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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

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Philadelphia Dining

Philadelphia is famous for its tender juicy filet of beef topped with melted cheese. It’s known as the Philly cheese-steak. When served on a hoagie roll grilled onions and mushrooms are added. But you’ll find out that dining in Philadelphia is also about hot spots and great cuisine.

One of the most romantic restaurants in the city is Swanky Bubbles. Its décor looks like something out of the Nutcracker Ballet. Champagne accompanies several of the sushi platters and unique drinks are served to enhance the flavors of seafood specialties.

For the epitome of elegant dining in Philadelphia, the Fountain at the Four Seasons Hotel is an absolute must. Rich décor along with French and German gastronomy make this an ideal setting for romance. Topping the list of favorites is venison and the salmon prepared in Cider. Don’t miss the strudel made with apple and potato.

Tip: Leave room for a high calorie chocolate soufflé. You have to order it at the beginning of the meal. It’s worth every bite.

Other romantic spots for dining in Philadelphia include L2. Live jazz will entertain you while you dine on Asian American cuisine. The American style meatloaf is to die for. If you want to go somewhat more exotic, try the File Mignon.

Kitchen 233 is a favorite among the locals and visitors alike. The menu boasts over 40 wines that can be ordered by the glass. Seafood is flown from New England for the chef to create amazing dishes. The Nantucket scallops are superb.

Cebu Restaurant will surprise you. Its décor gives you the illusion of an expensive restaurant yet it’s quite affordable. The extensive menu includes steaks, chicken and pastas. 35 foot ceilings and modern décor offer a great ambience. Don’t miss the nightclub.

Latest dish is a fun place to eat. It’s described as one of the coolest spots in town for dining in Philadelphia. As the name implies, new dishes are created weekly using traditional recipes. The macaroni and cheese nouveau style is fantastic.

For a superb Martini menu, don’t miss the Chop House. It’s also the place for great Kobe beef burgers and Maine lobsters. The price for a lobster dish will amaze you. It’s made for the budget conscious.

If you want a taste of South of the Border, then try El Rincon Mexicano. You’ll savor authentic Mexican cuisine. Tortillas and flautas fly out of the kitchen while Mariachi music livens the evening.
Make sure to try the fried ice cream.

For a most unusual setting for dining in Philadelphia, Silk City Diner is the place. This 1950s steel dining car is decorated with red leather chairs and offers live entertainment. The buffalo chicken wings and fried mozzarella sticks are finger-licking good.

If you’re looking for more refined dining without the ritzy ambience or the high prices, the Capital Grille is an excellent choice. It has won several Wine Spectator awards. The dry aged steaks are said to be the best in town.

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