommend this restaurant if you are in the Philly area. I will definitely be back.
Truly memorable meal - the brunch included cold bar; carving station; omelette station; desserts and all were absolutely yummy. I am hard pressed to list a favorite selection.
The Easter Brunch ($65/pp plus drinks) was a big letdown! The buffet menu items all sounded good when we booked but the execution by the chef was poor. Liege waffles were small and over cooked. Having lived in Belgium and experienced every possible quality level of liege-style waffle, I can definitively say theirs were crap. Couldn’t even cut them with a butter knife or fork. The only way to soften their liege-style hockey pucks was to add copious juice from the fresh strawberries near by. I was told there was a cherry marmalade to use with the waffle but it was always “being refilled”. The sausage frittata was ok; I’m not a big fan of baked egg pies so being “ok” is a complement, I guess. The roasted potatoes were boring. The monkey bread was difficult to serve from the tiny oval dish using the forked tongs provided; this resulted in the caramel sweet stuff not coming out from bottom of the pan. Pieces of the crusty bread is all that would come out. If they would have put a serving spoon next to the dish maybe the caramel could have been scooped out and drizzled over the bread. I asked one of the floor staff for a serving spoon but he disappeared and never came back. The carving station had prime rib and lamb. The lamb was dry but the prime rib was good. Their omelette station was typically average. The desserts were adequate for a brunch; however, for people with nut allergies it would have been very disappointing. One of our party has a tree nut allergy and couldn’t eat most their desserts or panna cotta because everything had nuts either in the dish or as a garnish that couldn’t be easily removed. We asked a server for nut free options but he told us that what was out was all they had to offer. Our waitress did scrounge up some plain vanilla panna cotta which was a nice gesture. The charcuterie table had 2-3 frozen cheeses, crispy bagel thins and 2 salamis; the danish was 3 (cheese, chocolate or plain). I expected so much more. Big letdown; wouldn’t go back.
It was s birthday dinner . Service was excellent, Sarah our server was helpful with menu choices, was attentive without being intrusive
We have been to Urban Farmer several times in the past few years and the food has been consistently been good. The steaks are prepared perfectly and the beef options are delicious. Service at the restaurant is always great, the servers are attentive and very well versed in all the menu options. Definitely, recommend it to others looking for a nice steak dinner.
Food was outstanding and the service was wonderful. Knowledgeable staff helped us navigate the menu and kept us well fed throughout the evening. Sylvester Stallone stopping in for dinner was a bonus!
Great food because everything is fresh made onsite and they have a great variety of food. The place is very nice inside and friendly. Only downside is that it is a little pricey but as the saying goes “you get what you pay for “
Staff had good background on food being served -- source, process, etc. for farm to table. Staff pleasant and accommodating. Ambiance comfortable not stuffy. Tenderloin was very good from Pennsylvania farm. Different experience for steak in a farm to table environment. Should not compare to other major steakhouses. Overall enjoyable.
First, our oversized wing backed chairs at our table were ridiculous and I sunk in so low I felt I needed a booster seat. They brought an amuse buche after we had already had our first course, right as they were bringing out our entrees, which meant the server was clueless and it beside the point by then. My scallops were too salty and briny and my dining partner's root veg pot pie that accompanied the chicken was nothing but mushy dough with scarcely a trace of root vegetables inside, which could have been delicious, if done properly. Will not return for dinner. Maybe happy hour, although our wine pours were small.
I will say that I had lunch there the prior day with a group and the cauliflower steak over lentils was excellent, but my dinner experience was rookie-ville and I was very unimpressed.
Dining was not as relaxing as in the past. Perhaps it was an off-night. I'll still return on my next visit to Philly
The service was outstanding; the food was very good. We had cauliflower soup, salads and chicken sandwich. Everything was tasty, healthy, and served at the right temps.
