Looking for great dining in Old City?
Many of our dining partners offer take-out and other alternative dining options during this time. Please lend them your support!
Campo’s | Visit their website
214 Market Street | 215.923.1000
Style: Philly classics; fast casual; kid-friendly
For 70+ years, this family-owned deli restaurant focuses on Philly favorites: hoagies and steaks. Plus soups, salads, and sandwiches and gluten-free and vegan options.
Chlöe | Visit their website
232 Arch Street | 215.629.2337
Style: New American cuisine; BYOB
This 32-seat BYOB is a casual neighborhood eatery serving fresh, locally-sourced New American cuisine from Wednesday through Saturday nights.
Cuba Libre | Visit their website
10 South 2nd Street | 215.627.0666
Style: Cuban Cuisine; kid-friendly; rum bar
The décor takes you back to 1950’s Old Havana, and the menu contains a contemporary interpretation of traditional Cuban cuisine.
Fork | Visit their website
306 Market Street | 215.625.9425
Style: Contemporary American; fine dining
Known for 20+ years for its interesting Contemporary American menu and high ceilings with twinkling lights, Fork serves locally sourced and seasonally inspired dishes.
Franklin Fountain | Visit their website
116 Market Street | 215.627.1899
Style: Ice cream; soda shop
This old-fashioned ice cream parlor has bow-tie-wearing staff serving classic ice cream flavors and soda fountain favorites throughout the year.
High Street on Market | Visit their website
308 Market Street | 215.625.0988
Style: Artisanal cuisine; fresh baked goods
This informal cousin of Fork sits next door with a local-artisan decor and features delicious sandwiches and pastries. Join them daily for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Khyber Pass Pub | Visit their website
56 S. 2nd Street | 215.238.5888
Style: Southern comfort; cozy bar
This cozy bar specializes in Southern, Cajun, and Creole cuisines, featuring some of the best barbecue in the city, signature po-boys, and an expansive draft list.
Panorama | Visit their website
56 S. 2nd Street | 215.238.5888
Style: Italian cuisine; wine bar; fine dining
Proud of their Guinness World Record as the world’s largest wine bar, this Italian restaurant serves generations-old family recipes re-imagined for today.
The Plough & the Stars | Visit their website
123 Chestnut Street | 215.733.0300
Style: Irish pub fair; Western European cuisine
A Western European menu with a strong Irish influence, including traditional pub favorites, more sophisticated fare for foodies, and vegan, gluten-free and heart healthy options.
Positano Coast | Visit their website
212 Walnut Street, 2nd Floor | 215.238.0499
Style: Mediterranean cuisine; outdoor patio
This Aldo Lamberti restaurant makes you feel like you’re on Italy’s Amalfi Coast with a menu of Mediterranean-inspired cuisine and creative variations of classic Italian dishes.
Race Street Café | Visit their website
208 Race Street | 215.627.6181
Style: Traditional American; cozy bar
A low-key café with a rustic vibe, the menu includes house-made soups, pub food like burgers and sandwiches, and entrees from a Fish of the Day to New York Strip Steak.
Royal Boucherie | Visit their website
52 S. 2nd Street | 267.606.6313
Style: French inspired cuisine; up-scale comfort
Their locally sourced menu (with roots in French cuisine) provides the freedom to enjoy drinks and a light bite, a beer and a burger or four-courses paired with a delicious cocktail.
Shane Confectionery | Visit their website
110 Market Street | 215.922.1048
Style: Candy shop
America’s oldest, continuously-run confectionery, they offer an array of traditional hand-made chocolates, caramels, fudge, hard candies and more.
South Street Philly Bagels | Visit their website
613 S. 3rd Street | 215.627.6277
Style: Breakfast spot; bagel bakery
This family owned and operated bagel bakery brings fresh bagels to the community every day. Stop by with your ticket to get a free coffee with the purchase of a breakfast sandwich!
Vista Peru | Visit their website
20 S. 2nd Street | 215.398.5046
Style: Peruvian cuisine; pisco cocktails
With a desire and passion to expand the love of Peruvian flavors, Miguel Toro created Vista Peru; the first authentic Peruvian restaurant in Philadelphia.