Outstanding experience! The wagu ribeye is by far the best steak I’ve ever eaten. Very cool and relaxed atmosphere and fantastic cocktails (I’m a big whiskey drinker and was very satisfied). Can’t speak highly enough of our server Jake too, he was incredibly knowledgeable and provided fantastic service. We’ll be back!
Great food and service for weekend brunch. Food came quickly and was excellent.
Hotel restaurant. cool decor, the rest was...hotel restaurant. Many other better choices nearby. Overpriced, limited menu, service was slow.
I wish there was an identifying marker for Open Table restaurants that are located in hotels.
The food is excellent! I am hooked on the Apple Cider Pork Chop and mashed blue cheese Califlower..it's an addiction! Also it's a huge shareable portion, so get more appetizers!
Hip scene with clientele that ranged from late 20s to 70s. Quiet enough not to have to raise your voice to be heard, which I prefer,
The food was good but not great; got the steak sampler + wagyu. Wagyu was dry (?!) but the 21 day dry aged portion was perfect. The other two were unremarkable. Sides of Mushrooms (bland), pureed potatoes (over salted) & popcorn grits w/ fried egg (absolutely the best). The cornbread that comes to the table is out of sight. The wines were overpriced but they have a decent selection. By far the high point of the meal was our service, which was great (Thanks Devon!)
All in all though, for the price point, I vastly prefer Barclay Prime.
Excellent choice of steaks . Many kinds and sizes are available. The smallest is 8 ounces. I had o problem finishing, nor did my hubby. I think it was the best steak we have ever had! All sides are ala carte and we had potatoes and creamed spinach. The sides were equally as delicious! Expensive dinner but totally worth the price. We would gladly go again!
Wonderful brunch. Everything we ordered was delicious. Service was excellent. We will definitely go back!
Nice space, good food, and good prices! We went for Sunday brunch and everything was lovely.
We experienced excellent service. Food quality and taste was as expected given the good reviews I had read. From cocktail to appetizer to entree and wine, no complaints. Each room has a different theme and all are warm and inviting. I’d say check it out ASAP. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
Creative and organic with lively ambiance, craft cocktails and attentive and pleasant service. This staff knows their stuff and are proud to work there.
This restaurant is great! Beautiful setting, friendly staff. Warm and delicious bread served before the meal. Kale Salad was delicious. My husband and I shared the steak tasting, our friends had the porterhouse. Everyone was happy. Mushrooms were very good, too. Dessert menu looked great, but too full to sample!
Booked table for 4, were 5 in the end due to surprise guest - no problem at all, very flexible staff although basically fully booked. Good choice of wines & meat, sides were excellent, service was over the top (from welcome desk to waiters all very friendly, helpful and always around).
We all had the full steak taster plate (4 x 6oz including wagyu), two of our party ordered steaks medium-rare, all others medium. What we all got was medium-well done. Taste was still ok but it was really very disappointing for a 100$ plate to not get your steaks as ordered in a restaurant that focuses on steaks.
Delicious sides, great wine & excellent service saved the day.
Ambience : 5 stars
Service : 6 stars
Sides 5 stars
Wine: 5 stars
Steaks: 2 stars
Overall (as steaks are most important - sorry) : 3 stars
Would go again but then order one large piece instead of the taster.
loved it! Amazing kale salad with a bleu cheese quiche thingie! Striped bass was delicious. Cauliflower soup!!
We have dined at the Urban Farmer in Portland, OR (the mothership restaurant). We had not been to the Philadelphia location, but they translated it very well. We thoroughly enjoyed our excellent meal. I would not have expected to find bison tenderloin on an Eastern menu, but there it was and the meal was excellent. The staff did a great job of recognizing our anniversary with a very nice table, a card, and two glasses of champagne.
We stayed at the Logan for a getaway and ate at Urban Farmer for a number of meals including breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We were amazed at the variety, excellent presentations, service, and delicious food. All seems to support the claim m of being fresh and locally sourced. Our compliments to the chef and staff. Great job. And I wish I could remember the names of our servers but they were consistently pleasant and attentive. Again, great job done by all.
Great food great service.